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As Euro 2016 reaches its final stages,the VHP led it. “Iftekar Shaikh loved cricket, but that would have been a victory for those responsible for the attack,for the hosts.The rain arrived during the lunch break and did not let up That unlikely draw is still on but nothanks to the West Indies top-order India which is conducting major naval drills with Singapore in the disputed South China Sea has “reneged” on its promise not to provoke China on the sensitive issue a Chinese military expert said on Monday Judging from the deployment of anti-submarine weapons the purpose of the drills is clearly aimed at impacting China’s submarines in the India Ocean which India regards as a “threat” to its influence in the area Song Zhongping a military expert who used to serve in the People’s Liberation Army Rocket Force was quoted as saying by the state-run Global Times File image of the South China Sea AFP “India had promised not to take sides and provoke China on the South China Sea disputes But the country is reneging on its promise by conducting such major drills in the area” Song said Navies of India and Singapore began a seven-day-long mega maritime exercise last Thursday in the South China Sea which has been witnessing growing Chinese assertiveness The drill code-named “SIMBEX” (Singapore-India Maritime Bilateral Exercise) aims to enhance inter-operability between the two navies China had said that if such exchanges and cooperation is for the benefit of regional peace and security then it has no opposition to the drills “We just hope that when the relevant countries conduct such exchanges and cooperation they should bear in mind that such activities should not hurt the interests of other countries or have any negative impact on regional peace and stability” Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying had said on Friday Song also said the high-level of cooperation between India and Japan including the “Freedom Corridor” that connects Asia-Pacific to Africa can also be seen as push back against China’s Belt and Road initiative The close bilateral cooperation is the previous United States president Barack Obama’s administration’s legacy in which Japan and India were meant to keep China at bay both politically and militarily Qian Feng an expert at the Chinese Association for South Asian Studies was quoted by the report Qian also stressed that India’s recent operations in Southeast Asia are a political investment India could use its influence in ASEAN countries as a bargaining chip in negotiations with China once ties between China and ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) countries get strained over South China Sea disputes he said He also referred to reports that India and Japan are working on infrastructure projects including the expansion of Iran’s Chabahar port and Sri Lanka’s Trincomalee port and the development of the Dawei port along the Thai-Myanmar border India did not send an official delegation to China to attend last week’s ‘Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation’ in Beijing in view of its concerns over the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) which passes through the Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK) China claims almost all of the South China Sea as its territory Vietnam the Philippines Malaysia Brunei and Taiwan have counter claims over the area By: Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: January 20 2017 5:11 am VP Singh Badnore Top News UT ADMINISTRATOR VP Singh Badnore has called for a literature fest that should be devoted to armed forces personnel While unveiling the book ‘Be Lag Lapet’ — written by Ravinder Kishore Sinha MP Rajya Sabha at Raj Bhawan on Wednesday Badnore said defence personnel with their experience would be a source of enlightenment and literature fests are ideal platforms The administrator stressed upon the role of authors who he said play a significant role in society “Young writers should come for their expressive vision and also for the uplift of the society changing one’s mindset” said Badnore Watch what else is in the news Addressing the gathering author and Rajya Sabha MP R K Sinha said “On the basis of my five decades of journalistic writings and experiences meaningful writings are only possible with honesty and neutrality An ideal writer must be honest neutral and committed in its approach as freedom of media is important for a successful democratic set-up” Among those present on the occasion were Ram Bahadur Roy writer and president Indira Gandhi International Cultural Centre New Delhi Virender Singh Chauhan vice president Haryana Granth Akademi Mayor Asha Jaiswal and former MP Satya Pal Jain among others For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS | Madrid | Updated: August 30 2016 12:18 am Julen Lopetegui expressed that he will keep Spain’s playing style and reinforce it with new features Top News Spain’s new chief coach Julen Lopetegui said on Monday that he is “very excited” to lead the first training session and is looking forward to starting work with the national football squad The Spanish coach who appeared before the media with his coaching staff in Madrid admitted that although he is “very excited” he has “butterflies in the stomach” on the first day of training reports Efe Lopetegui received the players called up for Spain’s friendly against Belgium and the first qualifier for the FIFA 2018 World Cup against Liechtenstein The coach expressed his satisfaction with La Roja indicating that he will keep Spain’s playing style and reinforce it with new features For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsLondon:Petra Kvitova admitted Saturday that the dream of returning to Wimbledon kept her spirits up after she suffered a potentially career-ending injury in a terrifying knife attack at her home The 27-year-old Czech who was Wimbledon champion in 2011 and 2014 only returned to the sport at the French Open having missed six months to recover from the December attack which left her left playing hand severely damaged Warned by her doctors that she may even lose her fingers Kvitova used the All England Club as motivation to keep her career and hopes alive Petra Kvitova celebrates with the Birmingham Classic trophy after winning the final against Ashleigh Barty at Edgbaston AP “Sitting on the couch at home I didn’t think about Wimbledon at first” said the Czech “But then when the time about the end of the March I took the racquet for the first time to my hand I was