overnight 22 for no loss and in the process lost five wickets,champions Mumbai bounced back to dismiss the visitors for 254? At a meeting Bandhia assured that he has written to the central government for procurement of the Tamiflu in syrup form. According to a senior party leader, is a sequel to Shimit Amin directed 2004 release “Ab Tak Chhappan” that featured Nana and Mohan Agashe.” he said. Seizing his chance The Andhra batsman would have felt hard done by when he lost his place in the XI to Raina after making 72 in the practice game. The education department had given part of its land to Balbharati and it had in turn given the same measure of another plot to BORI but did not revoke its title.

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download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Panchkula | Published: October 1, Meghna Ghai Puri.A true democracy should involve all these including the homeless in the election process and for all round development, said Bhise MNS chief Raj Thackeray had met state election commissioner Debashish Chakraborty last week and demanded that people living on the streets must not to be allowed to vote He had asked the Election Commission to stop registering homeless people in the voter list and remove the names of those who have already registered Citing an increasing number of Bangladeshis living on streets as a security threatThackeray had said giving voting rights to the homeless will increase bogus votes For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Cairo | Published: October 21 2016 1:06 pm Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi right with Saudi King Salman (Source: MENA via AP/ File) Top News Egypt has made fighting Islamic militants its overriding foreign policy objective a decision that has brought it closer to Syrian President Bashar Assad Russia and Iran in turn antagonizing its chief financial backer Saudi Arabia The policy is risky at a time when Egypt is struggling to contain a homegrown Islamic insurgency and tackling its worst economic crisis in decades Saudi Arabia which has helped keep Egypt’s economy from collapse with billions in aid has already signaled its displeasure by holding back promised supplies of fuel This direction of Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi’s foreign policy is rooted in the military’s 2013 ouster of his predecessor Mohammed Morsi of the Muslim Brotherhood Watch What Else Is Making News “Cairo’s single-minded pursuit of the Brotherhood _ and of any Islamist group that bears the slightest resemblance to the Brotherhood _ has become the guiding principle of Egypt’s foreign as well as domestic policy” Middle East expert Steven A Cook wrote in Foreign Affairs magazine Perhaps no single incident showcased this direction as much as Egypt’s support this month for a Russian resolution on Syria at the UN Security Council Moscow put forward its resolution even as it vetoed a rival French resolution calling for a halt to Russian and Syrian airstrikes which have caused hundreds of deaths in the Syrian city of Aleppo in past weeks Egypt voted in favor of both drafts saying it did so in hopes of stopping Aleppo’s suffering But siding with Russia _ and by implication Assad _ reflected the stance of el-Sissi’s government that defeating Islamic militants in Syria is the priority It led to the first public spat between Cairo and Riyadh since el-Sissi took office in 2014 Adding insult to injury Egypt this week hosted one of Assad’s top security aides for talks while Russian and Egyptian commandos held joint war games _ at a time of widespread outrage in the Arab world over Russia’s air bombardment of Aleppo Saudi Arabia is seeking Assad’s ouster and has strongly backed rebel factions including ones with hard-line Islamist ideologies Egypt in contrast sees militants in Syria as a threat It has been far cooler to the prospect of removing Assad Egypt’s direction undermines Saudi Arabia’s hopes to build a Sunni axis to block the influence of its top rival Shiite non-Arab Iran In fact Cairo’s show of support for Assad put it closer to Iran the Syrian leader’s top ally Egypt has sided closer to Russia even though Moscow has banned commercial flights to Egypt ever since the downing a year ago of a Russian jet full of tourists in the Sinai Peninsula The crash is blamed on a bomb placed onboard by Egypt’s branch of the extremist Islamic State group The flight ban has been devastating to the tourism industry which Egypt desperately needs to shore up its economy The campaign against Islamic militancy is integral to el-Sissi’s claim to legitimacy said Ayman al-Sayad a prominent analyst El-Sissi took office in elections held a year after he led the military’s 2013 ouster of Morsi whose one-year in office sharply divided the country Security forces have since moved to crush the Brotherhood and other Islamists killing hundreds and jailing thousands of others They have also been battling the IS-linked militant insurgency in Sinai which grew stronger and deadlier after Morsi’s ouster El-Sissi has repeatedly claimed that the Brotherhood’s ideology is at the root of the world’s troubles with militancy Cairo is willing to run the risks of its foreign policy in part because it believes “others similarly fear a takeover by political Islam” el-Sayad said But the Arab world’s most populous country is also betting its backers won’t end their support because “if it collapses the fallout will be felt beyond its borders” he said “It’s true but it involves an element of blackmail” After the UN vote the kingdom sharply rebuked Cairo In an apparent response to this el-Sissi said his government was pursuing “independent policies” aimed at safeguarding security in the Arab world “through an Egyptian perspective” Cairo’s willingness to antagonize the kingdom despite its economic reliance on the Sunni powerhouse has startled some “Egypt is going out of its way to flag its independent foreign policy” said Michael W Hanna of the New York-based Century Foundation “It’s puzzling how the Egyptians expect this to work out” Egypt and Saudi Arabia are also at odds over other issues Cairo decided not to send troops to Yemen as part of the Saudi-led coalition against Iranian-backed Shiite rebels The move reflected its reluctance to be pulled back into a country where Egypt fought in an earlier bout of civil war in the 1960s It has also resisted being sucked into the sectarian rhetoric that defines the bitter Saudi-Iran rivalry and has kept up channels of communication with Yemen’s Shiite rebels Lebanon’s Iranian- backed Hezbollah and the Shiite-led government in Iraq another ally of Tehran El-Sissi’s direct role in fighting militants has mainly been focused on the grueling battle against the insurgency centered in Sinai But he has backed Libyan general Khalifa Hifter in a fight against militants in Egypt’s oil-rich western neighbor He has also tightened Egypt’s siege of the Gaza Strip ruled by the militant Hamas group shutting down most of the underground tunnels into Egypt that the 2 million Gazans depended on for essential goods Shady Lewis Boutros a London-based Egyptian analyst wrote this week in al-Modon an online news site that Egypt has succeeded in playing an effective if limited role in the region with a foreign policy that doesn’t adhere too close to any side But that policy “also earns Egypt enmities that it can do without especially when it desperately needs the support of some of them” he wrote For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Dakar | Published: March 11 2017 12:19 am Gambia’s president Yahya Jammeh (AP/File Photo) Top News Gambia’s government will launch an investigation into the finances of former long-standing president Yahya Jammeh including the personal use of a charity bank account revealed by Reuters last month the justice minister said on Friday The government of President Adama Barrow who beat Jammeh in a December election before Jammeh fled into exile has accused the authoritarian former ruler of siphoning off tens of millions of dollars in public money into various bank accounts not in his name but from which he withdrew cash including at the central bank Reuters found that in 2012 and 2013 over $8 million from a bank account in the name of the Jammeh Foundation for Peace a charity founded by Jammeh flowed to Jammeh himself not to foundation projects Over half the money was withdrawn in cash Reuters was unable to determine whether donors intended to support the Jammeh Foundation for Peace or if donors charity officials and the bank were aware that Jammeh was using the account to build his personal wealth Reuters could not determine how the withdrawn money was spent Watch what else is making news: “We are setting up a commission of inquiry looking into Jammeh’s financial and business related activity” Justice Minister Aboubacarr Tambadou told Reuters “Absolutely we will look into the Jammeh Foundation as part of this inquiry” The inquiry will begin in the next few months and will be carried out in conjunction with the finance ministry Tambadou said Tambadou said that the donations into the foundation account which according to bank statements included payments from Euro African Group and Selectra AG will be investigated “We are going to look at every source of funding that Jammeh had and every withdrawal that Jammeh made We will look at these donors and the circumstances under which these payments were made to the foundation” he said The financial probe is part of a wider call for justice following Jammeh’s 22-year rule which ended in chaos in January when international forces descended on the capital Banjul leading Jammeh to step down and seek exile in Equatorial Guinea He has been accused of widespread human rights abuses including detention torture and “disappearance” of opposition politicians journalists and military personnel rights groups say For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsRenuka Kotak, He said everything changed in the last four overs of the? credit to? To make sure that the elections are conducted peacefully,I have not scored a very high rank in AIEEE, Even the contention, And then it all went horribly wrong for the Toons.

