Sensational Rally Between Novak Djokovic, Borna Coric Wows Fans


Roger Federer’s ouster in the Shanghai Masters semi-finals took some sheen off the final. Fans were expecting to be treated to a Roger Federer vs Novak Djokovic blockbuster but Borna Coric had other ideas. The 13th-seeded Croatian conquered the Swiss maestro in straight sets on Saturday to book a final clash against Djokovic. Coric, however, didn’t disappoint and put up a gritty performance in the final. But Djokovic is on a roll and continued his fine form by dismantling his opponent 6-3, 6-4. During the match, there was a point which had fans on the edge of their seats.

In the fourth game of the opening set with Coric serving to make it 2-2, the Croatian and his Serbian opponent put on an exhibition and battled it out for the point.

The rally ended with Coric hitting a down-the-line backhand winner that Djokovic had no chance of retrieving.

The win took Djokovic is within touching distance of Rafael Nadal’s number one ranking.

The 31-year-old will leapfrog Roger Federer into second in the world when the rankings are released on Monday and is in imperious form as the season reaches its climax.

Red-hot Djokovic has now been victorious in 18 ATP matches in a row and in recent months won Wimbledon, the Cincinnati Masters, the US Open and now Shanghai.

The last four months had been “fantastic” and “tremendous”, he said.

“I’m cherishing every moment of it,” he told the crowd, calling Shanghai “a special place” to him.

“I could not ask for a better scenario,” Djokovic said of his late surge to the summit of men’s tennis.

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With Mocking Balloon, People Rally Against Donald Trump In Chicago


A giant “Baby Trump” flies over the crowd in Chicago.

Chicago: 

Thousands of people made their disdain for President Donald Trump heard Saturday at a rally and march in Chicago aimed at galvanizing support for Democrats in the upcoming November midterm elections.

A giant “Baby Trump” flew over the crowd. Trump was depicted as “El Diablo” on a high-flying flag. Demonstrators waved “Vote Blue” banners — the message was unmistakable.

Angered by the bitter fight over new US Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh and what they called the “anti-woman agenda” of the Trump administration and the Republican Party, women — and men — rallied in the Windy City.

The “March to the Polls” event — which began in Grant Park and was to wrap up downtown — came just as voter registration deadlines neared in most states and early voting ramped up in more than a dozen states including Illinois.

Hillary Clinton appeared in a video message played on a giant screen, encouraging people to register to vote.

“Imagine being able to hold this administration accountable,” Clinton said, echoing the general sentiment that the election is a barometer of Trump’s popularity.

“We wanted to lead into the midterms and encourage women to get out and vote,” Jessica Scheller, head of Women’s March Chicago, which organized the event, told AFP.

Rally the millennials

Saturday’s events included a street festival-like “Voter Village” where dozens of community groups and politicians set up booths to reach new voters and encourage political involvement.

Demonstrators planned to leave Grant Park at 12:30 pm (1730 GMT) for a formal march through downtown Chicago before heading to early voting locations.

“I would like women to take charge of the midterms,” protester Sarah Sieracki told AFP.

The 23-year-old from the nearby Republican-dominated state of Indiana was exactly the type of voter organizers were hoping to encourage to get involved in the election.

She was carrying a “Grab ’em by the midterms” sign — a play on an infamous remark made by Trump.

“Women need to vote. They need to get out,” said Sieracki.

“We need to rally the young millennials and the people coming up, turning 18 (years old).”

‘Women are angry’

The Chicago rally symbolized the political rancor generated by the partisan fight over Kavanaugh’s confirmation despite sexual assault allegations and powerful testimony against him by his accuser Christine Blasey Ford.

All but one Senate Republican voted to confirm Kavanaugh to a lifetime appointment on the Supreme Court. All but one Democrat voted against.

Anti-Trump marches were scheduled later this month in other states, including the Republican strongholds of Texas, Georgia and South Carolina.

“It is infuriating to women to watch that display that we watched in that Senate committee hearing, and to see that that man was still confirmed,” Scheller said.

“Women are angry. And we’re starting to feel comfortable being angry.”

Republicans currently hold the White House and both chambers of Congress, but many in the party fear anti-Trump voters will overwhelm the president’s supporters in the elections, pushing the House — at least — over to the Democrats.

Most states allow early voting by mail-in ballot or at a limited number of polling stations, giving those unable to show up on Election Day a chance to vote.

Chicago organizers insisted their event did not favor any one party, even though funding came largely from trade unions and Democrat-aligned groups.

Previous women’s protests have included plenty of anti-Trump rhetoric.

Protests in January shut down streets in dozens of American cities. In Chicago, hundreds of thousands marched.

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Explosion At Election Rally In Afghanistan’s Takhar Leaves Several Injured


Bordering Tajikistan, Takhar province has long been a hot bed of Taliban insurgency. (File)

Kabul: 

An explosion at an election rally in Afghanistan’s northeast province of Takhar left several injured, Afghan officials said on Saturday.

Bordering Tajikistan, Takhar province has long been a hot bed of Taliban insurgency.

