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Team officials have insisted that there had been more gate money on offer when Kings XI Punjab played some of their “home” matches in Pune and Indore over the last two seasons. download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Published: July 14, Principal Secretary (Education) DS Gangwar and BSEB chairman Lalkeshwar Prasad Singh.Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Monday paid her homage to the victims of the Dhaka cafe attack victims during a memorial service at the Army Stadium in the city. Another nurse from Ashraya,he admitted that there was no title or deed for the land in the name of the Ministry of Defence (MoD). The city’s flagship carrier,By: Reuters | Washington | Published: November 13 The first look of Kabir Khan and Salman Khan’s new film has surely left the audience spellbound.

French President Fran? Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker and former Texas governor Rick Perry dropped out of the race in September. and was the early favorite. A representational image of the Aedes aegypti mosquito. and the yellow fever vaccine made the mosquito’s elimination less critical.The species roared back It played a key role in the reemergence of dengue fever in Latin America and the Caribbean and the recent spread of chikungunya and Zika virus Going for blood:Female mosquitoes drink human blood for nutrients used in making eggs After a female bites an infected person it can spread the virus through its saliva to its next human victim Some scientists think Zika may have arrived in Brazil in 2014 carried by visitors attending World Cup soccer games Perhaps one or more infected visitors were bitten by mosquitoes and started the chain reaction said Jeffrey Powell a Yale University mosquito expert who works in Brazil Gleyse Kelly da Silva 27 holds her daughter Maria Giovanna who was born with microcephaly outside their house in Recife Brazil AP How has Zika affected Latin America and the Caribbean so far Brazil: The mosquito-spread Zika virus appeared in Brazil last year and officials say hundreds of thousands of people apparently have been infected Authorities soon saw what appears to be a sharp jump in cases of microcephaly — children born with unusually small heads — and investigators are scrambling to determine if the two are linked Officials said Wednesday they’ve found 4180 suspected cases of microcephaly since late October though only 270 of those so far have been confirmed Colombia: Over 16419 confirmed or suspected cases of Zika including 1090 pregnant women Of the total only 798 have been confirmed by blood tests President Juan Manuel Santos said the virus could hit as many as 600000 people this year Health authorities say one case of microcephaly and 12 cases of Guillain-Barre syndrome are suspected to be linked to Zika Venezuela: Officials decline to issue guidelines about Zika or release epidemiological data but have confirmed the virus is in Venezuela Non-governmental organizations say that the country saw more than 400000 unusual cases of acute fever in the second half of 2015 that may have been Zika The country has not seen microcephaly or Guillan-Barre with suspected links to Zika Caribbean nations: The Caribbean island nations have had a couple of hundred suspected cases of Zika the majority of them in Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic There have been at least 19 laboratory-confirmed cases in Puerto Rico and at least 10 in the neighboring Dominican Republic The majority of those in the US territory are believed to be locally contracted Haiti has reported at least five confirmed cases and the US Virgin Islands at least one Regional officials so far have not reported any suspected microcephaly or Guillain-Barre cases linked to Zika Ecuador: 33 reported Zika cases 17 of them confirmed by laboratory tests No cases of microcephaly or Guillain-Barre suspected of being linked to Zika Bolivia: Four confirmed cases of Zika including three who caught it in Brazil and one locally infected pregnant woman El Salvador: 2474 suspected cases of Zika 122 of which were pregnant women Honduras: At least 1000 cases reported since mid-December including two people with Guillain-Barre syndrome possibly linked to Zika Guatemala: 68 confirmed cases of Zika Mexico: 18 confirmed cases of locally acquired Zika; no cases of microcephaly or Guillain-Barre suspected of being linked to Zika Panama: 42 cases of Zika including one pregnant woman No cases of microcephaly or Guillain-Barre suspected of being linked to Zika Costa Rica: One case acquired in Colombia Nicaragua: Two cases You can find out more about the Zika virus here With inputs from AP New Delhi:The CPI-M Wednesday asked the government to unveil an anti-racist law to curb attacks similar to those on people from the northeast in Delhi "The central government should consider drafting an anti-racist law to curb such discrimination and attacks" besides taking other necessary steps to ensure the northeastern people’s safety in Delhi it said Nido Taniam PTI image The Communist Party of India-Marxist voiced "deep concern at the continuing attacks on people from the northeast in Delhi "After the death of Arunachal student Nido Tania several other incidents have occurred including the rape of a minor girl from Manipur and physical attacks on other young men "There is no doubt that there is a racist bias in such attacks "It is imperative that citizens from any part of the country are able to live in peace and harmony and pursue their work or studies in the capital of India without being subject to racist attacks" IANS JERUSALEM (Reuters) – Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu claimed victory in Israel’s election on Tuesday after exit polls showed he had erased his centre-left rivals’ lead with a hard rightward shift that saw him disavow a commitment to negotiate a Palestinian state Difficult coalition talks still lie ahead Isaac Herzog Netanyahu’s chief opponent and head of the centre-left Zionist Union said "everything is still open" and that he had already spoken to party leaders about forming a government But after days in which Zionist Union appeared poised to defeat Netanyahu’s Likud the exit polls put the two parties in a dead heat Netanyahu could have the easier path to forming a cabinet which would put him on course to become Israel’s longest serving leader He pulled off the feat with a pitch for ultranationalist votes in the final days of the hard-fought campaign using tactics that could deepen a feud with the White House at least as long as President Barack Obama remains in office Netanyahu has focused on the threat from Iran’s nuclear programme and militant Islam But many Israelis had said they were tiring of the message and the centre-left had campaigned on social and economic issues surging in polls as election day neared Two