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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India did better under UPA, says Chidambaram targeting Modi govt on economy; BJP hits back


नई दिल्ली: पूर्व वित्त मंत्री पी. चिदंबरम ने दावा किया कि कांग्रेस की अगुवाई वाली यूपीए-1 और यूपीए-2 सरकारों के समय देश ने किसी एक दशक में सबसे ऊंची आर्थिक वृद्धि दर्ज की. साथ ही उन्होंने मौजूदा राष्ट्रीय जनतांत्रिक गठबंधन (राजग) सरकार पर तंज कसते हुए कहा कि एक नहीं तीन-तीन वित्त मंत्री अर्थव्यवस्था संभाल रहे हैं. चिदंबरम ने सांख्यिकी मंत्रालय द्वारा हाल में जारी सकल घरेलू उत्पाद (जीडीपी) के वृद्धि दर के आंकड़ों का हवाला देते हुए कहा कि यूपीए-1 सरकार के दौरान औसत वृद्धि दर 8.87 प्रतिशत थी. इस दौरान 2006-07 में वृद्धि 10.08 प्रतिशत तक गई. यूपीए- 2 के दौरान औसत वृद्धि दर 7.39 प्रतिशत रही. इसके जवाब में भाजपा ने कहा कि संप्रग सरकार के समय महंगाई और चालू खाते का घाटा बहुत ऊंचा हो गया था. मोदी सरकार ने आकर स्थिति को सुधारा.

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भाजपा प्रवक्ता संबित पात्रा ने कहा कि ये आंकड़े आधिकारिक नहीं हैं और सरकार ने अभी तक इन्हें स्वीकार नहीं किया है. चिदंबरम ने कांग्रेस मुख्यालय पर कहा कि यूपीए-1 और 2 के समय औसत वार्षिक वृद्धि 8.13 प्रतिशत रही जो किसी एक दशक में सबसे ऊंची वृद्धि दर है. इस दौरान 14 करोड़ लोगों को गरीबी की रेखा से ऊपर निकाला गया जो एक रिकॉर्ड है. मोदी सरकार पर तंज करते हुए उन्होंने कहा, ‘इस समय तीन वित्त मंत्री अर्थव्यवस्था संभाल रहे हैं. इनमें एक वास्तविक, एक औपचारिक और एक अदृश्य वित्त मंत्री हैं.’ 

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संबित पात्रा ने कहा, ‘कांग्रेस पार्टी जब कोई सफलता हासिल नहीं कर पाती है तो वह अपनी विफलता का ही जश्न मनाना शुरू कर देती है. यूपीए के कार्यकाल में मुद्रास्फीति बढ़ रही थी और वे चालू खाते के घाटे पर अंकुश नहीं लगा पाए थे. वहीं नरेंद्र मोदी सरकार के कार्यकाल में भारत दुनिया की छह सबसे बड़ी अर्थव्यवस्थाओं में शामिल हो चुका है.’  संबित पात्रा ने कहा कि मोदी सरकार के कार्यकाल में भारत ‘पांच कमजोर’ अर्थव्यवस्थाओं की श्रेणी से निकल कर निवेश के सबसे शानदार गंतव्यों में शामिल हो गया है. यूपीए-2 के समय एक निवेश बैंक ने तुर्की, ब्राजील, भारत, दक्षिण अफ्रीका और इंडोनेशिया को बड़ी उभरती अर्थव्यवस्थाओं में पांच ‘सबसे कमजोर अर्थव्यवस्थाओं’ का नाम दे रखा था.

 

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बीजेपी प्रवक्ता संबित पात्रा ने किया पलटवार.

राष्ट्रीय सांख्यिकी आयोग द्वारा गठित वास्तविक क्षेत्र के आंकड़ों पर समिति गठित की गई है. इसके द्वारा तैयार जीडीपी की नई श्रृंखला की पिछली कड़ियों के अनुमानों को सांख्यिकी एवं कार्यक्रम क्रियान्वयन मंत्रालय की वेबसाइट पर शुक्रवार को डाला गया.

