In His Maiden Address To Pak, Prime Minister Imran Khan Highlights Problems


Imran Khan called up on people of Pakistan to team up with him to eradicate poverty

Islamabad: 

Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan today lashed out at the previous PML-N government for current debt crisis which has risen to Rs 28 trillion, saying the country had not been as indebted in its entire history as it has been in the last ten years.

In his maiden address to the nation a day after his swearing in as the country’s 22nd prime minister, Mr Khan identified Pakistan’s economic challenges and outlined the deficiencies in the health-care sector.

“Never in Pakistan’s history have we faced such difficult economic circumstances. Our debt burden is Rs 28 trillion. We haven’t been as indebted in our entire history as we have been in the last ten years,” he said.

“The interest that we have to pay on our debt has reached to a level that we have to take more debt to repay our obligations. Our external debt obligations have reached a level that we have to contemplate how we are going to grapple with them,” Mr Khan said.

He said that on one hand we are so indebted, and on the other hand our human development index ranking is very poor.

Pointing out the deficiencies in the health-care sector, he said that at present Pakistan is among the five such countries where infant mortality is highest due to use of contaminated water.

“We have the highest rates of mortality for pregnant women. We are unfortunately one of the countries that suffer from the highest incidences of stunting in children. We are talking about 45 per cent of this nation’s children,” he said.

“They are not getting proper nutrition. They are not developing properly. They are automatically left behind. What must their parents go through seeing their children in such a state?” he added.

He called up on people of Pakistan to team up with him to eradicate poverty, improve health-care system, provide proper nutrition to children.

“We have two paths ahead of us: one is the path we have taken so far – indebtedness, poverty, no funds to help our most vulnerable.

The Prime Minister pointed out the difference between the growing lifestyles of the rich and the poor, and hinted that he would adopt an austere style of governance.





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Hardik Pandya Sparks England Collapse As India Take Control On Day 2


After tea, opening duo of Shikhar Dhawan (44) and KL Rahul (36) looked to build on India’s advantage by making another cautious start. Rahul, in particular, was aggressive as he hit seven fours and scored at 100-plus strike rate during his 33-ball stay. 

Dhawan, on the other end, was a bit more watchful as the duo brought up the 50 in the ninth over. But Ben Stokes (1/30) broke the partnership by cleaning up Rahul in the 12th over.    

New man in, Pujara was cautious after his recent failures and put on 51 runs with Dhawan for the second wicket before Adil Rashid (1/23) foxed the left-hander with a google, only to be stumped by Jonny Bairstow. 

Earlier, Pandya picked up career-best figures as England lost 10 wickets in the post lunch session to be bowled out in 38.2 overs at Trent Bridge. Ishant Sharma (2/22) and Jasprit Bumrah (2/37) also picked up two wickets apiece.    

But Pandya’s lethal five-over opening spell made the difference as he sent the English line-up reeling in a space of 28 balls.    

Coming on to bat after lunch, the hosts crossed 50 in the 10th over, after which the downfall began. Sharma was handed the ball as play restarted and he had both the openers — Alastair Cook (29) and Keaton Jennings (20) — in all sorts of trouble.    

He dismissed Cook for the 10th time in Test cricket, caught behind in the 12th over after the left-hander was dropped by Pujara at first slip two balls earlier. On the very first ball of the next over, Bumrah removed Jennings caught behind as well.    

Olliver Pope (10) and Joe Root (16) added 21 runs for the third wicket, but Sharma’s fuller lengths caused all sort of troubles for both the batsman. He had Pope caught behind as well with Rishabh Pant latching on to his third catch of the day. 

Off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin (0/3) went off the field for a short time owing to a stiff hip, but he recovered enough to return to the field.    

Pandya made sure that the off-spinner wasn’t required at all in the first innings. First, he had Root caught at second slip with Rahul getting his fingers under the ball in time for the TV umpire to rule in his favour.    

