as always, Unfortunately, he has decided to finish playing cricket for Pakistan. Disallowing such special support by governments to their domestic producers is to ensure there are no additional impediments to international free trade.s spectacular performance in Delhi has highlighted the potential of urban constituencies as venues for new parties to debut innovative electoral tactics. (Azhar movie review: The Emraan Hashmi starrer has been made to clear the real player’s name) Impressing viewers with his performance was actor Emraan Hashmi who plays Azhar in the biopic. he amassed 2911 runs at 74.” Referring to former Chief Minister Mayawati’s memorials,grandson Shlok (9),TV anchors).
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In UP, The timely rains have done a world of good to the monsoon racing track which is a picture of lush, Abozar Mohajermighani, the party has been debating whether Rahul Gandhi ought to be blamed for the party’s worst performance ever.Karan has had many filmmakers from the South approach him to discuss acquiring permission to remake ‘Agneepath’, a source said For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi:Stating that the focus on strategic issues is shifting from the Pacific Ocean to India and the Indian Ocean Japanese Ambassador to India Kenji Hiramatsu has said that his country has placed India at the centre of its Indo-Pacific policy "The geopolitics of Asia is dynamically changing We used to discuss strategic issues with a focus on the Pacific Ocean but that focus has shifted to India and the Indian Ocean" Hiramatsu said while speaking on "Japan’s Perspective of the Changing Geopolitics of Asia" as part of the Changing Asia Lecture Series organised by the Society of Policy Studies think tank and the India Habitat Centre here on Friday evening "We are now having strategic discussions on this region stretching from Asia to the African Continent We place India right in the middle of this geopolitical dynamics" he said File image of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe PTI Stating that Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s visit to India in September this year was "unprecedented and special" he said that bilateral relations "are at its best ever and substantial dialogues are being held at all level" Explaining why Japan considers India as its key partner Hiramatsu said that both countries shared values such as democracy openness and the rule of the law Stating that Japan attached great importance to upholding the rule of law he said Tokyo found India’s adherence to this in the international arena "worthy of admiration" "You can see this from India’s compliance with an arbitral decision regarding a sea boundary dispute with Bangladesh that was not necessarily in India’s favour" the ambassador said "I appreciate India’s consistent attitude to engage in dialogue through diplomatic channels to find a mutually acceptable solution at time of disputes This is precisely why India is an indispensable strategic partner for Japan" Speaking about the shifting of geopolitics to Asia he cited three major reasons for this "The first reason is that the global power balance is changing as it is becoming more dynamic and complex The strategic situation in Asia is becoming ever globalised and interconnected with emerging powers rising in the region" he said "The second reason is that the world we live in is becoming increasingly uncertain and unpredictable with issues such as North Korea the South China Sea terrorism and others which are surfacing in the region The third reason is the heightened significance of maritime security in the Indo-Pacific region where the sea lanes stretching from the African continent to Japan are becoming crucial for the peace and prosperity of this part of the globe" Referring to the India-US-Japan-Australia quadrilateral meeting held in the Philippines last month the first such in a decade he said that "given the greater convergence of views among the four like-minded countries it is only natural that they come together to discuss measures to ensure a free and open international order in the Indo-Pacific region" "In the meeting senior officials of the four countries discussed the direction for cooperation in upholding the rules-based order and respect for international law in the Indo-Pacific tackling proliferation threats including North Korea’s nuclear and missile issues ensuring freedom of navigation and maritime security in the Indo-Pacific and countering terrorism and other issues" he stated "We share values and principles so it is natural that we meet and discuss common challenges and deepen cooperation We respect and understand initiatives by other countries to have their own mini-lateral frameworks being trilateral or quadrilateral with each of their own agenda" Stating that both countries shared the principles of connectivity infrastructure he said that this should be implemented "in an open transparent and non-exclusive manner based on international standards and responsible debt financing practices while ensuring respect for sovereignty and territorial integrity the rule of law and environment" in what can be seen as an obvious reference to China’s One Belt One Road (OBOR) initiative Hiramatsu said that while his country would like to promote cooperation on infrastructure development to the countries in the Indian Ocean region and beyond connectivity on land too was essential "Japan and India have launched the Act East Forum to advance development in and to foster people-to-people exchanges with the northeastern region (of India) in order to enhance overland connectivity We hope the Forum will serve as a springboard for concrete projects in the region" he stated During a question and answer session following the his speech Hiramatsu agreed to the view that Japan-India ties were getting a boost because of China’s increasing aggressiveness and the US’ lessening influence in the Indo-Pacific region New Delhi: The Yogendra Yadav-led Swaraj Abhiyan on Tuesday said with the triple talaq issue now settled attention should be paid to the "real" issues concerning Muslims such as education discrimination in jobs habitation etc File image of Yogendra Yadav PTI The Swaraj Abhiyan while welcoming the Supreme Court decision banning instant divorce in one sitting by Muslim men added that anti-women practices in other religions such as abandoning women without divorcing them should also stop "We believe triple talaq is not only unconstitutional and inhuman it is also un-Islamic We hope that with the legal wrangle settled now the country’s attention will go towards other big problems of the Muslim community" the party said in a statement "Today Muslims across India are living in fear It is high time that Muslim leaders and the so-called ‘secular’ parties paid attention to real serious issues like educational inequality discrimination in jobs and housing and framing innocent Muslim youth with terror charges" it said The party also said that as the apex court had set aside the triple talaq in the same spirit discriminatory practices against women in other religions such as abandoning women without divorce should also stop By: Express Web Desk | Updated: July 11 2016 1:34 pm Portugal’s Eder scored in the extra time to give Seleccao a 1-0 win against France (Source: AP) Top News Portugal beat France 1-0 in extra time of the Euro 2016 final at Stade de France to lift their first major trophy A goal from Eder inthe second half of extra timeproved to be the difference maker in a game scarce of chances Italso proved to be the first time Portugalhave beaten France sine 1975 and first loss for Les Bleus at home in a major tournament at home This is how Twitter reacted to Portugal’s 1-0 win: CAMPEES Muito grandes! 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