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Although he relinquished Test captaincy and retired from the longest form of the game in 2014, Expectations from the Rohit Shetty? 2015 5:02 pm Divyanka Tripathi recently shot a “risky” sequence for the popular show “Yeh Hai Mohabbatein”.Online.communal harmony and development, she said On the second day of her North Bengal tour on Wednesdaythe chief minister reviewed development works in Cooch Behar with district officials Latershe laid the foundation stone of Panchanan Burman University Under the universitythere will be 16 colleges from Cooch Behar and seven from neighbouring Alipurduar No development had occurred in the district and there is lack of employment generating activitiesthe chief minster said as she blamed the previous Left Front government for the underdevelopment of the region For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsLondon: Ross Barkley became the latest player to reject a move to Premier League champions Chelsea pulling out of a deal at the end of a summer transfer window in which English clubs spent more than 13 billion ($17 billion) Chelsea did manage to sign midfielder Danny Drinkwater from 2016 champions Leicester for a reported 35 million ($45 million) and defender Davide Zappacosta from Italian club Torino on Thursday But missing out on the main targets may hamper Antonio Conte’s bid to defend the title and challenge in the Champions League The problems for Chelsea began in July when striker Romelu Lukaku opted to join Manchester United and Conte’s transfer plans further disintegrated in the last two days of the transfer window Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain in his new Liverpool jersey Image courtesy: Twitter @LFC Barkley’s rejection stunned Chelsea after midfielder Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain opted to leave Arsenal for Liverpool and forward Fernando Llorente favoured a move to Tottenham from Swansea Everton owner Farhad Moshiri revealed that a transfer fee of 35 million ($45 million) had been agreed and Barkley had passed a medical examination when the midfielder changed his mind about moving "It’s a big surprise" Moshiri told broadcaster Sky Sports "but that’s football" Liverpool Liverpool bought Oxlade-Chamberlain for 35 million ($45 million) on deadline day and made 26 million ($34 million) by selling defender Mamadou Sakho to Crystal Palace The 24-year-old Oxlade-Chamberlain allowed his Arsenal contract to enter its final season after rejecting offers to extend his six-year stay with a new deal "I know my choice might come as a surprise to many" he said in a social media post ". but I feel that this move is right for the next stage in my ongoing development" Oxlade-Chamberlain was part of the Arsenal team that was thrashed 4-0 by Liverpool on Sunday his 132nd and last game with the London club He is leaving a team that will be playing in the Europa League this season to join a club that is back in the Champions League and started the Premier League by winning seven points from a possible nine At Liverpool Oxlade-Chamberlain is likely to play as a midfielder — he was mostly used at wing back last season — but faces competition for starts from Jordan Henderson Emre Can Georginio Wijnaldum James Milner and potentially Philippe Coutinho Barcelona have been chasing Coutinho and Spanish clubs have until Friday to complete their final business of 2017 Arsenal Oxlade-Chamberlain’s departure is a further setback for Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger who has seen his side lose two of their opening three league matches The one success for Wenger on deadline day was Alexis Sanchez’s mooted move to Manchester City failing to materialise But Arsenal’s pursuit of Monaco winger Thomas Lemar ended in failure with the France international in action on Thursday — and scoring — against the Netherlands in a World Cup qualifier Tottenham Hotspur The 32-year-old Llorente joined Tottenham on a two-year deal from Swansea in a move aimed at reducing the north London club’s reliance on Harry Kane for goals Fernando Llorente moved to Tottenham on deadline day Imge courtesy: Twitter @SpursOfficial Tottenham further strengthened their squad ahead of their second-ever Champions League campaign by bringing in Ivory Coast right back Serge Aurier from Paris-Saint-Germain for a reported 23 million ($295 million) Aurier’s transfer was held up by complications regarding the defender’s work permit because he was sentenced to two months in prison last year for resisting arrest after leaving a Paris nightclub Aurier appealed against the sentence and never went to prison PSG had to leave him out of their Champions League squad for a match against Arsenal in London last season because he was refused entry by British authorities amid the ongoing case Aurier who played 57 league games for PSG after joining from Toulouse initially on loan in 2014 is Tottenham’s second major defensive recruit after center back Davinson Sanchez from Ajax With Tottenham selling first-choice right back Kyle Walker to Manchester City during the offseason Aurier will compete with Kieran Trippier