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मंत्रालय ने भी आज एक बयान में कहा कि समिति की रिपोर्ट कोई ‘आधिकारिक आंकड़े नहीं हैं.’ औपचारिक अनुमान बाद में जारी किए जाएंगे. मौजूदा सरकार पर हमला बोलते हुए चिदंबरम ने कहा कि इस सरकार को विरासत में ऐसी अर्थव्यवस्था मिली थी जो तेजी से आगे बढ़ रही थी. दुर्भाग्य से पहले दो साल बाद ही सरकार लड़खड़ाने लगी और रफ्तार थमने लगी. इसकी मुख्य वजह नोटबंदी, गलत तरीके से जीएसटी का क्रियान्वयन और कर-आतंकवाद है. उन्होंने कहा कि कांग्रेस बराबरी और सामाजिक न्याय के साथ उच्च वृद्धि दर की हिमायती है. मोदी सरकार के दौर में ये तीनों बातें प्रभावित हुई हैं.

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To Further Maritime Sucurity, India And Mauritius Hold Talks


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India and Mauritius today discussed measures to further strengthen bilateral ties and cooperation in the field of maritime security as External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj held talks with the country’s top leadership.

Ms Swaraj, who was here to attend the 11th World Hindi Conference, called on Mauritian Prime Minister Pravind Kumar Jugnauth and discussed bilateral ties.

“Connecting with a maritime neighbour! EAM @SushmaSwaraj called on Prime Minister of Mauritius Pravind Kumar Jugnauth. Discussed further deepening our special ties,” MEA spokesperson Raveesh Kumar tweeted.

PM Jugnauth hosted a banquet lunch in honour Ms Swaraj which was attended by prominent dignitaries from both sides.

Ms Swaraj also met the country’s Opposition leader Xavier Luc Duval, former prime ministers Navinchandra Ramgoolam and Paul Berenger on the sidelines of the three-day World Hindi Conference that began here yesterday.

In the meeting, Mr Berenger conveyed his condolence on the demise of former prime minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee and recalled the role played by him in strengthening our bilateral relations.

In April, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the sidelines of the multilateral Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) in London, had met Jugnauth and talked about cooperation in trade and investment, maritime cooperation and people-to-people ties.

In 2017, India had announced a USD 500 million line of credit to Mauritius as the two countries decided to firm up cooperation in the field of maritime security in the Indian Ocean region.

The two sides also signed a maritime security agreement.

Earlier, Ms Swaraj inaugurated Panini Language Laboratory at Mahatma Gandhi Institute. The language laboratory, gifted by the Indian government, deploys ICT-enabled methods to teach Hindi.





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Bajrang Punia Gives India First Gold, Sushil Kumar Makes Shock Exit


Bajrang gave India the first gold of the Games in Jakarta but the country’s first medal came 600 kilometers away in Palembang, where the mixed rifle team of Apurvi Chandela and Ravi Kumar faltered towards the end to settle for bronze. Like wrestling, shooting was also a mixed bag as the bronze came after teen sensation Manu Bhaker and Abhishek Verma failed to qualify for the pistol mixed team finals against expectations.

The hockey turf in Jakarta also produced a brilliant result for India with the women’s team, which won a bronze in 2014, hammering hosts Indonesia 8-0 for a rousing start. Drag-flicker Gurjit Kaur was the star of the show with a hat-trick.

But the day well and truly belonged to Bajrang, who came into the Games after winning three tournaments — the Commonwealth Games, the Tbilisi Grand Prix, and the Yasar Dogu International. He was simply sensational and produced a performance which had been expected of him in the build-up to the Games. Such was his domination that the 24-year-old from Haryana won all his bouts, until the final, by technical superiority.

He outclassed Uzbekistan’s Sirojiddin Khasanov (13-3), Tajikistan’s Fayziev Abdulqosim (12-2) and Mongolia’s N Batmagnai Batchuluu (10-0) to storm into the gold medal bout.

In the final, he was tested by Japan’s Takatani Daichi but the Haryana grappler held his nerve to prevail 10-8 in an exciting battle. With this stellar feat, Bajrang emulated his mentor Yogeshwar Dutt, who had won gold in the last edition. Kartar Singh (1978, 1986), Satpal Singh (1982), Rajinder Singh (1978), Changdi Ram (1970) and Maruti Mane (1962) are the other wrestlers who form India’s golden club at Asiad.

“There are very few gold for Indian wrestlers in Asiad. So it is a big achievement for me. Only Yogeshwar and Rajinder Singh have won two gold medals in a year (CWG and Asiad), I am only the third to do it, so naturally, I am feeling proud of myself,” the 24-year-old said.

Another name that was set to be on this list was of Sushil but the double Olympic medallist could not produce the big-event show he is famous for. However, he was graceful in defeat.

