Lasith Malinga Not Expecting To Be Part Of Sri Lanka 2019 World Cup Team


Sri Lanka lost the second One-day International (ODI) against England by 31 runs on Saturday. But veteran pacer Lasith Malinga returned to form, picking up 5-44 in the match. The special performance from the speedster earned him a lot of praise but the 35-year-old said after the match that he was unsure on representing the country in the 2019 World Cup. Malinga, who returned to the Sri Lanka ODI setup during the 2018 Asia Cup asserted that if given a chance, he will definitely play in the World Cup.

“I feel that if I get the chance to play the World Cup, I will – it will be my last World Cup. I’m not expecting to get the chance, given the kinds of things that have happened to me over the recent past. But I will take it if it is given,” Malinga was quoted as saying by cricket.com.au.

Malinga marked his returned to Sri Lankan ODI after a gap of over a year during the recently concluded Asia Cup. The tournament ended on a poor note for the islanders as they were knocked out in the group stage of tournament. Malinga, in the two matches he played during the Asia cup took 5 wickets.

Talking on his performance since his comeback into the international arena Malinga said, “I’m just a player. My only job is to play when I get the chance. When I was out of the team, I went and played in Canada. I also played the district competition and got the highest wickets. Thanks to those performances I got another chance at this level. Because I’m nearing the end of my career I’m motivated to get wickets.”

Sri Lanka are currently playing a 5-match ODI series against England. After the first match was abandoned due to rain, the Lankans lost the second match in Dambulla. The third between the two teams will be played at the Pallekele International Cricket Stadium, on October 17.



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Salman Khan ‘Doesn’t Want To Be A Part’ Of The Show Anymore


New Delhi: 

Salman Khan, so good to see you! Bigg Boss Weekend Ka Vaar started with Salman Khan taking us inside the Bigg Boss house, the contestants of which were busy with a task. With the three ‘jail mates’ release from the kal kothri, the housemates were given a task to label each other with tags such as “shatir, khalnaayak, kapti” and zero.” Surbhi was chosen as the villain by the end of the task while Dipika was tagged as ‘shatir.’ Saba was voted for ‘double standards’. But the interesting part of the episode arrived after the task, when Salman Khan interacted with the housemates personally.

 

 

The show host began by addressing Anup Jalota and Sreesanth, who are currently in the secret room. Salman Khan asked what Sreesanth plans to do as he had said earlier that he wants to ‘unmask’ a few of his fellow housemates. As the camera switched to the house, Salman had a detailed conversation with Dipika and Surbhi, who alleged the former of hiding her ‘real image.’

 

 

Next, Salman pulled up Shivashish for planning an attack on Deepak during the luxury budget task. Even after Salman trying to make Shivashish realise the repercussions of physically hurting someone, he remained adamant about his view. He continued to justify what he did was correct till Salman appeared to lose his cool. Later, Shivashish and Deepak repaired severed ties over apologies.

Talking about physical violence, Salman also pointed out how Srishty Rode and Saba Khan engaged in a fight during the captaincy task. Even the housemates agreed that Srishty was at fault and was difficult to deal with once she locked herself up in the washroom. By this time, the atmosphere got heated with Salman Khan threatening to throw out whoever poses physical danger to others. He also said: “This is not a show that I want to be a part of,” adding: “Even I don’t want to be seen like this.” However, the chapter ended with Srishty Rode and Saba Khan apologising to each other.

 

 

In other news, Shivashish gets nominated for this week’s punishment. Sunday’s episode will reveal who gets evicted from the show. Actress Kajol will also make a surprise appearance in the house on Sunday’s episode to promote Helicopter Eela and lighten the mood with fun and quirky tasks with the housemates.

Watch this space for more updates on Bigg Boss 12.





