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Incumbent chairman of the Standing Committee Pravin Patel will be continuing for another term,a new study has found. He had made his debut at the World T20 in 2009. Maliwal.

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” the GR issued by the State Home Department further reads. (Source: Reuters) Related News Pakistan suffered a crushing 124 run defeat off the hands of arch-rivals India in the opener of the ICC Champions Trophy 2017 which would serve as a reality check for the team for the remainder of the tournament,Deputy Director of NIV will now officiate as director of the virology institute. The proposed Bill makes 13 practices cognisable offences, Well, although is likely to be helped on that route by wildcards. I feel like we had this bond that we had just fought together.’ It was one of my mantras that I would say.000 currency notes, at Ghazipur rally,spoke of his humble background yet again:"Mera nirnay kadak hai. Garib ko kadak chai bhati hai aur amir ka mooh bigad jata hai (My decision was strong. poor like strong tea but when rich people drink it the aftertaste in their mouth is not that great)" Modi also used a social media coinage to blast Congress "These Congress leaders and their top lawyers are claiming that the prime minister does not have the power and authority to demonetise currency The Congress had discontinued chavanni (25 paise) But they could have gone beyond the chavanni by discontinuing Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes We have done what was of our parity" he said He also linked it with fake currency terror and naxalite violence funding At other level he is discrediting those leaders who are perceived to be cash rich: "Some parties are deeply worried they are deeply anxious as to what to do now Those big garlands of high denomination notes where the leaders neck wouldn’t be visible" Incidentally after Modi’s rally Mayawati held a press conference and in her prolonged opening statement she blasted Modi for this statement Lucknow: The birthday of former prime minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee on Monday will bring cheers to 93 prisoners as the Yogi Adityanath government has decided to set them free These convicts are lodged in different jails of Uttar Pradesh and their names were chosen from a list of prisoners who have completed their tenure in jail "It has been decided to set free 93 prisoners convicted in different cases on the 93rd birthday of former prime minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee These prisoners have completed their tenure in jail but could not be released due to non-payment of fine imposed on them" Principal Secretary (Home) Arvind Kumar said in an order issued here Representational image Reuters He directed the prisons department to ensure the fine is paid by NGOs trusts and others after verifying their credentials "The names of convicts to be set free have been picked up in a random manner from a list of 135 such prisoners who are not named or are serving imprisonment in another case" a senior Home department officials said Vajpayee had represented Lucknow in the Lok Sabha five times – 1991 1996 1998 1999 and 2004 His legacy was taken forward by BJP leaders Lalji Tondon and Rajnath Singh who won Lok Sabha elections in 2009 and 2014 "Vajpayee is the first and the only non-Congress leader who completed his full term as prime minister He means a lot not only in Lucknow seat which he served but for the entire state and in his regime a number of historic schemes were launched" UP BJP spokesman Shalabh Mani Tripathi said On the government decision to set the prisoners free the BJP leader said "It is a good decision and based on humanitarian approach Releasing those who served their sentence by ensuring payment of their fine is a welcome step and shows the people-friendly approach of our government" Born in 1924 Vajpayee had his baptism in politics during the Quit India movement in 1942 He was also the first External Affairs Minister to deliver a speech in Hindi in the UN Assembly in New York New Delhi: Five newly-recruited IAS officers have joined the home ministry as assistant secretaries on deputation as part of an initiative to familiarise them with the functioning of the central government File image of home minister Rajnath Singh Reuters Vijay Dayaram K Arvomd Kumar Chauhan Pooja Kumari Parth Akanksha Bhaskar and Raja P all belonging to the 2015 batch of the Indian Administrative Service have joined the home ministry and will work for three months before proceeding to their allotted cadre an official said Dayaram has been allocated the Chhattisgarh cadre Chauhan Uttar Pradesh Pooja Kumari Parth Rajasthan Akanksha Bhaskar West Bengal and Raja P the Karnataka cadre The initiative of appointing new IAS officers as assistant secretaries in various central government ministries and departments was started by the Narendra Modi government to familiarise them with the functioning of the Centre and enable them to get themselves introduced to various functionaries The young IAS officers joined the central government after completion of their training at Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration in Mussoorie London:Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino says domestic cup success would make little difference to his side and that the Premier League and Champions League are the "two real trophies" he is