“I did not expect this. The 57kg World Champion was sitting beside me, he said ‘I lost’. I told him don’t worry, I have also lost. It is part of sport and I will come back again. We can’t be overwhelmed by defeats or victories, it won’t lead you anywhere,” said Sushil.

A gold was also expected from the Jakabaring Shooting Range in Palembang, where the Indians were in contention in two events, but the contingent had to be content with a mixed team rifle bronze.

The Indian pairing of Chandela and Kumar aggregated 429.9 after 42 shots in the 48-shot final and were in second spot for major part of the 48-shot finals before China overtook them to take the silver.

It was a maiden Asian Games medal for Chandela, who will be aiming for a better colour medal in the 10m air rifle tomorrow. World Cup bronze medallist Kumar, who is mentored by the great Abhinav Bindra, had won a men’s 10m rifle team bronze at last the edition at Incheon.

There were no more medals on the opening day but they were certainly some promising results.

Indian swimmers Sajan Prakash and Srihari Nataraj finished creditable fifth and seventh respectively in the men’s 200m butterfly and 100m backstroke events.

In rowing, medal hopes were raised after Om Prakash and Sawarn Singh topped Heat 2 in men’s doubles sculls while Dattu Baban Bhokanal was second in Heat 1 of singles sculls. It was a lean day in tennis with most Indians getting first-round byes. There was one match in the mixed doubles and last-minute formed pairing of Karman Kaur Thandi and Divij Sharan did well to clear the opening hurdle.

The Indian badminton team, led by Kidambi Srikanth, made a resounding start to its campaign, thrashing minnows Maldives 3-0 in the opening match of the team competition.

World No 8. Srikanth brushed aside Maldives’ Hussein Zayan Shaheed Zaki 21-4 21-5 to give India a 1-0 lead. World No. 11 H S Prannoy then outclassed Mohamed Sarim 21-8 21-6. B Sai Praneeth, who had clinched the 2017 Singapore Open, then ended the challenge of Mohamed Ajfan Rasheed with a 21-7 21-8 demolition as India wrapped up the contest 3-0.

In Kabaddi, which has been India’s ‘gold mine’ at Asian Games, both teams made a winning start. The men’s team outclassed Sri Lanka after opening its campaign with a win over Bangladesh, while the women’s team pulled off a dominating win over Japan in its opener.



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Bajrang Punia Gives India First Gold, Sushil Kumar Makes Shock Exit


Bajrang gave India the first gold of the Games in Jakarta but the country’s first medal came 600 kilometers away in Palembang, where the mixed rifle team of Apurvi Chandela and Ravi Kumar faltered towards the end to settle for bronze. Like wrestling, shooting was also a mixed bag as the bronze came after teen sensation Manu Bhaker and Abhishek Verma failed to qualify for the pistol mixed team finals against expectations.

The hockey turf in Jakarta also produced a brilliant result for India with the women’s team, which won a bronze in 2014, hammering hosts Indonesia 8-0 for a rousing start. Drag-flicker Gurjit Kaur was the star of the show with a hat-trick.

But the day well and truly belonged to Bajrang, who came into the Games after winning three tournaments — the Commonwealth Games, the Tbilisi Grand Prix, and the Yasar Dogu International. He was simply sensational and produced a performance which had been expected of him in the build-up to the Games. Such was his domination that the 24-year-old from Haryana won all his bouts, until the final, by technical superiority.

He outclassed Uzbekistan’s Sirojiddin Khasanov (13-3), Tajikistan’s Fayziev Abdulqosim (12-2) and Mongolia’s N Batmagnai Batchuluu (10-0) to storm into the gold medal bout.

In the final, he was tested by Japan’s Takatani Daichi but the Haryana grappler held his nerve to prevail 10-8 in an exciting battle. With this stellar feat, Bajrang emulated his mentor Yogeshwar Dutt, who had won gold in the last edition. Kartar Singh (1978, 1986), Satpal Singh (1982), Rajinder Singh (1978), Changdi Ram (1970) and Maruti Mane (1962) are the other wrestlers who form India’s golden club at Asiad.

“There are very few gold for Indian wrestlers in Asiad. So it is a big achievement for me. Only Yogeshwar and Rajinder Singh have won two gold medals in a year (CWG and Asiad), I am only the third to do it, so naturally, I am feeling proud of myself,” the 24-year-old said.

Another name that was set to be on this list was of Sushil but the double Olympic medallist could not produce the big-event show he is famous for. However, he was graceful in defeat.

