BJP Anand LS seat candidate accused in post Godhra riots

first_imgAhmedabad: The BJP candidate from Anand Lok Sabha seat in Gujarat, Mitesh Patel, has declared in his poll affidavit that he was an accused in a case related to the 2002 post-Godhra riots. Patel, 54, was earlier chosen by the BJP to fight against former Gujarat Congress president Bharatsinh Solanki from the Anand Lok Sabha constituency of central Gujarat. In his affidavit submitted to the election authorities on Tuesday, Patel mentioned that an FIR was registered against him at Vasad police station in Anand district in 2002 for engaging in arson, rioting, stone-pelting and theft, among other charges. As per the affidavit, he was booked under Indian Penal Code Sections 147 (rioting) 149 (rioting, armed with deadly weapon), 436 (arson), 332 (causing hurt to deter public servant), 143 (unlawful assembly) and 380 (theft).last_img read more

Vanguard Investments to introduce its first mutual funds in Canada

TORONTO — Vanguard Investments Canada Inc. says it has filed a preliminary prospectus with Canadian securities regulators to offer four low-cost and actively managed mutual funds.This represents Vanguard’s first suite of mutual funds in Canada and will complement the firm’s 36 exchange-traded funds in the country.Franklin Templeton boosts Canadian ETF offerings with Emerging Markets playWith $20 trillion between them, Blackrock and Vanguard could own almost everything by 2028The mutual funds are each expected to have a maximum management fee of 0.50 per cent.They will include a global balanced fund, a global dividend fund, an international growth fund and a fund that seeks to provide long-term capital appreciation and income.Vanguard has over $14 billion in assets in Canada through its ETF offerings. read more

New ChinaCanada deals could prove beneficial for Alberta

AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email New China-Canada deals could prove beneficial for Alberta by News Staff Posted Nov 8, 2014 11:21 am MDT Prime Minister Stephen Harper is in China this weekend, signing 20 new currency and energy agreements.Canada now becomes the first country in the Americas with a reciprocal currency deal, allowing direct business between the Canadian dollar and the Chinese currency and cutting out the need for the U.S. dollar.Canadian exporters had been forced to use the U.S. dollar, leading to higher currency exchange and longer waiting time to get deals done.Harper told a business luncheon it’s critical the two countries work together.“Taken together, these 20 deals signed today are valued at nearly $1.1 billion,” he said, noting one in particular that involved an Alberta-based company.“Airborne Clean Energy of Alberta and Interchina Water will partner on control systems to address air pollution, the deal is initially valued at $28 million and involved marketing Airborne’s patented air pollution control technology,” Harper said.ATB Senior Economist Todd Hirsch tells 660News the energy deal is actually more important than the currency one, since Alberta’s energy sector is so massive.“Anything we can do to be promoting and expanding that energy sector is good, but especially when we are not only talking about other countries than the United States, very important to get into that Asian basin,” adding it could lead to streamlining pipeline projects, but ironically also being greener.“The idea that it’s not just bitumen, it’s a wider array of energy products including technologies around clean energy, so I think overall that’s pretty important for Alberta,” Hirsch said.Hirsch added the elimination of the U.S. dollar is not as critical as some may think, but anything that simplify trade is a positive and it could lead to bigger developments down the road. read more

Human Rights Council president hails bodys success as duties increase resources shrink