starting to think I would love to be back in Wimbledon “It would be very sad if I can’t make this year That’s the big big thing that I’m here I already play in Paris but Wimbledon was my dream to coming back was my motivation to play here” Despite the physical and mental scars caused by the terror of fighting off the burglar and only having played two events all year Kvitova finds herself amongst the favourites to lift a third Wimbledon title With Serena Williams (pregnant) and Maria Sharapova (injured) missing Kvitova and five-time champion Venus Williams are the only players in the draw to have claimed the women’s trophy Having lost in the second round at the French Open Kvitova emphasised her grass court powers by winning the Birmingham title last week “I’m still surprised how I played in my second event after my comeback” said Kvitova who starts her campaign against Sweden’s Johanna Larsson “I think the grass always gives me extra confidence I know I can play well on it Through the Birmingham tournament I felt like every round I played better and better which is always good sign” Whatever happens over the next two weeks Kvitova said she will treat victory or defeat with similar composure It’s a legacy the World No 12 attributes to a new outlook forced upon her by surviving the knife attack “I think I am little bit different on the court and off the court I think I see life and tennis from a little bit of a different angle than before “I think that before I was very nervous before every match Now I see that I shouldn’t be There’s more important things in the life than just tennis” Kvitova believes that although the memories of the attack will always be with her —the investigation by Czech police is still ongoing —she will refuse to be defined as a victim “As I said in Paris after my loss that now the fairytale ended and it’s now my job to be realistic in work playing tennis travelling and really thinking about tennis which was true” she added “Sometimes when I’m really thinking about it I get a little bit weird inside But I think I’m better every week I hope one day everything will be fine” Brasilia: Brazil’s President Michel Temer is expected to win enough support from lawmakers on Wednesday to survive an unprecedented vote on whether he should stand trial on corruption charges The deeply unpopular leader is hoping to put behind him a scandal that paralysed his administration so that he can focus on passing legislation needed to end a budget crisis and help pull Latin America’s largest economy from its worst recession The lower house vote will gauge how much political capital Temer still has to block additional charges federal prosecutors are preparing to file against him and to advance a crucial overhaul of Brazil’s costly pension system His opponents need two-thirds of the votes in the chamber —342 out of 513 —to approve a charge that Temer took bribes from the world’s largest meatpacker JBS SA and send the case to the Supreme Court where he could be put on trial File image of Brazil president Michel Temer Reuters Even some of his opponents see that as a tall order “It is very hard to get 342 votes” said Congressman Rubens Bueno of the Popular Socialist Party which quit Temer’s coalition after a secretly recorded conversation with the owner of JBS plunged the president into a new corruption scandal “What matters is how many votes he gets If Temer does not have a comfortable majority his government will become unstable” Bueno said by telephone Temer has scrambled for support in recent days to avoid becoming the second president to be ousted in a year in a deepening crisis fueled by massive corruption investigations Temer needs just 172 votes to block the corruption charge According to the Brasilia consultancy ARKO which has surveyed lawmakers he will get between 257 and 270 votes enough to avoid trial but with a slim majority to continue governing Waning support for Temer would leave him hard-pressed to win approval for the pension reform that is crucial for plugging Brazil’s budget deficit The measure is a constitutional amendment that requires three-fifths of the house votes or 308 Temer’s hold on office could become precarious if new corruption charges are brought against him With the 2018 election year approaching lawmakers will find it harder to back him again later his year Brazil’s top prosecutor Rodrigo Janot has said he will file at least two more graft-related charges against Temer before he steps down in mid-September An official with knowledge of the investigations told Reuters Janot is considering filing the charges of obstruction of justice and criminal organisation sooner if lawmakers reject the first corruption charge Janot’s team could also file the charges together to give them more punch adding more incriminating evidence against Temer from new plea bargain statements by witnesses the source said Brazil has impeached two presidents including Temer’s leftist predecessor Dilma Rousseff whom he succeeded in 2016 However Temer would be the first to face trial for corruption Barcelona: Young French forward Ousmane Dembele is “looking better every day” Barcelona coach Ernesto Valverde said ahead of his debut on Saturday File image of Ousmane Dembele AP Dembele 20 joined Barcelona for a Spanish record transfer fee of 105 million euros ($125 million) from Borussia Dortmund that could rise to 145m euros with add-ons The Catalan giants splashed out on Dembele to fill the gap left by Neymar’s world record 222 million-euro move to Paris Saint-Germain “It took him a bit of time to digest the deal” Valverde said of Dembele ahead of the derby against city rivals Espanyol “He’s only 20 and there was a media barrage” Valverde explained “It’s not like he was lost or anything but these things affect you He needed time to settle and now he’s looking better every day “He’s more at ease in training and I think he’s ready although I haven’t decided exactly which role he’ll play tomorrow” Dembele will form a fearsome forward line alongside five-time World Player of the Year Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez as Barca aim to wrestle the Champions League and La Liga titles back from rivals Real Madrid “It’s great that all the transfers are out of the way and now we can concentrate on the team we have I’m very happy with it” Valverde added “We have a great team one which should win some trophies” Dembele announced himself as one of Europe’s top prospects with a stellar season at Dortmund scoring 10 goals after joining from Rennes for just 15 million euros a year ago