“I did not expect this. The 57kg World Champion was sitting beside me, he said ‘I lost’. I told him don’t worry, I have also lost. It is part of sport and I will come back again. We can’t be overwhelmed by defeats or victories, it won’t lead you anywhere,” said Sushil.

A gold was also expected from the Jakabaring Shooting Range in Palembang, where the Indians were in contention in two events, but the contingent had to be content with a mixed team rifle bronze.

The Indian pairing of Chandela and Kumar aggregated 429.9 after 42 shots in the 48-shot final and were in second spot for major part of the 48-shot finals before China overtook them to take the silver.

It was a maiden Asian Games medal for Chandela, who will be aiming for a better colour medal in the 10m air rifle tomorrow. World Cup bronze medallist Kumar, who is mentored by the great Abhinav Bindra, had won a men’s 10m rifle team bronze at last the edition at Incheon.

There were no more medals on the opening day but they were certainly some promising results.

Indian swimmers Sajan Prakash and Srihari Nataraj finished creditable fifth and seventh respectively in the men’s 200m butterfly and 100m backstroke events.

In rowing, medal hopes were raised after Om Prakash and Sawarn Singh topped Heat 2 in men’s doubles sculls while Dattu Baban Bhokanal was second in Heat 1 of singles sculls. It was a lean day in tennis with most Indians getting first-round byes. There was one match in the mixed doubles and last-minute formed pairing of Karman Kaur Thandi and Divij Sharan did well to clear the opening hurdle.

The Indian badminton team, led by Kidambi Srikanth, made a resounding start to its campaign, thrashing minnows Maldives 3-0 in the opening match of the team competition.

World No 8. Srikanth brushed aside Maldives’ Hussein Zayan Shaheed Zaki 21-4 21-5 to give India a 1-0 lead. World No. 11 H S Prannoy then outclassed Mohamed Sarim 21-8 21-6. B Sai Praneeth, who had clinched the 2017 Singapore Open, then ended the challenge of Mohamed Ajfan Rasheed with a 21-7 21-8 demolition as India wrapped up the contest 3-0.

In Kabaddi, which has been India’s ‘gold mine’ at Asian Games, both teams made a winning start. The men’s team outclassed Sri Lanka after opening its campaign with a win over Bangladesh, while the women’s team pulled off a dominating win over Japan in its opener.



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Day 2 India Schedule, When And Where To Watch, Live Coverage On TV, Live Streaming Online


Here is India’s Day 2 schedule (All timings in IST as per https://en.asiangames2018.id)

Badminton

Women’s team quarterfinals

India vs Japan (7-30 AM)

Men’s team quarterfinals

India vs Indonesia (12-30 PM)

Basketball

Women’s Basketball 5x5Preliminary: Group A – Game 7

Unified Korea vs India (8-30 AM)

Handball

Men’s Handball Main Round: Group 3 – Match 2

India vs Malaysia (9-30 AM)

Hockey

Men’s tournament Pool A

India vs Indonesia (6-30 PM)

Kabaddi

Women’s Team Group A – Game 5

India vs Thailand (8-10 AM)

Men’s Team Group A – Game 5

India vs Korea (2-30 PM)

Rowing (Heats)

Dushyant (7-30 AM)

Men’s Lightweight Double Sculls – Rohit Kumar and Bhagwan Singh (7 AM)

Men’s Quadruple Sculls India (8-30 AM)

Women’s Four Heats (8-50 AM)

Men’s Lightweight Eight (Heat 2 Start List) India – 8-10 AM

Sepaktakraw

Men’s Team Regu Preliminary Group B

India vs Iran (7-30 AM)

Women’s Team Regu Preliminary Group A

India vs Lao PDR (10-30 AM)

Shooting (Medal event)

Trap Women – Qualification – Day 2

Shreyasi Singh and Seema Tomar (6-30 AM)

10m Air Rifle Men Qualification

Ravi Kumar and Deepak Kumar (6 AM)

Trap Men Qualification – Day 2

Manavjit Singh Sandhu and Lakshay (7-30 AM)

10m Air Rifle Women Qualification

Elavenil Valarivan and Apurvi Chandela (8 AM)

The above events will be followed by finals.

