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download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Dr Ashwani Kumar | New Delhi | Updated: March 20, the prosecuting agency, They had also raised the issue of the abolition of special chances.thus, But now of course, 2016 15:37 PM Tags : #Australia #Chris Morris #Dinesh Ramdin #Glenn Maxwell #Hashim Amla #ICC wt20 2016 #James Faulkner #Pakista #Quinton De Kock #Shoaib Malik #South Africa #Steve Smith #West Indies Also See By: PTI | Mumbai | Updated: October 20,it’s unfolding into an interesting battle 1700 hrs IST: Stosur maintains her cool under pressure to take the opening set against Linette 7-5 1650 hrs IST: Stat check!Last time Roger Federer won the title was in Olympic year – 2012 And it’s 2016 – Rio Games 1647 hrs IST:Linette is locked 5-5 with Stosur in the opening set This is turning out to be a marathonset for Stosur 1645 hrs IST: Quick venue guide Here’s a look at where your favourite tennis players will be in action in the whites 1643 hrs IST: So we know who won the first point Any guesses who will seal the last Early days but never late for a wild guess Leave your option in the comments box below Ready Play The first point of The Championships 2016 goes to Daria Kasatkina But who will win the last #Wimbledon — Wimbledon (@Wimbledon) 27 June 2016 1640 hrs IST: Baker kicks off the second set with a comfortable hold of serve against Cilic 1637 hrs IST: Meanwhile the Centre Court all in readiness for the Djokovic vs James Ward Centre Court is ready for you @DjokerNole and @JamesWardtennis…#Wimbledonhttp://s.tco/f6kBXsGhsX — Wimbledon (@Wimbledon) 27 June 2016 1636 hrs IST:Cilic holds serve and with that hold he seals the first set vs Baker in 25 minutes 1634 hrs IST: Early break for Cilic and he opens a two-game lead in thefirst set 5-3 up he’ll now serve for the set 1629 hrs IST:Lisicki takes the opening set against Rogers 6-1 Elsewhere Cilic holds serve to make it 4-3 against Baker 1627 hrs IST: In women’s singles Lisicki is dominating Rogers 5-1 in the first set of her first game on the greens 1624 hrs IST: Cilic is up against Baker in the opening round and he leads 3-2 1622 hrs IST: Officially underway The players have taken to court and The Championships 2016 is officially underway#Wimbledon http://s.tco/0Lzhwddq8j — Wimbledon (@Wimbledon) 27 June 2016 1620 hrs IST: And we get underway on the greens The sun’s out get the strawberries and the cream as the year’s most-awaited Grand Slam is here The build-up Novak Djokovic eyes fourth Wimbledon title Novak Djokovic currently holds all four majors (Source: AP) Having finally rid himself of his French Open curse Novak Djokovic is chasing a third successive Wimbledon title to move one step closer to the first calendar Grand Slam in 47 years Murray detects British buzz ahead of Wimbledon Andy Murray lifted a record fifth Queen’s title earlier this month (Source: Reuters) World number two Andy Murray believes he might not be the only British player to thrive at this year’s Wimbledon and has backed some of the other 14 local hopefuls to make their mark at the grasscourt grand slam ‘Pressure What pressure’ Serena Williams lost to Spain’s arbine Muguruza in the French Open final (Source: Reuters) Serena Williams gave little away on Sunday as she assessed her chances of retaining her Wimbledon title and dismissed suggestions that she is under any pressure For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsPARIS/ALGIERS (Reuters) – French President Emmanuel Macron is likely to use a visit to Algeria on Wednesday to look to the future and turn the page on the colonial past but stop short of apologising for his country’s actions as some demand French President Emmanuel Macron attends a press conference at the Elysee Palace following a meeting in Paris France December 2017 REUTERS/Etienne Laurent/PoolThe trauma of the 1954-1962 independence war in which hundreds of thousands of Algerians were killed and tortured was used on both sides has left deep scars Former French leader Francois Hollande sought a more conciliatory tone describing his country’s colonization of Algeria as “brutal and unfair” and Macron is unlikely to go further With President Abdelaziz Bouteflika rarely seen in public since a 2013 stroke Macron will focus on the generational shift and importance of enhanced economic and security within that context On a visit to Algeria in February as a candidate Macron 39 already shocked many at home when he said France’s 132-year colonial rule was a “crime against humanity” “The president had strong words It was appreciated by Algerians but today the idea is to turn the page and build a new relationship with Algeria” a French presidential source said adding that youth was his key message During a three-day tour in Africa last week Macron again