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” said Dr B K Rao, they were administered fluids and electrolytes and observed for a few hours,investigation and prosecution is a very sensitive and important matter?Upadhyaya stated in the letter For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsLondon: England captain Eoin Morgan remained in upbeat mood heading into the Champions Trophy despite a seven-wicket defeat by South Africa at Lord’s on Monday The hosts collapsed to 20 for six – the first time any side had lost six wickets in the first five overs of a one-day international – after being sent into bat in overcast conditions and on a green-tinged pitch at ‘the home of cricket’ Eoin Morgan believes England can go all the way despite batting issues Reuters South Africa’s pacemen duly cashed in with Kagiso Rabada (four for 39 in nine overs) and Wayne Parnell (three for 43 in eight) running through the top order Jonny Bairstow’s battling 51 helped England recover to 153 all out a target that provided few problems for South Africa who made 156 for three England still won the three-match series 2-1 Morgan asked if this result on his Middlesex home ground had dented Champions Trophy hosts England’s confidence ahead of their latest bid to win a maiden major global 50-over title said: "I’d like to think it doesn’t "Obviously what cost us was that first hour – a lot of live green grass on the wicket but ultimately I thought South Africa bowled beautifully" The former Ireland batsman added: "We didn’t play too aggressively – a lot of our shots were defensive – so a lot of credit goes to South Africa" Test wicket-keeper Bairstow is still struggling to nail down a permanent place in England’s ODI side despite some impressive recent batting displays in white-ball cricket ‘Interesting’ selection’ England coach Trevor Bayliss accepted the Yorkshireman could force his way in come the Champions Trophy telling Sky Sports: "He’s doing everything he possibly can do He’s putting a lot of pressure on and that’s what we want" The Australian added: "It’ll be an interesting selection meeting" England face Bangladesh in the opening match of the Champions Trophy across London at The Oval on Thursday The venue is the Surrey home ground of England opener Jason Roy currently struggling for runs But Morgan indicated Roy would remain at the top of the order for the clash with the Tigers despite Bairstow’s fine form "He (Bairstow) never lets us down – every time he comes in he scores runs and he continues to bang on the door" said Morgan "It’s the hardest thing telling Jonny he’s not playing and he’s done nothing wrong" Morgan however added: "As regards selection Jason is our number one pick at the moment "He and (Alex) Hales have been very important to the way we’ve played as a team for quite a long time" Morgan said he did not expect to encounter a similarly bowler-friendly pitch at any of the three Champions Trophy venues – The Oval Edgbaston and Cardiff "I’d be disappointed if we did because any team (would have) the potential to win or lose a game on a toss in a major tournament – which is hard to take" England rested a trio of first-choice all-rounders from Monday’s game in Ben Stokes Chris Woakes and Moeen Ali with Morgan expecting all three to feature against Bangladesh "We’re very confident" he said For South Africa top of the International Cricket Council ODI rankings this was a timely victory "We’re pretty happy with the way things have panned out for us" said coach Russell Domingo "We knew conditions were in favour of the bowlers . and you’ve got a chance against England because they play that expansive brand of cricket" Rabada meanwhile was optimistic about the Proteas’ Champions Trophy chances "Why not We’ve got really good players amazing talent and some experience as well" he said Washington: A former Donald Trump campaign aide described by the White House as a low-level volunteer was thrust Monday into the centre of special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation providing key evidence in the first criminal case connecting Trump’s team to alleged intermediaries for Russia’s government George Papadopoulos was approached by people claiming ties to Russia and offering "dirt" on Hillary Clinton in the form of thousands of emails according to court documents unsealed Papadopoulos pleaded guilty to lying to FBI agents about the conversations and has been cooperating with investigators the documents said Papadopoulos’ guilty plea and the possibility that he’s working with Mueller’s team came as an unexpected twist in the mounting drama surrounding the criminal probe A separate welter of charges Mueller announced Monday against Trump’s ex-campaign chairman Paul Manafort and his longtime aide Rick Gates do not appear directly related to their work for Trump But Papadopoulos’ case cuts close to the central question of Mueller’s investigation: Did Russia try to sway the election Did Trump’s campaign know "The Russians had emails of Clinton" Papadopoulos was told by an unnamed professor during a breakfast meeting at a London hotel in April US investigators said that the following day Papadopoulos then emailed a Trump campaign policy adviser "Have some interesting messages coming in from Moscow about a trip when the time is right" In a photo from President Donald Trump’s Twitter account George Papadopoulos third from left sits in what is labelled at a national security meeting in Washington Papadopoulos was arrested in July and has been interviewed repeatedly by authorities the filing said After entering his guilty plea he was ordered not to contact other Trump officials and prohibited from foreign travel In one of the unsealed files an FBI agent working for Mueller bluntly hinted that more former Trump associates could soon be questioned Papadopoulos’ lawyer Thomas M Breen based in Chicago declined to comment on the guilty plea but noted that "we will have the opportunity to comment on George’s involvement when called upon by the court at a later date We look forward to telling all of the details of George’s story at that time" The incident echoes elements of a June 2016 meeting involving Donald Trump Jr and other campaign officials at Trump Tower The president’s son organised that sit down with a Russian lawyer who was offering negative information about Clinton The White House immediately cast Papadopoulos as a mere volunteer with little influence during thecampaign White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders said his role was "extremely limited" and that "no activity was ever done in an official capacity on behalf of the campaign" Trump named Papadopoulos to his foreign policy advisory council in March 2016 among a short list of experts amid growing public pressure on Trump to demonstrate he had a bench of foreign policy expertise During a meeting with the Washington Post editorial board Trump called Papadopoulos an "excellent guy" He was named along with retired US Army Lieutenant GeneralKeith Kellogg former Bush administration inspector general Joseph Schmitz international affairs professor Walid Phares and energy executive Carter Page whose ties to Russian interests have also been scrutinised by congressional inquiries On 31 March 2016 Trump tweeted a photo of his meeting with the advisory board with Papadopoulos among a handful of advisers at the president’s table In his plea filing Papadopolous admitted that he told Trump and other top campaign national security officials during that meeting that he had made contact with intermediaries for Russia who said they could set up a meeting between Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin The statement does not describe Trump’s reaction but one meeting attendee recalled that it was not well received by Attorney-General Jeff Sessions then a senator and close adviser to the campaign who was also in attendance Sessions quickly dismissed the idea and said he’d prefer that no one ever speak about it according to the attendee who spoke on the condition of anonymity to share the private conversation The court filings recount Papadopoulos’ meetings abroad starting in March 2016 after he’d been named to Trump’s board Papadopoulos initially told the investigators the meetings came before and later admitted that was untrue Papadopoulos also deleted a Facebook post about his travels the documents said The court filings say he met first with the unnamed Russian professor who boasted of damaging emails and then later with an unnamed Russian woman who claimed to me related to Putin and sought to arrange a meeting between Trump and the Russian leader The unnamed professor also introduced Papadopoulos to a third unnamed person who claimed he had connections to the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs The two men then exchanged emails about a possible meeting between Trump campaign aides and Russian government officials The court records did not specify which emails the Russian claimed to have The timing of the new disclosures about Clinton emails may be significant because the scope of the Kremlin’s efforts to hack Clinton’s campaign and the Democratic National Committee were just beginning to be understood by March 2016 weeks before Papadopoulos was told of damaging emails It’s unclear how frequently Papadopoulos was in contact with the campaign officials Sanders initially said the foreign policy advisory board convened only once but the White House later clarified she was speaking only of official meetings with Trump in attendance An official involved with the group said the group met on a monthly basis throughout the spring and summer for a total of about six meetings