desperate to win Spurs who host West Ham United in the last 16 of the League Cup on Wednesday have not won a major prize of any kind since lifting the trophy in 2008 They last won the FA Cup in 1991 File image of Mauricio Pochettino Reuters Pochettino’s men have finished runners-up in the Premier League in each of the last two seasons to Leicester City and then Chelsea and Champions League qualification remains essential ahead of their move to a new stadium next year Despite the chance of League Cup success Pochettino said the club’s priorities lie firmly elsewhere "Our objective is to win the Premier League to win the Champions League— for me the two real trophies" said Pochettino "And then there is the FA Cup Of course I would like to win and I would like to win the Carabao (League) Cup but if you want to be a big team and fight for big things I think it is impossible if you don’t use all the squad and rotate in England" Pochettino added: "The manager always wants to win To win the Carabao Cup Yes of course but it would not change the life of Tottenham "The FA Cup Fantastic I would love to win all the competitions in the world but it really changes your life if you win the Premier League or the Champions League That is the truth" Danny Rose is set to make his first Tottenham start in almost nine months against West Ham but Pochettino admitted Erik Lamela is still not ready to return despite hopes the winger would feature at Wembley Harry Kane will also be rested meaning a rare start for Fernando Llorente up front while Michel Vorm will replace Hugo Lloris in goal Victor Wanyama remains sidelined with a knee problem Hong Kong: Activists accused Beijing of crippling Hong Kong’s parliament on Friday after four pro-democracy lawmakers were disqualified The high court judgment means the balance of power in the partially elected legislature swings further to the pro-China camp as opponents do not have enough seats to veto bills Former Umbrella Movement protest leader Nathan Law was among those barred in a case brought by the semi-autonomous city’s Beijing-friendly government after the four changed their oaths of office to reflect frustrations with Chinese authorities (From left to right) File image of Leung Kwok-hung Lau Siu-lai Edward Yiu and Nathan Law Kwun-chung Reuters Beijing issued a special interpretation of Hong Kong’s mini-constitution the Basic Law in November to insist that oaths be taken in a "sincere and solemn" manner The unprecedented intervention was prompted by a string of protests during the swearing in of lawmakers following citywide elections in October The high court said Beijing’s ruling was "binding" and that the court’s decision to bar the four retrospectively was not politically motivated "The word ‘solemn’ bears the commonly understood meaning of being dignified and formal" the judgment said Concerns China is squeezing Hong Kong have sparked calls by some activists for self-determination or even independence for the city angering Beijing The dismissed legislators were not staunchly pro-independence but at least two of them have advocated self-determination for Hong Kong They were attending a parliamentary finance committee meeting as the judgment was issued and were asked to leave The session was abruptly adjourned Law’s party Demosisto condemned "the manifest interference of the Beijing government to cripple Hong Kong’s legislative power" The 24-year-old was one of the most popular candidates to win a seat gaining 50000 votes to make him Hong Kong’s youngest ever lawmaker He called on protesters to gather Friday night "Suppression is not scary" he told reporters "The most scary thing is that people get used to it and are not willing to come out to fight" Veteran anti-China lawmaker Leung Kwok-hung known as "Long Hair" who was also barred appeared to choke up as he said: "It’s ironic that it’s Bastille Day today" The judgment comes two weeks after China president Xi Jinping warned any challenge to Beijing’s control over Hong Kong crossed a "red line" when he visited the city to mark 20 years since it was handed back to China by Britain The handover agreement enshrined liberties unseen on the mainland including freedom of speech and an independent judiciary but Beijing has been accused of trampling the deal by interfering in a number of areas from politics to education and media Two pro-independence legislators have already been disqualified by the high court over their oaths after they inserted expletives and draped themselves with "Hong Kong is not China" flags The cases against them and the other four lawmakers were initiated under the previous Hong Kong administration led by unpopular former chief executive Leung Chun-ying He was succeeded by Carrie Lam on 1 July who is also seen as a puppet of Beijing by critics The oath of office requires lawmakers to repeatedly describe Hong Kong as a Special Administrative Region of China Law quoted Gandhi before taking his pledge saying: "You will never imprison my mind" and used intonation to make his oath sound like a question The judgment said Law "was objectively expressing a doubt on or disrespect of the status of the People’s Republic of China as Hong Kong’s legitimate sovereign country" Long Hair raised a yellow umbrella — a symbol of the democracy movement — during his pledge which the court said did not reflect the "importance and seriousness" of the ceremony Former protest leader Lau Siu-lai failed to convey the oath’s proper