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  1. In Khalistan Referendum Sikhs across the world are voting whether Indian governed Punjab should be an independent country
  2. While the letter did not specify when the voting would take place, a Bloomberg report said that it may happen in late July
  3. "We examined the pitch today during training and it looks good," says Yousaf regarding the Karachi pitch
  4. On Wednesday, an ANI report confirmed that the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has decided to recommend three members of the Indian cricket team for the Arjuna Award ahead of the upcoming National Sports Awards 2021. According to the report, the Indian cricket board has advocated the names of Indian skipper Shikhar Dhawan, wicket-keeper batsman KL Rahul, and pacer Jasprit Bumrah for the prestigious recognition. View this post on Instagram While fans completely backed the decision to honour the 35-year-old Dhawan, who has played for his country for so long and is in the final chapter with the Men in Blue, the endorsement for Rahul and Bumrah seemed to have not been taken too keenly by the Indian cricket fans. KL Rahul 🧐🧐🧐🧐🧐🧐 — Parag (@Parag2724) June 30, 2021Too soon for KL — A (@anirudhdbz) June 30, 2021IDOIT BCCI;what rahul have done for India. Arjuna Kumari who won gold medal for India derseves it — KING KANE 🇮🇳🇮🇳🇮🇳 (@Vandan78560184) June 30, 2021Jasprit bumrah for what ? WTC lose ? — ᏢᏒᎾfᎬSSᎾᏒ Paul (@_Akkian_paul) June 30, 2021Bumrah — Virat Fan (@Kohli_One8) June 30, 2021award for bumrah for choking — ♠₦ł₭ⱧłⱠ➐ (@nikhil_salvator) June 30, 2021 Jasprit Bumrah has not had the best year when it comes to performing as the leading bowler of the Indian attack, especially with Kane Williamson’s New Zealand squad rendering him completely ineffective during the final of the World Test Championship earlier this month, the wounds are still fresh. On the other hand, KL Rahul has been injury-stricken for a while now and hasn’t had the opportunity to bat for his side. In the WTC final, he was kept away from the Playing XI and one of the primary reasons was his surgery for acute appendicitis that he underwent on May 3. View this post on Instagram The BCCI has also recommended the names of Ravichandran Ashwin and Mithali Raj for the Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna Award. “We had a detailed discussion and it was decided to send in the names of Ashwin and women’s Test and ODI skipper’s name for the Khel Ratna. We are recommending Dhawan again for the Arjuna while we will also suggest the names of Rahul and Bumrah," news agency ANI quoted a source in the know of developments as saying. Congratulations @ImRo45 for being conferred with the Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna Award, 2020, India’s highest sporting honour. He is only the fourth Indian cricketer to receive this award. We are proud of you, Hitman! pic.twitter.com/ErHJtBQoj9 — BCCI (@BCCI) August 21, 2020 Last year, the Khel Ratna award was given to Manika Batra, Rohit Sharma, Vinesh Phogat, Rani Rampal and Mariyappan Thangavelu. It was the very first time in the history of Indian sports that five athletes were awarded this honour in a single year. View the full article
  5. Asian Development Bank has approved the loan to help restore Pakistan's struggling economy amid coronavirus pandemic
  6. Maryam Nawaz and Fazlur Rehman are not in Parliament so the government cannot talk to them, say federal ministers
  7. Hailey Baldwin's endorsement was met with a nod of approval from her uncle Billy Baldwin
  8. The comment from Ahmed Qassim al-Ghamdi, former chief of the religious police in the holy city of Makkah, comes as 32-year-old Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman pursues a far-reaching liberalisation drive that has upended years of conservative tradition. ? Arab News RIYADH: A prominent Saudi cleric on Wednesday endorsed Valentine's Day, long forbidden in kingdom, calling it a "positive social event" that was not linked to religion. The comment from Ahmed Qassim al-Ghamdi, former chief of the religious police in the holy city of Makkah, comes as 32-year-old Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman pursues a far-reaching liberalisation drive that has upended years of conservative tradition. "It is a positive social event and congratulating people for it is not against sharia (law)," Ghamdi told Saudi-owned Al-Arabiya television. "It is an act of kindness to share greetings on Western national and social holidays, including Valentine's Day, exchange red roses with others, as long as it is towards peaceful people who do not share animosity or are being at war with Muslims." Such comments from the Saudi clerical establishment would be inconceivable around two years ago. In recent years, Saudi Arabia launched a series of reforms, including gradually diminishing their powers to arrest. Prince Mohammad bin Salman, who has vowed to return the country to "moderate Islam", has further cut back the political role of clerics in a historic reordering of the Saudi state. Florists openly sold red roses and Valentine's Day memorabilia in cities such as Jeddah on Wednesday without any trouble. The declining presence of the religious police has been met with relief from many of the country's young, but it has also sparked concern over a possible backlash from arch-conservatives. But opposition to the prince's reforms has been muted ? at least publicly ? after his crackdown on dissent, including arrests of prominent clerics with millions of followers on social media.
