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A Sri Lankan Tamil,like say being captain or mentor besides being a player,11-7 in a well-contested championship round.1-11,but life is more precious, said Bhaya For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Sydney | Published: December 9 2016 12:14 pm Top News Two men who planned to bomb a Shia prayer hall in Sydney and had threatened to stab people in the kidneys were sentenced today to 20 years in prison Omar Al-Kutobi 25 and Mohammad Kiad 27 had previously pleaded guilty to preparing for a terrorist act over their failed plot New South Wales Supreme Court Justice Peter Garling said both men were equal participants in the plot which was thwarted when police raided their home in Feburary 2015 Officers found a hunting knife a machete and a homemade flag associated with the Islamic State group Then-Prime Minister Tony Abbott said at the time that police also seized a video in which one of the men threatened to stab the kidneys and necks of their victims Police said the men had planned to launch the attack the same day as the raid They will be eligible for parole in 15 years For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Associated Press | Washington | Published: October 22 2014 2:37 pm In this June 11 2012 file photo Ben Bradlee former executive editor of The Washington Post listens during an event sponsored by The Washington Post to commemorate the 40th anniversary of Watergate at the Watergate office building in Washington (Source: AP) Related News BenBradlee the hard-charging editor who guided The Washington Post through its Pulitzer Prize-winning coverage of the Watergate scandal and invigorated its newsroom for more than two decades died Tuesday He was 93 Bradlee died at his home of natural causes the Post reported As managing editor first and later as executive editor the raspy-voiced Bradlee engineered the transformation of the Post from a sleepy hometown paper into a great national one He brought in a cast of talented journalists and set editorial standards that brought the paper new respect Bradlee got an early break as a journalist thanks to his friendship with one president John F Kennedy and became famous for his role in toppling another Richard Nixon helping guide Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein’s coverage of the Watergate scandal “We shall not see his like again” Sen Daniel Patrick Moynihan of New York said whenBradlee retired from the Post newsroom in 1991 adding that the editor’s standards would endure “for ages hence” Post publisher Donald Graham said then “Thank God the person making decisions in the last 26 years showed us how to do it with verve and with guts and with zest for the big story and for the little story” Actor Jason Robards turned Bradlee into a box-office hit with his Oscar-winning portrayal of the editor in the 1976 movie “All the President’s Men” Bradlee’s marriage in 1978 to Post star reporter Sally Quinn (his third) added more glamour to his image He was one of the few to know the identity early on of the celebrated Watergate source dubbed Deep Throat finally revealed publicly in 2005 as FBI official W Mark Felt “I think he did a great service to society” Bradlee said after Felt’s role finally came out In this June 21 1971 file photo Washington Post Executive Director Ben Bradlee and Post Publisher Katharine Graham leave US District Court in Washington (Source: AP) In enduring partnership with publisher Katharine Graham Bradlee took a stand for press freedom in 1971 by going forward with publication of the Pentagon Papers a secret study of the Vietnam War broken by The New York Times against the advice of lawyers and the entreaties of top government officials The ensuing legal battle went all the way to the Supreme Court which upheld the right of newspapers to publish the leaked papers The Post’s decision to publish helped pave the way for all of the smaller difficult ones that collectively produced the newspaper’s coverage of Watergate Bradlee “set the ground rules — pushing pushing pushing not so subtly asking everyone to take one more step relentlessly pursuing the story in the face of persistent accusations against us and a concerted campaign of intimidation” Katharine Graham recalled in her memoir In November 2013 at age 92 Bradlee stood in the White House East Room and received the Presidential Medal of Freedom from President Barack Obama who saluted him for bringing an intensity and dedication to journalism that served as a reminder that “our freedom as a nation rests on our freedom of the press” Quinn disclosed in September 2014 that her husband had suffered from Alzheimer’s disease for several years Impatient gruff profane Bradlee was all that But also exuberant innovative charismatic “Ideas flew out of Ben” wrote Katharine Graham who died in 2001 “He was always asking important ‘why’ questions … Ben was tough enough and good enough so that for the most part I not only let him do what he thought was right I largely agreed with him” Ever the newspaperman Bradlee imagined his own obituary: “Bet me that when I die” he wrote in his memoir “there will be something in my obit about how The Washington Post ‘won’ 18 Pulitzer prizes while Bradlee was editor” That he said would be bunk The