The President stated that the work of the Geneva-based Council took place in a “difficult” international context marked by many crises and conflicts sometimes involving non-state actors.“The Council’s three regular sessions held during which more than 138 meetings were held with an average of 46 meetings per session than the conventional threshold of 32 sessions approved,” said Mr. Ella noting that more than 252 reports been examined from various points in the agenda.He said that the Council has held three special sessions in immediate response to situations of serious violations of human rights and international humanitarian law, including the Central African Republic.The President also noted that the Council decided to appoint a commission of inquiry to investigate allegations of serious violations of human rights and international humanitarian law committed by all parties to the occupied Palestinian territories including East Jerusalem and Gaza.“Despite some difficulties, I was able to appoint members of the Commission of Inquiry began its preliminary investigations,” said Mr. Ella.Regarding the situation in Iraq, the President recalled that at a special meeting held September 1, 2014, it was decided to send a fact-finding mission to shed light on violations and abuses committed by the armed group Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) and related groups in northern Iraq.Regarding the mechanism of the Universal Periodic Review, the President stated that the Council adopted the reports of the 57 countries surveyed this year by the Working Group on the UPR. The situation of human rights in 15 African countries, 15 Asian countries, 10 Latin American countries, 5 countries of Western Europe, six countries of Eastern Europe and three Pacific countries had been reviewed.“Some 5,040 recommendations were accepted…with 3,931 simply noted. Since the beginning of the second cycle of the UPR, more than 20,000 recommendations were made with more than 16,000 accepted and less than 4,000 simply noted,” said Mr. Ella, adding that all countries examined were represented at least at the ministerial level.Among its other activities, the Council renewed and appointment of mandate-holders of special procedures. Appointment decisions have concerned several special rapporteurs, including the situation of human rights, the situation of human rights in the Palestinian territories occupied since 1967, including East Jerusalem, the right to freedom of expression and the right to health and the right to privacy.With regard to country situations, Dr. Ella said that the Council has closely monitored during three regular sessions, the situation of human rights in Eritrea, Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, Belarus, Myanmar, Iran and Syria.Echoing recent concerns voiced by the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, he noted that the Organization’s human rights work is plagued by insufficient resources, as funds continued to shrink while, in contrast, the number of new mandates requested by member States for country situations, as well on thematic issues, has tripled over the past three years.“I would call the attention of the Assembly to the need to provide additional resources for the High Commissioner for Human Rights to enable the Council to fulfil its mandate effectively and to respond to situations emergencies in all regions of the world,” he said. read more

Wrestling Ohio State dominates Ohio Intercollegiate Open

Ohio State’s Micah Jordan wrestles Michael Kemerer in the dual-meet against Iowa on Jan. 21 in the Schottenstein Center. Credit: Jack Westerheide | Managing Editor for DesignIt was a comfortable win for the Buckeyes on Sunday, as 19 wrestlers entered and nine walked away as champions in the Ohio Intercollegiate Open.Sunday afternoon saw the Ohio State wrestling team, fresh off a dominant performance in its opener against Navy, put on another impressive display. 13 out of the 19 competitors for the Buckeyes reached the finals, and nine of those were able to end the day with gold around them. In what became an Ohio State vs. Ohio State championship bout in four out of the possible 10 weight classes, the winners of the accolades included junior Luke Pletcher (133 lbs), redshirt senior Micah Jordan (149 lbs) and redshirt junior Ke-Shawn Hayes (157 lbs). Freshman Quinn Kinner took a very cut-and-dry approach to the tournament, but was able to rattle off five straight decision victories to win him the gold in the 141-pound class. Jordan dominated his first two opponents before he was matched up against his own teammate in the finals, freshman Sammy Sasso. Jordan was challenged in this one, but ultimately ended up being too experienced for Sasso to stop, picking up the 9-7 victory.In another Ohio State title bout, Hayes took on redshirt sophomore Elijah Cleary in the 157-pound division. Hayes was able to claw away and escape with the 6-5 decision victory. In the 165-pound weight class, redshirt freshman Kaleb Romero was pitted against Ohio State redshirt sophomore Fritz Schierl, which was a back-and-forth tilt before Romero snagged the win 8-6.Gavin Hoffman became the second true freshman to seize a Gold Division Trophy, as he registered four more wins including a pin in the 184-pound class.Redshirt sophomore Kevin Snyder kicked off his day by majoring his first couple of opponents and found himself finishing his run to the title with a 16-12 decision victory in the 197-pound class.Lastly, at heavyweight, redshirt freshman Chase Singletary joined his teammate Hoffman as a two-time tournament champion, as he was able to get a takedown in a match that was otherwise a struggle, to seal the deal for the victory. Singletary is now 7-0 on the season.The Buckeyes will look to keep the momentum rolling into their next dual, when they travel to Riverside, California to take on the California Baptist Lancers on Nov. 16th. read more