for a starting spot Swansea Portugal winger Renato Sanches left Bayern Munich to join Swansea on loan in the most improbable move on the final day of Europe’s transfer window The 20-year-old Sanches was being talked about as Portugal’s natural heir to Cristiano Ronaldo after helping his national team to win last year’s European Championship title where he won the Young Player of the Tournament award Back then the winger also joined Bayern on one of the richest contracts in Bundesliga history for a transfer fee that could climb to about $90 million Now Sanches will be playing for a Welsh team that might be a relegation contender in the Premier League this season It is a remarkable coup for Swansea one that was likely sealed by coach Paul Clement’s connections to Bayern Clement was assistant coach at Bayern during the first half of last season before taking over at Swansea Sanches failed to establish himself in his first season at Bayern making 26 appearances in all competitions Another arrival at Swansea on Thursday was the return of a familiar face Striker Wilfried Bony who left for Manchester City in January 2015 is back in south Wales to replace Llorente Non-movers Long-standing Liverpool target Virgil van Dijk will continue the season at Southampton after the center back couldn’t force his way out of the south-coast club despite handing in a transfer request West Bromwich Albion defender Jonny Evans was being pursued by Manchester City but the move never materialised Riyad Mahrez handed in a transfer request at Leicester days after the end of last season and Algeria announced early Thursday that the winger was given permission to leave the national squad to "formalise his transfer to his new club" That move didn’t proceed Manchester United A quiet club as the transfer window closed was Manchester United Jose Mourinho completed his business early including signing Lukaku from Everton in July for 75 million (then $97 million) Madrid: Former World No 1 Carlos Moya is joining Rafael Nadal’s coaching team alongside the 14-time Grand Slam champion’s long-time coach his uncle Toni Nadal File photo of Rafael Nadal (L) and Carlos Moya Reuters Moya recently ended his coaching ties with Milos Raonic despite helping the Canadian rise to a career-high world number three by the end of the season "I am very excited to announce that Carlos Moya will join my team immediately and working together with Toni and Francis Roig" said Nadal in a statement on Saturday "To have someone like Carlos who is not only a friend but also a very important person in my career is somethingspecial" Moya will also coach at Nadal’s recently inaugurated tennis academy in Mallorca "I am sure that together with Toni Francis and the rest of the team we have a great common project" said Moya "Rafa is a special player and above all a great person and friend on which I have a lot of trust and confidence that will be able to continue winning important titles" Nadal hasn’t won a Grand Slam since the 2014 French Open after suffering another injury-hit campaign last season which saw him slip to ninth in the rankings The Spaniard will begin his new season at a six-man event in Abu Dhabi from 29 to 31 December London:A British newspaper received an anonymous phone call about "big news" in the United States minutes before President John F Kennedy was shot in 1963 newly released files on the assassination say A batch of 2800 declassified documents includes a 26 November 1963 memo from the CIA to FBI director J Edgar Hoover about a call received by the Cambridge News on 22 November the day Kennedy was killed in Dallas Texas File image of President John F Kennedy on the day of his assassination AP The memo from deputy CIA director James Angleton says the caller said "the Cambridge News reporter should call the American Embassy in London for some big news and then hung up" The memo says Britain’s MI5 intelligence service calculated that the call came 25 minutes before Kennedy was shot It said the reporter who took the call "is known to them as a sound and loyal person with no security record" Anna Savva a current Cambridge News reporter said Friday the paper does not know whether the call ever happened "We have nothing in our archive – we have nobody here who knows the name of the person who took the call" she said It’s unclear whether the call was merely a prank and the timing coincidental The CIA memo says several people in Britain had received similar anonymous phone calls "of a strangely coincidental nature" over the preceding year "particularly in connection with the case of Dr Ward" That is an apparent reference to osteopath Stephen Ward a key figure in the "Profumo affair" a sex-and-espionage scandal that almost toppled the British government in 1963 The memo was released by the US National Archives in July but went unreported until a bigger batch of material was declassified in the US on Thursday The phone call to the Cambridge News was first reported decades ago by Kennedy conspiracy theorist Michael Eddowes In the 1980s Eddowes a British lawyer claimed to have a CIA document mentioning the call In a video on the Cambridge News website chief