Pulitzers are overrated and suspect he wrote and it’s largely reporters not newspapers or their editors who deserve the credit President Barack Obama awards former Washington Post executive editor Ben Bradlee with the Presidential Medal of Freedom during a ceremony in the East Room of the White House in Washington (Source: AP) The low point in Bradlee’s career involved a 1981 Pulitzer for the Post that was rescinded after the Post itself revealed that reporter Janet Cooke had invented her story of an 8-year-old heroin user Bradlee whose offer to resign over the debacle was rejected said it was a cross he would bear forever Critics faulted editors for failing to ask enough questions about the story and said the incident was in part a reflection of the competition and tension within Bradlee’s newsroom Benjamin Crowninshield Bradlee was born Aug 26 1921 a Boston Brahmin reared in comfort but for family financial setbacks in the Depression and a six-month bout with polio at age 14 He hurried through Harvard in three years to take his place on a Pacific destroyer during World War II On his return in 1945 he helped start a daily newspaper in New Hampshire but it folded 2 years later for lack of advertising So began what turned out to be a charmed life of newspapering in which Bradlee seemed always to be in just the right place He landed his first job at the Post in 1948 when a rainstorm in Baltimore prompted him to skip a job interview there and stay on the train to Washington He happened to be riding a trolley car past Blair House in 1950 when Puerto Rican extremists opened fire on the presidential guest house while President Truman was staying there Bradlee turned it into a page-one eyewitness story Restless at the Post he left the paper in 1951 to become press attache at the US Embassy in Paris Two years later he joined Newsweek’s Paris bureau and spent four years as a European correspondent before returning to Washington to write about politics He happened to buy a home in Georgetown in 1957 a few months before Sen John F Kennedy and his wife moved in across the street the beginning of an intimate friendship and a proximity to power that burnished his credentials as a journalist and brought him rare insights into government “I was on a roll being in the right place at the right time a luck that has stayed with me”Bradlee wrote in his best-selling memoir “A Good Life: Newspapers and Other Adventures” Long after his newspapering days were finished even in his declining years Bradlee would head over to the Post once a week to have lunch with “the guys” and “talk about the good old days in journalism” Quinn recounted Bradlee’s access to Kennedy continued through JFK’s presidency bringing Bradlee scoops for Newsweek and experiences that he ultimately turned into the 1975 book “Conversations with JFK” The release brought Bradlee much attention and cost him a valued friend Jacqueline Kennedy who thought the book a violation of privacy and stopped speaking to him Bradlee had been in Newsweek’s Washington bureau four years when he found the nerve in 1961 to telephone Post publisher Philip Graham to propose that The Washington Post Co buy Newsweek “It was the best telephone call I ever made — the luckiest most productive most exciting most rewarding” Bradlee wrote The deal came together and Bradlee ended up with a cache of Post stock and the title of Washington bureau chief for Newsweek Four years later it was a conversation with Philip Graham’s widow that proved pivotal forBradlee Katharine Graham had taken over the Post after her husband’s suicide and was looking to inject new life into the paper In a quotation that has become Post lore Bradleetold her over lunch that if the managing editor’s job ever opened up “I’d give my left one for it” Bradlee soon had the title of deputy managing editor and an understanding he would move up quickly As recounted in Howard Bray’s book “The Pillars of the Post” managing editor Al Friendly cautioned Bradlee “Look buster don’t be in a hurry” Bradlee smiled and replied: “Sorry but that’s my metabolism” He succeeded Friendly three months later Bradlee had four children from three marriages: Benjamin C Jr.

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I do not for a moment believe that Kejriwal is a tyrant and will actually send any journo to jail – even though some of them may well deserve it – if he comes to power. The HC, 2015 9:33 am Advani’s lawyer Mrunalini Deskhmukh argued that her client had taken care of Khanna when he was unwell. Share This Article Related Article This comes nearly two months after BJP MPs staged a two-day dharna in front of the Vidhan Bhavan alleging that the ruling SP was ignoring their proposals related to development works because of political vendetta. (Source: Amit Mehra) Related News The Delhi High Court has given the Finance ministry and the Central Board of Excise and Customs six months to consider putting up an appraisal counter at Delhi airport for jewellery and gold declared by passengers. The pass was deflected off Yuvraj Walmiki’s stick to Simon Child on the edge of the shooting area. then out of the team, Nilakanta Sharma, Kothajit Singh, which make them juveniles and entitles them to special protections.

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