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Indian Defense Minister Nirmala Sitharaman Meets her France Counter part


नई दिल्ली: राफेल सौदे पर उठे विवाद के बीच रक्षा मंत्री निर्मला सीतारमण ने गुरुवार को अपने फ्रांसीसी समकक्ष फ्लोरेंस पार्ली के साथ भारत और फ्रांस के बीच सामरिक और रक्षा सहयोग को मजबूत करने के तौर तरीकों पर व्यापक बातचीत की. यह बातचीत वार्षिक भारत-फ्रांस रक्षा मंत्रीस्तरीय वार्ता के प्रारुप के तहत हुई जिस पर प्रधानमंत्री नरेंद्र मोदी और फ्रांसीसी राष्ट्रपति एमैनुएल मैक्रों के बीच शिखर वार्ता दौरान सहमति बनी थी. आधिकारिक सूत्रों ने बताया कि दोनों रक्षामंत्रियों ने परस्पर हित के विभिन्न द्विपक्षीय, क्षेत्रीय और वैश्विक मुद्दों पर प्रतिनिधिमंडल स्तर की वार्ता के बाद आपस में बातचीत की. दोनों पक्षों ने अपने सशस्त्र बलों खासकर समुद्री क्षेत्र में सहयोग बढ़ाने के अलावा दोनों देशों द्वारा सैन्य मंचों और हथियारों के सह-उत्पादन पर चर्चा की.

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फिलहाल यह ज्ञात नहीं है कि बातचीत के दौरान राफेल सौदा का विषय उठा या नहीं. सीतारमण की फ्रांस यात्रा फ्रांसीसी कंपनी दसाल्ट एविएशन से 36 राफेल जेट विमानों की खरीद को लेकर उठे भारी विवाद के बीच हो रही है. बुधवार को समाचार संगठन मीडियापार्ट ने खबर दी कि राफेल विनिर्माता दसाल्ट एविएशन को यह सौदा करने के लिए भारत में अपने ऑफसेट साझेदार के तौर पर अंबानी की कंपनी रिलायंस डिफेंस को चुनना पड़ा. जब इन आरोपों के बारे में पूछा गया तो सीतारमण ने कहा कि सौदे के लिए ऑफसेट दायित्व अनिवार्य था, न कि कंपनियों के नाम.

यह भी पढ़ें: सर्जिकल स्ट्राइक के दो साल पूरे होने पर सेना मनाएगी पराक्रम पर्व

मीडियापार्ट का यह नवीनतम समाचार ऐसे समय में आया है जब उससे पहले पूर्व फ्रांसीसी राष्ट्रपति फ्रांस्वा ओलांद ने पिछले महीने कहा था कि फ्रांस को दसाल्ट के लिए भारतीय साझेदार के चयन के लिए कोई विकल्प नहीं दिया गया था और भारत सरकार ने इसी भारतीय कंपनी का नाम प्रस्तावित किया था. ओलांद जब फ्रांस के राष्ट्रपति थे तभी यह सौदा हुआ था. अधिकारियों ने बताया कि सीतारमण राफेल के उत्पादन की प्रगति का जायजा लेने के लिए शुक्रवार को पेरिसर में राफेल विनिर्माण संयंत्र जायेंगी.

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कांग्रेस इस सौदे में में भारी अनियमितताओं का आरोप लगा रही है और कह रही है कि सरकार 1670 करोड़ रुपये प्रति विमान की दर से राफेल खरीद रही है जबकि संप्रग सरकार के समय इस सौदे पर बातचीत के दौरान इस विमान की कीमत 526 करोड़ रुपये प्रति राफेल तय हुई थी. कांग्रेस दसाल्ट के ऑफसेट पार्टनर के तौर पर रिलायंस डिफेंस के चयन को लेकर भी सरकार को निशाना बना रही है. (इनपुट भाषा से)     



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Made-For-India Rafale Jets Won’t Be Part Of Bengaluru Air Show: Air Force


The advanced fourth generation fighter Rafale will partly replace the ageing Russian-built MiG-21 jets

Bengaluru: 

The Rafale fighter jets India ordered would not be ready to fly at the Bengaluru air show in February, an IAF official said on Sunday.

“Rafale for India will not be ready by February. We expect Dassault to fly some other Rafale at the Aero India show here on February 20-24, 2019,” Deputy Chief of Air Staff Air Marshal R.K. Singh Bhadauria said.

French aerospace major Dassault Aviation is set to deliver 36 Rafales multi-role medium combat aircraft to the Indian Air Force (IAF) in fly-away condition from September 2019 onwards.

The 12th edition of the 5-day biennial air show will be held at IAF’s Yelahanka base on the city’s northern outskirts as before.

“We hope Prime Minister Narendra Modi will inaugurate it though the Ministry of Defence will take a call on it,” said Air Marshal Bhadauria when asked who would flag off the mega show.