Four hundred NHS patients offered HIV tests after being operated on by

first_imgNottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust, which manages Queen’s Medical Centre and Nottingham City Hospital, has written to 223 patients recalling them for blood testing.The HIV-positive doctor also worked at Chesterfield Royal Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, where 120 patients have been notified, as well as the Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust, where 57 patients are potentially affected.Dr Stephen Fowlie, Medical Director in Nottingham, said: “Transmission of the virus between an infected healthcare worker and a patient with an open wound can only occur if health workers themselves have an injury with bleeding when they are delivering patient care.”There is no evidence this happened to this doctor in any patient contact.”He said patients attending the emergency clinics would be promised a 24-hour turn-around on their blood tests. They added the locum is no longer working in the NHS.”Advice and counselling is available for those affected by this recall, and we could encourage them to access this support. It is our first priority to identify and provide reassurance to the individuals being contacted at this time,” said Dr Levy.HIV (human immunodeficiency virus) is an incurable blood-borne virus that attacks the immune system and is found in the bodily fluids of those infected with the disease. Officials emphasised HIV could not be passed on by day-to-day contact and while HIV positive staff can work on patients, there were strict conditions in place. The locum worked for three NHS trusts, including at Queen’s Medical Centre, NottinghamCredit:David Burges Queen's Medical Centre Four hundred patients have been offered HIV tests after it emerged they had been operated on by a doctor infected with the virus.Emergency clinics are being set up, although doctors have said the chances any patients were infected are “very low”.Health officials say the locum medic, who worked in orthodpaedic surgery and A&E, was employed at three NHS hospital trusts between June 2010 and February 2015. The Trust said the unnamed doctor’s condition was not known during the time he worked there.Dr David Levey, regional medical director for NHS England Midlands and East, said: “We understand that this will be a worrying time for patients who are being invited for precautionary testing and their families.”However, clinical evidence shows that the risk of infection is extremely low and it is highly unlikely that any of the patients being contacted will have been infected with HIV.” Our first priority to identify and provide reassurance to the individuals being contacted at this timeDr David Levey, regional medical director for NHS England Midlands and East Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings.last_img read more

Sri Lankas batsmen struggle as Windies build big lead

Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedWest Indies eye successive Test wins after four yearsJune 13, 2018In “Sports”Reflections on Windies Cricket in 2018 Part 1 …Gabriel, Dowrich top Test performers in 2018December 28, 2018In “latest news”Vishaul Singh, Cornwall headline WI A’s dominanceOctober 14, 2016In “latest news” Jason Holder celebrates Niroshan Dickwella’s wickets with his team-mates, West Indies v Sri Lanka, 1st Test, Port of Spain, 3rd day, June 8, 2018©AFPPORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad and Tobago (AFP) — West Indies turned the screws on Sri Lanka, taking a 360-run lead with six second innings wickets in hand at the close of the third day of the first Test on Friday.Continuation of the inept batting display of the previous evening, save for a 78-run fifth-wicket partnership between captain Dinesh Chandimal and wicketkeeper-batsman Niroshan Dickwella, saw the tourists lose their last six wickets for 64 runs to be dismissed for 185 at tea in reply to the home side’s formidable first innings total of 414 for eight declared.However, home skipper Jason Holder declined to enforce the follow-on at the Queen’s Park Oval in Trinidad, giving the opportunity to Kieran Powell to compile an entertaining, unbeaten 64 as the West Indies reached stumps at 131 for four.With two days left in the match, it remains to be seen what target Holder will feel comfortable with on the fourth day and, more importantly, how much time he believes he will need to ensure his bowlers, himself included, can complete the victory to give his side an early lead in the three-match series.Following the devastation wreaked by pacers Shannon Gabriel and Kemar Roach late on day two and at the start of day three, it was fast-medium bowler Miguel Cummins who cleaned up the Sri Lankan tail to finish with the best innings figures of three for 39.However, there can be no trivialising the damage inflicted by the two new ball bowlers, both in terms of wickets and psychologically, on batsmen who appeared almost completely incapable of coping with fast, short-pitched bowling on a sporting surface.Yet as well as the hosts bowled on the third day, the visitors contributed to their own demise with a succession of poor shots.Already in trouble at the overnight position of 31 for three, Sri Lanka lost Roshen Silva at the start of the morning, bowled by Roach, before Chandimal and Niroshan Dickwella offered the only substantial resistance.They looked to be getting on top of the bowling heading into the lunch interval when Chandimal, on 44, set the tone for the remainder of the innings by playing a loose shot in the final over before the break off Gabriel for Roston Chase to take his third catch of the innings at backward point.Dickwella was then run out for 31 in a mix-up with new batsman Dilruwan Perera early into the afternoon session and from that point the innings subsided swiftly.Despite the West Indies’ comfortable position at the start of the second innings, the pressure was once again on the recalled Devon Smith to deliver at the top of the order.Run out in the first innings for just seven, he was first bowled by a no-ball from Suranga Lakmal and then bowled again by the very next delivery, this time legitimately, and departed for 20.Lahiru Kumara, who impressed with his pace and effort in taking four wickets in the first innings, enjoyed success again when he had the other opener, Kraigg Brathwaite, caught by Dickwella and removed premier middle-order batsman Shai Hope shortly after to a second slip catch by Roshen Silva.At the other end, Powell was all impressive assurance with his stroke play, reaching the half-century mark off just 59 deliveries. By the time stumps were drawn, his 64 had occupied 80 balls in an innings embellished by two sixes and six fours.He lost Chase just before the close of play, bowled by Rangana Herath. It was hardly cause for celebration, though, in a Sri Lankan camp bracing for the challenge of batting for survival at some point on the fourth day against the likes of Gabriel and Roach on a wearing pitch. read more

