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said glowing things about Kumble as a player but nothing about his performance as a coach.captain Virat Kohli and Team Director Ravi Shastri paid rich? On the occasion,The recent visit of the Solicitor General of India to the US and interaction with American authorities regarding Headley reflects the seriousness of the US-India cooperation on global security. He said his recent visits to Pakistan and Bangladesh were also aimed at addressing trans-national issues For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | Greater Noida | Published: March 26 2011 8:51 pm Related News Three vehicles were burnt by farmers at Mirzapur this afternoon demanding adequate compensation for their acquired landofficials said At around 2:30 PM farmers blocked the road and stopped work on Yamuna Expressway When police and Provincial Armed Constabulary men stopped themthe farmers turned violentthey said Agitating farmers pelted stones at the police team and burnt three vehicles Police lathi charged and fired rubber bullets to disburse the mob Farmers claimed over twenty persons were injured due to the alleged police assault on them District Magistrate Deepak Aggarwal said violence can not be tolerated and the farmers should shun violence and come to discussion table to solve the problem For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Updated: December 3 2015 8:17 pm British Tornado bomber jet (Source: AP) Related News British warplanes carried out airstrikes in Syria early Thursday hours after Parliament voted to authorize air attacks against Islamic State group targets there Four Royal Air Force Tornados took off from a British air base in Akrotiri Cyprus shortly after the 397-223 vote by lawmakers in the House of Commons A Ministry of Defense spokesman told the AP the planes had conducted strikes in Syria and details about their targets would be provided later Thursday He spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to give his name when discussing operations The RAF has been launching strikes against IS targets in Iraq since 2014 The decision to expand the campaign to Syria came after an emotional 10 1/2-hour debate in which Prime Minister David Cameron said that Britain must strike the militants in their heartland and not “sit back and wait for them to attack us” Opponents argued that Britain’s entry into Syria’s crowded airspace would make little difference and said Cameron’s military plan was based on wishful thinking that overlooked the messy reality of the Syrian civil war Cameron has long wanted to target IS in Syria but had been unsure of getting majority support in the House of Commons until now He suffered an embarrassing defeat in 2013 when lawmakers rejected a motion backing attacks on the forces of Syrian President Bashar Assad WATCH VIDEO The mood has changed following the Nov 13 Paris attacks claimed by IS that killed 130 people Both France and the US have urged Britain to join their air campaign in Syria and Cameron said Britain should not let its allies down He said Britain was already a top target for IS attacks and airstrikes would reduce the group’s ability to plan more Paris-style carnage “Do we work with our allies to degrade and destroy this threat and do we go after these terrorists in their heartlands from where they are plotting to kill British people” he said “Or do we sit back and wait for them to attack us” He said that attacking IS was not anti-Muslim but “a defense of Islam” against “women-raping Muslim-murdering medieval monsters” Cameron was backed by most members of his governing Conservative Party which holds 330 of the 650 Commons seats as well as members of the smaller Liberal Democrat party and others Labour the main opposition was divided Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn who represents the left wing of the party spoke against what he called a “reckless and half-baked intervention” But more than 60 Labour lawmakers including senior party figures voted in support of airstrikes a move likely to make fissures between the right and the left of the party even worse Labour foreign affairs spokesman Hilary Benn said Britain could not “walk by on the other side of the road” when international allies were asking for help against IS “fascists” Britain already conducts airstrikes against IS targets in Iraq and in August launched a drone strike that killed two British IS militants in Syria British officials say Royal Air Force Typhoon and Tornado fighter jets armed with Brimstone missiles capable of hitting moving targets would bring the campaign highly accurate firepower and help minimize civilian casualties President Barack Obama welcomed the British vote to join the air campaign in Syria saying the Islamic State group “is a global threat that must be defeated by a global response” Critics claim British airstrikes will make little practical difference and that ground forces will be needed to root out IS Britain has ruled out sending troops and critics of the government have responded with skepticism to Cameron’s claim that there are 70000 moderate Syrian rebels on the ground Cameron stood by that claim Wednesday though he conceded “I’m not saying that the 70000 are our ideal partners” Karin von Hippel who was chief of staff to US Gen John Allen when he was the United States’ anti-ISIS envoy said force alone would not defeat the militants but neither would diplomacy by itself “The Brits have expertise and capabilities” she said Their involvement “brings moral authority and legitimacy to the fight” The British vote came as US Secretary of State John Kerry said NATO members were ready to step up military efforts against the Islamic State group and held out hope of improved cooperation between the West and Russia to end Syria’s four-year civil war A day after US Defense Secretary Ash Carter said the United States would deploy a new special operations force to Iraq to step up the fight against the militants Kerry said other countries could provide assistance that did not involve combat He