Papadopoulos who was based in London at the time did not attend them all but he did attend a dinner meeting of the advisers in late June at the Capitol Hill Club in Washington along with Sessions The special counsel’s statement noted that in an email exchange about Papadopoulos’ contacts last year two unnamed Trump campaign officials sought to protect Trump from any overt involvement "We need someone to communicate that DT is not doing these trips It should be someone low level in the campaign so as not to send any signal" one of the campaign aides said An email independently obtained byAP shows that the comment was sent by Trump’s former campaign chairman Manafort to his long-time aide Gates on 21 May 2016 Written by Sriram Veera | Rajkot | Updated: November 10 2016 7:59 am Umesh Yadav has the the change in Law 32to thank after his celebration almost cost him Joe Root’s wicket (Source: Reuters) Top News Umesh Yadav has to thank Herschelle Gibbs for his catch that dismissed Joe Root There seems to be some confusion regarding the legality of Yadav’s catch – whether he had full control of it or not – but the change in the law in 2000 effectively nailed it in his favour Before we get to the law here is what happened on the first day at Rajkot Root hit the ball back towards the bowler Yadav who cupped it with both palms tossed it up almost immediately before he started to juggle it with one hand and failed to hold on to it again despite frantic efforts It would have been deemed ‘Not Out’ if it had been pre-2000 As it happened with Gibbs in the 1999 World Cup Back then Gibbs was at midwicket and held the ball flicked by Steve Waugh but when he tried to throw it up immediately he lost control and the ball fell to the ground It all happened quickly and was ruled not out by then prevalent law It’s to the Law 32 that we need to turn to Pre 2000 it was the 1980 code and the law stated thus: “The act of making the catch shall start from the time when the fieldsman first handles the ball and shall end when he both retains complete control over the further disposal of the ball and remains within the field of play” The relevant part is this: “retains complete control over the further disposal of the ball” Gibbs didn’t have control then and neither did Yadav now But subsequent to that Gibbs incident when a few changes were made in the cricket laws its phrasing changed It now reads: “The act of making the catch shall start from the time when a fielder first handles the ball and shall end when the fielder obtains complete control both over the ball and over his movement” The parts about ‘disposal’ were removed from the rule So now it didn’t matter whether Yadav was in control when he was disposing of the ball The only thing that mattered was whether he was in control when the ball was in his hands Which he certainly was The replays showed that that the ball stayed in his hands for a good three-four seconds before he decided to toss the ball up to celebrate the much-awaited Root dismissal For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Srinagar | Published: December 13 2016 12:09 pm A view of snow-covered upper reaches of Peer Panchal Range as pictured from Poonch in Jammu and Kashmir (Source: PTI) Top News Sub-zero temperatures prevailed at night in most parts of Kashmir division with a thick layer of fog engulfing the Valley even as the Met department here predicted mainly dry weather in the state in the week ahead expected to cause a drop in the mercury Dense fog engulfed many parts of the Valley including summer capital Srinagar this morning leading to poor visibility and causing difficulties to motorists an official of the Met department said in Srinagar Watch what else is making news: The city had witnessed mainly clear skies for the last two days after a spell of rain on SaturdayThe city had witnessed mainly clear skies for the last two days after a spell of rain on Saturday Srinagar recorded a minimum temperature of minus 05 degrees Celsius — down from previous night’s 01 degrees Celsius The official said the mercury in Leh town in Ladakh region increased slightly from the previous night’s low of minus 114 degrees Celsius to settle at a low of minus 106 degrees Celsius Leh was the coldest recorded place in the state The data for nearby Kargil town was not available There was fresh snowfall in many areas in the higher reaches of Kashmir yesterday including the famous ski-resort of Gulmarg The snowfall led to a decrease in night temperature at the resort with the mercury there settling at a low of minus 52 degrees Celsius compared to minus 34 degrees Celsius the previous night the official said Pahalgam — which serves as a base camp for the annual Amarnath Yatra -– shivered at a low of minus 49 degrees Celsius the official said adding that the resort was the coldest place in the Valley