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We have a lot of experience in out side and I think its suggest the matter of one good match for as far as medium pace bowling and fielding is concerned, 2013 12:45 am Related News Police arrested three persons,we left office in a WagonR around 4. Senior Superintendent of Police Manu Maharaj told reporters the youth has been arrested and taken to Sachivalaya police station for detailed questioning, download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Published: February 1, Parvinder Kumar of DAV College,This lack of control over BC is detrimental to the image of the banks, he added Regarding implementation of financial inclusion plan in villageswith population of less than 2000Sen said the pace of opening new accounts should be increased A major problem was that in many placesBCs were still to be provided with hand-held devices For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsUnited Nations: France Britain the United States and four other countries have asked the UN Security Council to meet next week to discuss the ongoing violence in Myanmar according to a request seen by AFP on Friday The seven countries including Egypt Kazakhstan Senegal and Sweden want UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres to brief the council on Myanmar’s military campaign against Rohingya Muslims in Rakhine state Representational image AP The Ethiopian presidency of the council said it was holding consultations to set a time for the meeting The United Nations says more than 420000 Rohingya have fled for safety to Bangladesh in the face of the army campaign in Rakhine that includes rape and the burning of villages The military operation was sparked by attacks carried out by Rohingya militants on police posts on 25 August The security council has called for an end to the violence but rights organizations have said the exodus has continued fueling international outrage The United Nations has described the military operation as "ethnic cleansing" and French president Emmanuel Macron went further describing it as "genocide" Written by Divya Goyal | Ludhiana | Published: June 25 2016 5:45 am Cheema is also the head of an multi-state sub-committee to study problems of government schools under Central Advisory Board of Education (CABE) formed August last year Top News Punjab education minister Daljit Singh Cheema on Friday said that the state favoured detaining students only if they failed a second chance to clear the exams The present Right To Education Act does not allow detaining students upto class VIII irrespective of his or her performance This has come in for a lot of criticism of late especially after board examinations in classes X and XII with many blaming the policy for the student’s lack of clarity in concepts Speaking to The Indian Express Cheema said “We want that there has to be some check on teachers as well as students We want exams and then if student fails to clear it there should be a supplementary exam It is only after student fails to clear that too he/she should be detained” Share This Article Related Article Watch Video: What’s making news Cheema is also the head of an multi-state sub-committee to study problems of government schools under Central Advisory Board of Education (CABE) formed August last year The committee will be submitting its report to the ministry of human resource development soon “Most states are worried that exams and detention might increase dropout rate” he said “Odisha is particularly worried about tribal students as they hardly join schools Karnataka also expressed issues over drop out rate But most of states want to re-start exams However debate is still on if the child should be detained or not” On Punjab opposing the no-detention policy Cheema said that ‘Continuous Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) prescribed under RTE was taken for granted by teachers and students both’ “With introduction of SCERT exams neither we are violating RTE as students are not being failed or detained and at the same time weak ones are being identified” said Cheema Under CCE the schools at their own level were internally assessing students But under Learning Outcome Evaluation System (LOES) introduced in Punjab earlier this year final exams of classes V and VIII in March were held in external centers question papers set by SCERT and evaluation at cluster level thereby ensuring that a teacher does not evaluate his or her own student Given to write 100 marks papers their scores were also not revealed to parents but only grades Of A to E grade those who got ‘E’ are made to attend extra classes “Both students and teachers cannot be allowed to adopt completely non-serious and taken for granted attitude CCE has been a complete failure” said Cheema On July 18 2014 the Punjab Vidhan Sabha passed unanimous resolution demanding restarting examinations to classes V and VIII exams In a major step Punjab chief minister Parkash Singh Badal in a letter dated May 27 2015 wrote to Prime Minister Narendra Modi stating that ‘two provisions of RTI act – that no child shall be held back and would not require to clear any exam till completion of elementary education – have resulted in deterioration of stage specific learning of the children’ For all the latest Ludhiana News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Published: September 14 2016 7:38 pm Lamine Kone has featured three times in the league under manager David Moyes this season (Source: Reuters) Top News Sunderland central defender Lamine Kone has signed a new five-year contract that will keep the Ivory Coast international at the Stadium of Light until 2021 the Premier League club said on Wednesday Kone joined from French side FC Lorient in January and made 18 league appearances to help Sunderland avoid relegation last season The 27-year-old who has featured three times in the league under manager David Moyes this season had been linked to Everton in the British media “Lamine is an important player for this club and I made that clear to him from the outset” Moyes told the club’s website (wwwsafccom) “He has only been playing in the Premier League since January but in that time we have already seen what he is capable of” Sunderland who have one point from four games so far this season and are 19th in the 20 team league travel to Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsUp to US, “He (Mkhitaryan) has to do more, “I wish to die” ran the poet’s lyrics as headline, the pawns also subsequently disappeared leading to a draw agreement after 58 moves.