The state-run Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) will play a major role in organising the air show, instead of the Defence Exhibition Organisation which has been hosting the event over years, he added.

The advanced fourth generation fighter Rafale will partly replace the ageing Russian-built MiG-21 jets the IAF is phasing out due to their obsolescence.

The Deputy Chief of Air Staff was present at a press conference addressed by Defence Minister at the Yelahanka air base.





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Belly Fat Reducing Fruits Which Must Be A Part Of Your Shopping List


Fruits are high in calories and natural sugar, but everything is not just about the calorie count. It is pure common sense that a banana has 100 calories still it is much healthier than low-fat cookies, a packet of chips, energy drinks or French fries that are loaded with chemicals, preservatives and artificial sweeteners. A healthy diet will not lead you to calorie counting that deprives your body of the essential nutrients it needs to burn fat and build muscle. Trust me; fruits are not your enemy. Low in calories and packed with all the nutrients, they keep your belly full for a long time. Whether it is for breakfast, lunch or dinner, or anytime in between your meals, you can enjoy delicious fresh fruits anywhere. There are some fruits in the list that even contain many nutritional substances that will actually help you burn fat.

Also read: 9 Ways To Increase Protein Intake For Weight Loss

Here are list of some of the fruits that will help you give a flat belly:

1. Coconut: No doubt coconuts are delicious. Coconuts contain medium chain triglycerides (MCFA) that raise the metabolic rate of the liver up to 30 percent. They are a sweet and a filling snack that can be easily replaced with other junk food. You can even try coconut flour, coconut milk, coconut oil, coconut water or unsweetened shredded coconut. Dried coconut is also a delicious snack and can be added to all kinds of dishes to enhance the flavor. You can try adding coconut milk to a cup of coffee for a sweet and tasty drink.

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Coconuts are a sweet and a filling snack that can be easily replaced with other junk food.
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2. Apples: When we talk about the healthy fat-burning fruits, we cannot miss out on the nutritious, red apples. They do wonders when it comes to losing weight. Apples are high in fibre and low in calories- this includes them in the list of flat belly foods. This fruit keeps you feel full for longer and stay away from binging. They are also rich in essential vitamins B and C, antioxidants and minerals that help to keep your body active all day long.

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Apples do wonders when it comes to losing weight.
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Also read: 5 Seemingly Innocent Habits That Increase Belly Fat

3. Lemons: We already know that lemons are a great detoxifying fruit. Well, this and much more makes this tangy fruit a part of our list. Well renowned as liver detoxifiers, a healthy liver is extremely important in order to maintain the ability of the body to digest food and burn fat. Since they prevent fat accumulation in the body, lemons are great for weight loss. You can squeeze some lemon into lukewarm water along with honey and drink in the morning for better results.

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Since lemons prevent fat accumulation in the body, they are great for weight loss.
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4. Bananas: Though high in calories, bananas are a great flat belly fruit. Bananas are rich in healthy fibers that help curb appetite and make the body burn fat. The indigestible fibers that are present in bananas, or a resistant starch, block the carbohydrates from being absorbed by the body. This makes the body burn fat as energy instead of the carbohydrates. You can make a banana shake with milk, bananas and some healthy nuts for added benefits.

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Though high in calories, bananas are a great flat belly fruit
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Also read: Belly Fat: 6 Foods That Will Help You Burn Belly Fat

Disclaimer: This content including advice provides generic information only. It is in no way a substitute for qualified medical opinion. Always consult a specialist or your own doctor for more information. NDTV does not claim responsibility for this information.





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Girl Students Upset After Black Chunnis, Part Of School Uniform, Taken Away At Shivraj Chouhan’s Event


Women students were told to remove their “chinnis” at one of Shivraj Singh Chouhan’s events

Betul, Madhya Pradesh: 

Amid a series of incidents of showing black flags to the political leaders in Madhya Pradesh, police allegedly took away black scarves of a few college students before attending a programme of Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan in Betul district on Tuesday.

About half-a-dozen women students of the Mahatma Gandhi Chitrakoot Gramodaya Vishwavidyalaya had reached Multai town — around 220 km south of Bhopal — to attend the event. They were in their uniforms.