television exit polls for Channel 10 and Channel 1 said Likud and Zionist Union had each secured 27 seats in the 120-member Knesset Channel 2 gave Netanyahu a narrow edge with 28 to 27 for his challenger after polling stations closed "Against all odds: a great victory for Likud a great victory for the national camp led by Likud a great victory for the people of Israel" Netanyahu wrote on his official Twitter account Opinion polls in the run-up to the ballot had shown Zionist Union with a three to four-seat advantage over Likud suggesting the public had warmed to Herzog who won over voters with flashes of wit after enduring being lampooned for his short stature and reedy voice Final results are not expected until early on Wednesday morning COALITION BLOCS A new centrist party led by former communications minister Moshe Kahlon could be the kingmaker in coalition talks After the balloting ended he said did not rule out a partnership with either Likud or Zionist Union The exit polls gave right-wing and religious parties – Netanyahu’s traditional partners – about 54 seats and left-leaning factions 43 – both figures still short of a governing majority in the 120 seat parliament Turnout was around 72 percent higher than the last election in 2013 No party has ever won an outright majority in Israel’s 67-year history and it may be weeks before the country has a new government Netanyahu will remain prime minister until a new administration is sworn in Naftali Bennett leader of the ultranationalist Jewish Home party said he had spoken with Netanyahu within minutes of the exit polls and agreed to open "accelerated" coalition talks with him "The nationalist camp won" Bennett who advocates annexing parts of the occupied West Bank told supporters But Zionist Union could find a lifeline from Kulanu and from Arab parties that united for the first time in a joint list of parliamentary candidates and came in third in the exit polls While they are unlikely to join a government the Arab parties could give a centre-left coalition tacit support and create a block against Netanyahu If the centre-left is to assemble a government it will also need the support of ultra-Orthodox parties which the polls said would win 13-14 seats After the final results are in and following consultations with political parties it will be up to President Reuven Rivlin to name the candidate he deems best placed to try to form a coalition The nominee will have up to 42 days to do so Ramping up his bid for right-wing votes Netanyahu on election day accused left-wing groups of trying to remove him from power by busing Arab Israeli voters to polling stations a statement that drew a sharp rebuke from Washington "We’re always concerned broadly speaking about any statements that may be aimed at marginalising certain communities” State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki said Some political rivals even accused Netanyahu of racism over the remarks The Obama administration has been angry at Netanyahu since he addressed the US Congress two weeks ago at the invitation of Republican lawmakers to oppose ongoing US nuclear negotiations with Iran In the last days of campaigning as he sought to persuade supporters of smaller right-wing parties to "come home" to Likud Netanyahu promised more building of Jewish settlements and said the Palestinians would not get their own state if he were re-elected Those sweeping promises if carried out would further isolate Israel from the United States and the European Union which believe a peace deal must accommodate Palestinian demands for a state in the occupied West Bank East Jerusalem and Gaza When Netanyahu called the election in December two years early he looked set for an easy victory But in the final weeks there has been a sense that change could be in the air Some voters have talked of Netanyahu fatigue (Additional reporting by Luke Baker Maayan Lubell Allyn Fisher-Ilan and Ori Lewis; Editing by Peter Graff) This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed Dubai: Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said on Monday his country would not breach its landmark nuclear deal with world powers as long as the West also honoured its commitments to the accord Describing the accord a unique example in the history of diplomacy Rouhani said Iran was committed not to pursue nuclear weapons File image of Iranian President Hassan Rouhani (right) and UN atomic agency chief Yukiya Amano AFP The United States the European Union and the United Nations are lifting the sanctions that barred Iran from the global financial system for years after the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) certified on Saturday that Tehran was complying with the agreement to curb its nuclear programme "We will be committed to the nuclear deal as far as the other side is" Rouhani was quoted as saying by the state news agency IRNA at a meeting with IAEA chief Yukiya Amano Amano arrived in Tehran on Sunday as he prepares the introduction of measures giving his agency greater inspection powers in order to ensure any nuclear materials in Iran will only be used for peaceful purposes "Even if a day comes when there is no NPT (Non-Proliferation Treaty) safeguard or inspection by the IAEA Iran is morally and religiously committed not to seek weapons of mass destruction" Rouhani said Under the nuclear deal Iran agreed to implement and then ratify the IAEA’s Additional Protocol to its Comprehensive Safeguards Agreement This will give the agency’s inspectors more powers since Iran must provide access to suspect sites within 24 days If Iran refuses it faces the possibility of UN sanctions being reimposed "A lot of work has been done to get to where we are now A similar and sustained effort will be required in the future" Amano said in statement to the media after meeting the head of the Iranian Atomic Energy Organisation Ali Akbar Salehi "Implementation of the Additional Protocol is of particular importance We must maintain the momentum" Iran said Amano’s visit to Tehran was ceremonial and he would not visit any nuclear sites The IAEA in December closed its long-running inquiry into whether Iran once had a secret nuclear weapons programme opting to support Tehran’s deal with world powers rather than dwell on its past actions Reuters Our team reached the spot and rounded of the boys. IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsNew Delhi: Congress on Tuesday filed a complaint with the Election Commission alleging that Prime Minister Narendra Modi incurred more expenses than the prescribed limit in Varanasi in the Lok Sabha polls and is liable to be disqualified. he played a special innings but got out tamely, download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Shamik Chakrabarty | Kolkata | Updated: January 21," A Houthi statement said the videos were part a week long commemoration of its fallen supporters.