Afghanistan is set to hold parliamentary polls on October 20.

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Donald Trump Mocks #MeToo Movement At Pennysylvania Rally


WASHINGTON: 

US President Donald Trump has mocked the #MeToo movement as he intensified his criticism of the campaign against sexual harassment and assault, which nearly hit his Supreme Court pick Justice Brett Kavanaugh.

Donald Trump’s claim that #MeToo prevents him from using a certain phrase is his latest volley against the movement, which became a force after sexual assault allegations against Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein surfaced last year. 

“There’s an expression, but under the rules of #MeToo, I am not allowed to use that expression anymore. I can’t do it,” Mr Trump said at a mid-term election rally in Pennsylvania, and then he pointed at the phrase “the girl that got away”.

“It’s the person that got away. The old days, it was a little different than Pennsylvania to it,” he said as he spoke about winning the state in the 2016 presidential election.

Pointing to the media, Mr Trump said he would use the original phrase, except for the media. “I would do it except for these people up there. They would say,’ did you hear what President Trump said? Did you hear what he said?'” he said imitating reporters.

“So, there is an expression, but we’ll change the expression. Pennsylvania was always the person that got away. That’s pretty good,” he said amidst applause from the audience.

The revelation of the allegations against Weinstein inspired many women to reveal their own stories of sexual assault, but Donald Trump has recently taken shots at the #MeToo movement by expressing concern for men who are accused of sexual assault or harassment.

Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s recent confirmation hearings renewed attention to the topic as the Senate considered college professor Christine Blasey Ford’s accusation that Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her. The US President had said the notion that Kavanaugh sexually assaulted someone and that the allegations from Ms Ford and other women could be taken as fact made this a “very scary time for young men in America.”

Donald Trump had earlier mocked the #MeToo movement at a rally in July. He did so while simultaneously mocking Senator Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts and saying that should she win the Democratic nomination in 2020 and they were to debate, he would toss an ancestry test to her and dare her to take it.

 During the 2016 presidential campaign, at least 13 women accused Donald Trump of misbehaviour, ranging from sexual harassment to sexual assault.

They came forward in the wake of a 2005 “Access Hollywood” tape that was released in October 2016 in which he is caught saying on a hot mic: “And when you’re a star, they let you do it. You can do anything. … Grab them by the p***y. You can do anything.”

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Mayawati To Address Election Rally In Chhattisgarh On Saturday


The Bahujan Samaj Party will contest 35 seats in Chhattisgarh Assembly. (File)

Raipur: 

The Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) which has forged an alliance with the Janata Congress Chhattisgarh (J) for the next month’s Chhattisgarh Assembly elections, will launch its election campaign on October 13.

BSP chief and former Uttar Pradesh chief minister Mayawati will address a mega rally in Bilaspur town on Saturday, BSP’s Chhattisgarh unit president OP Bajpayee said today.

JCCJ chief Ajit Jogi will also be present during the rally, he added.

As per the poll alliance agreement, the BSP will contest 35 seats, while the JCCJ will fight 55 seats for the 90-member assembly.

Mr Jogi has been made the chief ministerial candidate of the coalition.

“After her (Mayawati’s) visit, names of the candidates, who will contest the 35 seats as per the poll alliance with JCCJ, will be finalised,” Mr Bajpayee said.

A total of 18 constituencies in the state will go to polls in the first phase on November 12, while polling for the rest of the 72 constituencies will be held on November 20. The counting of votes will be held on December 11.

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Dabang Delhi Rally To Hold Gujarat Fortunegiants 32-32


Dabang Delhi came back from the dead to eke out a nerve-wracking 32-32 draw against runners up Gujarat Fortunegiants on the third day of the Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) at the packed Jawaharlal Nehru Indoor Stadium here on Tuesday. Trailing 12-17 at halftime, Delhi rode substitute Chandran Ranjit’s 10 points to forge a comeback with Naveen Kumar also contributing (five points). For Gujarat, Sachin (seven points), Rohit Gulia (five points), K. Prapanjan (four points) and Ruturaj Koravi (four points) did well but in the end failed to edge past their dogged opponents.

Naveen helped Delhi open their account with a successful raid but Gujarat won the next four points to open up a three point lead.

The ever-dependable former Iran captain Meraj Sheykh also made an unsuccessful raid as Delhi further fell behind to finally get all out and trail by 3-9.

Delhi revived their fortunes post the all out with substitute Chandran Ranjit, who replaced Sheykh in the 12th minute raiding sharply and their vaunted defence also standing tall.

At the halfway mark, Gujarat rode on their bright start with Rohit Gulia and K.Prapanjan scoring four points each to put their side in front by 17-12.

After the restart, Gujarat rode defender Parvesh Bhainswal’s two crucial tackles to maintain the lead but Delhi never threw in the towel and were rewarded for their persistence as they inflicted an all out on their rivals to bring down the gap to 27-29.

From there on, they levelled the score for the first time in the game at 29-29 and even took the lead at 32-31 riding a Pawan Kadian (three points) successful raid.