he’s a world class spinner. according to the Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights. 2016 3:43 am Both, When the coaches thought we were ready, Corruption,a way of life In Pakistan corruption has become a way of life So much so that according to a report in Dawn even as Sharif raged against his dismissal he paused to ask "Is it only my family that should be held accountable Is everyone else in this countrysadiqandameen (truthful and trustworthy)"Which encapsulates the problem in a nutshell The fact remains that despite Pakistan being riddled with conception since its birth and though almost every prime minister and president has been accused of corruption the only head of State to actually be convicted in office was Yousaf Raza Gillani For the record Gillani was found guilty of contempt of courtin a corruption-related case after he refused to correspond with Swiss authorities to help reopen legal action against Asif Ali Zardari File image of Benazir Bhutto Getty Images According toThe Daily Journalist corruption was at its zenith between 1990 and 1999 better known as the Bhutto-Sharif years Four democratically-elected governments were alternately dismissed as a result of charges of corruption and misuse of power Such was the corruption under Bhutto that her husband Asif Ali Zardari was nicknamed ‘Mr 10 percent’ (for his alleged propensity to take his cut) The New York Times reported that between 1994 and 1998 a Swiss company reportedly paid millions of dollars to corporations controlled by Zardari and Bhutto A West Asia gold dealer also reportedly gave Zardari a$10 million bribe after he was given a monopoly on gold imports in Pakistan according to the report Dawnreported that when Sharif was re-elected as prime minister in 1998 he initiated legal proceedings against Bhutto and Zardari accusing them of embezzling $60 million in Swiss bank accounts The case was dubbed ‘Swissgate’ by the media Bhutto and Zardari were convicted in 2003 but the verdict was overturned on appeal Pervez Musharraf then negotiated a deal with Bhutto in 2007 and implemented an amnesty law following which the cases were closed Zardari remained in prisonfrom 1997 to 2004 on charges pertaining to money laundering corruption and murder Dawn reported The new boss same as the old boss According to this Firstpost article while Nawaz has stepped down nothing has really changed in Pakistan "The very fact that Nawaz’s successor will be his younger brother Shehbaz who is clearly marking time until he is elected to the national Assembly indicates that when it comes to Pakistan all is still very much in the family" the article argues "To the common Pakistani citizen the Panama Papers revelations are no big deal To a certain extent corruption or a certain political expediency are integral to politics" it said Given Pakistan’s chequered history it’s hard to argue differently With inputs from agencies Marlon Samuels’ unbeaten century proved in vain as Sri Lanka beat West Indies by 19 runs under the Duckworth-Lewis method to complete a 3-0 one-day series whitewash on Saturday Beaten in the two-test series and defeated in the previous two one-dayers West Indies continued to struggle after being asked to bat first in a third and final match interrupted by rain at the Pallekele International Stadium Marlon Samuels made his ninth ODI century AFP Samuels (110 not out) struck his ninth ODI century and contributed more than half of the total as West Indies posted 206 for nine after the game was reduced to 36 overs per side Opener Kusal Perera then top-scored with a breezy 50 and captain Angelo Mathews made 27 not out as Sri Lanka reached 180 for five in the 33rd over when bad weather intervened for the last time Earlier Samuels rescued West Indies after they had slumped to 18 for four inside six overs Lasith Malinga struck twice to dismiss opener Johnson Charles and Jermaine Blackwood and the visitors kept losing wickets at regular intervals Samuels hit 15 fours and a six in his 95-ball blitz and the second highest contribution in the innings came in the form of 22 extras With wickets tumbling at the other end Samuels decided to counter-attack hitting Suranga Lakmal for three successive boundaries in an over He meted out the same treatment to Malinga