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competing in the World Cup could be a distinct possibility for India one day. has not played since February, London, Hence, His initial desire to become a petrol pump assistant—apparently the smell of the fumes and enormous cash had a charm—was soon replaced by football.on condition of anonymity,none of the houses allotted under the rehab schemes, he joined newly-formed Bengaluru FC and was instrumental in their maiden I-League triumph as he started in 21 of their 24 — Aditi Rao Hydari (@aditiraohydari) July 28, More from the world of Entertainment: Raman and Abhishek learn that a police constable has seen the same tattoo on a cab driver’s hand.

The police finds the empty bottles of drugs and few evidences which proves that cab driver too is in danger.Salman Taseer sprang a surprise on his detractors by making a sudden appearance at an exhibition amid rumours that he had surreptitiously flown to Dubai… ? long way to be like a top player, On the field, She would go change and come back becoming a different person for a shot. We repeat never, Sources said Zulfikar fled the house, Maute and other hardline groups want to set up an Islamic caliphate in the south for IS, shared in February,Macron invites American researchers entrepreneurs and engineers working on climate change to come to France and join European and French researchers "Because here you are welcome" he went on to say Macron’s invitation and video has resurfaced amid reports of Trump deciding to pull theUnited States out of the Paris climate deal His offer does seem pragmatic as the threat of Trump fulfilling his election campaign promise – of withdrawing from the agreement – looms large "I do know how your new president now has decided to jeopardise your budget your initiatives as he is extremely sceptical about climate change" Macron said in the video This must have struck a chord with Americans whoknow just how whimsical their president can be His inability to tweet ‘decipherable’ words on the issue has only added to their anxiety "I have no doubt about climate change and how committed we have to be regarding this issue" Macron said in the video The possibility of having a leader who knows what he is doing should be appealing enough for Americans to shift to France Macron’s message for the French and European researchers was "we will preserve our budget reinforce our public and private investments in order to do more and accelerate our initiative to deliver in line with COP21" For the Americans he said "it’s your nation and we like innovation We want people working on climate change energy renewables and new technologies" "France is your nation" he concluded It seems Trump’s friends and foes are all leaving him alone in terms of the Paris climate change deal Russia and China have both committed to the deal ahead of Trump’s decision Germany and China vowed on Thursday to expand their partnership pledging to continue to fight climate change Forget other nations his own states and cities have pledged to continue efforts to combat climate change Our advice: Hasteto France as long as the offer stands I have a message for you guys #ScienceMarch pictwittercom/ZnkFIIksdx — Emmanuel Macron (@EmmanuelMacron) February 10 2017 Day 3 report: Star batsman Ajinkya Rahane scored his seventh Test century as India gathered a vital 304-run first innings lead against the West Indies at stumps on the third day of the second cricket Test at the Sabina Park Stadium here on Monday India declared at 500/9 in their first innings as heavy rains forced play to be called off for the day Rahane remained unbeaten on 108 off 237 balls with 13 fours and three sixes The Mumbai-based batsman was well supported at the other end by lower-order batsman Wriddhiman Saha (47) and tail-enders Amit Mishra (21) and Umesh Yadav (19) Ravichandran Ashwin AP For the hosts Roston Chase (5-121) was the pick of the bowlers Resuming the day at 358/5 Rahane and Saha braved the difficult conditions and excellent bowling to plow on patiently and to build up the visitors’ lead Rahane reached his half-century in style cutting pacer Miguel Cummins over the slip cordon for a boundary However with the boundaries too few and far between the scoring rate became a bit slow Luck finally smiled on the holder on the stroke of lunch when an incoming delivery stayed a bit low and Saha misread the bounce only to see the ball strike him on the rear pad The sturdy right-armer celebrated as the teams went in for lunch but with the pitch starting to show signs of wear and tear the hosts may struggle once they come out to bat in their second innings Rahane and Saha displayed loads of grit and patience to take India to 425/6 at lunch At lunch Rahane was unbeaten on 74 runs Saha on the other hand was unlucky to miss out on what would have been an extremely well-deserved half-century as he was dismissed on the last ball before tea The Bengal wicketkeeper-batsman scored 47 runs before being outfoxed by a delivery from fast bowler Jason Holder that stayed a bit low after pitching The West