Then an over later, Pandya and Rahul combined again to send Bairstow (15) back. England were reeling at 108 for 5 in the 30th over as Stokes’ struggle ended with Rahul this time claiming a catch off Mohammed Shami (1/56).    

Pandya wasn’t done just yet. His next three wickets came in the space of three balls across the 31st and 33rd over, during which he was on a hattrick as well.    

Pandya accounted for both Chris Woakes (8) and Rashid (5) as Pant collected his fifth catch in only his first Test outing. 

Pandya was on a hattrick after he trapped Stuart Broad (0) with the first ball of the next over, but James Anderson (1 not out) fended it off.    

Pandya’s 28-ball effort was the second-quickest five-wicket haul for India in Test cricket after Harbhajan Singh took a fiver off 27 balls against West Indies in 2006.    

Jos Buttler (39) threw his bat around and hit three fours and two sixes as England barely managed to save the follow on. He added 33 runs for the last wicket with Anderson before holing out off Bumrah in the deep.    

Earlier, India’s tail failed to wag as England dismissed the visitors for 329 in their first innings before reaching 46 for no loss at lunch. 

Resuming at overnight score of 307 for six, the remaining four Indian batsmen could add just 22 runs in 7.5 overs as England bowled out the visitors in 94.5 overs. 

Kohli top-scored for India in the first innings with 97, while Ajinkya Rahane made 81

For England, James Anderson (3/64), Stuart Broad (3/72) and Chris Woakes (3/75) picked up three wickets apiece. England lead the five-match series 2-0.

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Two minor girls raped by 11 men in Jharkhand  


लोहरदगा (झारखंड): झारखंड के लोहरदगा जिले में कथित तौर पर दो नाबालिग लड़कियों से दुष्कर्म करने के आरोपी 11 लोगों को गिरफ्तार किया गया है. पुलिस उपाधीक्षक आशीष कुमार महली ने संवाददाता सम्मेलन में बताया कि इन लोगों को हिरही हर्रा टोली इलाके में एक पुलिस दल द्वारा छापेमारी के बाद गिरफ्तार किया गया. उन्होंने कहा कि सभी आरोपियों की उम्र 18 से 28 वर्ष के बीच है.

यह भी पढ़ें : झारखंड में लड़की से सामूहिक दुष्कर्म, चार गिरफ्तार 

उन्होंने इस वारदात को तब अंजाम दिया जब 16 अगस्त को दोनों लड़कियां अपने एक पड़ोसी के साथ हिरही हर्रा टोली इलाके में जा रही थीं. डीएसपी ने कहा कि तीनों एक मोटरसाइकिल पर जा रहे थे तभी हिरही रेलवे पुल के पास उनकी मोटरसाइकिल खराब हो गई. लड़कियों में से एक ने फोन पर अपने दोस्त से मदद मांगी, लेकिन मदद के बजाए उसने अपने 11 दोस्तों को मौके पर भेज दिया. वे लड़कियों को एक सूनसान जगह पर ले गए, उनके पड़ोसी को मारपीट कर वहां से भगा दिया.

यह भी पढ़ें : झारखंड: जमशेदपुर में लड़की ने पुलिस पर लगाया रेप और वीडियो बनाकर ब्लैकमेल करने का आरोप

टिप्पणियां


महली ने कहा कि इसके बाद उन लोगों ने बारी-बारी से लड़कियों से दुष्कर्म किया. उन्होंने कहा कि आरोपी ने पीड़ितों के मोबाइल फोन भी छीन लिए. लड़कियों के बयान के आधार पर सदर पुलिस थाने में एक मामला दर्ज किया गया. पुलिस अधीक्षक प्रियदर्शी आलोक के घटना की जांच किए जाने के निर्देश पर एक टास्कफोर्स का गठन किया गया. उप-मंडलीय पुलिस अधिकारी अरविंद कुमार वर्मा और महली इसकी अध्यक्षता कर रहे थे. डीएसपी ने कहा कि पुलिस ने आरोपियों में से एक के घर से मोबाइल फोन भी बरामद कर लिए.