meaning by reading her pledge at a snail’s pace the court said Edward Yiu added lines to his oath saying he would "fight for general universal suffrage" which rendered his pledge invalid according to the judgment By: Reuters | Paris | Updated: June 28 2016 8:51 am Italy are into the quarter-final of the European Championship beating holders Spain 2-0 (Source: Reuters) Top News Italy broke a 22-year hoodoo to end Spain’s bid for a record third successive European title with a deserved 2-0 win over familiar foes in an absorbing last 16 clash between the two heavyweights at Euro 2016 on Monday Italy triumphed with goals from Giorgio Chiellini and Graziano Pelle and will face Germany in the quarter-finals The Italians who had not won a competitive match against Spain since the 1994 World Cup and were humiliated 4-0 by their old rivals in the Euro 2012 final in Kiev were the better side especially in the first half on a damp evening Italy who were better organised and more aggressive before the break had wasted several chances when defender Chiellini put them ahead after 33 minutes following up to tap in after goalkeeper David De Gea failed to block Eder’s free kick The Italians suffered in the second half and had been resisting sustained Spanish pressure when striker Pelle connected with a Matteo Darmian cross to volley home from close range doubling their advantage in added time Spain’s defeat marked the end of an era for a side who had established themselves as the dominant force in Europe by winning the European Championship in 2008 after knocking out Italy in the quarter-finals and repeated the success in 2012 “We deserved this win” said Chiellini “We could have killed the game off earlier We had revenge on our minds and today we had something extra We played well we had positive feelings and so much willingness to do well “After years of Spain dominating we have been able to get some revenge This is just the beginning we will enjoy this victory but there is still a long way to go until the end We will take it one game at a time The best is to come Spain coach Vicente del Bosque said: “They were probably better They don’t play great football but they are strong in the air very physical and they were dangerous “We came out in the second half with a chance and the players tried to do the best they could We tried everything but we couldn’t score” he added saying he would be discussing the immediate future with the Spanish football federation FADING SPAIN The Spaniards who struggled to impose their trademark quick passing game on a slippery pitch had already suggested they were on the way out when they lost their world crown with a shock group-stage exit from the 2014 World Cup in Brazil Italy who had won one of their past 11 games against Spain and whose ageing side had been written off by many in the build-up to the tournament face Germany on Saturday in Bordeaux in another battle of the heavyweights for place in the semi-finals Chiellini’s goal was the first conceded by Spain in the knockout stages of a European championship or a World Cup since a 3-1 defeat by France in the last 16 of the 2006 World Cup The first clear chance of Monday’s game at the Stade de France came to Italy after a few minutes when Pelle’s header from Alessandro Florenzi’s free kick forced De Gea to save The Spain keeper was made to work again soon after when he turned an overhead kick by Emanuele Giaccherini on to the post Spain whose 15-match unbeaten run in European Championship finals ended with a 2-1 defeat by Croatia in their final group game did not manage a shot on target until a harmless effort by Andres Iniesta shortly before the half-hour The holders showed more initiative after the break and came close with a header by Alvaro Morata directed straight at Italy keeper Gianluigi Buffon early in the second half The Italians however remained dangerous and would have doubled their lead earlier had Eder not lost out in a one-on-one with De Gea after being set up by a Pelle flick on the hour Spain kept plugging away and missed another good opportunity 15 minutes from time when Iniesta struck a volley that Italy captain Buffon did well to punch out The experienced keeper was decisive again in the closing stages diving to save an effort from Gerard Pique shortly before Pelle put the outcome beyond doubt For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Edgbaston | Updated: June 25 2016 8:09 am Alex Hales (R) and Jason Roy both scored centuries and shared an unbeaten opening stand of 256 a record for England in ODIs (Source: Reuters) Top News An England record opening partnership of 256 between Alex Hales and Jason Roy led their side to a crushing 10-wicket win over Sri Lanka in the second one-day international in Birmingham on Friday Hales scored 133 not out and Roy an unbeaten 112 in England’s highest first-wicket partnership in one-day cricket and they overhauled Sri Lanka’s 254 for seven with more than 15 overs to spare England lead the five-match series 1-0 after the first match in Nottingham was tied Sri Lanka opted to bat after winning the toss but their total always looked inadequate on a good batting pitch at Edgbaston as England took wickets at regular intervals Dinesh Chandimal and Angelo Mathews shared a fourth-wicket stand of 82 to give their side a platform Mathews fell for 44 however and Chandimal was run out for 52 by Roy who had earlier produced a brilliant piece of fielding to run out Kusal Perera Upul