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the orphaned children of Polish soldiers were living in camps in erstwhile Soviet Union when Maharaja of Jamnagar, — Nitish Kumar (@NitishKumar) November 5, The victim sustained bullet injury on his right temple and died on the spot, the lean and nippy striker, Libya has Africa’s largest oil but has exported only a few tankers of crude in recent months as a result of unrest. particularly Chris Jordon.The English fast bowler was expected to be the spearhead of the RCB bowling But he has looked in such terrible form that it is difficult to believe that he is the same bowler who fired those deadly yorkers for England in the ICC T20 World Championship just a couple of months ago Jordon was clobbered for 37 runs from three wayward overs which included a no-ball and two wides RCB’s closing overs bowling by Jordon and Watson were so tardy that MI who were required to get a stiff 68 runs from six overs did it in 44 Pollard who seemed to have a measure of Watson in the personal needle between them hammered him for two sixes and three boundaries and lefthim crushed The pity was that RCB had fielded out of their skin and didn’t deserve to lose ABD and Stuart Binny took sensational catches and even the others were in their elements But MI’s greater depth carried the day RCB now have just eight points from 10 matches and must win all their remaining gamesto entertain any chance of making the semi-final grade The United States warned it could launch a "massive military response" to any threats from North Korea following Pyongyang’s provocative detonation of what it claimed was a miniaturized hydrogen bomb Defense Secretary Jim Mattis spoke out on Sunday after North Korea carried out an unexpectedly strong nuclear test said to exceed in power the 1945 atomic bombing of Hiroshima President Donald Trump called an emergency meeting of his national security advisers and had his second telephone call of the weekend with Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe but did not talk to South Korea’s Moon Jae-In instead accusing Seoul of "appeasement" He threatened drastic economic sanctions including "stopping all trade with any country doing business with North Korea" US monitors measured a powerful 63-magnitude earthquake near the North’s main testing site on Sunday felt in parts of China and Russia with an aftershock possibly caused by a rock collapse Defense Secretary Jim Mattis left accompanied by Joint Chiefs Chairman Gen Joseph Dunford right speaks to members of the media outside the West Wing of the White House in Washington on Sunday AP The North —which in July carried out two intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) launches that apparently brought much of the US mainland into range —hailed its test of what it described as a hydrogen bomb designed for a rocket as "a perfect success" Mattis told reporters: "Any threat to the United States or its territories including Guam or our allies will be met with a massive military response a response both effective and overwhelming "We are not looking to the total annihilation of a country namely North Korea" he added but warned: "We have many options to do so" ‘Fratricidal war’ Pyongyang residents celebrated as a jubilant television newsreader hailed the "unprecedentedly large" blast which she said had moved the country closer to "the final goal of completing the state nuclear force" It prompted an international chorus of condemnation including from both the North’s key ally China and Russia which also has links with Pyongyang UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres condemned the test as "profoundly destabilizing" while the Security Council will hold an emergency meeting on Monday South Korean President Moon Jae-In who advocates engagement as well as penalties to bring Pyongyang to the negotiating table called for new United Nations sanctions to "completely isolate North Korea" On Monday Seoul carried out a live-fire exercise in the East Sea its name for the Sea of Japan using a volley of missiles to simulate an attack on the North’s nuclear site But Trump criticised the US treaty ally on Twitter saying: "South Korea is finding as I have told them that their talk of appeasement with North Korea will not work they only understand one thing" In a statement the presidential Blue House retorted: "Korea is a country that experienced a fratricidal war" It "will continue to push for the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula through peaceful means working together with our allies" it added ‘Cut off North Korea’ Hours before the test the North released images of Kim at his country’s Nuclear Weapons Institute inspecting the device it called a "thermonuclear weapon with super explosive power" entirely made "by our own efforts and technology" according to the Korean Central News Agency A series of US and United Nations-backed sanctions seem to have had little effect on Pyongyang US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said Sunday his department was preparing potent new measures that would "cut off North Korea economically" The measures would ensure that "anybody that wants to do trade or business with them will be prevented from doing trade or business with us" he said on "Fox News Sunday" While the United States has virtually no trade with the North the burden of sanctions such as Mnuchin described would fall heavily on China which buys about 90 percent of North Korean exports Tremor felt in China Russia South Korean experts said the tremor near the North’s main test site was five to six times stronger than that from a 10-kiloton test a year ago As well as July’s landmark ICBM tests Pyongyang last week fired a missile over Japan Trump has warned Pyongyang that it faces "fire and fury" and that Washington’s weapons are "locked and loaded" But the North has huge artillery forces within range of Seoul a city of 10 million people and could inflict mass