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A girl in search of security, the senior police official said.Raipur: Eight Naxals were arrested from two places in the insurgency-hit Bastar division of Chhattisgarh "Has Mamata Banerjee become what she is just like that? 2017 10:46 am Apple’s Philip Schiller told indianexpress.” Azabagic has won twenty-four international competitions,they arrested Anurag Bholla,and players above 21.Vineet Saxena’s (41) and an all-round performance by Rituraj Singh (31 and 3/26) helped Rajasthan Cricket Association beat LB Shastri Club by 19 runs in the 28th Laxman Das cricket tournament at Stephen ground.the applicant-accused is declared a juvenile, reads the lower court order The accused was among three arrested in connection with the murder of a Sector 22 traderKailash Chander Co-accused Sanchit Verma and Nazir Khan revealed during interrogation that they had gone to Kailashs general store with intention to commit robbery While Sanchit waited outsideNazir and the juvenile entered the shop with a country-made pistol and a dagger to rob the trader of his gold chain and cash As Kailash Chander resistedthe two opened fire at Kailash and his brother The two assailants were allegedly drug addicts and were in need of money to purchase smack and other drugs Nazir Khana resident of Dhanashad contacted his friend Sanchit Vermaa resident of Sector 22Chandigarhwho was a neighbour of Kailash Chander For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express AppLondon: Pakistan captain Misbah-ul-Haq wants his side to reverse swing the ball like England do as they try to square a four-match Test series at The Oval England went 2-1 up with one to play after dismissing Pakistan for just 201 in a 141-run win in the third Test at Edgbaston last week Pakistan greats Wasim Akram and Waqar Younis may have been the modern pioneers of reverse swing in the 1990s but England led by James Anderson managed to make the ball ‘go the other way’ at Edgbaston File photo of Misbah-ul-Haq AFP Subsequently one Pakistani television station suggested England could have illegally tampered with the ball But far more importantly Misbah had no complaints over what England captain Alastair Cook said was "far-fetched nonsense" Instead Misbah simply called on his side to improve their performance with bat and ball in the series finale at The Oval where a decade ago Pakistan became the first side to forfeit a Test by refusing to play on after being penalised five runs for ball-tampering by the umpires "Obviously there are legal ways to roughen the ball —you bowl cross seam throw the ball from the boundary one-bounce shine it on one side" Misbah told reporters at The Oval on Wednesday "You care for the ball and the team which does it better achieves reverse-swing "This is an art a science.We have to do that" he added ahead of Thursday’s start at The Oval "England’s bowlers are experienced —and Anderson and (Stuart) Broad know how to utilise it "They know the conditions" "Our seam bowlers have played less cricket "So they have to learn that and care for the ball – we have to gain that experience and concentrate on that" ‘Load of rubbish’ Pakistan lost four wicket for just one run in 23 balls at Edgbaston on Sunday as Steven Finn and Chris Woakes both struck twice after Anderson had made the initial breakthrough "Obviously we were also a little bit concerned about that – the way it just happened" said Misbah "Suddenly it started – it just hadn’t happened throughout the Test match—but obviously the fifth day is different "The umpires are there the match referees are there . I am not there to check those things" The Pakistani channel hinting at wrongdoing had focused on the way in which England vice-captain Joe Root was shining the ball But to most observers nothing untoward appeared to be happening and Cook said suggestions of foul play were "a load of rubbish" Cook added: "Someone showed me the clip on Twitter of Rooty shining the ball —it’s just shining the ball isn’t it "It’s so far-fetched that it’s just nonsense" And Misbah insisted: "The game is over and credit should be given to the England team for the way they bowled and got us out "That was a super spell by all their bowlers especially after lunch "That happened it’s gone —now we have to focus on the coming game" Pakistan’s four-man attack have tired badly in the latter stages of recent Tests although they could be bolstered at The Oval by the inclusion of Iftikhar Ahmed a top-order batsman who bowls off-spin in place of the struggling Mohammad Hafeez Were that to happen Azhar Ali would likely be promoted to open alongside Sami Aslam "It’s tough for them to recover with that big workload" said Misbah of his frontline attack "But these fast bowlers need to really step up and show what they are made of in this last Test match "It will be tough to stage a comeback but it’s not impossible "Don’t write us off" With Iraqi forces recapturing the key town of Hawija on Thursday the Islamic State in that country stands considerably weakened The militant group once held one-third of Iraqi territory but it has suffered loss after loss this year and now only controls a slither of land in the Euphrates Valley near the Syrian border In a further blow to the Islamic State about 1000 of its militants surrendered to Iraqi forces USA Today reported This indicates that the militant group is fast collapsing and is unable to defend its territory Iraqi forces take a position against Islamic State at Hawija AP The decisive blow for the Islamic State in Iraq had come in July this year after Iraqi forces captured Mosul the largest city in the ‘caliphate’ proclaimed by it The group — whose motto was "remain and expand" — has not conquered new areas around the core of its "caliphate" since 2015 but has lost thousands of fighters and is less attractive to foreign jihadists than it once was according to AFP The recapturing of Hawija assumes particular importance for Iraq in the context of the recent Kurdish referendum as pointed out by a Reuters report The Iraqi state suffered a setback in the referendum as the Kurdish minority voted