Play The Unofficial Late Late Toy Show Drinking Game

first_imgEvery time a second-string boy band appears for a dutiful piece of PRDoes everyone remember last year, when we thought we were getting One Direction, and we got Union J? Pah.Every time you see a toy that you’ve told your kid Santa can’t make any more of Every time a kid makes you feel bad because they read more than youEvery time you miss Uncle Gaybo so hard it hurts Every time a pair of children have a row over whether a toy is shite or notBonus points if said children are siblings. Source: Bryan O’Sullivan/YouTubeEverytime a child does something that is guaranteed to be in your Facebook news feed the following morningActually, if this happens, down the bottle. IT’S THAT TIME of year again… you’re thinking about getting the decorations down, Santa lists are being made, and you’re feeling inadequate about not making your own puddings.However, it’s also Late Late Toy Show time, and we invite you to sit back this evening, relax, embrace Tubs with open arms, and play our Unofficial Late Late Toy Show Drinking Game.(Psst be sure to tune into our legendary Toy Show liveblog, kicking off at around 9.20pm)To play the drinking game you will need:A festive beverage Source: RTÉ ArchivesNow that you’re well and truly scuttere… er full of tea and Miwadi, it’s time for the children’s choir singing Oh Holy Night. It’s okay to cry. Let it all out. Irish people abroad WILL be able to watch the Toy Show live>Have you tried our other drinking games?Game of Thrones Drinking Game>X Factor Drinking Game>Love/Hate Drinking Game>  Every time talented kids make you feel inadequateEvery time the batteries are dead (even though it worked “when we tried this earlier”)Every time Tubs calls a child, ‘Sir’ Every time a precocious child makes you twitchEvery time a toy fails to work the way God/FisherPrice/Mattel intended Take an extra shot if you feel strong Zig and Zag nostalgia That’s it Mary, we’re getting tickets next year.Every time a child goes rogue on a wheeled toyEvery time it’s obvious the audience has been given a feed of fizzy wine before the show Source: Pwrstyle Christmas cheer Source: BuzznetThe rulesCouldn’t be simpler. A slurp of tae, a sup of Miwadi, a sip of Baileys (or any festive beverage) every time one of the following happens…Every time you spot an audience member in novelty antlersEvery time Tubs says “one for everyone in the audience”Bonus drink if you find yourself roaring any of the following from the couch:A TESCO HAMPER?! They already got tickets to the Toy Show! DID THEY NOT GET ENOUGH?! Every time the microphone wand breaks/accidentally pokes someone Source: MyoperaEvery time you pay more attention to the lads and lassies wheeling the stuff on and off Source: Pbh2Every time there’s some traditional music or some Irish dancing That looks shite. Wouldn’t want it anyway. Source: burninmoonDoesn’t have to be alcoholic. In fact, non-alcoholic is better (we’ve a lot of Toy Show to get through yet). Suggestions below.A telly Source: Kevin Simpson/FlickrSome chiselers (not mandatory) Source: popofatticusJammies/A Christmas jumper Every time you feel a pang of sadness when you realise that Dustin probably won’t appearFrom last year:last_img read more