addressed the colonial past While recognising the crimes of the European colonisers he also pointed to the positives of the era and made clear that his generation should not be blamed Facing high unemployment low oil prices austerity and political uncertainty Algeria’s youth is likely to warm to Macron’s call to look to the future more than the war veterans “It’s very difficult to have a relationship between one partner (Macron) that is young vibrant and wants renewal and the other partner (Bouteflika) who represents such a severe contrast” said Pierre Vermeren a North Africa specialist at the Paris Sorbonne university Economic ties between the two countries have marginally progressed since 2012 and France is now behind China as the main partner Annual trade stands at about 8 billion euros compared with 636 billion five years ago More than 400000 Algerians are given visas for France annually almost twice as many as in 2012 “If Macron makes it easier to get a visa that will be great for me As for the history stuff I really don’t care” said Slimane Khalifa 25 who is an engineer at a state firm POST-BOUTEFLIKA TEST Political jostling around Bouteflika has intensified as his health has waned fuelling questions about the transition if he steps down before his term ends in 2019 With more than 4 million people of Algerian origin in France all with ties to the North African state any upheaval across the Mediterranean would have a serious impact on Paris “Macron’s biggest foreign policy test could be Algeria because the state of Bouteflika’s health is a worry and potentially what happens after could have huge ramifications on us” said a French diplomat Macron’s “friendship” visit downgraded from an official visit is also an opportunity to appease some anger in Algiers after he travelled first to arch-rival Morocco earlier this year a taboo for previous French leaders Many hope Macron will go one step further when it comes to the past “France should not only apologise but also pay for its crimes during occupation” Lakhdar Brahimi retired diplomat and close friend of the 80-year-old Bouteflika said last week Brahimi like Bouteflika belongs to the war veterans who fought against French occupation and among that generation Macron is seen as his last chance for history to remember Bouteflika as the man who obtained an official apology However it remains a sensitive issue across France and Macron’s comments in February led to a drop in poll ratings and uproar across various strands of society forcing him to clarify his stance With the generational change yet to take place Macron for now needs Algeria to help resolve the crisis in neighbouring Libya and to prevent Islamist militants from stoking problems in the Sahel region where some 4000 French troops roam close to the Algerian border “All the Algerians want is for France and the Barkhane force to get out of Mali and away from its border” said a senior French diplomat This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed President Tayyip Erdogan told US president Donald Trump during his visit to Washington this week that Turkey would act "without asking anyone" if it faced any sort of attack from the Syrian Kurdish YPG militia Turkish media reported on Thursday Trump’s approval before the visit of plans to arm the YPG as it advances towards Islamic State’s Raqqa stronghold had overshadowed talks between the NATO allies but Erdogan did not directly criticise the plan at the White House A file image of Tayyip Erdogan Reuters Later speaking to reporters at the Turkish embassy Erdogan underlined Turkey’s concerns about the YPG which Ankara regards as an extension of the Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) militant group fighting a decades-old insurgency in southeast Turkey "We clearly told them this: if there is any sort of attack from the YPG and PYD against Turkey we will implement the rules of engagement without asking anyone" the Sabah newspaper citing him as saying The PYD is the YPG’s political arm Erdogan said that the United States had made its decision on the subject of the Raqqa operation and that Turkey could not participate given the YPG involvement "We told them. we do not regard your cooperation with a terrorist group in Raqqa as healthy" Erdogan was cited as saying but he said he expected a role for Turkey in Syria "I believe they will knock on our door on the subject of Syria" he said The United States sees the YPG as distinct from the PKK and as a valuable partner in the fight against Islamic State Turkey the United States and the European Union consider the PKK a terrorist organisation "We did some core stability exercises some running and lots of stretching The reason for that was that we didn’t want the players to go to sleep immediately and wanted all to get a good sleep in the timeframe where we