Kokernag town in south Kashmir registered a low of 08 degrees Celsius –– up from 04 degrees Celsius yesterday the official said Kupwara in north Kashmir recorded a low of minus 07 degree Celsius against minus 01 degrees Celsius the previous night while Qazigund -– the gateway town to Kashmir Valley –– registered a minimum of minus 32 degrees Celsius which was two degrees down from minus 12 degrees Celsius yesterday The official said Kupwara town received slight rainfall during the night The Meteorological Department has forecast mainly dry weather in the state over the week ahead which could lead to further drop in the night temperature For all the latest Srinagar News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Published: September 6 2016 2:37 pm India has sent its biggest-ever contingent of 17 athletes to the Rio Paralympics starting from September 6 Top News In a fine gesture the Sports Ministry announced that medallists from the Paralympics in Rio de Janeiro will be given cash awards at par with the medal winners of last month’s Olympic Games “Gold medallists of #Paralympic Games are entitled to Rs 75 Lacs Silver Rs 50 Lacs & Bronze Rs 30 Lacs as cash award from MYAS” the Ministry tweeted from its official handle “This cash award to the #Paralympic medallists is at par with medallists of #Olympics” it added India has sent its biggest-ever contingent of 17 athletes to the Rio Paralympics starting There in the squad is Devendra Jhajharia India’s first Paralympic gold medallist (Athens 2004) and will be eyeing a medal at the javelin throw event in the F46 category The Squad: Mariyappan Thangavelu (high jump) Varun Singh Bhati (high jump) Pooja (archery) Sharad Kumar (high jump) Rampal Chahar (high jump) Sundar Singh Gurjar (javelin throw) Devendra Jhajaria (javelin throw) Rinku (javelin throw) Narender Ranbir (javelin throw) Sandeep (javelin throw) Amit Kumar Saroha (club throw) Deepa Malik (shot put) Dharambir (club throw) Ankur Dhama (1500 metres) Basha Farman (powerlifting) Suyash Narayan Jadhav (swimming) Naresh Kumar Sharma (shooting) For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Harneet Singh | Mumbai | Published: July 19 2010 5:40 pm Related News Recentlyin order to promote his latestKhatta MeethaAkshay Kumar went to a Mumbai hospital to meet the ailing R K Laxman Since Akshay plays a common man in the Priyadarshan comedymeeting the legendary creator of the “common man” had the makings of a swell publicity gimmick But the gimmick fell flat — pictures of a grinning Akshay next to the frail cartoonist unleashed a flood of debates and discussions on social networking sites A prominent film reviewer called Akshay a “jackass” Amitabh Bachchan took up for his colleague and reprimanded the journalist for his choice of words A Twitter battle ensued between the twoand Akshay put in an explanatory tweet himself While the use of the word jackass might have been a bit harshAkshays stunt does mark a new low in film promotion A section of the opinion in Bollywood agrees that this was an unpleasant gimmick There are certain sacred areas that are best left untouched when it comes to selling a movieand hospitals are one of them More so if the person is so unwell that he doesnt even recognise the actor (as reported in the newspaper article accompanying the picture) Of coursethere are some who feel it’s the paper — and not Akshay — that is really to blame In his tweet to BachchanAkshay said: “As usual people are so quick to judge situations I was invited by the cartoonists family and press to visit him in the hospitalas they thought it would be nice to meet the man that is bringing to life his legendary comic And anyone who see’s my smile by his bedside in any other way other than love has a cold judgmental heart and I can only pity them” Akshay is right when he says that its all about judgement But even he will know that if anybodys image has taken a beating in this entire jackass-gate then it is his Since hes also the producer of the filmhe cant blame anyone but himself Granted that in Bollywood todayits all about grabbing eyeballs Publicity and marketing budgets are increasing day by day Everybody is thinking of new and innovative ideas to create awareness about their movie Aamir Khan even gave haircuts to his fans before Ghajini The marketing of Ghajini incidentallyis now being taught at IIM-A As a communication toolfilm promotion is powerful But like they saywith great power comes great responsibilityand a little caution is indeed recommended For sometimessome strategies boomerang and they leave a khatta taste For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News the other half coming from governments.” Last Friday, Teams: India: MS Dhoni (Captain and wk), but personally I am very conservative in real life. 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