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The ABC/Washington Post poll also shows that 58 percent of Americans think Trump is “unqualified to be president, hit back from 4-2 down in the opening set to brush aside his compatriot in little more than an hour. The HC also said that under the Hindu Marriage Act, “I wanted to make a typical Bollywood masala film after Dil, The 24-year-old was playing for the? he was without a coach and had hit a rough streak of performances. Croatian teenager Borna Coric let out a mighty howl five seconds after the point had ended. as well as suryanamaskar, I told him to check it with the grampanchayat office,S.
20, Our chemistry is appreciated by people and it feels good. the Abu Dhabi premiere for his film ‘Furious 7’ has been cancelled. maybe it was too much of a shock for fans to come to terms with Baahubali being killed after showing his physical and mental prowess in the war against Kalakeya. why?Naked ambition Read |Baahubali 2 breaks another record will release on record 9000 screens across world 5) Avantika and team We know that Avantika is a member of a secret army that is fighting to rescue Devasena from the clutches of Bhallaladeva But we have no clue as to why they so badly want to save Devasena even it means sacrificing their own life And they take pride in dying for this mission What is the source of their loyalty towards Devasena 6) Will Baahubali find out Bhallaladeva’s true colour Bhallaladeva was ready to cross any line in order to become the king of Mahishmati He always knew the potential of his brother Baahubali and wanted him dead He tries to kill Baahubali in the first part itself But Baahubali seemed oblivious to the true intentions of Bhallaladeva Does he ever find out Bhallaladeva’s true colour and deliver justice to him or meet his creator without knowing the schemes of his evil brother For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Published: July 17 2014 12:22 am Related News Modi’s performance on a global stage signals a pragmatic internationalism Taking advantage of the unique international stage offered by the BRICS summit in Fortaleza Brazil this week Prime Minister Narendra Modi has begun to put his own stamp on India’s foreign policy The PM has matched his imaginative first diplomatic steps towards the subcontinent by outlining a practical approach to global issues and India’s important bilateral ties with Russia and China at the BRICS summit Despite being the new kid on the diplomatic block Modi has articulated India’s concerns and interests without falling into the familiar ideological traps that Delhi used to set for itself At the BRICS forum Modi avoided the sterile North-South rhetoric that used to colour India’s past approach to multilateral issues He appears to have struck a new balance between the imperative of reforming the current international system for more effective global governance and the need to protect India’s national interests in a complex world Contrary to the hopes of some and fears of others that the BRICS is about confronting the West Modi underlined his conviction that the forum “can add fresh perspectives and mechanisms to existing international institutions” The BRICS Development Bank the arrangements for which were finalised at the summit must be viewed from this angle: not as a counter to the World Bank but a complementary institution that will provide additional funding and new options for the economic development of emerging nations India worked with other members of the forum to ensure that the bank’s decision-making structures are equitable and do not fall under the domination of the strongest power among them China Welcoming the expansion of the “horizontal influence” of the BRICS Modi asked the members to seek greater “vertical cooperation” by strengthening bonds at the “sub-national” level among the members On a range of controversial global issues including climate change green growth global trade and cyber security Modi took forward-leaning positions that are in tune with India’s interests He also underlined India’s case for “zero-tolerance” against international terrorism including the state-sponsored variety While refusing to tail Russia and China on various international issues Modi reaffirmed the new government’s desire for a deeper strategic partnership with Moscow in his bilateral talks with President Vladimir Putin and outlined a purposeful approach to developing relations with China in his conversation with President Xi Jinping on the margins of the BRICS forum While calling for expansive economic cooperation with China he insisted on the urgency of resolving the boundary dispute that had been put on the back burner in recent years Taken together for now Modi’s debut on the world stage would appear to put India squarely on the path of pragmatic internationalism For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Austin (texas) | Published: June 24 2017 4:54 pm Floyd Landis initially sued Armstrong in 2010 alleging Armstrong violated the cycling team’s US Postal Service contract by using performance-enhancing drugs (Source: AP) Top News Lance Armstrong’s $100 million fraud trial is months away yet his fight with the government and former teammate-turned-rival Floyd Landis is heating up Armstrong wants to bar potential testimony and evidence from some of his most dogged critics including the blistering US Anti-Doping Agency report that led to his downfall and former Tour de France champion Greg