said the effort to expand operations would require more medical facilities intelligence-gathering military support structure refueling operations aerial defenses and other action The German Cabinet has approved plans to commit up to 1200 soldiers to support the anti-IS coalition in Syria though not in a combat role Despite talk of increased international cooperation tension has soared between Russia and Turkey after the shooting down of a Russian military jet by Turkish forces last week On Wednesday Russia’s deputy defense minister Anatoly Antonov accused Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his family of benefiting from illegal oil trade with Islamic State militants Erdogan called the claim “slander” and said Turkey would not “buy oil from a terror organization” Russia and the United States also disagree about tactics in Syria with Moscow backing Assad and Washington saying he must go But Kerry speaking after NATO meetings in Brussels said that if Russia’s focus on fighting IS was “genuine” it could have a constructive role in bringing peace He didn’t say whether the US might be willing to bring Russia into its military effort against the group as some members such as France have proposed The top NATO commander in Europe US Air Force Gen Philip Breedlove said the bulk of Russia’s air operations in Syria are still directed against moderate anti-Assad opposition forces not Islamic State positions US officials had hoped Russia would change its bombing focus after the Oct 31 attack on a Russian airliner over Egypt which killed 224 people Asserting that the “vast majority” of Russian sorties targeted moderate groups Breedlove said coalition forces were “not working with or cooperating with Russia in Syria” but had devised safety routines to make it easier for both groups The British debate was sometimes bad-tempered as opposition lawmakers demanded Cameron apologize for remarks reportedly made at a closed-door meeting in which he branded opponents a “bunch of terrorist sympathizers” Cameron did not retract the comments but said “there’s honor in voting for there’s honor in voting against” the motion to back airstrikes From the passionate speeches in the House to the anti-war protesters outside Parliament the debate recalled Britain’s divisive 2003 decision to join the US-led invasion of Iraq on what turned out to be false claims about Saddam Hussein’s alleged weapons of mass destruction Many lawmakers came to regret supporting the war and ensuing chaos and blamed then-Labour Prime Minister Tony Blair for lacking a plan for post-war reconstruction Labour leader Corbyn said that “to oppose another reckless and half-baked intervention isn’t pacifism It’s hard-headed common sense” Labour’s Shabana Mahmood one of the few Muslim lawmakers in Parliament called IS “Nazi-esque totalitarians who are outlaws from Islam” but said she opposed the strikes because “we cannot simply bomb the ground we have to have a strategy to hold it as well” But Cameron said doing nothing was a worse option “The risks of inaction are greater than the risks of what I propose” he said For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related News Deputy Interior Minister Mohammad Ayub Salangi said. For all the latest Sports News,Cotton (2-25) who picked up his second wicket of the innings. Under the banner of Maratha Kranti Morcha, The chief minister urged the Centre to include Slum Redevelopment Authority (SRA) projects under Prime Minister Awas Yojana to facilitate the process of making Mumbai and Maharashtra slum free and providing better housing and basic amenities to slum colonies. ?” A surprised Deepika fell short of words to express her gratitude for such a gesture and all she could say was ‘WOW!’ The letter reads: Dear Deepika Anisha As you stand on the threshold of life’s journey I want to share with you some lessons that life has taught me… Looking back I realize that the most important thing about my childhood and adolescent years was my refusal to complain about my lot in life…there is no substitute for perseverance hard work determination and passion for what you choose to do If you love what you do nothing else matters — not awards nor compensation not even the gratification of seeing your face in newspapers or television Deepika we know that you are in the film industry because of your love for it Early on in life even as a child of nine or ten we knew that you were meant for modelling and to be under the arc-lights You were a natural Even so at eighteen when you told us that you wanted to shift to Mumbai to pursue a career in modelling it was hard for us to come to terms with the decision In the end we decided to let you follow your heart like my father had taught me all those years ago as the only way to live fully I was fortunate that my father gave me the freedom to follow my passion for a game which held very little promise of ever making money His approval changed the course of my life Had he forced me I would have been a miserable average engineer plodding through life When the time came for you to make a decision about your future we thought it would be cruel to not give our child the opportunity to pursue a dream that she lived and breathed for If you succeeded it would make us proud but even if you didn’t you would not have any regrets that you did not try In the last few years we have seen you mature into a young woman who has her head on her shoulders Maybe it is a result of the responsibilities that came your way at an early age Sometimes parents underestimate their children’s capabilities which brings me to my other belief: you can either like what you do or you can be passionate about what you do If you only like what you do you will become an average player but if you love what you do there is every chance that you will excel at it For then no hardship no sacrifice will be too much to achieve your goal There’s a whole chapter on @padukoneprakash‘s letter to @deepikapadukone and @anishapadukone in my brother’s Textbook ?

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