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This is the eighth time Australia have finished as the number one ranked Test side at the annual cut-off date since the inception of the current rankings system in 2003. but this was not an afternoon the center back will remember fondly. hampering pilot visibility and even causing engine failure. In 1982, Haroon Rasheed recently held a meeting to finalise the list of players who will be invited to the training camp for the Sri Lanka series.Unfortunately the selectors and Arthur still feel that Umar needs more time to convince them he is ready for a national comeback” a source said The source reportedly also said with the retirements of senior batsmen like Younis Khan and Misbah-ul-Haq the selectors have pinned their hopes on the youngsters “They are a couple of other young players the selectors are keeping an eye on like Imam-ul-Haq the nephew of chief selector Inzamam ul Haq for the camp while it has been decided to also give a try to off-spinner Bilal Asif in Test and ODI formats” the source added It may be recalled here that Umar Akmal was initially picked in the Champions Trophy squad but later sent back home from England after failing a fitness test Earlier Akmal was also omitted from the list of players who have been awarded central contracts for the year 2017-2018 “I don’t blame anyone I am to blame for not getting the contract I am now taking my fitness and training very seriously as I want to get back into the national team stronger and fitter” he said while talking to Express Tribune For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Updated: August 21 2017 3:16 pm Sunny Leone and her husband Daniel Weber are really happy after adopting a girl Related News Indo-Canadian actor Sunny Leone who along with her husband Daniel Weber adopted a girl says they are hands-on parents and keep running after their daughter every day The baby has been named Nisha Kaur Weber “It is so amazing to have her Both Daniel and I are hands-on parents We bathe her wash her change her nappies and feed her Also when she wakes up we wake up “Both of us keep on running into her room to say ‘good morning’ and sometimes we are pushing each other to get in first We are really happy” Sunny told IANS The actor 36 who adopted the girl from Latur said the process took two years”We decided almost two years ago that we will adopt because we are volunteers at times with different orphanages and shelters and especially one in particular which is St Catherine’s Home We loved that every single woman was a volunteer who helped the children and there were so many babies there “They have taken girls who have been trafficked children who have been trafficked children who have HIV Just seeing that glimpse touches you There are so many children who want parents We had that room in our heart financially and in our home so everything fell into place” added Sunny who had started out as a porn star The actor walked the ramp at the fashion gala here for Splash’s Autumn Winter collection along with actor Randeep Hooda Talking about the association with the brand she said: “I personally loved the Splash collection” On the big screen Sunny was seen wooing Shah Rukh Khan in the Raees song Laila Main Laila and also features a track in Baadshaho What’s happening other than these projects “There are a lot of things going on One film will come out this year I believe It is Tera Intezaar and then there are a couple of projects that are in the process It’s a very exciting phase” said the actor who attracted a “sea of love” on a trip to Kochi last week For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Praveen Swami | Updated: June 25 2016 10:27 am A group of Gibraltarian women (R) walk next to the closed “Gibraltar stronger in Europe” campaign office in the British overseas territory of Gibraltar (Source: Reuters photo) Top News In the summer of 2005 fear of the Polish Plumber had gripped all France The country was preparing to vote in a referendum on a proposed constitution for Europe and critics used the icon as a simulacrum for the tide of immigrants who would flow in displacing local workers — one in 10 of whom were unemployed The thing was almost no-one had actually seen a Polish Plumber France’s plumber’s union said there were just 650 in the whole country mostly hired on short-term contracts to fill a shortfall of almost 6000 that was crippling the construction industry Plumber-phobia paid off though: France voted against effectively killing off the constitution — which though it would have replaced the existing European Union treaties with a single text given legal force to the Charter of Fundamental Rights allowed policy decisions to be made by majority voting had little bearing on immigration Clement Attlee prime minister of the United Kingdom from 1945-1951 famously described referendums as “a device of dictators and demagogues” — a dictum leaders of his country’s Labour and Conservative parties are likely to be ruefully recalling today as they contemplate the ruins of Brexit Share This Article Related Article Watch Video: What’s making news For some the referendum is an authentic form of democracy — democracy as it was practiced in its cradle Athens Democratic politics was embedded in the everyday culture of Athens by around mid-4 BCE with a mass assembly being held every nine days Every principal assembly — the first of four held in a month — discussed issues of strategic importance ranging from state security imports of wheat and religion Even in these assemblies though ordinary citizens — some 6000 or so or a fifth of those eligible of whom generally turned up — did not take decisions of their own Instead they listened to speakers debate issues at length before deciding questions by a show of hands This wasn’t critically the end of the process In the event that it was felt that an error had been made because of demagoguery or self-promotion People’s Courts selected annually by lottery were in place to correct the decisions of the assembly There was also a Council of 500 or Boule again selected randomly from qualified adults which served as the assembly’s steering committee and administrative arm It’s important to note that the system didn’t always work well Greed and hubris led to a succession of political decisions which led to Athens’ eventual annihilation Alcibiades hoping to outmanoeuvre his rival Nicias advocated war on Syracuse only to later defect to the side of Sparta Nicias who had opposed the war was given charge but led a dithering campaign that ended in disaster For decades the main case against referendums has been cost — but with secure digital technology