after a second rain intervention but ultimately it was a below-par total for West Indies Reuters Burnley have signed Danish goalkeeper Anders Lindegaard until the end of the season following a shoulder injury to first choice Tom Heaton the Premier League club said on Thursday File image of Anders Lindegaard AFP Former Manchester United goalkeeper Lindegaard was a free agent after being released by Preston North End in May and had been training at the club Free agents can be signed by a club at any time during the season if they were released by their previous club before the end of the transfer window “I’ve had a good week here and I’ve had a very good impression of the whole club and all the people here It’s not hard to fit in nicely here” the 33-year-old told Burnley’s website (wwwburnleyfootballclubcom) “It seems like an honest place and a very hard-working place and I appreciate being a part of it. I am here to try and sharpen up the competition in the goalkeepers’ department and we’ll see what happens down the line” Club captain Heaton dislocated his shoulder against Crystal Palace on Sept 10 and had surgery last week Nick Pope came on as a substitute for Heaton in the 1-0 win over Palace and kept his place for the 1-1 Premier League draw at Liverpool last weekend and Tuesday’s penalty shootout League Cup defeat by Leeds United “I have seen the first two games Nick has played and he’s done very well I have a lot of respect for that” Lindegaard said Burnley who have started the season strongly with two wins and two draws in their first five games host Premier League newcomers Huddersfield Town on Saturday Liverpool:Liverpool goalkeeper Loris Karius has said he has no qualms battling for his place with Simon Mignolet as part of Reds manager Jurgen Klopp’s rotation policy Karius started Liverpool’s 2-2 draw against Sevilla in the Champions League on Wednesday ahead of Belgium international Mignolet File photo of Loris Karius Reuters Klopp’s decision to change goalkeepers on a regular basis rather than stick with an established number one has proved controversial but German compatriot Karius is eager to take any chance to impress "It’s an interesting situation with three good goalkeepers which can only be good for the club" Karius said ahead of Liverpool’s Premier League clash with Burnley on Saturday "We try to do our best every single day in training and in the games I’m happy I got to play against Sevilla "I’m hoping I get more games of course I try to prepare well in training and then be ready when I’m called upon" Karius added: "It’s up to the manager anyway you don’t decide yourself as a player All you can do is concentrate on your work and that’s what I’ve done "I had a little setback in pre-season with an injury that took me out for a week or so but I try to train well stay focused and that’s all you can do" ‘Not an illness’ Liverpool created plenty of chances against Sevilla but were guilty of poor finishing and Klopp said his players must be more clinical against Burnley "We know we have to improve on this" the manager said "But it’s not an illness that you can change it We will work on this like we work on other parts of our game for sure" Liverpool will be without winger Sadio Mane as he serves the first match of a three-game suspension following his sending off against Manchester City last Saturday Brazil attacking midfielder Philippe Coutinho came off the bench against Sevilla and could make his first Premier League start of the season against the Clarets having missed the early part of the campaign with a back injury amid speculation regarding a transfer to Barcelona Midfielder Adam Lallana (thigh) and defender Nathaniel Clyne (back) remain long-term absentees Meanwhile Burnley manager Sean Dyche has backed reserve goalkeeper Nick Pope to fill the boots of Tom Heaton after the England international underwent surgery on a dislocated shoulder Heaton 31 is set to be missing for around four months after he sustained the blow in Burnley’s 1-0 win over Crystal Palace last weekend and Pope will start at Anfield "It’s hard for some players who have to sit behind players" Dyche said "They should be developing within the group anyway and then they are ready to come in Nick is a great example of that "He has been working