reporter Chris Elliott said Eddowes "was convinced that there was some kind of conspiracy" and believed the call was one of several made to newspapers at the time of Kennedy’s death Eddowes who died in 1992 wrote a book alleging that Kennedy’s assassin was not Lee Harvey Oswald but a Soviet impostor who took his identity As a result of his efforts the killer’s body was exhumed in 1981 An autopsy confirmed that it was Oswald Davao: Philippine authorities ordered a criminal investigation on Monday into a shopping mall fire that authorities said likely killed 37 people including call centre staff from an American firm Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre announced the inquiry as firemen prepared to enter what remained of the NCCC mall in the southern city of Davao where they hope to retrieve those who perished in Saturday’s blaze The fire compounded the Christmas misery in the south of the mainly Catholic nation where tens of thousands were also displaced by floods and landslides from a storm that also killed more than 200 others on Friday Firemen battle a fire that rages at a shopping mall in Davao city southern Philippines AP "The loss of lives and the resulting damage. underscore the need to determine if someone is at fault and should be held criminally liable" Aguirre said in a statement "By punishing those responsible we can set an example to others so that hopefully there will be no repetition of those tragedies" he added Deadly blazes occur regularly in the Philippines particularly in slum areas where there are virtually no fire safety standards Relatives of the missing said many of those still unaccounted for were staff from a call centre for the US-based market research company SSI that occupied the building’s top floor Local authorities on Sunday said no-one trapped in the fire would have survived but firemen have only managed to retrieve one unidentified body so far The Davao fire marshal had on Sunday described the shopping mall as "an enclosed space with no ventilation" though the authorities said they had yet to determine the cause of the blaze The building’s administrators on Sunday denied allegations from survivors that there were inadequate emergency fire exits and that some of them were locked "There is no truth to that allegation In fact as per accounts of those who got out they were able get out thru the fire exit" Thea Padua the mall’s public relations officer told AFP by text message Some relatives of those missing criticised rescuers for what they felt was the slow pace of recovery efforts "They seem so relaxed" said Jolita Basalan weeping as she waited for news of her missing 29-year-old son Jonas who worked at the call centre "They are not pained because they don’t have a child there They told us to come here but no one is moving" she told AFP But authorities earlier told AFP that firemen needed to inspect the structural integrity of the burnt-out building before venturing inside its gutted remains Corruption and exploitation mean supposedly strict fire standards are often not enforced in the Philippines In 2015 a fire tore through a footwear factory in Manila killing 72 Survivors of that blaze blamed barred windows and other sweatshop conditions for trapping people inside the factory In the deadliest fire in the Philippines in recent times 162 people were killed in a huge blaze that gutted a Manila disco in 1996 With low wages but strong English language skills the Asian nation is a popular destination for international companies to set up customer call centres in its big cities including Davao 900-plus kilometres south of Manila Toggle between above tabs to switch between ball-by-ball commentary and full scorecard London: South Africa captain AB de Villiers won the toss and elected to field against England in the third one-day international at Lord’s on Monday England openers come out to bat first in the 3rd ODI against South Africa AFP England ahead of their Champions Trophy opener against Bangladesh across London at The Oval on Thursday made several changes to the side that beat the Proteas by two runs at Southampton on Saturday to take an unassailable 2-0 lead in this three-match series All-rounder Ben Stokes who struck a superb 101 at Southampton and fast bowler Mark Wood who defended a target of seven runs off the last over were both rested So too were pacemen Liam Plunkett and Chris Woakes as well as off-spinner Moeen Ali England gave an ODI debut to Middlesex seamer Toby Roland-Jones on his Lord’s home ground with Middlesex team-mate Steven Finn recalled together with David Wiley and Jonny Bairstow It was the third time this series that de Villiers had won the toss and elected to field with overcast conditions and a green-tinged pitch offering the promise of assistance for his quicker bowlers South Africa the world’s top-ranked ODI side also rang the changes with fast bowler Morne Morkel called up for his first match of the series with JP Duminy and Wayne Parnell returning to the side Farhaan Behardien along with bowlers Andile Phehlukwayo and Dwaine Pretorius missed out Teams England: Jason Roy Alex Hales Joe Root Eoin Morgan (capt) Jos Buttler (wkt) Jonny Bairstow Adil Rashid David Willey Toby Roland-Jones Steven Finn Jake Ball South Africa: Quinton de Kock (wkt) Hashim Amla Faf du Plessis AB de Villiers (capt) David Miller JP Duminy Chris Morris Wayne Parnell Keshav Maharaj Kagiso Rabada Morne Morkel Umpires: Rod Tucker (AUS) Michael Gough (ENG) TV umpire: Chris Gaffaney (NZL) Match referee: Andy Pycroft (ZIM) Hezbollah Nusra Front prisoner swap means large refugee transfer can start | Reuters World Reuters Aug 02 2017 05:17:05 IST Comment 0 Tweet This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed Published Date: Aug 02 2017 05:17 AM | Updated Date: Aug 02 2017 05:17 AM Tags : #Reuters Also See New Delhi | Published: February 9 2014 2:17 am Related News Inmates at the Juvenile observation homes will now be segregated according to age and behavioural pattern They will also be monitored by personnel during meetings with their families an affidavit filed by the Department of Women and Child Development (DWCD) before the Delhi High Court has stated The High Court in December had issued orders to constitute a committee consisting of the then Women and Child Development director Rajiv Kale and a DCP-level officer to look into measures to reduce conflict in juvenile homes The multiple incidents of rioting escape and violence in juvenile homes last year had prompted the court to take suo motu action on the issue The Committee of High Court Judges had also recommended that action be taken to improve the conditions in these homes The security at these homes is also being upgraded by installing CCTV cameras perimeter cordon and increasing the number of watchtowers and other proposed steps The affidavit said a security audit is being done by the Delhi Police In its report submitted before the court of Chief Justice N V Ramana and Justice R S Endlaw the DWCD said meetings had been held with the government police and various NGOs Joint inspections of these homes were also being carried out The government said inmates with serious behavioural issues would be shifted to a separate facility and standard operating procedures (SOP) have been devised for segregation of juveniles In a bid to provide psychological support to the inmates the government has also devised an SOP for family visits The government has also asked the NGO running non-formal education classes in juvenile homes to provide classes in dance aerobics sports and meditation to inmates as a means to curb incidents of violence in these homes For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Ludhiana | Published: June 21 2012 3:25 am Related News With an aim of providing platform to all stakeholders for effective research in the post-harvest sectorCentral Institute of Post Harvest Engineering and Technology (CIPHET) organised a Quinquennial Review Team (QRT) meeting on the institute campus on Wednesday During the meetingfarm innovators suggested us to provide them assistance in patent filingmonitoring of quality standardsorganic products certificationestablishing of farm innovators club and sustained interaction with all stakeholders? Surendra Rajput,s height of 121.the investigation has been done in minimum possible time, said Inspector General of Police R P Upadhyaya For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Published: October 2 2012 2:32 am Related News Man-of-the-match Ajay Ahlawat dismissed eight batsmen while conceding just nine runs to help Vijay Dahiya Academy beat Vijay Yadav Academy by 10 wickets and get four points in the 2nd Amit Gupta Memorial U-17 cricket tournament at the St Stephen’s Ground Brief score: Vijay Yadav Academy 45 all out in 19 overs ( Ajay Ahlawat 8/9) VD Academy 49 for no loss in 6 overs ( Jalaj 21 no) Pradeep slams ton Pradeep Malik slammed an unbeaten century (137 no) to help West Delhi Academy beat Young Cricketers by 77 run and get four point in 2nd Bharti T20 cricket tournament at Bharti College Ground Brief score: WD Academy 222 for 3 in 20 overs (Pradeep Malik 137 noSahil 51Narayan 3/39); Young Cricketers 145 all out in 19 overs ( Sachin Saini 3/37) For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Ahmedabad | Published: December 3 2013 4:39 am Related News Stepping up pressure on ruling BJP over the snooping incidentCongress in Gujarat on Monday petitioned the Governor demanding to scrap the state government-appointed inquiry commission tasked with probing the alleged illegal surveillance of a woman architect The Opposition party also demanded setting up of an independent panel to inquire into the snooping incident and also phone tapping by the Home Department The demands were part of a memorandum submitted to Governor Kamla Beniwal by a State Congress delegation Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi has violated the Indian Telegraph Act and hencea complaint should be lodged against him An inquiry should be conducted into phone tappings ordered by the State Government and collection of 93000 Call Data Records (CDRs)? tweeting that Islamic State claimed the responsibility for Zakura attack. PTI While leaving the ED office in Kolkata after the interrogation.

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