overwhelmingly in support for autonomy The Islamic State is also losing ground in Raqqa in Syria the de-facto capital of the ‘caliphate’ Syrian forces announced on 20 September that its assault on Raqqa is almost complete with almost 80 percent of the city captured as reported byBBC A CNBC report points out that the militant outfit has also suffered huge financial losses in the recent past According to the report US airstrikes halved the Islamic State’s oil and natural sales which are a major source of revenue for them A reduction in revenue has led them to introduce a plethora of fines and taxes on its captives Some of these taxes and fines have been levied on absurd things such as ‘exit fees’ for leaving a city and fines for not answering questions on the Quran correctly South Korea’s Moon says it is time for North Korea to decide – dialogue or not | Reuters World Reuters Jul 06 2017 21:51:49 IST Comment 0 Tweet This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed Published Date: Jul 06 2017 21:51 PM | Updated Date: Jul 06 2017 21:51 PM Tags : #Reuters Also See Madrid: No charges were brought against French wonder kid Theo Hernandez on Tuesday after a complaint of sexual assault had been made against the 19-year-old whilst on holiday in Marbella a judicial source confirmed File image of Theo Hernandez Twitter: @theo3_theo The court in the southern Spanish city "decided to provisionally dismiss the case" indicating there "had been no signs of a crime" a spokesperson for the Andalusian High Court of Justice told AFP The plaintiff named as 22-year-old reality TV personality Luisa Kremleva by various Spanish media outlets can still appeal the decision Kremleva confirmed she has known Hernandez for "a long time" and posted pictures of injuries to her hands and knees on social media site Instagram claiming they had been caused by the footballer before later deleting the images Hernandez currently owned by Atletico Madrid was on holiday in the popular resort after an outstanding season on loan with Alaves which has attracted the attention of European champions Real Madrid The left-back looks set to become the first player to cross the Madrid divide in 17 years with a 30 million euro ($34 million) fee reportedly having been agreed between the two clubs However his decision to go on holiday following Alaves’ 3-1 Copa del Rey final defeat to Barcelona had already drawn criticism as he had failed to report for duty with the French under-21 squad "without explanation" according to coach Sylvain Ripoll Born in Marseille but raised in Spain sports daily Marca reported this week that the player wants to play his international football for Spain His elder brother Lucas Hernandez 21 also an Atletico player was ordered to do 31 days of community service alongside his ex-girlfriend following a case of domestic violence in February He was also ordered not to contact the woman for a period of six months By: Reuters | Madrid | Updated: May 12 2017 2:16 am Andy Murray surrendered his serve in the seventh game giving Borna Coric three break points (Source: Reuters) Top News World number one Andy Murray crashed out of the Madrid Open in the third round on Thursday to 20-year-old Borna Coric in straight sets (6-3 6-3) The Briton who was thrashed 6-3 6-1 by the Croatian in the Dubai Championships in 2015 performed poorly in the first set and after recovering in the second he then surrendered his serve in the seventh game giving Coric three break points World No 59 Coric who won his first ATP title earlier this year in the Grand Prix Hassan II in Marrakech took the second break point to serve out for the match sending last year’s finalist and two-time Madrid winner Murray packing “It feels great I don’t know how I did it but I played perfect during the game and I’m very happy about it” Coric told Television Espanola “I couldn’t imagine this when I woke up this morning I always believed but I wasn’t sure how I was going to play but in the end I played as I had dreamed” World No 2 Novak Djokovic also reached the quarter-finals of the Madrid Open on Thursday with a straight set victory (6-4 7-5) over Feliciano Lopez Djokovic who won the tournament last year had fewer problems against the 35-year-old Spaniard than in his three-set second round test with Nicolas Almagro a day earlier taking the first set 6-4 before breaking in the 12th game of the second to avoid a tie-break Rain in the Spanish capital meant the roof on the Manolo Santana court was closed for the game slowing down Lopez’s powerful serve to the advantage of the Serb who recently split from his long-term coach Marian Vajda Djokovic joins David Goffin in the quarter-finals after the Belgian beat Milos Raonic 6-4 6-2 along with Kei Nishikori who saw off David Ferrer of Spain 6-4 6-3 Crowd-favourite Rafael Nadal the only remaining Spaniard in the tournament plays Australian Nick Kyrgios later on Thursday For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Los Angeles | Published: May 8 2016 6:34 pm Idris Elba has joined Jessica Chastain in “Molly’s Game” about a world-class skier who started running high-stakes card games after failing to make the Olympics Related News “Luther” star Idris Elba has joined Jessica Chastain in “Molly’s Game” about a world-class skier who started running high-stakes card games after failing to make the Olympics Oscar-winning screenwriter Aaron Sorkin who adapted the movie from Molly Bloom’s memoir of the same name will make his directorial debut with the film reported the Entertainment Weekly Chastain 39 will play the lead role of Bloom who ran an exclusive poker game attended by Hollywood stars athletes business tycoons and Russian mobsters for years before she was arrested by the FBI Elba 43 will portray her criminal defense lawyer “The casting of Jessica and Idris in the two lead roles is any filmmaker’s dream come true They’re two of the greatest actors of their generation paired for the first time and their chemistry will be electric” Sorkin said while announcing the news For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related News
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