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Emmanuel Macron Says We Owe Each Other Respect After Trump’s Tweet Attacks


Donald Trump had attacked his French counterpart on Tuesday in a series of tweets.

Paris: 

President Emmanuel Macron said Wednesday that “allies owe each other respect”, after he was assailed on Twitter by US President Donald Trump after his visit to France for World War I commemorations.

“I think he’s doing this for American politics,” Macron said in a televised interview on board France’s Charles de Gaulle aircraft carrier in the Mediterranean Sea.

“At every crucial moment in our history, we have been allies,” he said citing France’s role in America’s independence fight as well as US participation in two world wars and the joint fight against jihadists after the September 11, 2001 attacks.

“And allies owe each other respect, and so I don’t want to hear all the rest,” he said.

“I think that’s what the French expect from me, not to respond to tweets but to remain committed to pursuing this important history,” he added.

Macron apparently drew Trump’s ire by starkly rejecting nationalism during the WWI ceremony at the Arc de Triomphe last Sunday, an implicit critique of the “America First” policies which have led Trump to pull out of several key international agreements.

On Tuesday, Trump fired off a caustic series of tweets against his weekend host and renewed his frequent charge that America’s European allies in NATO spend too little on defence.

“The problem is that Emmanuel suffers from a very low Approval Rating in France, 26%, and an unemployment rate of almost 10%. He was just trying to get onto another subject,” Trump posted.

But Macron said the flap would not shake the strong cooperation between the two countries, in particular their joint military actions, in particular against jihadist terrorism.

“Every day our soldiers fight together, risk their lives together — that’s the most important decision you take when you are president,” Macron said.

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Karnataka Declares 3-Day Mourning As Mark Of Respect To Union Minister Ananth Kumar


Union Minister Ananth Kumar, who was being treated for lung cancer, died this morning in Bengaluru (File)

Bengaluru: 

The Karnataka government has declared a three-day state mourning till November 14 as a mark of respect to Union Parliamentary Affairs Minister Ananth Kumar, who died early in the morning today.

The Karnataka government has also declared a holiday today as a mark of respect to Mr Kumar, who died at the age of 59. “His last rites would be performed with full government honour,” an official release from the state government said.

Mr Kumar died at a private hospital in Bengaluru at around 2 am this morning. He was being treated for lung cancer for several months.

The government notification said that there would be no official programs held during the state mourning. The national flag would fly at half mast on all government buildings, it said.

Condoling Ananth Kumar’s death, Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy said he has “lost a great friend.”

“Our families had a friendship beyond politics. He always valued and gave priority to friendship. I have lost a great friend in his death,” Mr Kumaraswamy said in a statement.

Describing him as a “value-based politician”, who made significant contribution to the country as an MP and Union Minister, the chief minister said, his pro-people attitude and activities had made him the “apple of the eye of Bengalurians”.

Mr Kumaraswamy will directly arrive to the National College Ground from Mysuru today, and will pay his last respects to the departed leader, the chief minister’s office said.
 





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Congress Has No Respect For Self Or The Nation: Yogi Adityanath On Ayodhya


Yogi Adityanath asked Congress to clarify their stand on the Ram temple issue. (File)

Lormi, Chhattisgarh: 

Raking up the Ram temple issue, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath today sought to know whether the Congress was concerned about Lord Ram or Mughal emperor Babur.

Addressing a poll rally in Chhattisgarh’s Lormi on the last day of campaigning for the first phase of the state polls, Mr Adityanath alleged that the Congress toyed with national security and supported Naxalism in Chhattisgarh and Jharkhand for political gains.

Despite having extensive mineral deposits and forest wealth, Chhattisgarh remained “poor, backward and a BIMARU state” during the Congress rule, he said.

BIMARU – an acronym formed from the first letters of the names of the states of Bihar, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, and Uttar Pradesh – was coined in the mid-1980s to refer to the poor economic conditions within those states.