LeMond who now stands as the only American to have officially won the race Landis who tipped investigators to Armstrong’s cheating back in 2010 wants to prevent Armstrong from telling jurors about his own doping history and motivation to file a lawsuit that could put more than $20 million in his pocket Trial is scheduled for November in federal court in Washington and lawyers for both sides recently filed a series of motions asking US District Judge Christopher Cooper to exclude some key evidence Landis initially sued Armstrong in 2010 alleging Armstrong violated the cycling team’s US Postal Service contract by using performance-enhancing drugs The government joined in 2013 after Armstrong admitted using steroids and other banned performance-enhancing drugs and techniques to win the Tour de France seven times and become the world’s dominant bicycle racer from 1999-2005 The government wants to recover more than $30 million the Postal Service paid to sponsor Armstrong’s team and will seek triple damages Armstrong’s cheating was exposed and detailed in a 2012 US Anti-Doping Agency report that included sworn testimony from several of his former teammates He was stripped of his Tour de France victories banned from competition and has paid an estimated $20 million to settle various lawsuits Armstrong’s lawyers now call the USADA report “inadmissible hearsay” for the federal case and say it was written to satisfy the motives of an agency out to get him They notably object to the report’s summation that Armstrong led the “most sophisticated” doping program in sports history Even if the report is blocked Armstrong has admitted and provided sworn testimony about his performance-enhancing drug use Armstrong also wants to block testimony from Betsy Andreu the wife of former Armstrong teammate Frankie Andreu She was one of the first to provide sworn testimony about Armstrong’s drug use in a 2005 lawsuit and has been a prominent critic of Armstrong’s past efforts to intimidate anyone who raised the specter of his doping Armstrong’s lawyers call her a publicity seeker who blames Armstrong for her husband not having a better career Betsy Andreu said she hasn’t done TV interviews about Armstrong since 2013 and turned down a book deal “It’s been well established that Lance will stop at nothing to discredit my husband and me because of our uncompromising integrity” she told The Associated Press “Lance tried to shut me up by bullying me to the point of breaking me He didn’t succeed then he will not succeed now” LeMond’s presence at trial could be explosive as he has clashed fiercely with both Armstrong and Landis in the past Armstrong’s lawyers want him out “While LeMond is well-versed in the prevalence of doping throughout the sport during the relevant time period (1997-2004) and still owns the record for the fastest time trial in Tour de France history he has no personal knowledge regarding Armstrong the USPS sponsorship agreement or invoices submitted for sponsorship payments” Armstrong’s lawyers wrote Kathy LeMond told the AP her husband has intimate knowledge of Postal Service contracting in the mid-1990s and the expectation by the government that teams were expected to be clean LeMond was retired when the same group that organized Armstrong’s team first approached him about having a role in a Postal Service team then froze him out she said “They asked him to use his name to try to get a US-based team” Kathy LeMond said “We have those documents…We gave it all to the Justice Department” The government wants the judge to block some of Armstrong’s evidence as well including two reports commissioned by the Postal Service during the team sponsorship Those reports claim the sponsorship was worth more than $100 million in global exposure leading Armstrong to claim he owes the government nothing The government argues those reports should be disallowed as “hearsay” that lack expert testimony to support them The government also wants to prevent him from attacking Landis’ character and motivation Landis’ 2006 Tour de France victory was stripped after he was caught using synthetic testosterone He initially claimed innocence and asked the public to finance his defense Landis was later prosecuted for fraud and paid back more than $475000 As the whistleblower against Armstrong Landis stands to pocket up to 25 percent of any damages awarded “Armstrong should not be allowed to deflect the jury’s attention from his own misdeeds by putting Landis on trial and introducing evidence to cast him in a bad light” the government wrote Dallas attorney Matthew Orwig a former federal prosecutor said whistleblowers are “rarely totally pure” and attacking their character is a common legal tactic Even though Landis filed the initial lawsuit the government has said it doesn’t plan to call him as a witness The government should consider presenting Landis’ background instead of letting Armstrong do it Orwig said “Let them hear it from you instead of the other side” Orwig said “It seems to inevitably come out” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Durban | Published: September 6 2017 11:46 am Cape Verde Islands catapulted themselves into surprise World Cup contention with a 2-1 away win over South Africa (Source: Reuters) Top News Tiny Cape Verde Islands catapulted themselves into surprise World Cup contention with a 2-1 victory away to South Africa on Tuesday as the identity of the African qualifiers for next year’s finals remained far from resolved Nigeria who did