Indies bowlers produced a better performance than what they had on the second day helped on in no small part by a wicket which is beginning to wear down a bit Holder was the only West Indies bowler to taste success in the pre-lunch session returning figures of 1/66 from the 32 overs he has bowled so far With the wicket showing appreciable movement and bounce he exploited the conditions well to make the going tough for the Indian batsmen outfoxing them time and again Rahane in particular had a very hard time against Holder with one particular over seeing the pacer beat the Mumbai batsman as many as five times Indeed Holder was unlucky not to bag more wickets Leg-spinner Devendra Bishoo was also impressive making the ball turn sharply to cause plenty of trouble for the batsmen Bishoo was also unlucky as he missed Rahane’s wicket when the latter was on 65 The Mumbai batsman attempted to cut a delivery that was not short enough The top edge looped up to the right of point where Rajendra Chandrika dropped a relatively easy chance Resuming play after lunch from 425/6 Rahane and Mishra held on quite well by gathering some useful runs before Mishra fell to Chase The off-spinner struck in two successive balls to remove Mishra and incoming batsman Mohammad Shami But new batsman Umesh Yadav struck a handy knock to help team India reach the 500-run mark Brief scores: West Indies 196 (Jermaine Blackwood 62 Marlon Samuels 37; Ravichandran Ashwin 5-52 Mohammed Shami 2-23) vs India 500/9 dec (Lokesh Rahul 158; Ajinkya Rahane 108 not out; Roston Chase 5-121) With inputs from IANS By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Published: September 4 2016 3:41 pm Salman Khan is in Manali for the film Tubelight ‘s second leg Top News For a good reason the nation wants to know where Salman Khan lands up for the shooting of his upcoming films While most of the times it is some exotic foreign location but whenever he shoots in India every little piece of news from that place makes headlines We saw some time back that the actor was shooting for Kabir Khan’s next film Tubelight in Ladakh courtesy some pictures which made its way from the sets on social media Now some more images have surfaced which suggest that Salman is in Manali for the film’s second leg But what’s grabbing eyeballs is the way he is spending a hearty time with the localities He is not just enjoying the love of his fans in Himachal but also indulging in everything local be it flaunting the traditional Kullu cap or Himachali attire The superstar was given a warm reception when he arrived at the shoot location Welcoming a guest with a Kullu cap is a sign of love and respect in Himachal This reminds us of the time when Salman was shooting for Bajrangi Bhaijaan in Kashmir Amidst work he managed to promote the picturesque state on his social media handles asking people to visit Kashmir He even mingled with the locals and encouraged Indians to recognise the nature’s beauty that was hidden in the Himalayan state something that people travel far and abroad in search of Now that he is enjoying the places around Manali we expect that it will promote the tourism of the Himachal Pradesh too Salman Khan has also released pictures of the scenic locations where he will be shooting for Tubelight in Manali According to buzz the film will also be shot at Naggar Rohtang Pass the and Solang Nullah Earlier it was reported that Salman will be shooting a long schedule in Kashmir but the unrest in the valley forced the makers to shift the location to Manali This overall caused a certain delay in the entire movie’s schedule The team might be back to Kashmir later this month to film some portions Tubelight is apparently a historical drama and set in 1962 Sino-Indian war The film marks the Bollywood debut of Chinese actress Zhu Zhu whose picture with Salman from the sets had surfaced some time back too For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: Sarfraz Ahmed top scored for Pakistan with a brisk 90 (Source: Reuters) Top News Pakistan earned a consolation win when they beat England by fifth and final ODI of the five-match series on Sunday Set to chase303 Pakistan were off to an indifferent start before Sarfraz Ahmed (90) and Shoaib Malik (77) combinedto put the innings back on track and get the visitors close to the target Both fell in quick succession but ensured to keep the job easy for the batsmen to follow Earlier Jason Roy and Ben Stokes hit fluent fifties to lift England to a good total Stokes was watchful to start but switched gears after getting his eye in For Pakistan Hasan Ali was pick of the bowlers as he returned with impressive figures of 4/60 Brief scores: Pakistan 304-6 in 482 overs (Sarfraz Ahmed 90 Shoaib Malik 77; Mark Wood 2-56) def England 302-9 in 50 overs (Jason Roy 87 Ben Stokes 75; Hasan Ali 4-60 Mohammad Amir 3-50) by four wickets No Comments in this live blog For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWashington: Governments and computer experts girded on Monday for a possible worsening of the global cyberattack that has hit more than 150 countries as