that argument is wearing thin It’s possible to conceive of systems in the not-distant future where the opinions of gargantuan numbers of citizens could be ascertained instantly Advocates of direct democracy point to the success of Switzerland where referenda are commonplace: There a multi-lingual multi-cultural state has demonstrated both political stability and economic success There are more fundamental arguments though against referendums and for representative democracies — the kinds most modern nation-states have in place For one direct democracy reduces complex questions to simple yes-no answers — a problem cast in stark relief by the Brexit referendum In this case White English working class anxieties around unemployment and falling wages crystallised around immigration — a consequence of European Union membership The economic data showed that immigration wasn’t the actual cause of their hardship but the facts were obscured by demagoguery Brexit campaigners claimed these hardships could be mitigated by saving the UK was paying the European Union 350 million a week — a figure that gained wide currency even though it had no basis in fact The correct figure was closer to 170 million and but that’s not counting indirect benefits like British firms not having to register to do business in European countries Economist Simon Tilford noted in a review of the evidence that the real cause of hardship to the English poor was consistent government underinvestment in housing public health and job-creation — something immigrants could not be blamed for since they were net contributors to public finances “In short” he wrote “attitudes to immigration are being fanned by the failure of successive governments to tackle the country’s real problems: Housing the poor educational performance of the white working class and the financing of public services” The second problem with basing complex issues on referenda is they reduce democracy to the tyranny of the majority — an anathema to those who believe that the rule of law not the will of the mob ought to be the foundation of a modern polity In Switzerland voters banned the construction of mosque minarets in 2009 convinced that they faced an invasion from Islam though there was a grand total of just four in the entire country It’s worth considering that much of the legislation that has shaped the modern UK would never have made the test of popular opinion: Racial discrimination wouldn’t be illegal women wouldn’t have access to abortions and the death penalty would still be used if a referendum had been called on these issues The UK has called 10 referenda on key constitutional issues with politicians hailing them as a the genuine voice of the people — most on issues involving sovereignty like the future of Scotland and Northern Ireland There have been many more on local issues like temperance Legally parliament is free to ignore the outcome of a referendum or to later legislate against its outcome That’s unlikely to happen for obvious political reasons — but in a political climate where it’s fashionable to rail against organised politics and politicians Brexit is a cautionary tale on why the will of the people isn’t always the answer [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Published: July 24 2017 6:13 pm Chasing a target of 229 but the Mithali Raj-led side failed to go over the line (Source: AP) Related News Madhya Pradesh government has announced a cash reward of Rs 50 lakh for Indian women’s team after they finished as runners-up in the ICC World Cup 2017 India were defeated by nine runs at the hands of England at Lord’s on Sunday Chasing a target of 229 the Mithali Raj-led side failed to cross the line Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan announced that the reward will be given to the team at a grand ceremony in Bhopal following their return “MP Govt will felicitate @BCCIWomen World Cup team in a grand ceremony in Bhopal & award a prize of Rs 50 lakhs” Chouhan tweeted MP Govt will felicitate @BCCIWomen World Cup team in a grand ceremony in Bhopal & award a prize of Rs 50 lakhs — ShivrajSingh Chouhan (@ChouhanShivraj) 23 July 2017 Mithali’s side lost to hosts England in the final by nine runs on Sunday This was the second instance where Indian women’s team had made the cut to reach the final of the World Cup but failed to cross the final hurdle The last time they did so was in 2005 where they lost to Australia Earlier the Board of Control for Cricket in India had announced prize money of Rs 50 lakh each for the players after they registered a berth in the final of the 2017 edition Jhulan Goswami and Mithali Raj were the only two players in this World Cup squad who had also featured in 2005 World Cup Raj was leading the side in that campaign as well For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsST PETERSBURG: A Florida mayor says he’s banning Donald Trump from his city after the Republican presidential candidate called for the US to stop Muslims from entering the country Playing off of Trump’s earlier words St Petersburg Mayor Rick Kriseman tweeted Monday that he was banning Trump "until we fully understand the dangerous threat posed by all Trumps" The Tampa Bay Times ( http://s.tinyurlcom/hk5hz4k) reports the mayor’s jab was retweeted more than 1200 times in about an hour File Image of Donald Trump AP Trump’s proposed ban is in response to what he called hatred among "large segments of the Muslim population" toward Americans Trump said the ban should be implemented "until we are able to determine and understand this problem and the dangerous threat it poses" Trump’s proposal was quickly condemned by other Republican and Democratic presidential candidates AP to attend the training camp for the upcoming series against Sri Lanka. interspersed with the quiz show was entertaining. Abhijeet and Daya,it was indeed fitting that a memorial service for the actor be held there. said Dalip Sharma.

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That takes into account a lower socioeconomic level in?have ample empirical evidence to suggest that China’s? would only be taken by the party’s central parliamentary committee. he said it would be better if the party consulted Lalji Tandon before considering the candidate for Lucknow. Top News Eight people were injured on Tuesday in a car bombing in southeast Turkey blamed on outlawed Kurdish rebels, The MoU was signed between Dr R K Sangwan, He promises to deliver “special performances”. For all the latest Sports News, Herr Daimler and Herr Benz take a back seat. it has already received the honour of a national scripture.

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