Swimming (Medal Event)

Men’s 800m Freestyle

Advait Page – Heat 1 (7-30 AM)

Men’s 50m Backstroke Heats – Nataraj Srihari and Mani Arvind (7-52 AM)

Men’s 200m Individual Medley Heats – Neel Roy (7-15 AM)

Men’s 4 x 200m Freestyle Relay Heats – India – (8-43 AM)

Taekwondo

Women – 53kg – Round of 16 (8-30 AM)

Latika Bhandari vs TO-BE-DEFINED

Tennis

Men’s Singles Round of 32 (8-30 AM)

India’s Prabhakharan Gunneswaran Prajnesh vs Indonesia’s Fitriadi M Rfiqi

Wong Kong Kit (Hong Kong) vs Ramanathan Ramkumar

Men’s Doubles Round of 32 (8-30 AM)

RM Bopanna, Sharan D vs Indonesia’s Susanto Da, Susanto IA

Nagal S, Ramanathan R vs Nepal’s Bajracharya SB, Bastola A

Women’s Singles Round of 32 (8-30 AM)

Gumulya Beatrice (Indonesia) vs Raina Ankita Ravinderkrishan

Thandi Kamran Kaur vs Altansarnai Jargal (Mongolia)

Mixed Singles Round of 32 (8-30 AM)

To be defined vs Bopanna, Thombare PG

Women’s Doubles Round of 32 (10-30 AM)

Khan SM, Suhail U (Pakistan) vs Raina AR, PG Thombare

Volleyball

Men’s tournament Preliminary: Pool F match 1

India vs Hong Kong China (2 PM)

Wushu

Men’s Sanda – 56 kg Round of 16

Santosh Kumar vs Wazea Zaid Ali (Yemen) (7-30 AM)

Men’s Sanda 60kg Round of 16

Sofyan Abdul Haris (Indonesia) vs Surya Bhanu Partap Singh (India)

Men’s Sanda 65kg Round of 16

Grewal Narender vs Tabugara Clemente JR (Philippines)

How do I watch India’s Day 2 Events live?

India’s Day 2 Events will be telecast live by the Sony Network.

What time will India’s Day 2 Events start?

The first event involving Indian athletes is scheduled to begin at 6:00 am IST.

Where can you follow India’s Day 2 Events online?

All Asian Games 2018 Events will be streamed live on Sony Liv. For live updates, you can follow sports.ndtv.com.

(All telecast and streaming times according to the official broadcasters)



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China defence minister to visit India on Tuesday


नई दिल्ली : चीन के रक्षा मंत्री और स्टेट काउंसिलर वेई फेंग भारत के चार दिवसीय दौरे पर मंगलवार को पहुंच रहे हैं और उम्मीद है कि इस दौरान दोनों पक्षों द्वारा दोनों देशों की सेनाओं के बीच विश्वास बहाली के उपाय तलाशे जाएंगे. वेई के दौरे का मुख्य उद्देश्य अप्रैल में प्रधानमंत्री नरेंद्र मोदी और चीन के राष्ट्रपति शी चिनफिंग के बीच वुहान में हुए अनौपचारिक शिखर सम्मेलन में किए गए निर्णयों को लागू करने के लिए भारतीय रक्षा प्रतिष्ठान के साथ विचार-विमर्श करना है.

शिखर सम्मेलन में मोदी और शी ने संबंधों में नया अध्याय शुरू करने की प्रतिबद्धता जताई और अपनी सेनाओं को निर्देश दिए कि सीमा पर समन्वय बढ़ाएं. डोकलाम में दोनों देशों की सेनाओं के बीच लंबे समय तक चले गतिरोध के बाद दोनों देशों के प्रमुखों के बीच मुलाकात में यह निर्णय किया गया था.

सूत्रों ने कहा कि वुहान शिखर सम्मेलन के दौरान किए गए निर्णयों को लागू करने पर दोनों पक्ष चर्चा करेंगे जिसका उद्देश्य परस्पर विश्वास को बढ़ाना और डोकलाम जैसी स्थिति से बचना था.

चीन के स्टेट काउंसिल में मुख्य सदस्य वेई प्रधानमंत्री नरेन्द्र मोदी से मुलाकात करेंगे और बुधवार को भारत की रक्षा मंत्री निर्मला सीतारमण के साथ मुलाकात करेंगे. चीन के रक्षा मंत्री दौरे में भारतीय सेना के एक प्रतिष्ठान में भी जा सकते हैं.