(इनपुट: भाषा)



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BJP Lawmaker Locked Up, Officials Block Kanwar Yatra From UP Village


Kanwar Yatra is a pilgrimage of Shiva devotees, to Hindu pilgrimage places (Pic: Kanwar Yatra in Bhopal)

Bareilly: 

Bareilly district authorities did not permit a Kanwar yatra pass through a village today fearing law and order problems. A BJP MLA, who wanted to set a new trend and wanted the pilgrims to pass through, was also restricted within his office for the day.

Bareilly District Magistrate Virendra Kumar Singh said Bithari Chainpur MLA Rajesh Mishra wanted to take out a Kanwar procession through Khajuria village, even as in the past no such procession had passed through this village.

Acting as per the orders of the Uttar Pradesh government, no new tradition was allowed to start which could pose a threat to communal harmony and law and order, he said.

A senior UP government official confirmed the orders and said it is a routine procedure followed and observed every year.

“As a result, to maintain the law and order, the procession was not permitted to pass through the village and the MLA was not allowed to move out of his office for the day,” Singh said.

The district magistrate also said that strict action will be initiated against anyone trying to start a new tradition which may affect the law and order situation.

Heavy deployment of police has been made in the area and police is urging the Kanwar pilgrims to take another route – the Bisalpur road, he said.

Meanwhile, MLA Mishra said he does not know through which road the procession will be taken, but a Kanwar yatra will be held for sure.





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Brighton Pile Misery On Jose Mourinho’s Woeful Manchester United


Mourinho warned of a “difficult” season when he wasn’t backed in the transfer market before the deadline for Premier League clubs closed before the opening weekend of the season.

Strengthening the heart of his defence was Mourinho’s priority and it showed as Victor Lindelof and Eric Bailly endured a torrid afternoon on England’s south coast.

In a tempestuous pre-season, Mourinho also clashed with Anthony Martial when the Frenchman failed to return to the club’s pre-season tour of the United States after the birth of his second child.

But Martial was recalled to the starting line-up in the absence of the injured Alexis Sanchez and had the first chance when he dashed inside two Brighton defenders before seeing his shot blocked by Duffy.

The story could have been very different for the visitors had Lukaku not wasted a huge chance to open the scoring when he pulled his shot wide of the near post 10 minutes in.

Instead, Brighton went in front when veteran striker Murray caught Lindelof ball watching to flick home Solly March’s cross with a classy finish.

Two minutes later, the hosts led 2-0 as Duffy was given the space to control and fire past a helpless David de Gea after United failed to clear a corner.

Despite suggesting he is unhappy at Old Trafford after scoring in last weekend’s 2-1 win over Leicester, Paul Pogba was again handed the captain’s armband by Mourinho.

However, there was little sign of Pogba leading United out of the mire as he and summer signing Fred, who cost a reported 52.5 million euros (57.9 million euros, $66.3 million) struggled to control the game in midfield.

Brighton’s failure to defend set-pieces cost them in a 2-0 defeat to Watford last weekend and threatened to undo their good work again when Lukaku was left unmarked just five yards out to nod home Luke Shaw’s deflected cross and give United a lifeline.

That reprieve lasted just 10 minutes, however, before more rash defending by Bailly allowed Brighton to restore their two-goal lead.

Dale Stephens beat Fred to a loose ball in midfield and released Gross before the German was brought down by a lunge inside the area by the Ivorian.

De Gea got a touch to Gross’s penalty but couldn’t keep it out to compound a miserable first 45 minutes for United.

Mourinho turned to two of England’s World Cup heroes in Marcus Rashford and Jesse Lingard at the break in search of inspiration.

But the damage had already been done as Brighton sat comfortably on their lead until virtually the last kick of the match.

Pogba reduced United’s deficit by blasting home from the spot after Duffy felled Marouane Fellaini, but it was too little, too late.

