Kapil Dev Part Of Panel To Pick India Women’s Cricket Team Coach


Kapil Dev Part Of Panel To Pick India Women


The BCCI confirmed the news on Tuesday. © PTI/File Photo


The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) on Tuesday confirmed the formation of an ad-hoc committee, comprising India’s first World Cup-winning captain Kapil Dev, former opener Anshuman Gaekwad and ex-Indian women cricketer Shantha Rangaswamy, to pick the head coach of the Indian women’s team. The interviews will be conducted on December 20 at the BCCI headquarters in Mumbai. “The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) on Tuesday announced the ad-hoc committee to conduct the interviews of the eligible candidates for the selection of head coach for Team India (Senior Women),” the board announced in a statement.

The Indian women’s team was recently embroiled in a controversy after the World T20 semi-final exit.

The Harmanpreet Kaur-led side failed to enter the final after going down meekly to England in the semis, post which veteran batswoman Mithali Raj lashed out at the current coach Ramesh Powar’s behaviour towards her, describing it as “unfair and discriminatory”.

The deadline for applying for the women’s team head coach expires December 14 and till now the names of former India all-rounder Manoj Prabhakar and ex-South African batsman Herschelle Gibbs have been doing the rounds.

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Yogendra Yadav Says Swaraj India Will Not Be A Part Of Any Grand Alliance


Swaraj India favours replacing the current ruling party at the centre, Yogendra Yadav said. (File)

New Delhi: 

Swaraj India president Yogendra Yadav said on Sunday that his party will not be part of any ‘mahagathbandhan‘ (grand alliance) of opposition parties for the 2019 Lok Sabha polls.

Mr Yadav along with other Swaraj India leaders launched the party’s campaign ‘Rashtra Nirman Ke Liye Lok Abhiyan’ and held a press briefing .

“We are not going to be part of any mahagathbandhan for the 2019 elections. Power is not the aim of our politics. We want to teach a lesson to those who have been spoilt by power,” Mr Yadav said.

Swaraj India favours replacing the current ruling party at the centre but it doesn’t mean all other parties could be supported without due consideration, he said.

The politician, who spearheaded a massive farmers’ protest at the Ramlila Maidan here recently, prophesied that the result of the 2019 polls will be similar to the election held after the Emergency in which the Indira Gandhi regime was uprooted.

He said that farmers’ issues have finally arrived at the national platform after many years and will prove to be a key factor in the Lok Sabha polls.

“Our aim is to defeat the anti-farmer party and keep others in check who claim to be champions of farmers’ cause,” Mr Yadav said.

Party leader Ajit Jha said that the BJP may succeed in saving its government at the Centre but a large number of people, who supported it in the 2014 elections, will not vote for it this time.

Swaraj India’s Delhi unit chief Anupam said that the frustration of youths reeling under unemployment was not finding any outlet in the country.

The party leaders alleged that unemployment was a big issue as jobs were dwindling under the Modi government.

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Man private part cut in Kanpur after affair with married woman


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कानपुर : शादीशुदा महिला से किया प्रेम, ससुर ने गुप्तांग काटकर फेंक दिया

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Trump “Part Of Cover-Up” In Khashoggi Case, Says Hillary Clinton: Report


Hillary Clinton attacks Donald Trump, says he was part of the cover-up in Khashoggi’s killing.

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Former Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton accused US President Donald Trump of being complicit in hiding the truth about the death of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

“We have a president who is part of the cover-up as to what happened in that consulate or embassy when Khashoggi was murdered,” Sputnik quoted Ms Clinton as saying during a speech in Toronto.

She also suggested that Donald Trump and “those closest to him” have their “own personal commercial interest” in concealing the incident around Khashoggi’s murder.

President Trump came under fire for suggesting on November 20 that Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman “had knowledge” about Khashoggi’s murder and saying that the US would remain a strategic partner for the Riyadh despite the ongoing scandal. He noted that it would be ‘foolish’ to terminate weapons exports contracts with the kingdom, a move mulled by Congress ever since it became known that Khashoggi had been murdered.

Saudi officials denied involvement of the royal family, specifically of the crown prince in Khashoggi’s killing. Riyadh insists that he was murdered as a result of a ‘rogue operation’. The Saudi Prosecutor’s Office announced that in total, some 21 individuals were arrested following the investigation of the murder, with 11 of them already facing charges. Five of those charged face the death penalty if they are found guilty of the charges.

Saudi columnist for The Washington Post Jamal Khashoggi was murdered inside the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul on October 2. His body was dismembered and still hasn’t been found.

Turkish investigators claim that a group of 15 perpetrators, who arrived in Istanbul not long before the incident, was responsible for the killing. Turkey also shared audio evidence of the murder with several Western states, including the US.





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Volkswagen Group Announces New Management Structure As Part Of India 2.0


Skoda India – MD, Gurpratap Boparai, will also become the Managing Director of Volkswagen Group India with effect from January 1, 2019.

The Volkswagen Group announced massive plans for the Indian market earlier this year including the much ambitious Skoda-led ‘India 2.0’ project. This will see the Czech-based company take charge in the Indian market in the following years. In-line with the project, Volkswagen India has now announced that it is restructuring its management in a bid to exercise existing synergies more efficiently in the development of the market. As part of the India 2.0 project, current Skoda Auto India – Managing Director, Gurpratap Boparai will also become Managing Director of Volkswagen India Private Limited with effect from January 1, 2019.