प्रतिनिधिमंडल स्तर की वार्ता में दोनों पक्ष डोकलाम पठार की स्थिति पर विचार-विमर्श कर सकते हैं और भारतीय पक्ष उत्तर डोकलाम में काफी संख्या में चीनी सैनिकों की उपस्थिति का मुद्दा उठा सकता है. सैन्य प्रतिष्ठान के एक सूत्र ने बताया कि बातचीत में कई मुद्दों और विकल्पों पर विचार-विमर्श किया जाएगा जो वुहान शिखर सम्मेलन में दोनों देशों के नेतृत्व के बीच बनी सहमति के मुताबिक होगा. 

दोनों पक्ष उस व्यवस्था पर विचार-विमर्श कर सकते हैं जिसके तहत दोनों देशों की सेनाएं करीब 4000 किलोमीटर लंबी सीमा के पास विवादित क्षेत्रों में गश्त करने से पहले एक-दूसरे को सूचित करेंगी. दोनों देशों की सेनाओं के बीच हॉटलाइन बनाने में मतभेदों को सुलझाने का भी प्रयास किया जाएगा.

वुहान शिखर सम्मेलन के बाद दोनों पक्ष ने हॉटलाइन गठित करने के बहुप्रतीक्षित प्रस्ताव पर सहमत हुए थे ताकि विवादित सीमा के पास झगड़ों से बचा जा सके. लेकिन प्रोटोकॉल और हॉटलाइन के तकनीकी पहलुओं से जुड़े मुद्दों पर विवाद उभरने के बाद इसमें गतिरोध आ गया.

वर्तमान में भारत और पाकिस्तान के डीजीएमओ के बीच हॉटलाइन है. भारत और चीन के बीच हॉटलाइन का विचार दोनों देशों ने 2013 में रखा था.

(इनपुट भाषा से)





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Bajrang Punia winning 1st gold medal for India at this Asian games 2018. 65kg wrestling


भारतीय पहलवान बजरंग पुनिया ने फाइनल में जापान के ताकातानी दाएची को हराया. यह 18वें एशियन गेम्स में भारत का पहला गोल्ड मेडल है.

Asian games 2018: बजरंग पूनिया ने दिखाया दम, भारत को दिलाया पहला गोल्ड

बजरंग पूनिया 18वें एशियन गेम्स में गोल्ड जीतने वाले पहले भारतीय बन गए हैं.





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Islamic centre of India Appeals to give 10 percent of Bakrid’s expenditure to flood victims in Kerala


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Holders India Eye Big Win Against Indonesia In Men’s Hockey Opener


An Olympic berth at stake, nothing less than a gold medal would satisfy the top-ranked Indian men’s hockey team, which begins its Asian Games campaign against minnows Indonesia on August 20. Eyes firmly set on securing a direct berth in 2020 Tokyo Olympics, defending champions India will start as overwhelming favourites against the host nation. World No.5 India are unlikely to be challenged by any of their Pool A rivals — Korea (ranked 14), Japan (ranked 16), Sri Lanka (ranked 38), Hong Kong China (ranked 45) and Indonesia.

The Indians should have a smooth run till the semifinals, where they may be taking on either arch-rival Pakistan (ranked 13) or Malaysia (ranked 12).

Going by rankings, it should be a cakewalk for India in the continental event as they are the only side in the competition to be placed inside top 10 in the world.

Indonesia are nowhere in world hockey map and it is bound to be a lopsided contest tomorrow. It is expected to be a goal fest for India tomorrow and it just remains to be seen how many Harendra Singh’s men can pump in to boost their morale ahead of other pool matches.

India’s medal-less show at Gold Coast Commonwealth Games in April had the fans worried but the team bounced back strongly to reach the final of the concluding edition of the Champions Trophy under Harendra’s guidance.

India bumped into world number one Australia in the title clash and lost only in the shoot off.

Going by their form and performance against top teams of the world, India will be favourites to win their second consecutive Asian Games title, which they have never achieved in the history of the continental event. In 15 editions, the only time the Indians returned without a medal from the Asian Games was in Doha in 2006.

Harendra, who took over the reigns of the senior men’s national team in May this year for a record fourth time, wants his wards to create a legacy by the end of 2018 and, according to him, the Asiad is the first step towards that target.

“We can’t think of anything less than a gold. It is not acceptable. But we have to prove ourselves on the pitch in each and every match,” Harendra had said.

“A gold here will make us the first team to qualify for the 2020 Olympics and we will get one year and 11 months to prepare ourselves.”

Indian men will next take on Hong Kong China on August 20 followed by matches against Japan (August 24), Korea (August 26) and Sri Lanka (August 28).



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