casualties in retaliation to any strike "There are no realistic military options in terms of striking North Korea because doing so would likely spark a full-scale war" Mark Fitzpatrick executive director for America of the International Institute for Strategic Studies told London: South African all-rounder David Wiese has followed the lead of countrymen Kyle Abbott and Rilee Rossouw after English county Sussex announced his arrival on a three-year contract on Monday File photo of David Wiese Getty Images Abbott and Rossouw effectively ended their international careers by signing for Hampshire last week and Wiese has followed suit The 31-year-old who had two spells at Sussex last season has played six one-day internationals and 20 Twenty20s for South Africa "I am very excited to be joining Sussex on a long-term deal" Wiese said in a Sussex press release "I thoroughly enjoyed my stint with the club last year and it made my decision so much easier when offered to return Sussex is an extremely ambitious club and I look forward to being part of their future "I would like to thank Cricket South Africa for giving me the opportunity of fulfilling my lifelong dream of representing my country in the sport I love" Sussex head coach Mark Davis said: "We are thrilled to have David joining us at Sussex Cricket "He is an extremely accomplished all-round cricketer who is effective in all formats and will bring great experience and skill to our group" By: PTI | Gurgaon | Published: July 21 2015 2:19 pm Anita Raj who was last seen on the big screen 2012 film “Chaar Din Ki Chandni” said she would love to star in her son’s maiden directorial venture Related News Anita Raj’s son Shivan Hingorani is set to make his directorial debut soon and the former Bollywood actress says she has asked him for a role in his movie Shivam the son of the 52-year-old actress and filmmaker Sunil Hingorani has served as assistant director on films like “Agneepath” and “Ye Jawani Hain Deewani” Anita who was last seen on the big screen 2012 film “Chaar Din Ki Chandni” said she would love to star in her son’s maiden directorial venture “He is planning to make a film this year I definitely want to be a part of the project I have asked him for a role as well” Anita told PTI The actress will be next seen in a new TV show titled ” Ek Tha Raja Ek Thi Rani” which is a love story about a king and a common girl set against the backdrop of the pre-independence era of the 1940s “I play Rajmata the king’s mother on the show It is a very positive character It is unlike anything I have done till date Its unique story made me say yes to the project” Anita said Share This Article Related Article For her character the actress has taken inspiration from Maharani Gayatri Devi “She is a role model for every woman I have taken cues from her life for this character… She is an inspiration” the actress said Anita was also part of the first season of Anil Kapoor’s thriller series “24” and she said she wants to focus on TV projects at the moment “Right now I am very happy doing TV I don’t want to do films but if anything interesting comes my way then I will think about it” “Ek Tha Raja Ek This Rani” also features Drashti Dhami Siddhant Karnik Darshan Zariwala Surekha Sikri and Moon Bannerjee The show will air from July 27 on Zee TV For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express AppBy: PTI | Los Angeles | Published: August 22 2015 12:32 pm Ike Barinholtz revealed he would play a “troubled human being” and his role would be an unlikely character (Source: Reuters) Related News “Sinisters” star Ike Barinholtz has teased fans about his mysterious role in upcoming supervillain movie “Suicide Squad” The 38-year-old actor revealed he would play a “troubled human being” and his role would be an unlikely character reported Aceshowbiz “I can tell you my character in that movie is someone you would not want at your house for dinner He’s a very troubled human being” Barinholtz said Although the movie centres on the story of DC supervillains who are forced by the government to do heroic action Barinholtz hinted that “Suicide Squad” would have its share of funny moments Share This Article Related Article “The trailer is very serious but (director) David Ayer is a psychopath As as much as he loves the dark and exploring the disturbed side of society it’s not like you’re telling jokes but if you can just kind of in the moment try to play things a little honestly and react to these giant huge superhero things that are happening funny stuff can kind of happen and there can be laughs from it…” he said “The Mindy Project” actor also suggested the names of some of his co-stars who might back the funny parts in the film “Will Smith is a very funny guy Jai Courtney is actually a very funny guy Margot Robbie is actually funny so I think there is going to be some moments in that that actually make people laugh” he said For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Updated: August 7 2016 5:57 pm Justice Markandey Katju however did agree that “reforms are needed in the BCCI” but he also had a counter argument (Source: PTI) Top News The Supreme Court verdict on BCCI reforms on Sunday came under a sharp attack from former apex court judge Markandey Katju who termed the reforms as “unconstitutional and illegal” Katju who has been appointed by the BCCI to advice on SC verdict on implementation of Justice Lodha committee recommendations also advised the Board to file a review petition before a larger bench of the apex court and not to meet the Committee as scheduled on August 9 terming the panel as “null and void” “What the Supreme Court has done is unconstitutional and illegal There has been violation of principles of the Constitution Under our Constitution we have legislature executive and judiciary There is broad separation of functions It’s the legislature’s prerogative to make laws If judiciary starts making laws one is setting a dangerous precedent” Katju said at a