“Today, the forest wealth is being used for the welfare of locals. The adivasis (tribals) and forest dwellers are being given benefits of development schemes,” Yogi Adityanath said.

“The Congress encouraged Naxalism for its gains, but when it (Naxalism) became dangerous for the security of people, it was the BJP which had to deal with the issue sternly. The Congress has been encouraging Naxalism actively and covertly,” he alleged.

“The Congress, for its own gains, played with the security of the country. Be it Chhattisgarh or Jharkhand, where the issue was giving asylum to Naxalites or using states like Jammu and Kashmir for political benefits. But for the BJP, national security is of prime importance, hence (it) never accepted toying with it,” Mr Adityanath said.

He said that not a day passes when at least two to three terrorists are not gunned down by security forces in Kashmir or surrender to the armed forces. Similarly, not a day goes by where people in Naxal-affected states are not being provided complete security by the state governments, the senior BJP leader said.

Speaking about Ayodhya, he said, “While it is a known fact that Lord Ram was born in Ayodhya, the matter is pending before the Supreme Court. Senior Congress leader Kapil Sibal had petitioned before the court that a decision should not been taken over the issue before 2019, he said.

“The Congress should be asked if their relation is with (Lord) Ram or with foreign invader Babur. The Congress has no idea about the country’s respect and ‘swabhimaan’ (self-respect). The Congress always played with the national security and is now coming in front of you for votes,” the Uttar Pradesh chief minister said.

He said Chhattisgarh could only develop when the BJP governments at the Centre and state worked together.

The elections to the 90-member Chhattisgarh Assembly will be held in two phases on November 12 and 20.
 





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MS Dhoni Greeted With ‘Respect’ By Pakistan All-Rounder Shoaib Malik


Asia Cup 2018: MS Dhoni Greeted With


Mahendra Singh Dhoni will return to cricketing action with Asia Cup 2018. © AFP


Mahendra Singh Dhoni will return to cricketing action with Asia Cup 2018 scheduled to get underway from September 15. Team India’s seasoned campaigner Dhoni, who has an experience of 321 One-Day International (ODI) matches under his belt, will be seen in action for the first time after he played the limited overs series against England in July, 2018. On Friday, veteran Pakistan all-rounder Shoaib Malik was captured in a video, posted by ANI on their Twitter account, walking up to the Indian during the team practice. Malik was seen entering the area where Team India held their practice session, and shaking Dhoni’s hand as a mark of respect for the former India skipper.

India will open their campaign on September 18 against Hong Kong. While Pakistan will play their first match against Hong Kong on September 16.

India and Pakistan will come face-to-face in the much-awaited clash on September 19 at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium in Dubai.

Pakistan hold an edge over defending champions India in the ODI head-to-head contest. Pakistan have won 73 times while India have clinched victory on 52 occasions.

India, led by Rohit Sharma in absence of Virat Kohli, will be eyeing to defend their title at the 2018 edition of the Asia Cup while Pakistan will aim to clinch their third title.

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Give Jose Mourinho Respect, Insists Old Foe Pep Guardiola


But, asked about Mourinho’s problems, Manchester City boss Guardiola said: “The history, the way Jose did in all the places he was – it’s hat’s off. There is no doubts about his quality.

“You need players, good clubs that sustain you and support you, patience.

“Our position is results. Every manager what he believes, what he likes, tries to get results in his own style and the way he trains. We are judged on the results we get.

“Only the players know exactly how you are as a manager because they know you and see you every day. They have more information than the rest of the world – the fans, the media, everybody.

“Only the players know exactly who we are and normally even then we are judged – if they play, the manager is good, if they don’t play the manager is not good.”

Magic Mahrez

Meanwhile, Guardiola has spoken glowingly of pre-season signing Riyad Mahrez.

The Algeria winger joined City from Leicester City for a club record 60 million pounds (USD 77 million) and has settled well, according to his manager.