  9. US President Donald Trump on Monday officially endorsed the candidacy of embattled Republican Senate hopeful Roy Moore, who has been accused of sexual assault by multiple women including one who was 14 at the time. Trump had previously characterized the allegations against Moore as "very troubling" before changing tack and warning voters in Moore's home state of Alabama that a victory for his Democratic rival Doug Jones "would be a disaster!" On Monday he telephoned the 70-year-old Christian conservative to offer his formal backing ahead of the December 12 special election in the right-leaning southern state, the White House said. "The president had a positive call with Judge Roy Moore during which they discussed the state of the Alabama Senate race and the president endorsed Judge Moore's campaign," said principal deputy press secretary Raj Shah. In spite of a history of controversy stemming from his tenure on Alabama's supreme court, Moore had been a strong favorite to win election before the allegations against him were first reported by The Washington Post. Most of the reported allegations relate to when Moore was a prosecutor in his mid-30s and sought to pursue relationships with teens. The Alabama race, which is being held to replace Jeff Sessions who was named US attorney general, has national repercussions because Republicans hold only a slim 52-to-48 majority in the Senate. Earlier Monday, Trump had cited Democrats' opposition to his legislative agenda -- and Moore's potentially decisive Senate vote on everything from immigration to abortion -- as reasons to support him. "Democrats refusal to give even one vote for massive Tax Cuts is why we need Republican Roy Moore to win in Alabama," Trump tweeted. "We need his vote on stopping crime, illegal immigration, Border Wall, Military, Pro Life, V.A., Judges 2nd Amendment and more. No to Jones, a Pelosi/Schumer Puppet!" "Look at your 401-k's since Election. Highest Stock Market EVER! Jobs are roaring back!" he added, referring to an employer-sponsored retirement savings plan. Moore 'Honoured' In a statement Monday, Moore's campaign said he was "honoured" to have received the president's endorsement, in a call placed from on board Air Force One. "President Trump knows that the future of his conservative agenda in Congress hinges on this election," Moore was quoted as saying. "I look forward to fighting alongside the president to strengthen our military, secure our border, protect our gun rights, defend the sanctity of life, and confirm conservative judges to courts around this nation." Moore has denied the allegations against him, and said they are politically motivated. One of his accusers, Leigh Corfman, now 53, said that when she was 14 Moore took her into his house in the woods near Gadsden, Alabama, removed her shirt and pants, and fondled her over her bra and underpants. Allegations of sexual harassment have plagued both of America's main political parties in recent weeks. Democrat John Conyers, a celebrated civil rights activist who is the longest-serving member of Congress, announced he was stepping down from a leadership position last month as he battles harassment claims from members of his staff. Trump himself has been accused of misconduct by several women, ranging from groping to unwanted advances and kissing, though these did not prevent his election last year.