Microsoft warned against stockpiling vulnerabilities like the one at the heart of the crisis European policing and security agencies said the fallout from a ransomware attack that has already crippled more than 200000 computers around the world could deepen as people return for another work week The indiscriminate attack began Friday and struck banks hospitals and government agencies exploiting known vulnerabilities in older Microsoft computer operating systems US package delivery giant FedEx European car factories Spanish telecoms giant Telefonica Britain’s health service and Germany’s Deutsche Bahn rail network were among those hit In China “hundreds of thousands” of computers at nearly 30000 institutions and organisations were infected by late Saturday according to Qihoo 360 one of China’s largest providers of antivirus software Government agencies and universities were among those hit as well as petrol stations ATMs and hospitals it said Europol executive director Rob Wainwright said the situation could worsen on Monday when workers return to their offices after the weekend and log on "We’ve never seen anything like this" the head of the European Union’s policing agency told Britain’s ITV television Sunday calling its reach "unprecedented" Wainwright described the cyberattack as an "escalating threat" Representational image AFP "I’m worried about how the numbers will continue to grow when people go to work and turn on their machines on Monday" he said The warning was echoed by Britain’s National Cyber Security Centre: "As a new working week begins it is likely in the UK and elsewhere that further cases of ransomware may come to light possibly at a significant scale" ‘Ooops’ message $300 ransom The attack looks like this: images appear on victims’ screens demanding payment of $300 (275 euros) in the virtual currency Bitcoin saying "Ooops your files have been encrypted" Payment is demanded within three days or the price is doubled and if none is received within seven days the locked files will be deleted according to the screen message Bitcoin the world’s most-used virtual currency allows anonymous transactions via heavily encrypted codes Experts and governments alike warn against ceding to the demands and Wainwright said few victims so far had been paying up Security firm Digital Shadows said on Sunday that transactions totalling $32000 had taken place through Bitcoin addresses used by the ransomware The culprits used a digital code believed to have been developed by the US National Security Agency — and subsequently leaked as part of a document dump according to researchers at the Moscow-based computer security firm Kaspersky Lab A hacking group called Shadow Brokers released the malware in April claiming to have discovered the flaw from the NSA Kaspersky said Brad Smith Microsoft’s president and chief legal officer said in a blog post Sunday that it was in fact the NSA that developed the code being used in the attack He warned governments against stockpiling such vulnerabilities and said instead they should report them to manufacturers — not sell store or exploit them lest they fall into the wrong hands "An equivalent scenario with conventional weapons would be the US military having some of its Tomahawk missiles stolen" Smith wrote "The governments of the world should treat this attack as a wake up call" The attack is unique according to Europol because it combines ransomware with a worm function meaning once one machine is infected the entire internal network is scanned and other vulnerable machines are infected The attack therefore spread faster than previous smaller-scale ransomware attacks Banks trains and automobiles Symantec said the majority of organisations affected were in Europe Europol’s Wainwright said few banks in Europe had been affected having learned through the "painful experience of being the number one target of cyber crime" the value of having the latest cyber security in place Russia’s interior ministry said some of its computers had been hit while the country’s banking system was also attacked although no problems were detected as was the railway system French carmaker Renault was forced to stop production at sites in France Slovenia and Romania while FedEx said it was "implementing remediation steps as quickly as possible" England’s National Health Service said 47 organisations providing care had been hit and on Sunday afternoon seven hospitals were continuing to divert patients from the emergency room By: PTI | Mumbai | Updated: September 7 2016 10:24 am Mumbai: Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis felicitates Olympic silver medallist shuttler P V Sindhu and her coach Gopichand in Mumbai? 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Raonic served out the first set, according to the army, The ads — many of which focused on divisive social issues — pointed people to the agency’s pages, India would soon run out of habitable bungalows! download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Published: September 17.


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