are" he said AIFF MediaUpdated: March 8 2014 3:33 am Illustrations: C R Sasikumar Related News What if Kunti from the Mahabharata or Yami sister of Yama moved from the sidelines to centre stage On Women’s Day writers and artistes talk of women characters whose perspectives are seldom shared Chitra Ganesh Artist The character I would like to know more about would be Yami the river goddess of Yamuna She is the twin sister of Yama the deity of death We are familiar with Ganga’s story the river from which Yamuna stems and Yami is often depicted as her darker twin I would love to hear history from her perspective especially given how vital and fraught the river is today Ashok Banker Author I’ve just returned from scripting the Disney adaptation of my Mahabharata series and there is only one strong and courageous lady who comes to mind — Shikhandi She was the only warrior capable of confronting and defeating the mighty Bhishma Also she was a transgender People with biases against LGBT individuals should read the puranas and ask how many Shikandis capable of greatness are suppressed by discriminatory laws and obsolete attitudes Jeet Thayil Author I’m interested in the character of Lolita because we’ve only seen her through the eyes of Humbert Humbert in Nobokov’s novel However as a person Anna Snitkina the wife of Fyodor Dostoyevsky intrigues me She wrote two biographical memoirs on him after his death with the help of letters that he wrote to her his friends and family We don’t know much about her apart from that It would be interesting to know her story and how much of her personal inputs and fabrication went into those memoirs Nalini Malani Artist Cassandra from Greek mythology is my favourite heroine though if I wanted somebody’s story to be told it would be Kunti from the Mahabharata without a doubt Blessed with an unusual boon even Kunti’s husband who was impotent supported her She could conceive children by the gods and that’s something which is unlikely to be accepted even today Also she brought up children who were so different from each other; besides Karna there were Bhim and Arjun She was in a difficult situation but that’s what puts her in a special position Anju Modi Fashion Designer I relate to strong women characters such as Draupadi from the Mahabharata and Meera who was an ardent devotee of Lord Krishna Draupadi was born out of fire and was fierce and strong She was also a good archer and was well-versed in several subjects She fought for her self-respect and emerged victorious Meanwhile Meera is an example of loyalty and devotion These characteristics are relevant even today I believe we should not be dainty darlings but be strong enough to protect ourselves Sooni Taraporevala Screenwriter Photographer and Filmmaker I love Cruella de Vil from101 Dalmatians as a character; she’s so delightfully evil But somebody I’d like to know better would be Apu’s mother Sarbajaya from Satyajit Ray’s The Apu Trilogy (played in the movie by Karuna Banerjee) You only see her as a loving and caring mother but you don’t get to know her; you don’t know about her dreams and desires It would be interesting to see her as an individual and not just as Apu’s mother Kalki Koechlin Actor AS opposed to a character from a book or a film I’d like to talk about a real person a woman from our history who is nearly forgotten Margaret Elizabeth Noble was a prolific Scottish-Irish writer in the late 19th century also known for her work with the churches of Britain At the age of 35 she met Swami Vivekananda and became a disciple She moved to India and dedicated her life to bringing about social reforms in the country especially in Kolkata as Sister Nivedita She opened a girls’ school there and also nursed the plague epidemic patients She fought against her own country for the freedom of India For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: April 24 2013 2:46 am Related News The UT Police rounded up six people on Monday night suspecting their involvement in the assault on two security officials at the fuel station in Sector 56 in the morning But they were soon let off as their involvement was not established Now the police will take assistance of the cyber crime cell The six were involved in a brawl which had happened at the same fuel station on February 22 The six persons who were involved in the brawl which took place two months back were rounded up last night for interrogationbut in vain Mobile numbers of all these six persons have been put on surveillance and their locations at the time of incident is being found out?the CITCO authorities were asked to install CCTV cameras,” Bach said. Bach said no cities would have come forward as candidates to host the 2024 Summer Games had the IOC not passed his “Olympic Agenda 2020” project.
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