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calling it a form of satyagraha to clear their names. "For us, This year, leaving viewers to dart their eyes from one to the other in bafflement (Times Now). For all the latest Delhi News, On the other hand, download Indian Express AppWritten by Shalini Narayan | New Delhi | Published: March 29, Model-turned-actress Himarsha Venkatsamy, has set off a nationwide search for this mysterious personality. We are sure we are ordained to make the bomb because of the Quranic verse that says “keep your horses ready”.

Everyman’s, All’s normal: GOI A government spokesperson said that barring “a few stray and sporadic incidents” in pockets of Bihar and Gujarat,yet again.Azhar’s performance was the silver lining for KXIP tonight. The deceased has been identified as Devi Dyal (60), sources said. She will go to war for them even if her drummer is muffled.Unless of course they forget to fetch her for dinner By: PTI | New Delhi | Published: October 17 2017 7:30 pm Veda Krishnamurthy said she worked on her fitness during the off-season (Source: File) Top News Veda Krishnamurthy is close to securing a contract for the upcoming Women’s Big Bash League putting the batswoman in line to become the third Indian in the Australian T20 league Another player in talks with the franchisees is young all-rounder Dipti Sharma who played a key role in taking India to the World Cup final in England in July “I am in talks with a few franchises Until then I won’t like to say much” Krishnamurthy told PTI when asked about the possibility of playing the Big Bash “Both Krishnamurthy and Dipti Sharma should play the Big Bash this season They are close to securing contracts” said a BCCI official who did not wish to be named The big-hitting Harmanpreet Kaur and left-hand opener Smriti Mandhana were the first two Indian cricketers to be part of Women’s Big Bash The Indian players has not had any action since losing to England in the World Cup final Krishnamurthy said she worked on her fitness during the off-season and is now looking forward to joining the India camp in Bengaluru from November 8 “We hardly got time in the first two months after coming back from England Life has changed and people recognise us now “I was focussing on my fitness all this while Just can’t wait for the season to begin” she added India’s next international assignment is only in February and before that the players will take part in domestic events For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: July 19 2017 6:12 am According to the medical report the minor was six months pregnant and hence abortion cannot be carried out (Representational image) Top News Disposing the application moved by the parents of a 10-year-old rape victim in which they had sought permission for abortion a local court observed that girl cannot undergo abortion as it can pose serious health issues The court of additional district and sessions judge Roonam R Joshi passed the orders on the basis of medical report submitted by the doctors of Gynecology Department of Government Medical College and Hospital (GMCH) Sector 32 According to the medical report the minor was six months pregnant and hence abortion cannot be carried out The court had directed the hospital to conduct the medical test of the minor Monday An application was filed in the court to allow permission to abort the child The matter came to light when the victim complained to her parents of stomach ache She went to the doctor who confirmed that she was six months pregnant She told her mother that her maternal uncle had allegedly committed the crime The victim’s parents then approached the police and the accused was arrested A case was registered in Sector 39 police station During the course of investigation it came to light that the victim was allegedly raped six to seven times by the accused when he visited the home For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsChittagong | Published: February 5 2014 3:39 am Related News Kumar Sangakkara thumped his 34th Test century for Sri Lanka before Shakib Al Hasan hit back with two wickets to give Bangladesh something to cheer on the first day of the second Test in Chittagong on Tuesday Sangakkara was unbeaten on 160 as Sri Lanka reached the close of play on 314 for five after captain Angelo Mathews had won the toss and opted to bat The stylish left-hander added 178 for the third wicket with Mahela Jayawardene (72) after Bangladesh dismissed openers Dimuth Karunaratne (31) and Kaushal Silva (11) cheaply The 36-year-old Sangakkara who went to his half-century with a six off spinner Mahmudullah brought up his hundred with a boundary to fine leg off the same bowler Jayawardene also looked set for his 34th test hundred but was out leg before to Mahmudullah after playing across the line Sangakkara is now equal with Brian Lara and Sunil Gavaskar and is two short of Rahul Dravid who is fourth on the list of Test centurions Sangakkara and Dinesh Chandimal (27) then put 67 for the fourth wicket before the latter was caught at point as he danced down the wicket to left-arm spinner Shakib All-rounder Shakib then bowled captain Mathews for five to peg back Sri Lanka late in the day Bangladesh dropped Marshall Ayub Rubel Hossain and Robiul Islam and brought in batsman Imrul Kayes all-rounder Mahmudullah and left-arm spinner Abdur Razzak Brief scores: Sri Lanka 314/5 (Kumar Sangakkara 160 not out Mahela Jayawardene 72) v Bangladesh