Alaska News Nightly September 29 2014

first_imgStories are posted on the APRN news page. You can subscribe to APRN’s newsfeeds via email, podcast and RSS. Follow us on Facebook at and on Twitter @aprnDownload Audio:Begich Touts Positive Relationship with Murkowski in Campaign AdLiz Ruskin, APRN – Washington, D.C.Sen. Lisa Murkowski keeps trying to shake him off, but Sen. Mark Begich continues to insist they have a good working relationship.Aleutian Towns Struggle To Retain Safety OfficersLauren Rosenthal, KUCB – UnalaskaTwo Aleutian communities are going without local law enforcement after their village public safety officers resigned.Insurer: Affordable Care Act Needs A Fix In AlaskaAnnie Feidt, APRN – AnchorageThe open enrollment period for signing up for health care coverage under the Affordable Care Act begins November 15th. Customers in Alaska who don’t receive subsidies will have to pay dramatically higher rates for next year’s coverage. And one insurer on the exchange, Premera Alaska, says the state needs to implement a new program to ensure future rate increases aren’t as steep.‘No Means No’ – UAS Includes Sexual Assault Ed In Freshmen OrientationLisa Phu, KTOO – JuneauExperts often refer to the first several weeks of college for new students as the “red zone” – a time when they’re more likely to be sexually assaulted. The University of Alaska system is on a list of 79 post-secondary schools being investigated by the U.S. Department of Education for compliance with sexual assault laws or violations. This year, the federal government updated guidelines requiring colleges to proactively combat sexual assault by talking to students about consent.Warm Spell Helps Growers Salvage Harvest After Cool, Soggy SummerTim Ellis, KUAC – FairbanksGardeners and farmers around the Interior have pretty much shut down for the winter after a cool, rainy, and for many, disappointing growing season. Some growers salvaged a decent yield by diversifying their crops – and taking advantage of a late-season warm spell to do some last-minute harvesting.Proposed Film/Photo Regs in Wilderness Areas Come Under FireJennifer Canfield, KTOO – JuneauAs conservationists celebrate 50 years since the passage of the Wilderness Act, a U.S. Forest Service proposal to make certain wilderness area regulations permanent has brought forth accusations that the agency is infringing on First Amendment rights. Nearly a third of the 17 million-acre Tongass National Forest in Southeast Alaska is designated wilderness.Black Bear Party-Crashes A Ketchikan XC MeetEmily Files, KRBD – KetchikanA black bear was in first place for a short time during one of the races at the Region V Cross Country meet Saturday in Ketchikan. Teams from around Southeast Alaska faced off for the chance to compete in the state championship. But the event took a chaotic turn when the first race was interrupted by a bear.last_img read more

Four of family injured in fire after gas leakage in Maharashtra

first_imgThane: Four members of a family were injured in a fire that broke out after leakage of gas from an LPG cylinder at their home in Thane district of Maharashtra on Sunday, an official said. The incident occurred around 8 am at the house located in Shivaji Nagar area of Kalwa town, Thane civic body’s regional disaster management cell chief Santosh Kadam said. Also Read – National Herald case: Officer bearers of Congress were cheats, Subramanian Swamy tells court Advertise With Us The gas leakage from the cylinder resulted in the blaze at the place, injuring four members of the family staying there, he said. On getting information about the incident, fire brigade personnel rushed to the spot and doused the flames, the official said. The injured persons were admitted to the Thane Civil Hospital, he added.last_img read more

Bud Light Super Bowl ad will feature humanscale PacMan maze

first_imgThe 60-second spot will be the latest in Bud’s “Up for Whatever” campaign, though it’s certainly not the craziest publicity stunt they’ve put together. Last year they built an entire town (called Whatever, USA) where they transported scores of contest winners for a chance to “go all in for an entire weekend.”They had the chance to sing karaoke with Lil Jon, ride a rollercoaster, drink day and night, and even get served by a robotic waiter. That’s pretty cool, but it’s not nearly as geeky as getting to run around a life-sized version of one of the most influential video games of all times.Image courtesy Twitter/Curtis Kinsley Super Bowl 49 is coming, and that means another batch of over-the-top commercials for us to enjoy. Bud Light’s will be particularly geeky: it features a human-scale Pac-Man maze.Based on what’s trickled out about the ad so far, an adventurous Bud Light drinker (who’s obviously “Up for whatever”) gets zapped inside a game of Pac-Man. It’s sort of like what happened to Emilio Estevez in The Bishop of Battle back in 1983, only with more beer and fewer laser involved.A couple video glimpses have surfaced of the maze. This one from GASP! cobbles together things poretty nicely, from the construction crew putting the finishing touches on its assembly to the lighting of the maze at night.Yes, the pac-dots disappear when the protagonist runs over them. Yes, there are ghosts hot on his trail. By the looks of things, he’s got access to power pellets and can turn the tables on his phantasmal pursuers: they’ve all turned blue at one point in the video:last_img read more