Mourinho’s third seasons in charge during his second spell at Chelsea and at Real Madrid never recovered from a poor start.

His time at Old Trafford threatens to go the same way, particularly with Tottenham next up a week on Monday.



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Rain Lets Up In Kerala, Thousands Still Feared Trapped: 10 Facts


Rain Lets Up In Kerala, Thousands Still Feared Trapped: 10 Facts

No outbreak of diseases has been reported in the state.

Thiruvananthapuram:  Rain has finally eased in Kerala hit by the worst floods in nearly a century that has killed more than 160 people since August 8. Over 300 people have died in the southern state this monsoon that has suffered damages over Rs 20,000 crore. Thousands of people are still feared stranded, awaiting relief and rescue. As the state and centre turn towards rebuilding efforts, the risk of disease outbreak in relief camps – where more than 6 lakh people have been given temporary shelter – has surfaced as a major concern.





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Dalit Man Beaten To Death In UP’s Pilbhit By Niece’s Lover


The victim was allegedly attacked with sticks by the youth and some others, police said.

Pilbhit: 

A 45-year-old Dalit man was beaten to death in Uttar Pradesh’s Pilibhit district allegedly by his niece’s lover who is from a different caste, police said today.

The incident happened a couple of days back at Bhagwantpur village in Bilsanda area — 215 km northwest of Lucknow. The victim, Shiv Kumar, had gone to call back his niece who went to her lover’s house, resulting in a dispute between Kumar and the youth, an OBC, police said.

When Kumar was returning home without his niece, he was allegedly attacked with sticks by the youth and some others, police said.

Kumar was taken to a hospital, where he was declared dead on arrival, the officer said, adding that a case had been registered against seven people.





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Hardik Pandya’s Maiden Five-Wicket Haul Dismantles England At Trent Bridge


Hardik Pandya broke the back of the England batting line-up to claim his maiden five-wicket haul on the second day of the third Test at Trent Bridge in Nottingham on Sunday. Pandya became the second fastest Indian to take a five-wicket haul when he took just 29 balls as the hosts were bundled out for 161 in their first innings. Harbhajan Singh is the only other bowler to take five wickets in fewer balls for India than Hardik Pandya’s 29 balls on Sunday.

Pandya produced an inspired spell of bowling to record his best figures in Test cricket.

Pandya took five for 28 runs in six overs, including a stunning spell of four for eight in 11 balls, as he revelled in the swing-friendly conditions.

Before the third Test, Pandya’s position in the India team came under scrutiny, but, on the second day at Trent Bridge, he produced a spell to remember.

Michael Holding had come out and questioned Hardik Pandya’s place in the Indian team. He had said that Pandya is not yet the all-rounder India wants him to be, because he is ineffective as a bowler and also not scoring enough runs with the bat.

Incidentally, Pandya was the second highest run-scorer in the Indian side after the first two Test matches of the five-match series.

As far as the match is concerned, England only narrowly avoided the follow-on total of 130 but India had strengthened their grip on the game as they looked to recover from 2-0 down in the five-match series.   

It was the second time this year that England had been dismissed inside a session of Test cricket following their humiliating 58 all out against New Zealand in Auckland in March.

The irony was that England had enjoyed a solid opening stand to be 54 without loss.

But the exit of left-handers Alastair Cook (29) and Keaton Jennings (20) on that total sparked a collapse that saw eight wickets lost for 74 runs.

Only Jos Buttler’s 39 briefly kept India at bay.





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Please note that if your browser setting is already setup to block all cookies (including strictly necessary Cookies) you may not be able to access or use all or parts or functionalities of our sites.
If you want to remove previously-stored cookies, you can manually delete the cookies at any time from your browser settings. However, this will not prevent the sites from placing further cookies on your device unless and until you adjust your Internet browser setting as described above.
For more information on the development of user-profiles and the use of targeting/advertising Cookies, please see www.youronlinechoices.eu if you are located in Europe or www.aboutads.info/choices if in the United States.

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