Narrating the incident, one of the women said, “When we reached the venue, a woman police officer told us to remove our black chunnis and keep it in the bag. Later, they took it away, saying that it would be given back after the end of the chief minister’s programme.”

She said they were told that the scarves would be returned from the Multai police station. “When we reached the police station, the officers there again told us to reach the venue to collect it, but still we are not getting our scarf back.”

Hitting out at Shivraj Singh Chouhan over the incident, former Multai MLA and state Congress general secretary Sukhdev Panse said, “The chief minister is afraid. He is afraid even from the uniforms of the girl students. This has never happened in the state’s history when the police took away the chunnis of the girls due to fear of protest.”

Local BJP MLA Chandrashekhar Deshmukh denied having any knowledge about the incident. He said, “This is a serious matter if such things have happened. I am immediately going to talk to police officers as to why this has happened.”

On the other hand, Multai police station incharge Ram Snehi Chouhan also said he is not aware of the incident. “I was on duty at another place,” he said.

Earlier, the Congress leaders had staged a protest with black flags and courted arrest near the venue.

In recent times, several incidents had taken place in Madhya Pradesh, in which the people protesting against the recent amendments to the SC/ST Act had shown black flags to the political leaders of all parties.
 





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Weather Report: Heavy rain lashes in Part OF Delhi NCR rain Prediction for many States


नई दिल्ली: दिल्ली-एनसीआर में रविवार की सुबह से ही बारिश देखने को मिली. देश के कई इलाकों के साथ-साथ दिल्ली, नोएडा और आस-पास के इलाकों में शनिवार की तरह ही रविवार की सुबह से ही बारिश का नजारा देखने को मिला. हालांकि, रविवार की बारिश शनिवार की तुलना में थोड़ी धीमी रही. दिल्ली-एनसीआर में शनिवार की रात से ही रुक-रुक कर बारिश होती रही. बता दें कि मौसम विभाग ने दिल्ली एवं हरियाणा सहित तमाम उत्तरी एवं पूर्वोत्तर राज्यों में आज के लिए भी भारी बारिश की चेतावनी जारी की है. 

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दिल्ली में आसमान में अंधेरा छाया रहा. दक्षिणी दिल्ली में सुबह करीब 6 बजे काफी तेज बारिश हुई. बता दें कि शनिवार को हुई बारिश में दिल्ली के कई इलाकों में घुटनों तक पानी भर आया था. जिसकी वजह से लोगों को काफी दिक्कतों को सामना करना पड़ा. इसके अलावा, जगह-जगह वाटर लॉगिंग की शिकायतें भी आईं. आईटीओ में तो बस ही पानी में फंस गया, जिसमें सवार सभी यात्रियों को सुरक्षित निकाला गया. 


विभाग द्वारा जारी मौसम पूर्वानुमान के अनुसार पूर्वोत्तर राज्यों अरुणाचल प्रदेश, नगालैंड, मणिपुर, मिजोरम और त्रिपुरा तथा उत्तरी राज्य उत्तराखंड के कुछ इलाकों में रविवार को मूसलाधार बारिश की संभावना जतायी गयी है. इसके अलावा असम, मेघालय, पश्चिम बंगाल और सिक्किम के उप हिमालयी क्षेत्रों, उड़ीसा, झारखंड, उत्तर प्रदेश, हरियाणा, चंडीगढ़, दिल्ली, पूर्वी राजस्थान, मध्य प्रदेश, गोवा और छत्तीसगढ़ में कुछ स्थानों पर अगले 24 घंटों में भारी बारिश की चेतावनी दी की गयी है. 

दक्षिण भारत में 40 प्रतिशत जिले में कम बारिश हुई : मौसम विभाग

विभाग ने उत्तराखंड के कुछ इलाकों में मूसलाधार बारिश तथा नगालैंड, मणिपुर, मिजोरम, त्रिपुरा, बिहार, उत्तर प्रदेश, हरियाणा, चंडीगढ़, दिल्ली, पंजाब और पूर्वी राजस्थान के कुछ इलाकों में सोमवार को भी भारी बारिश की आशंका जतायी है. दिल्ली और मैदानी राज्यों के तमाम इलाकों में शनिवार को सुबह भारी बारिश हुयी. इनमें सर्वाधिक 22 सेमी बारिश जयपुर में, झांसी में 14 सेंमी, सिल्चर और पारादीप में नौ सेंमी, दतिया में आठ सेंमी तथा दिल्ली और ग्वालियर में छह सेमी बारिश दर्ज की गयी. 