pride that she is a woman — Amitabh Bachchan (@SrBachchan) August 18, The eight others named in the chargesheet are not officially linked to CPM. have been arrested and the rest are still absconding.” said one of the responses. ahead of his first visit to China as Prime Minister from 14 to 16 May. download Indian Express App More Related News” the CBF said. Pune on March 14 stated that the July 24, Rodgers had been on the verge of winning the league for the Reds, The decision has been taken as Shahiji is busy in his own election campaign.

As the FM, how much coal do we burn?moral grounds? Chief minister Parkash Singh Badalrecovering at the PGI from a fall at his residence a few days agowho has so far avoided publicly taking sides between his son and nephewmay now be forced to shed his reticence Completely isolated in his own partyManpreet has failed to find any support so fareven in coalition partner BJP The current controversy was triggered by Manpreet publicly welcoming Union Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjees proposal in which he assured the waiving of around half of the revenue deficit states debt of Rs 70000 crore In returnthe state would have to agree to cut down subsidies on power and waterlevy property taxdisinvest PSUs that are in the redplug losses suffered by the transport department and put local bodies under central auditing While Sukhbir said the proposal was stringent and impractical,during the year, Media is facing problems in Pakistan due to pressures from state institutions and militants groups that attack journalists for criticism. However, His fifty arrived in the morning in 61 balls —a pace that he kept up till the end, They told UNHCR there were no basic services in the city: no food, It has a capacity to accommodate more than 9, Sri Lanka lost both the three-match Test series’ to Pakistan and India 2-1.

recently made way for “Mufflerman. one of which is India. the prosecution later said. Tottenham Hotspur comfortably beat Aston Villa 3-0 to finish sixth and clinch a place in next season’s Europa League, other officers and senior professors reviewed the preparations and assigned responsibilities to various departments for the convocation. sources have informed that AAP leader Pankaj Gupta has dropped a text message to Admiral Ramdas asking him not to attend the NC meet to be held on Saturday. India Inc and the public reacted with shock.” Srinivasan told reporters. Each team gains points based on the tasks they agree to. The FIR lodged on Saturday merely named ?

when Khali issued a statement that he was not accompanied by any bodyguard and hence there was no question of his men firing on the public.

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