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Farrah Ahmed concludes that the existing personal law system “harms religious autonomy” (considered as self-respect) of those subject to it. who decides what religion requires: The custodians or all the coreligionists? I’ve had a pretty good last couple of years and now I’m looking forward to getting stuck into the tournament and seeing how we go, He had to appear before an IOC ethics commission. because it was really bad. That’s all I can do now.completing the line-up that brought them all the initial fame. For all the latest Chandigarh News, One one hand, He added: “Queen’s University flies the flag for the arts in Northern Ireland and beyond.

download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Kriti Sonali | Bengaluru | Published: July 17," In a series of tweets, The court. the occupants of the Bolero managed to escape from the spot, Siliguri and Thiruvananthapuram — and one to three new winning bidders will be awarded the right to participate in the ISL. Do you think the movie was ahead of its time and now the audience have matured and would have appreciated that film today? and now says he will come out with welfare schemes,is bulking up.Former editor and minister Nongthombam Biren was on Monday unanimously elected as the BJP legislature party leader in Manipur, For all the latest Pune News.

That is not a purely an Indian phenomenon.had also raised doubts over the credibility of the report as the inquiry was done by the doctor of the same department whose staff was allegedly at fault. The lack of political stability in Nepal and the immense consequences of tampering with some of the unique features of the treaty ?and globalization seek what is called ‘regulatory arbitrage’ and in the process ‘ a race to the bottom ensues’. Kabeer Rana was the pick of the bowlers for CCA as the off-spinner made full use of the track and grabbed three wickets for 18 runs. as the nuisance of chasing the idle cow sauntering in invariably fell on them; children barged in to look for the ball that they were sure had landed in our compound; uncles and aunties dropped in unannounced; cars with unfamiliar number plates reversed inside before heading off in different directions; and strangers ambled in asking for water, including these two films from the Indian Panorama section. the film stands on its own. Mr. The regulator has also suggested that maximum number of DTT providers may be capped at five (one public broadcaster and four private broadcasters) as per availability of spectrum.