 

जानें अगले कुछ दिनों में किस राज्य में कैसा होगा मौसम:

2 सितंबर का मौसम:

अरुणाचल प्रदेश, असम, मेघालय, नागालैंड, मणिपुर, मिजोरम, त्रिपुरा, उत्तराखंड, हरियाणा, चंडीगढ़ और दिल्ली, मध्य प्रदेश, उत्तर प्रदेश, विदर्भ, झारखंड, बिहार, पूर्वी राजस्थान और पश्चिम बंगाल और सिक्किम में भारी बारिश की संभवाना. 

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3 सितंबर का मौसम: 

अरुणाचल प्रदेश, असम, मेघालय, नागालैंड, मणिपुर, मिजोरम, त्रिपुरा, उत्तराखंड, हरियाणा, चंडीगढ़, दिल्ली, मध्य प्रदेश, उत्तर प्रदेश, विदर्भ, झारखंड, बिहार, पूर्वी राजस्थान, पश्चिम बंगाल और सिक्किम में भारी बारिश की चेतावनी. 

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बाढ़ की तबाही से जूझ रहे केरल की मदद के लिए यूएई (यूनाइटेड अरब एमिरेट्स) यानी आगे आया है. यूएई ने केरल  में बाढ़ पीड़ितों की मदद के लिए एक कमेटी का गठन किया है. यूएई के प्रेसिडेंट शेख खलीफा ने एक नेशनल इमरजेंसी कमेटी का गठन करने का निर्देश दिया है, ताकि बाढ़ पीड़ितों को सहायता मुहैया कराई जा सके. वहीं यूएई के वाइस प्रेसिडेंट शेख मोहम्मद बिन राशिद अल मकतूम ने ट्वीट कर कहा है कि केरल के लोग हमारी सफलता में सहभागी रहे हैं और हैं. ऐसे में उनके प्रति हमारी विशेष जिम्मेदारी बनती है. इस समय बाढ़ प्रभावित लोगों कि मदद करना हमारा फर्ज है.

 


वाइस प्रेसिडेंट शेख मोहम्मद बिन राशिद अल मकतूम ने कहा है कि हमें भारत में अपने भाईयों की मदद से पीछे नहीं हटना चाहिए. हमने एक कमेटी का गठन कर दिया है. उन्होंने लोगों से अपील की है कि इस समय बढ़-चढ़कर केरल के लोगों की मदद करें. आपको बता दें कि केरल में बाढ़ ने भारी तबाही मचाई है. बाढ़ से केरल के कई इलाकों में हाहाकार है. कई दशकों बाद आई इस बाढ़ की विभीषिका ने अपना विकराल रूप दिखाया है, जिसमें अब तक 324 लोगों की मौत हो गई है. प्रधानमंत्री मोदी ने बाढ़ से तबाह केरल के लिए 500 करोड़ रुपये की आर्थिक मदद की घोषणा की है.


इससे पहले आज सुबह प्रधानमंत्री नरेंद्र मोदी ने कोच्चि में अधिकारियोें के साथ बैठक कर स्थिति का जायजा लिाय और फिर केरल के बाढ़ प्रभावित इलाकों का हवाई दौरा किया. पीएम मोदी ने प्रधानमंत्री राष्ट्रीय राहत कोष से बाढ़ से मरने वालों के परिजनों को दो लाख के मुआवजे का ऐलान किया. वहीं, गंभीर रूप से घायलों को 50 हजार रुपये के मुआवजे की घोषणा की गई. केरल के मुख्यमंत्री कार्यालय ने प्रधानमंत्री के इस ऐलान के बाद शुक्रिया अदा किया है. हालांकि, सीएमओ ने कहा कि मुख्यमंत्री ने दो हजार करोड़ रुपये की सहायता की मांग की थी.  

केरल में ‘मौत’ की बाढ़ : बाढ़ से तबाह केरल के लिए पीएम मोदी ने 500 करोड़ रुपये की आर्थिक मदद की घोषणा की

केरल के बाद अब कर्नाटक में बाढ़ का कहर


 





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