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As the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 set to begin on February 14, The details can be obtained from the site . ?the Netherlands, AFP. “Nicholson is not suffering from any memory-related illness or dementia and has no current plans to retire.he is actively reading scripts and has plans to appear on the big screen once again,Greeks endured the first day of serious controls on their?assistance.Greece’s bailout program with its European creditorsofficially expires Tuesday meaning the country will not haveaccess to any of the money still available if it doesn’tsecure a deal AP By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Published: June 12 2017 12:12 pm Ram Gopal Varma shared a picture of Sania Mirza and said that she reminds him of Sunny Leone Top News After quitting Twitter Ram Gopal Varma has started to share his not-so-insightful thoughts on Instagram The director is doing everything possible to promote his short film Meri Beti SUNNY LEONE Banna Chaahti Hai and this time has said how the subject of his web series former adult star Sunny Leone reminds a girl of tennis player Sania Mirza Sharing a picture of Sania the director wrote “A girl told someone MBSLBCI reminded her of though she was very good at Tennis her father refused to permit her to play beyond an age because she will have to wear skirts The film is about exposing these regressive minds who use a girl’s sexuality against herself” In fact the director has called it his version of the iconic family drama Hum Aapke Hai Kaun which was directed by Sooraj Barjatya He wrote “Meri Beti Sunny Leone Banna Chahti Hai is My Hum Aapke Hai Kaun’ the first ever family film I made in my entire career” The director whose recent film Sarkar 3 tanked at the box office in a series of posts on his Instagram account shared the basic plot of his series and how sexual desires or stories related to them are always a hit in the country Check out Ram Gopal Varma’s post: He wrote “Really true family issues are about out focussed parents not realising the focussed issues of their children and that’s what Meri Beti Sunny Leone Banna Chaahti Hai about The love of the old and very old is not doubted but the polluted nature of it is unbearable to the young and the very young and that’s what #MeriBetiSunnyLeoneBannaChaahtiHai about The young hates the love of the old because it comes from a morally corrupted and a socially manipulated emotion The philosophy of MBSLBCH You can’t soar like an eagle if you are weighed down with dogs Like the girl in MBSLBCI if you want to jump into the depth of the sky it’s necessary that ur feet should be first on the ground and also u have to be in line to get off the line” Meanwhile Ram Gopal Varma’s short film Guns and Thighs failed to do well among the audiences but Meri Beti Sunny Leone Banna Chahti Hai has garnered good views on the YouTube For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Published: July 31 2017 12:48 am Quinton de Kock was dismissed in the third over of South Africa’s chase against England at The Oval (Source: Reuters) Related News Ben Stokes joined Kagiso Rabada with bowlers to have sent in gorgeous yorkers that left the batsmen with no response on the fourth day of the third Test involving England and South Africa Stokes sent in a stunning delivery in the 17th over of the South Africa chase at The Oval on Sunday to give the left handed Quinton de Kock absolutely no chance of blocking it out Coming in from round the wicket Stokes’ delivery looked touch-and-go for a no ball but he was saved by an inch of foot coming down and touching the line And the delivery turned out to be a belter as it pitched right at De Kock’s feet to give him little time to block it out With the ball swinging in De Kock could do little to save himself on that yorker and deservedly for Stokes became England’s third wicket On the very next ball Stokes picked up the wicket of Faf du Plessis to send the South Africa skipper out for a golden duck to hamper their chances of chasing down 492 runs At stumps England stood at 117/4 and still needed 375 runs to win The hosts look headed towards a 2-1 series lead with a burst in the final session WICKET @benstokes38 bowls de Kock – we are on a roll SA 52/3 #ENGvSA Follow: http://s.tco/a0qhO1p3jy pictwittercom/lZCSFI6pf6 England Cricket (@englandcricket) July 30 2017 Dean Elgar kept South Africa fighting with 72 runs despite a painful blow to his finger and had Temba Bavuma on 16 at the other end Proteas would count their lucky stars as Elgar was dropped on nine runs by Keaton Jennings at third slip off Jimmy Anderson For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsNew Delhi: The government on Wednesadyapproved the proposal for ratification of the "historic" Paris climate deal which will be formalised on 2 October the birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi making India one of the key countries which would help bring the pact into force Representational image AP The nod by the Union Cabinet comes days after Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the decision which is expected to give momentum to implementation of measures at the international level to control global warming However the government has decided to ratify the agreement "in the context" of its national laws availability of means of implementation and "its own assessment" of global commitment to combating climate change "While agreeing to ratify the Paris Agreement the Cabinet has also decided that India should declare that India will