  10. Former Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore speaks at the Values Voter Summit of the Family Research Council in Washington, DC, US, October 13, 2017. REUTERS/James Lawler Duggan/Files WASHINGTON: US President Donald Trump on Monday officially endorsed the candidacy of embattled Republican Senate hopeful Roy Moore, who has been accused of sexual assault by multiple women when they were teenagers, including one who was 14 at the time. Trump had previously characterized the allegations against Moore as "very troubling" before changing tack and warning voters in the 70-year-old Christian conservative´s home state of Alabama that a victory for his Democratic rival Doug Jones "would be a disaster!" On Monday, the White House said Trump had called Moore to offer his formal backing ahead of the December 12 special election in Alabama, a right-leaning southern state. "The president had a positive call with Judge Roy Moore during which they discussed the state of the Alabama Senate race and the president endorsed Judge Moore´s campaign," said principal deputy press secretary Raj Shah. Moore´s campaign team said he was honoured to have received the president´s endorsement, in a call placed from on board Air Force One. "President Trump knows that the future of his conservative agenda in Congress hinges on this election," Moore was quoted as saying. "I look forward to fighting alongside the president to strengthen our military, secure our border, protect our gun rights, defend the sanctity of life, and confirm conservative judges to courts around this nation." High stakes in Senate In spite of a history of controversy stemming from his tenure on Alabama´s supreme court, Moore had been a strong favourite to win the election before the allegations against him were first reported by The Washington Post. Most of the reported allegations relate to when Moore was a prosecutor in his mid-30s and sought to pursue relationships with teenage girls. The Alabama race, which is being held to replace Jeff Sessions, who was named US attorney general, has national repercussions because Republicans hold a slim 52-48 majority in the Senate. A win for Jones would make it 51-49. Earlier Monday, Trump cited Democrats´ opposition to his legislative agenda -- and Moore´s potentially decisive Senate vote on everything from immigration to abortion -- as reasons to support him. "Democrats refusal to give even one vote for massive Tax Cuts is why we need Republican Roy Moore to win in Alabama," Trump tweeted. "We need his vote on stopping crime, illegal immigration, Border Wall, Military, Pro Life, V.A., Judges 2nd Amendment and more. No to Jones, a Pelosi/Schumer Puppet!" "Look at your 401-k´s since Election. Highest Stock Market EVER! Jobs are roaring back!" he added, referring to an employer-sponsored retirement savings plan. On the national level, some Republicans are nonetheless horrified at the idea of seeming like a party that defends men who assault women. But Trump appears to have calculated that the loss of a Senate seat would be too politically costly for him. The US president will be in Pensacola, Florida on Friday night for a campaign-style rally -- not far from the Alabama border, raising the possibility that he could end up directly addressing some Alabama voters. Moore denies all Moore has denied the allegations against him and said they are politically motivated. One of his accusers, Leigh Corfman, now 53, said that when she was 14, Moore took her into his house in the woods near Gadsden, Alabama, removed her shirt and pants, and fondled her over her bra and underpants. Allegations of sexual harassment have plagued both of America´s main political parties in recent weeks. Democrat John Conyers, a celebrated civil rights activist who is the longest-serving member of Congress, announced he was stepping down from a leadership position last month as he battles harassment claims from members of his staff. Trump himself has been accused of misconduct by several women, ranging from groping to unwanted advances and kissing, though these did not prevent his election last year. Jones is currently leading Moore by 2.6 percentage points, according to an average of opinion polls cited by RealClearPolitics -- within the statistical margin of error.
  11. YANGON: China endorses Myanmar?s offensive against Rohingya Muslim insurgents, Myanmar state media said on Thursday, as the U.N. secretary-general described the operation, forcing nearly 400,000 people to flee to Bangladesh, as ?ethnic cleansing?. The Myanmar military offensive in the western state of Rakhine was triggered by a series of guerrilla attacks on Aug 25 on security posts and an army camp in which about a dozen people were killed. ?The stance of China regarding the terrorist attacks in Rakhine is clear, it is just an internal affair,? the state-run Global New Light of Myanmar newspaper on Thursday quoted China?s ambassador, Hong Liang, as telling top government officials. ?The counter-attacks of Myanmar security forces against extremist terrorists and the government?s undertakings to provide assistance to the people are strongly welcomed.? But at the United Nations in New York, China set a different tone, joining a UN Security Council expression of concern about reports of excessive violence and calling for immediate steps to end it. China competes with the United States for influence in Myanmar, which in 2011 began emerging from nearly 50 years of strict military rule and diplomatic and economic isolation. Earlier this week, the Trump administration called for protection of civilians. The violence in Rakhine and the exodus of refugees is the most pressing problem Nobel Peace laureate Aung San Suu Kyi has faced since becoming national leader last year. Suu Kyi is due to address the nation on Tuesday. Critics have called for her to be stripped of her Nobel prize for