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Also Read: VW Group To Invest 1 Billion Euros In India By 2020, Targets 5% Market Share

As part of the restructuring process, VW Technical Director of Production, Pavel Richter will lead the production responsibility for the Group in India, while Dr. Andreas Lauermann, current President and Managing Director, Volkswagen India, will be moving to the VW Group by end of the year to take on new responsibilities.

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(Gurpratap Boparai, Skoda Auto India – Managing Director)

Speaking about the management restructure, Skoda India MD – Gurpratap Boparai said, “With the introduction of the new management structure, we are laying the foundations both for the joint implementation of ‘India 2.0’ and for achieving our goals in India: we will secure employment in India, create new jobs, attract talent and launch high quality and attractive vehicles on the market.”

Also Read: Skoda Takes Lead In Developing Cars In India For The VW Group

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(Pavel Richter, Volkswagen Technical Director of Production)

All VW Group brands in India will continue operations under the leadership of Boparai going forward, with a common strategy in the Indian market. The automaker has also announced that the restructuring of the Volkswagen Group companies in India is planned for next year, and is subject to regulatory approvals With India 2.0, Volkswagen aims to make more efficient use of its synergies with higher coordination process, so that decisions can be made more quickly and with flexibility.

Skoda Auto CEO, Bernhard Maier said, “India is an important and attractive growth market for us. Our goal is clear: In this highly competitive environment, we aim for a combined Volkswagen and Skoda market share of up to 5 per cent by 2025. Based on the MQB A0-IN platform from 2020, we will be offering the right models to unlock the Indian market’s potential.”

Also Read: Made For India Skoda And Volkswagen SUV To Be Unveiled By 2020

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(The Skoda and VW SUV will be a Hyundai Creta rivaling based on the MQB A0-IN platform)

 

The India 2.0 strategy will see major changes within the Volkswagen Group, and is part of the company’s consolidation efforts across multiple markets. In India, the Skoda-led VW Group will introduce its first ‘Made in India’ and ‘Made For India’ offering around 2020, which will be a Hyundai Creta rivalling midsize SUV. The Skoda and VW SUV will be built on the MQB A0-IN platform, a domesticated version of the company’s modular architecture. The company has also confirmed that all future model will be based o on the MQB platform. The automaker also plans to export vehicles built in India on the said platform, and is currently evaluating the feasibility.

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Picasso Painting, Stolen As Part Of Heist, May Have Been Found In Romania


Seven masterpieces were stolen from a museum in The Netherlands in 2012.

Bucharest: 

One of seven paintings stolen six years ago from a museum in The Netherlands as part of a spectacular art heist may have been found in Romania, the public prosector in Bucharest said Sunday.

Seven masterpieces by Picasso, Monet, Gauguin, and Lucian Freud were stolen from the Kunsthal Museum in Rotterdam in 2012 in a raid that lasted only three minutes.

Dutch media at the time called it “the theft of the century”.

Public prosecutor Augustin Lazar confirmed to AFP that Romanian authorities were in possession of a painting that “might be” one of those stolen from the Kunsthal Museum, adding it needs to be further examined.

Sources told AFP that experts are checking if the canvas is Picasso’s “Harlequin Head”.

A Dutch foreign affairs ministry spokesperson said the painting’s “authenticity must now be established”.

Four Romanians were jailed for the heist in 2014, and ordered to pay 18 million euros ($20.5 million at today’s rates) to the paintings’ insurers.

One of the group, Olga Dogaru, told investigators she had burned the paintings in her stove in the sleepy village of Carcaliu in eastern Romania in a bid to protect her son, Radu, when he could not sell them.

She later retracted the statement.

Investigators have previously said the paintings were destroyed after the thieves failed to find a buyer.

The paintings had been on loan to the museum for a show to celebrate its 20th anniversary by the Triton Foundation, set up to look after the art collection amassed by Dutch investor Willem Cordia, who died in 2011.

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Pakistan to take part in Hockey World Cup, gets Indian visa and new sponsors


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Yogi Adityanath To Take Part In Bike Rallies In Uttar Pradesh


All lawmakers, ministers and legislators will also take part in the rallies. (File)

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Senior BJP leaders, including Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, will be riding on bikes across the state to drum up support in the 80 parliamentary constituencies starting Saturday, a party spokesman said on Wednesday.

‘Kamal Sandesh bike rallies’ would witness senior party leaders riding bikes and touching each booth in the state.

The deputy chief ministers of the state, Keshav Prasad Maurya and Dinesh Sharma, party’s organisational secretary in-charge of UP, Sunil Bansal and state BJP chief Mahendra Nath Pandey will take part in the rides.

All lawmakers, ministers and legislators will also take part in the rallies. State office-bearers, members of legislative councils and Rajya Sabha members have also been told to participate.

State general secretary Govind Narayan Shukla told IANS that Mahendra Nath Pandey will be in Chandauli to participate in the rally, while the Chief Minister will participate in the bike rally in Varanasi, the parliamentary constituency of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Sunil Bansal will be in Kannauj, Keshav Prasad Maurya in Phulpur and Dinesh Sharma in Lucknow.





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Prithviraj Chavan says ‘Prakash Ambedkar will be part of Congress-led alliance in Maharashtra’


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