treat its national laws its development agenda availability of means of implementation its assessment of global commitment to combating climate change and predictable and affordable access to cleaner source of energy as the context in which the Agreement is being ratified" an official statement said Union Minister Prakash Javadekar said with this India will be one of the key countries which will be instrumental in bringing the Paris Agreement into force "Today the Union Cabinet approved the ratification of Paris Agreement which is a historic decision With the ratification India will be one of the key countries instrumental in bringing the Paris Agreement into force" Javadekar told reporters here The decision will further underline India’s responsive leadership which is committed to global cause of environment protection and climate justice he said Javadekar said the pact will come into force after it has been ratified by at least 55 countries which account for 55 per cent of global greenhouse gas emissions So far 61 countries have deposited their instruments of ratification acceptance or approval accounting in total for 4779 per cent of the total global greenhouse gas emissions India’s decision to ratify the Agreement will take the number of cumulative level of emission of countries that have ratified the Agreement so far to 5189 per cent as its total emissions is 41 per cent of the global emissions "Because of India’s push now the world will ratify the deal soon It will become irreversible course of action for humankind It is a common resolve to keep temperature rise below two degrees Celsius Now that target is achievable" Javadekar said The minister had earlier told reporters that the cumulative emissions of 61 countries put together was 5189 per cent and India’s ratification will help bridge the remaining 3 per cent to fulfil the second condition Paris Agreement was adopted by 185 nations last year on 12 December and India signed it in New York on 22 April this year A total of 191 countries have signed the Paris Agreement so far Washington: He has been attacked over countless issues in partisan Washington but US President Barack Obama drew the line at this one: the idea that he is responsible for the rise of Donald Trump and the attendant Republican Party disarray "I have been blamed by Republicans for a lot of things but being blamed for their primaries and who they’re selecting for their party (nominee) is novel" Obama told a news conference on Thursday Barack Obama Reuters "What I’m not going to do is to validate some notion that the Republican crack-up that’s been taking place is. a consequence of actions that I’ve taken" the Democratic president said Obama had been asked how he viewed being identified as the cause of Trump’s ascent to front-runner in the Republican race to pick a presidential candidate for the 8 November election Obama seemed to relish the question replying with both serious criticism of Republicans and some pointed mockery of Trump The New York billionaire is well ahead in the Republican race after the first six weeks of primary nominating contests but his bombastic style and statements on Muslims immigrants and trade have dismayed many in the party establishment Many party leaders worry Trump would lose to the eventual Democratic nominee in November’s election to replace Obama Obama whose White House tenure has been marked by steady resistance to most of his policies by Republicans in Congress has said previously he regretted not being able to reduce the polarisation between the two parties in Washington But he scoffed on Thursday at the suggestion that his presidency had fuelled the chaos among the Republicans Conservative news outlets on television radio and the Internet had convinced the Republican political base for seven years that cooperation with him was a "betrayal" and that "maximalist absolutist" positions were advantageous Obama said He was holding a joint news conference with visiting Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau In a clear dig at Trump Obama said he had not prompted critics to question his US citizenship or birth in Hawaii Before he launched his longshot presidential run last year Trump was a high-profile leader of the so-called "birther" movement which believed Obama was born abroad and not eligible to be president until he produced his Hawaii birth certificate to put the issue to rest "What you’re seeing within the Republican Party is to some degree all those efforts over a course of time creating an environment where somebody like a Donald Trump can thrive" Obama said For good measure he took a swipe at two of Trump’s rivals for the Republican nomination saying the real estate magnate’s position on immigration was not much different from that of US Senators Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio Obama urged conservatives who were troubled by the party’s position to "reflect on what it is about the politics they’ve engaged in that allows the circus we’ve been seeing to transpire" Reutersfor recording evidence.

Brar,” said Professor Talat Ahmad, download Indian Express App More Related News general secretary JUH, 47, The 57-year-old Sampaoli,” The actor also shared some Instagram stories in which Anand can be seen cutting the cake as Sonam becomes a cameraperson for him to capture his best moments and make some best memories.” he told The Associated Press by phone last week, The country has already put a bar on the flow of migrants,a long-time member of the Chandigarh Philatelic Club.

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