media conference “I have advised them (BCCI) to file a review petition before a larger bench In this case the Supreme Court outsourced a committee (referring to Lodha Committee) to decide on BCCI’s punishment” he said BCCI secretary Ajay Shirke however said that the BCCI will study the interim report prepared by Justice Katju and then take a call “The Supreme Court had appointed the Lodha Committee to find the defects in working of BCCI That was okay When the Lodha Committee Report was submitted to the Supreme Court it should have been forwarded to Parliament and StateLegislatures It then should have been left to legislature to accept or not to accept the recommendations Judiciary is not supposed to legislate” Katju said elaborating his viewpoint READ:Markandey Katju completes first interim report on Lodha panelreforms He gave examples of cases where a larger bench with four or five judges have handled serious issues Justice Katju’s take is that since BCCI’s constitution has been prepared as per Tamil Nadu Societies Registration Act both SC and Lodha Committee can’t forcibly change the BCCI by-laws “Both Supreme Court and Lodha Committee violated “Tamil Nadu Societies Registrar Act” They have their own Memorandum and by laws If you want to change the constitution a special resolution needs to be passed by 2/3rd of majority The society alone can amend the bylaws There can be complaints on financial irregularities or administrative lapses one has to write to Registrar of Societies” Justice Katju however did agree that “reforms are needed in the BCCI” but he also had a counter argument READ: BCCI appoints Markandey Katju to interact with Lodhapanel “If we speak about reforms in BCCI then reforms are needed in judiciary also There are more than 3 crore casespending in Indian courts And if this dangerous trend starts tomorrow the Supreme Court might dictate editorial policies of press tenure of journalists It will then open a Pandora’s Box” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Kolkata | Published: October 17 2015 12:33 am Related News TOEING THE line adopted by his party’s central leaders state BJP president Rahul Sinha Friday said that the Sahitya Akademi awardees’ decision to return their awards was “politically motivated” “The brutal killing in Dadri is definitely condemnable but what the intellectuals are doing is double standard Their actions seem to be politically motivated Where were these people when Taslima Nasreen was forced out of this city Why are there no effigies of Mulayam Singh or Akhilesh Yadav being burnt and the entire responsibility being thrust upon the Central government” Sinha put the questions during a press conference Share This Article Related Article He also said that the state government was reluctant to take steps against the atrocities committed against a Hindu family in Nadia earlier this year “Three innocent Hindu labourers belonging to the Scheduled Caste were murdered in broad daylight An influential TMC leader was named in the FIR lodged by the family of the victims But there still hasn’t been any major arrest in the case so far and neither the state government nor any scholar has commentedon it We demand a statement from the Bengal government regarding the action taken under the SC/ST Prevention of Atrocities Act 1989” he said He alleged that Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee who had applied a blanket ban on immersion of idols on October 23 and 24 was only “trying to appease a particular section of society” at the cost of hurting Hindu sentiments In a letter written to the Chief Minister Sinha said that many households would not like to immerse the idols on October 22 as suggested by the CM as it was a Thursday and the rituals did not permit it to be immersed on that day “As Muharram is on Saturday I would request you to reconsider your decision and allow immersion on Friday Those who would not like to immerse the idols on Friday might do on any other day except Saturday We put this request before you on behalf of the Hindu community and we hope you will accept our request” the letter reads For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWashington: Saudi Arabia and Bahrain welcomed on Saturday US president Donald Trump’s demand for Qatar to stop supporting terrorism but did not respond to a US Department of State call for them to ease pressure on the Gulf state File image of US president Donald Trump WP After severing ties with Qatar on Monday Saudi Arabia said it was committed to "decisive and swift action to cut off all funding sources for terrorism" in a statement carried by state news agency SPA attributed to "an official source" And in a separate statement issued on Friday the United Arab Emirates praised Trump’s "leadership in challenging Qatar’s troubling support for extremism" Trump accused Qatar of being a "high level" funder of terrorism on Friday even as the Pentagon and US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson cautioned against the military commercial and humanitarian effects of a blockade imposed by Arab states and others A separate SPA report on Saturday acknowledged Tillerson’s call for Qatar to curtail support for terrorism but did not mention his remarks that the crisis was hurting ordinary Qataris impairing business dealings and harming the US fight against the Islamic State Saudi Arabia said its action followed the conclusions of last month’s Arab Islamic American Summit in Riyadh where Trump delivered a speech about Islamic extremism Trump said he helped plan the move against Qatar although a senior administration official told Reuters earlier this week that the US had no indication from the Saudis or Emiratis during the visit that they would sever ties with Qatar Why have they not been able to pick wickets? Chennaiyin were pretty much set up to soak up the pressure and hit back on the counter. For all the latest Pune News, Tamgadge.

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