Tharanga struck an unbeaten 53 to give Sri Lanka hope but England’s bowlers maintained a tight grip throughout leg-spinner Adil Rasheed the pick of the attack with figures of 2-34 from 10 overs Hales and man-of-the-match Roy were completely in command against a toothless Sri Lanka attack Hales smashed six sixes and 10 fours while Roy went to his second one-day international century with his fourth six before driving Seekkuge Prasanna to the cover boundary to seal victory The third match of the five-game series is in Bristol on Sunday For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsFIFA president Sepp Blatter expressed shock Saturday at the tactics used by the US anti-corruption investigators but insisted he was not a target The 79-year-old Swiss official on the offensive after being re-elected to a new term on Friday also slammed what he called a "hate" campaign by European football leaders Blatter said he suspected the arrest of seven FIFA officials in Zurich on Wednesday under a US anti-corruption warrant was an attempt to "interfere with the congress" that returned him to power "There are signs which cannot be mistaken: the Americans were candidates for the 2022 World Cup and they lost" he told Swiss television channel RTS File picture of Sepp Blatter Getty "I am not certain but it doesn’t smell good" He described the US as the "number one sponsor" of Jordan home country of his challenger for the FIFA presidency Prince Ali bin al Hussein The Jordanian prince who had the backing of European football body UEFA withdrew from Friday’s race after the first round of voting The seven arrested officials were all detained for corruption cases in North and South America and Blatter said they could have been arrested on their home territory or at a FIFA executive committee six weeks ago He also condemned comments about FIFA made by senior members of the US judiciary including Attorney General Loretta Lynch who lamented the "rampant systemic and deep-rooted" corruption in football Another official spoke of a "World Cup of fraud" "Of course I am shocked" Blatter responded "I would never as FIFA president make comments about another organisation without being certain of what has happened" – More charges – US authorities have so far indicted 14 people including the seven held in Zurich on charges of involvement in $150 million of bribes for sports media contracts They include two FIFA vice presidents A senior US legal official has said more indictments are likely in the case Blatter said he had been "affected" by the scandal that has hit world football’s governing body but denied he was the FIFA official that US investigators say authorised a $10 million payment to disgraced former FIFA vice president Jack Warner "I have been affected by what has happened and I have been hurt by the attacks" he said The US indictment says in 2008 a "high ranking FIFA official" authorised a $10 million payment to Warner a former head of the North and Central American confederation which was money intended as a bribe Blatter said: "I don’t go into these allegations If such a thing is under investigation let it go (on) and definitely that’s not me" Britain’s Sunday Times newspaper reported that Blatter would be quizzed by Swiss prosecutors along with nine other serving FIFA officials as part of a separate criminal investigation into the 2018 and 2022 World Cup bids The report refers to an inquiry launched by team of prosecutors based in Bern two months ago codenamed Operation Darwin but the source of the information was not made clear – Forgive but not forget – "It is a hate that comes not just from one person at UEFA it comes from the UEFA organisation that cannot understand that in 1998 I became president" Blatter added in the interview Asked whether he would forgive UEFA chief Michel Platini Blatter said "I forgive everyone but I do not forget" European football leaders expressed concern at Blatter’s win and have hinted they could take new action against FIFA Platini has said UEFA will review relations with FIFA on June 6 English Football Association Greg Dyke indicated England could be ready to back a European boycott of the World Cup An English vice president of FIFA David Gill refused to take up his place on the executive committee on Saturday because of Blatter’s victory But German football legend Franz Beckenbauer a former FIFA executive member called for urgent dialogue between UEFA and FIFA "I think that they are currently poles apart The only thing that can help is to communicate" Beckenbauer told German sports news agency SID an AFP subsidiary "They need to talk fast Because what is happening is detrimental not only to the federations but also for football" Beckenbauer added But even Prince William second in line to the British throne and president of the English FA waded into the controversy calling on FIFA to "show that it can represent the interests of fair play and put the sport first" He called on sponsors and other backers to apply pressure on football’s governing body Sponsors and government leaders have hammered FIFA over the corruption scandal FIFA sponsors Coca-Cola Budweiser and McDonald’s called after the election result for quick moves to transparency Credit card giant Visa has threatened to "reassess" its sponsorship if FIFA does not clean up its act Blatter said he was organising a personal visit with sponsors in a bid to reassure them AFP

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