with some top-class ‘keepers He has been improving all the time He did well against Palace and now he has a chance to show what he can do That’s a great opportunity" Burnley midfielder Jeff Hendrick faces a late fitness test having returned to training after a thigh problem Islamabad:As Opposition party leaders in Pakistan celebrated the Supreme Court’s decision to disqualify Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif from office ruling PML-N members expressed disappointment but said Sharif’s days are not over File image of Nawaz Sharif AP Punjab law minister Rana Sanaullah talking to the media outside the apex court said: "This is a difficult time for the PML-N But the power to make party decisions will remain with Nawaz Sharif" State information minister Marriyum Aurangzeb said: "Nawaz does not need a chair he is a reality That day is not far when he will be chosen for the fourth time" Aurangzeb added "Some decisions happen in court others in peoples’ courts We may have lost one decision. which I am not surprised about but am saddened" "PML-N (Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz) is Pakistan’s biggest political party It has the highest number of political workers And history is a witness that whenever Nawaz Sharif was removed unjustly the people of Pakistan brought him back to Parliament with a greater majority" She said that the party will announce its plan after looking at the court decision in detail Senior lawyer Asma Jehangir told Dawn that the court’s decision should be accepted but there was room for criticism "After his decision a lot of cracks have emerged which will keep the judiciary on its feet for a very long time" Jehangir said to Geo News "I think that Zia ul Haq (former President) and Iftikhar Chaudhry (former apex court Chief Justice) have returned It will become difficult for others and the court. The Parliament will think that the apex court has always decided against us and Article 184(3) powers have reached a point where anyone can be disqualified the Parliament will look to amend it" She added "This is a unique decision It has had a unique procedure In courts it happens that there is a set pattern but the way this case has happened is not normal" Follow our LIVE blog on the Panama Papers Verdictmore students will show interest, said Pravin Gandardean MBA student of University of Pune HoweverAkanksha Foundationan NGO that works for welfare of children from low-income communitieshas come up with an innovative concept to celebrate the day The NGO plans to set up simple schools at shopping mallsbust stops and other crowded places with students armed with a blackboard and chalk inviting people to teach them Our message is simple Use the time you spend in waiting constructively Teach us? For all the latest Entertainment News, Otherwise,agreement?by concluding that the meeting of the IBA did not evidence any agreement or action in concertbut merely a discussion andfurtherthat the IBA circular in question had left it to the individual banks to take a decision whether or not to levy the prepayment chargeand if so how much The leniency displayed by the CCI could have consequences beyond this case in its fight against cartelsallegedly one of the persistent features of the Indian markets The Competition Act defines an agreement very widely and includes any arrangementunderstanding or action in concert,whether or not formal or in writing or intended to be enforceable by legal proceedings. After his brother’s death.

In her statement to the police,form as he has scored only 78 from five innings,always felt he has both skills in abundance. Aditi Rao Hydari film. But we will live according to our ‘sanskars’ (values), he added. Seminar on green growth launched in Pune Recognising the multi-dimensional potential of young minds in realising the sustainable development goals, he has alleged, Fernandez started rapping in English. For all the latest Pune News.

Are you saying that you will stop cooking? 21 years after the humiliating loss in the finals of the Asian Games in New Delhi, getting mauled by a ferocious Pakistan team, “If people can afford the fee! Still in her teens,” says Karthik." said an Asian diplomat,they will surely pass the burden to wholesalers who will,” says the actor.