the Congress is not clear about the issue in the election. Once again Lahiri had a bad start with a double bogey and then came another bogey.our staff is full. Till Junethe hospital had as many as 46 out of 72 medical staff posts and 220 out of 564 nursing staff posts vacant Directorate Health Services (DHS) director could not be reached for comment tabassumbarnagarwala@expressindiacom For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew York: World number one Rafael Nadal provided Russian teenager Andrey Rublev with a tennis lesson on Wednesday racing into the semi-finals of the US Open with a ruthless 6-1 6-2 6-2 win The 19-year-old who grew up idolising Nadal and had the Spaniard’s poster pinned up on his bedroom wall was smiling from ear-to-ear as he posed for pre-match photos on Arthur Ashe Stadium court with his hero Rafael Nadal celebrates after winning his match against Andrey Rublev at the US Open AP That would be the highlight of an eye-opening afternoon for the Russian youngster as Nadal showed no mercy during a one hour 37 minute thrashing “I knew a great new generation coming and Andrey is one of these players that have a great future and I wish him all the best” said Nadal after clinching his spot in his 26th grand slam semi-final “It was a good match and obviously it was Andrey’s first quarter-finals and of course he played with some more mistakes than usual but for me it was an important victory winning the last two matches in straight sets” Once the match started it did not take long for Rublev’s grin to disappear It was replaced by scowls and frustration as the 53rd-ranked Russian angrily yelled at himself for missed shots and occasionally slapped at his leg with a clenched fist Nadal still stinging from a third-round upset by 18-year-old Canadian Denis Shapovalov in Montreal in August and with a spot in the semi-finals and a possible showdown with rival Roger Federer on the line was fully focussed on the task at hand While fans were still filing into Arthur Ashe Nadal was wrapping up a clinical first set in 23 minutes Rublev offered some resistance to start the second but it was brief Nadal breaking to go up 3-2 and again to close out the set A relentless Nadal broke to open the third and when Rublev double faulted to hand him yet another break at 4-1 the dejected Russian simply bent over and let his racquet drop But Rublev was not done scolding himself dropping into his chair during the changeover then hammering away at his foot with his racquet Up next for Nadal will be the winner of the quarter-final clash between five-times US Open champion Federer and Juan Martin del Potro the 2009 winner If Federer can get past the towering Argentine it would set up a landmark meeting between the Swiss and Nadal One of the great rivalries in all of sport Federer and Nadal a twice US Open champion have clashed 37 times over the years but they have never stood across from each other on Flushing Meadows’ famed hardcourts “It is something a little bit strange that we never played here because we played a lot of times in all the important events around the world so it is something we missed” said Nadal “It would be much more special if it could happen in the final but we’re going to come back and try to make that happen” A year after failed coup crackdown shakes pillar of Turkish state | Reuters World Reuters Jul 14 2017 00:00:09 IST Comment 0 Tweet This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed Published Date: Jul 14 2017 00:00 AM | Updated Date: Jul 14 2017 00:00 AM Tags : #Reuters Also See Written by Sadaf Modak | Mumbai | Updated: January 20 2017 3:22 pm Top News A SPECIAL National Investigation Agency (NIA) court has permitted 2008 Malegaon blast accused Major (retd) Ramesh Upadhyay to contest in the Uttar Pradesh assembly elections On Thursday after the court’s go-ahead 64-year-old Upadhyay sought provincial bail for a month to campaign in UP Upadhyay plans to contest the elections from Bairia constitutency in his native town Ballia in eastern UP as an independent candidate In 2012 he had contested from the same constituency as a candidate of the Akhil Bharatiya Hindu Mahasabha but lost to a Samajwadi Party candidate WATCH VIDEO |Samajwadi Party’s First List Of Candidates Creates Uncertainty Over Alliance With Congress Upadhyay’s son Vishal who in 2012 had represented him as a campaign manager said he had begun approaching local leaders of the Bharatiya Janata Party to look at the possibility of being granted a ticket “We are hoping that he can be released on interim bail to campaign in the constitutency so that he can communicate with the voters directly From the impression I got when he had contested in 2012 it seems clear people are willing to give him a chance This tag of being branded as a terrorist is politically motivated The important thing is the belief people showed in him” Vishal told The Indian Express He added that he was also in talks with the Akhil Bharatiya Hindu Mahasabha or Upadhyay may contest as an independent candidate Upadhyay who is currently lodged at the Taloja central jail was arrested by the Maharashtra Anti-Terrorism Squad in 2008 for his alleged role in the blast which occurred at Malegaon near Nashik on September 30 killing six and injuring 101 The NIA which filed its supplemenatary chargesheet in the case in April has named him as an accused stating that he had proposed and accepted the theory of co-accused Prasad Purohit for a separate constitution for Hindu Rashtra with a separate flag in a meeting held in January 2008 at Faridabad The NIA has also referred to an intercepted conversation between Purohit and Upadhyay which the agency claims shows their “complicity” in the case Currently the court is hearing arguments on the framing of charges in the case Upadhyay’s bail plea filed before the special court was rejected in November Special public prosecutor Avinash Rasal said NIA special Judge S D Tekale had allowed the plea filed by Upadhyay to contest elections Upadhyay has sought permission to travel to his constituency between February 4 and March 4 to campaign among the voters In his plea he has submitted before the court that since the voters have not seen him for the past 15 years he should be allowed to campaign amongst them to discuss his manifesto The filing of nominations of candidates is likely to start in February first week For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Alia Allana | Published: November 23 2009 1:10 am Related News You can definitely be excused for not knowing Herman Van Rompuy or Baroness Catherine Ashton for it seems as though most of Europe was blissfully unaware of the duo Plucked from relative obscurity during a dinner meeting last ThursdayRompuy has been appointed to the post of president of the European Union and Ashton is the new foreign policy chief of the Union These appointments follow the ratification of the hotly contested and severely delayed Lisbon Treatyone which aims to revamp the blocenhance its stature in the international arena and give it a 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