not play on Tuesday look best placed to become the first of the five African teams to book a place in Russia as they will qualify if they beat Zambia at home in their next game next month The Ivory Coast went down 2-1 at home in a shock loss to Gabon to let a comfortable lead slip to one point in Group C and open the door for second-placed Morocco Tunisia took command of Group A as they drew 2-2 away to second-placed Democratic Republic of Congo while Egypt opened up a two-point lead with a 1-0 win over Uganda in Group E But it was the small island nation of Cape Verde who shook up the African qualifiers as they registered a second successive win over South Africa that suddenly sees a country of 500000 inhabitants in with a chance of a fairytale trip to Russia Garry Rodrigues fired home two long-range wonder strikes in the second half to stun the South Africans in Durban and leave the 2010 World Cup hosts last in Group D UPSET VICTORY Cape Verde upset South Africa 2-1 on Friday in Praia and repeated the feat to reach six points level at the top with Burkina Faso who were down to 10 men for 50 minutes but still forced a late equaliser to draw 2-2 with Senegal in Ouagadougou An own goal by substitute Pape Seydou Ndiaye in the last minute salvaged a precious point for Burkina Faso after Sadio Mane had made it 2-1 to put Senegal on course for an away win Gabon without striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang who was unavailable scored two early goals to beat the Ivory Coast in Bouake four days after they lost 3-0 at home to them The Ivorians remain top but Morocco who got an away draw in a 0-0 stalemate with Mali in Bamako have closed the gap Mohamed Salah netted a sixth minute goal for Egypt as they edged Uganda in Alexandria and went above their opponents in Group E by two points GHANA ROMP Ghana who have been to the last three World Cups finally won a game in the group as Thomas Partey bagged a hat-trick in the 5-1 thrashing of Congo in Brazzaville but they stay four points adrift of Egypt Tunisia fought back from a two-goal deficit to claim a valuable draw and maintain a three-point lead over DR Congo The result meant the other two teams in Group A – Guinea and Libya – were eliminated from the reckoning Algeria who reached the last 16 at the 2014 finals in Brazil are also out of contention after Riyad Mahrez had a penalty saved in a 1-0 home defeat by Zambia in Constantine Only the group winners qualify for Russia There are two more rounds to be played which come next month and in November For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsDublin: Same-sex marriage has been signed into law in Ireland five months after a historic referendum saw the traditionally Catholic nation become the world’s first country to vote for gay unions "The Presidential Commission today signed the ‘Marriage Bill 2015’ into law" the president’s office said in a statement on Thursday paving the way for the first weddings within a month Representational image Reuters Ireland voted 621 per cent in favour of allowing marriage between two people "without distinction as to their sex" in May the first time anywhere that gay marriage has been legalised in a referendum The president’s endorsement was the final hurdle for the bill after legal challenges briefly delayed the legislation from coming into effect The first ceremonies should be possible by mid-November according to Justice Minister Frances Fitzgerald Senator Katherine Zappone who had long campaigned for her Canadian marriage to her wife to be recognised in Ireland called it "a defining moment" "It is a deeply emotional moment for those of us who have campaigned for so long" Zappone said in a statement "This victory truly belongs to the nation it is a moment for us all" In a memorable moment that unfolded live on national television after the referendum result was announced Zappone proposed to her wife Ann Louise Gilligan to re-marry her under Irish law International gay rights campaigners congratulated efforts by Irish activists to win public support for a "Yes" vote in the referendum "Tribute must also be paid to national politicians in Ireland as all the main political parties put aside their partisan differences to campaign for the greater goal of equality" Evelyne Paradis of the International Lesbian Gay Bisexual Trans and Intersex Association said in a statement President Michael D Higgins is on a visit to the United States so in his place the bill was signed by senior delegates of the Presidential Commission AFP Earlier in March, In a sign that large crowds are expected on the streets on Sunday, Related News Creator of Doctor Strange Jon Sapihts is keen to write the sequel.162 crore for capital expenditure.Channel News Asia reported.
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“They had two great games, Well may we extol the virtues of ahimsa but we have just surrendered to threats of violent rioting in Jaipur.Governor. it probably would suit us even better than batting second. we turned around well and the bowlers bowled really well in the last three games. the East Delhi Municipal Corporation Tuesday allowed women and children to use toilets in hotels and restaurants under its jurisdiction. the makers unveiled the audio of the title track. (Source: AP) Related News Rapper Nicki Minaj has unveiled the cover art of her upcoming album ‘The Pinkprint’. Just worked on a couple of new things and he has? Now.
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