failing to do more to halt the strife, though national security policy is in the hands of the generals whose junta previously ran the country. U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres and the U.N. Security Council on Wednesday urged Myanmar to end the violence, which he said was best described as ethnic cleansing. ?When one third of the Rohingya population had to flee the country, could you find a better word to describe it?? he told a news conference in New York. The government says it is targeting ?terrorists?, while refugees say the offensive aims to push Rohingya out of Buddhist-majority Myanmar. Numerous Rohingya villages in the north of Rakhine have been torched but authorities have denied that security forces or Buddhist civilians have been setting the fires. They blame the insurgents. The government said on Wednesday 45 places had been burned. It did not provide details but a spokesman said out of 471 villages in the north of Rakhine, 176 had been deserted and at least some people had left 34 others. The spokesman, Zaw Htay, said the people going to Bangladesh were either linked to the insurgents, or women and children fleeing conflict. According to government figures, 432 people have been killed, most of them insurgents, since Aug. 25. Bangladesh authorities say at least 100 bodies have been found in a border river and on nearby beaches, some with wounds. Several refugee boats have capsized, one on Thursday when a child drowned, a Reuters witness in Bangladesh said. Smoke was rising from at least two places on the Myanmar side on Thursday. It was not clear what was burning. ?DE-ESCALATE? ?Ethnic cleansing? is not recognized as an independent crime under international law, the U.N. Office on Genocide Prevention says, but it has been used in U.N. resolutions and acknowledged in judgments and indictments of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia. A U.N. commission of experts defined it as ?rendering an area ethnically homogeneous by using force or intimidation to remove persons of given groups?. The 15-member Security Council met behind closed doors on Wednesday to discuss the crisis for the second time since it began and agreed to publicly condemn the situation. The council ?expressed concern about reports of excessive violence during the security operations and called for immediate steps to end the violence in Rakhine, de-escalate the situation, re-establish law and order, ensure the protection of civilians ... and resolve the refugee problem?. British U.N. Ambassador Matthew Rycroft said it was the first statement from the Security Council on Myanmar in nine years. Such statements have to be agreed by consensus and Russia and China have traditionally protected Myanmar from any action. Bangladesh says all the refugees will have to go home and has called for safe zones in Myanmar. Myanmar says safe zones are unacceptable. Aid agencies are struggling to ramp up operations in Bangladesh and a U.N. top official said on Wednesday an earlier U.N. target of $77 million would be inadequate to deal with the crisis. ?There are acute shortages of everything,? the U.N. children?s agency said. There are also fears of a humanitarian crisis on the Myanmar side of the border. The government has accused some aid groups of helping the insurgents and has restricted access. The aid group Médecins Sans Frontières said it had reports that its clinics there had been torched and it called for ?unfettered access to people in desperate need?.
  12. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu speaks during a ceremony at the Casa Rosada Presidential Palace in Buenos Aires, Argentina September 12, 2017. Photo: Reuters JERUSALEM: Israel supports the establishment of a Kurdish state, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Wednesday, as Kurds in Iraq gear up for a referendum on independence that lawmakers in Baghdad oppose. Israel has maintained discreet military, intelligence and business ties with the Kurds since the 1960s, viewing the minority ethnic group ? whose indigenous population is split between Iraq, Turkey, Syria and Iran ? as a buffer against shared Arab adversaries. On Tuesday, Iraq?s Kurdish leader Massoud Barzani said he would press ahead with the September 25 referendum despite a vote by Iraq?s parliament rejecting it. ?(Israel) supports the legitimate efforts of the Kurdish people to achieve their own state,? Netanyahu said, in remarks sent to foreign correspondents by his office. Western powers are concerned a plebiscite in Iraq?s semi-autonomous Kurdish region - including the oil-rich city of Kirkuk - could divert attention from the war against Daesh militants. Netanyahu said Israel does, however, consider the Turkey-based Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) a terrorist group, taking the same position as Turkey, the United States and the European Union. An Israeli general told a conference in Washington last week that he personally did not regard the PKK, whose militants have been fighting Turkey for more than three decades, as a terrorist group. Netanyahu, who is due to address the UN General Assembly on September 19, voiced support for ?the Kurds? aspirations for independence? in a speech in 2014, saying they deserve ?political independence?. His latest remarks appeared to be a more direct endorsement of the creation of a Kurdish state. But they will cut little ice in Baghdad, which has no diplomatic relations with Israel and has strong ties with Israel?s arch-foe Iran. Iraq?s neighbours ? Turkey, Iran and Syria ? oppose the referendum, fearing it could fan separatism among their own ethnic Kurdish populations. Kurds have sought an independent state since at least the end of World War One when colonial powers divided up the Middle East after the collapse of the multi-ethnic Ottoman Empire.
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