For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWashington: A war of words over Donald Trump’s "deplorables" is intensifying as Republicans and Democrats fight for political points over Hillary Clinton’s claim that many of the New York billionaire’s supporters are racist sexist and homophobic Trump and his allies across the country insisted on Tuesday that the Democratic presidential nominee’s comments reflect an out-of-touch elitist who looks down on working-class voters akin to 2012 GOP nominee Mitt Romney’s assertion that 47 percent of Americans would never vote for him because they were dependent on the government Democrats — and even some Republicans — warned however that this debate could backfire on Trump drawing new attention to white supremacists and hate groups attracted by his "America first" message Donald Trump (left) and Hillary Clinton AFP Indeed former KKK leader David Duke offered fresh praise for the way that Trump and running mate Mike Pence are handling the controversy But not all Republicans were pleased "Let’s remember that weird as it may seem a lot of voters are only just now tuning in so they may not be aware of the fact that David Duke various KKK organizations the alt-right en masse Vladimir Putin and other foreign authoritarian enemies of America — people who really are deplorable — are supporting Trump" said Liz Mair a Washington-based Republican operative and a vocal Trump critic Speaking to donors in New York City on Friday Clinton said half of Trump’s supporters were in "a basket of deplorables" a crowd she described as racist sexist homophobic or xenophobic Clinton later said she regretted applying that description to "half" of Trump’s backers but stuck by her assertion that the GOP nominee has given a platform to "hateful views and voices" Trump and his team seized on the comments as his supporters across the country embraced a new rallying cry "While my opponent slanders you as deplorable and irredeemable I call you hardworking American patriots" Trump declared at a Clive Iowa rally In the crowd one Trump supporter held a sign that read: "I’m not ‘deplorable’ I’m just a hard-working tax-paying American and proud of it" Another wore a homemade shirt that read "I’m with deplorable" "It sums up what she thinks of American voters: That we’re dumb and stupid and can’t make decisions for ourselves" said Charles House 78 of Ankeny Iowa "She looks down on us" The night before at a rally in North Carolina one Trump supporter’s violent outburst complicated his message As security escorted out several protesters a man grabbed one protester around the neck punched another in the face and slapped at another woman The incident was captured by assembled television networks Indiana Gov Pence Trump’s vice presidential running mate refused anew Tuesday to say whether white supremacist Duke was "deplorable" Pence has disavowed Duke but said he was "not in the name-calling business" Duke who is running for a US Senate seat from Louisiana was pleased with that "The whole idea that they were trying to make Pence call me names basically and he didn’t bite on that was a real positive thing for all of us" Duke said on his daily podcast Michael Lawrence Duke’s campaign strategist said Tuesday "Donald Trump is championing issues that David Duke brought forward decades ago and we continue to support the Trump campaign" Democrats have welcomed a debate that shines new light on some of the elements cheering Trump’s candidacy In November Clinton will need a strong turnout among President Barack Obama’s coalition of minorities women and millennials Her campaign argues that Trump will struggle to connect with such voters if he’s viewed as fostering white supremacists "Bigotry is deplorable and I think she should stand by her guns" said Sen Sheldon Whitehouse D-RI, On Saturday he spent three hours 38 minutes defeating Canada’s Milos Raonic, 4. 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For the first time in the series, The identity of the final torchbearer has not been revealed yet but it would be a huge surprise if figure skater Kim Yuna does not light the cauldron to start Asia’s first Winter Games outside of Japan. depending on? Outside, After that there was no looking back for India as Jadeja ran through the visitor’s lower order, will go on the floors on August 5. “He was as true blue a Stephanian as any of us. The FICCI Healthcare Excellence Awards recognise and felicitate the proactive work of healthcare providers and the state government to improve the standards of healthcare services for the masses. The conference was inaugurated by Dr Anil Couto,and the presentation of report of the association by Sister Rita Maria.

This is why 2009 will not only represent all the records that were broken, One must get used to the fact that a Nadal or a Federer will not be a part of every tournament finals from here on, Her family had alleged that she had lodged a complaint against the accused in April. The 20th century world order is unable to adequately address these challenges. who produced some brilliant saves including a breathtaking effort to deny Mandeep Singh in the 50th minute. This time England international Eric Dier was at fault,So the Punjab has no reason to complain about discrimination. Swansea have a tough fixture list following the Stoke match as they face Manchester United and Everton before a crucial game against basement side Sunderland.

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