“He is one of the most technical players I’ve ever seen, the skills and everything,” Guardiola said.

“Of course there’s a lot of information – the way we want to play, the way we want to do things, the corrections after the games that we have to do, in all things, defensive and offensive set-pieces.

“But he settled good. He has respect in the locker room and that is the most important thing.”

Speaking ahead of City’s weekend Premier League clash with Newcastle, Guardiola appeared relaxed about the challenge of winning back-to-back titles.

Asked if this season will pose of tougher challenge for the champions, he said: “It will be quite similar, I would say.

“New managers are here – Marco Silva at Everton, Maurizio Sarri at Chelsea – new managers, new clubs. Javi Gracia at Watford is doing amazingly. But I think it’s too early.

“Last season we cannot forget all the six contenders playing international competitions, not like the previous season when Chelsea didn’t play there. It was tough last season, it will be tough this one.”

Guardiola believes his squad is up to the job and he is happy with performance levels in the opening weeks of the new campaign, with two wins before last weekend’s surprise draw at promoted Wolves.

“They are doing a fantastic job all of them. They convince me when they put everything on the pitch. I am a romantic guy,” he said.

“Who runs the most, I am the happiest guy in the world and I appreciate it a lot.

“I want to be sure when one guy is on the pitch, he gives everything. Run, you are my favourite one. They do it most of the time.

“Normally, when one player plays good, it’s for many reasons, not just because he played good himself.

“Their team-mates, the way they receive the balls, helps them to play better. It’s all together, not just one.”



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Jose Mourinho Calls For Respect As Tottenham Hotspur Pile More Misery On Manchester United


“I won more Premierships alone than the other 19 managers together. Three for me, two for them. Respect!” a fiery Mourinho raged at reporters on exiting his post-match press conference.

Mourinho stood in front of Old Trafford’s Stretford End at the end of the game to applaud the home fans, who didn’t boo his side at full-time despite the result.

“Today I had the proof the best judge are the supporters,” Mourinho said.

The fans and Mourinho’s response came after a dominant first 45 minutes from the hosts before Spurs took control with two goals in two minutes just after the break.

United, though, were left to rue a series of missed chances by Romelu Lukaku, particularly when the Belgian fired wide with an open goal on 15 minutes.

Second-half surge

Tottenham hadn’t even scored in losing on their four previous trips to Old Trafford under Mauricio Pochettino.

Yet, the Argentine’s half-time words of wisdom made a huge difference as Spurs came out a different side after the break.

David de Gea had already denied Kane and Dele Alli had seen a goalbound effort deflected wide by the time Kane rose highest from Kieran Trippier’s corner to loop a header into the net.

Hugo Lloris kept his place in the Spurs goal and retained the captain’s armband despite being arrested for drink driving in the early hours of Friday.

And Pochettino’s faith in his skipper was rewarded when Lloris denied Lukaku again with a brilliant save to keep Spurs in front.

A minute later, they doubled their advantage when Christian Eriksen’s cross was swept home by Lucas.

“It is a massive victory for us and I am very proud of the performance,” said Pochettino. “It is difficult to beat Manchester United at Old Trafford. They were better in the first half but we dominated from then on.”

Mourinho encroached onto the pitch to bellow encouragement to his charges. But the damage had already been done and the final reckoning could have been even more embarrassing for the hosts.

Lindelof, on for the injured Jones, was handed a reprieve when De Gea denied Alli after a short back pass by the Swede before Kane headed wide when unmarked from another corner.

Lucas did rub salt into United wounds six minutes from time when he outpaced Lindelof before firing into the far corner.

Mourinho was goaded with chants of “you’re getting sacked in the morning” by the travelling Tottenham fans.

Woodward is not expected to bite the bullet quite so soon. But with United already facing an uphill battle just to make the top four nevermind challenge for the title, time is running out for Mourinho to get the 20-time champions of England back on track.



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