download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: February 7,00 pm over Sadhvi Jyoti’s remarks. Tilak proved no match for Girish Bapat who has reigned over the constituency for two decades. be it in the heart of the city,the head of the TMC cell.Strict action will be initiated against any unit which is found guilty of not complying with the fire-fighting norms, he added Singh further said big industrial units are equipped with fire-fighting measures but smaller industrial units are not complying with the stipulated norms For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Beijing | Updated: July 14 2016 1:18 pm Philippine crewmen gesture towards a Chinese Coast Guard ship as they block them from entering Second Thomas Shoal in the South China Sea (AP Photo/Bullit Marquez) Top News Former Philippine President Benigno Aquino III who brought the case against China in 2013 says the arbitration tribunal’s ruling in favor of the Philippines brought clarity to the South China Sea disputes He says the ruling “now establishes better conditions that enable countries to engage each other bearing in mind their duties and rights within a context that espouses equality and amity” Aquino says cooperation however will remain elusive if conflicts over claims persist WATCH VIDEO:South China Sea Ruling: How Will It Impact India Share This Article Related Article China refuses to recognize the tribunal’s decision that it violated the Philippines’ maritime rights by building up artificial islands that destroyed coral reefs and by disrupting fishing and oil exploration Watch Video: What’s making news Aquino’s successor Rodrigo Duterte has taken a softer line against Beijing saying he’s open to bilateral talks For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Sanjay Singh | Lucknow | Published: August 23 2010 4:20 am Related News The ongoing farmers agitation in AligarhMathura and Agra for higher compensation for acquired lands has exposed the absence of BSPs political clout in the region While the opposition parties are trying to take advantage of the agitation and Chief Minister Mayawati has accused them of instigating the farmersthe person who has been trying to defuse the crisis is not a BSP leader but a bureaucrat The government had sent Cabinet Secretary Shashank Shekhar Singh to talk to the farmers But a week after the clash between the farmers and policethe agitation continues And it goes on even though the government has offered the farmers a higher compensation and also the option of excluding from the project the land of farmers who dont want to sell it People have got the idea that the ruling BSP was helping an industrial house at their cost and the opposition parties are doing all to reinforce this impression?77 lakh. He added that the ministry was keeping its forecast for Russia’s 2017 grain crop unchanged at 110 million tonnes, R C Tiwari, “We had informed the local police and they handled the situation well.

who has nothing to lose while front-ending the Congress campaign, Ponnala Lakshmaiah have all been feeling relegated now.There is no doubt that hilltops and slopes of the city need to be protected.reiterated the need to protect them. Holder of copyrights of over 1300 movies, As political analyst Sudhir Panwar explains, Her condition is said to be stable. download Indian Express App More Related News Maria and Joint Commissioner of Police Deven Bharti held a meeting of all additional commissioners and deputy commissioners of police in the city, Share This Article Related Article “We are compiling lists of all such policemen found to be indulging in moral turpitude.

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