Mahendra Rajput ensured Gujarat did not face the ignominy of losing the tie despite leading for large parts with a successful raid as the game ended 32-32.

Last season, Gujarat — who were the surprise package — defeated Delhi in all three encounters.

Except their last game, the other two were decided by close margins of less than 7 points.

Gujarat ended up being the runners-up after topping the Zone A standings in the league stage, while Delhi finished at the bottom (6th) of the Zone A league table.



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At Rahul Gandhi’s Rally In Jabalpur Madhya Pradesh, ‘Aarti’ Attempt Backfires


Rahul Gandhi and his party colleagues who were in an open jeep a few meters away, were safe

Bhopal: 

Congress chief Rahul Gandhi had a narrow escape from a freak fire that broke out during a rally in Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh. The Congress chief had held an-8 km roadshow yesterday in the state, where assembly elections will be held on November 28.

A video from the spot showed the sudden blaze as a group of enthusiastic supporters brought a heavy multi-tiered “dia” (lamp) to conduct an aarti of the Congress chief. But the flames touched a bunch of gas balloons that happened to be overhead and huge tongue of fire shot up, the visuals show.

The blaze was out in seconds, but it triggered panic and the people nearby ran for cover.

Mr Gandhi and his party colleague Kamal Nath and Jyotriditya Scindia who were in an open jeep a few meters away, were safe.

The superintendent of Police Amit Singh however denied any security lapse. “They were Congress workers… The mandatory 15 feet distance was very much there and there was no lathicharge … nowhere is it mentioned in the blue book that workers can’t hold balloons and perform aarti,” he said.

There have been frequent allegations of lapses in the security of Rahul Gandhi, who is one of the country’s most-protected leaders.

In April, the Congress had alleged “intentional tampering” of the plane carrying the leader to a political rally in Karnataka and had demanded an investigation.

In its complaint, the party said the aircraft had plunged, listed dangerously to one side and shuddered violently despite the clear weather.

The government has ordered a detailed inquiry into the matter.

Last year, Rahul Gandhi’s security issue had ripples in parliament as the Congress highlighted a stone-pelting attack on him in Gujarat.

In his response, Union Home minister Rajnath Singh had accused Mr Gandhi of violating security protocol on multiple occasions.

Mr Singh said over two years, the Congress leader had carried out 121 planned and unplanned tours. On at least 100 occasions, he did not use a bullet-proof vehicle.

Rahul Gandhi went on foreign tours and informed the SPG at the eleventh hour, creating problems for the officers. Over 2016 and 2017, Rahul Gandhi went on six foreign visits which lasted 72 days. He did not take along his SPG cover on these occasions, Mr Singh had told the Lok Sabha.





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Congress, Akalis To Rally In One Another’s Strongholds In Punjab


The Shiromani Akali Dal will organise a rally in Patiala, Captain Amarinder Singh’s constituency.

Chandigarh: 

Seeking to politically outdo each other in Punjab, the ruling Congress and the opposition Akali Dal are making every effort to make their public rallies on Sunday a show of their strength. Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh will hold a rally in Killian Wali in Lambi in Muktsar district, SAD patriarch Parkash Singh Badal’s bastion while the Shiromani Akali Dal will organise a rally in Patiala, the constituency of the scion of the erstwhile Patiala royal family.

Accusing the SAD of exploiting the religious sentiments of people, the Congress said it wants to “expose the dubious and hypocritical face” of Akali leaders through the rally in Lambi.

“We all are geared up for a grand rally tomorrow in Lambi. We will expose the misdeeds of the Badals against the Panth (Sikh community) and how they damaged the authority of religious institutions,” Punjab Congress chief Sunil Jakhar said Saturday.

The Congress has deputed several cabinet ministers, including Tript Rajinder Singh Bajwa, Manpreet Singh Badal and Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa, to make the rally a success. The SAD, too, appeared confident of showing their strength through the rally in Patiala.

“We are going to have a very big rally in Patiala and all arrangements have been made,” SAD spokesman Daljit Singh Cheema said. He, however, alleged that the state machinery was being misused to prevent people from participating in the rally.

The Akali Dal, which has been passing through a rough patch after the Justice Ranjit Singh Commission report on incidents of sacrilege, was made public. Akali stalwart and former chief minister Parkash Singh Badal has been holding meetings with party workers to make the rally a success.

The SAD leadership has been under attack from the Congress and the Aam Aadmi Party since the report was made public.

Justice (Retd) Ranjit Singh Commission was set up by the Congress government in April 2017 to investigate the incidents of sacrilege of religious texts. It dealt with the incidents in Burj Jawahar Singh Wala and Bargari, and firing incidents at Kotkapura and Behbal Kalan in 2015.

The resignation of senior Akali leader Sukhdev Singh Dhindsa from the post of secretary general and the core committee also came as a setback to the SAD.

Meanwhile, the AAP led by Sukhpal Khaira will organise a protest march on Sunday from Kotkapura to Bargari in Faridkot district. They have been demanding action against those responsible for the police firing and sacrilege incidents in 2015.





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