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His next innings went without much incident in which he got dismissed after making just seven against Sri Lanka.’ However, recounting the March 17 blast in which his sister Bushra and 14 of his relatives died.

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Rajya Sabha was adjourned twice today over the government’s stand on WTO.include Food and Drug Administration,Written by Express News Service | Lucknow | Published: March 22, 22, Thus,A.fleedom at midnight? A blame game is now afoot as to who was responsible for the stalemate The government claims the BJP was at fault for sabotaging the bill by putting forward 187 amendmentsknowing full well that time was short But the government itself was equally unconcerned about time constraints As midnight approachedMinister for Personnel V Narayanasamy was intent on filibusteringinsisting on re-reading various sections of the bill The Congress argues its tactics were a legitimate means of preventing the opposition from defeating the bill The bill would have had to be sent back to Lok Sabha with the new amendments The ruling party accuses the opposition of opportunistically trying to scuttle the bill because it hopes to benefit from a continued confrontation between the government and Anna Hazare The Jan Lokpal activists were themselves reportedly active behind the scenes in trying to prevent the bills passagesince it fell far short of their expectationsparticularly the demand for the CBI to be under the Lokpal Admittedlythe government did not come up with the bill of its own volition Fear of public opinion was the real motivator Privatelyall politicians were anxious to make the point that if some of Hazares rather wooly-headed suggestions were indeed to be implementedit would challenge the supremacy of Parliamentbestow unbridled power on a few unelected do-gooders and create an administrative nightmare Significantlythe governmentwhile accepting several of Hazares suggestionsinserted some clauses of its ownwithout due consultation with the opposition and its own allies Even though these last-minute additions were bound to create problemsthe government was unyielding It must surely have realised that citing the provisions of Article 253 for setting up state Lokayuktas would not be acceptable to regional parties Suggesting that the Lokpal have constitutional statuswhen the ruling party lacked even a simple majority in Rajya Sabhawas a certain dead end The clause that the Lokpal composition should ensure minority representation was contentious Abhishek Singhvi further confused the issue by claiming that the suggestion was recommendatorynot mandatory These unnecessary additions muddied the waters when the governments focus should have been on ensuring the bills passage The governments display of confidencebefore the bill was taken up in Rajya Sabhaturned out to be a charade The numbers simply did not add up It worked to a plan Instead of taking up the bill on the day following its passage in Lok Sabhathe government brought the bill in Rajya Sabha on the last day and then cited shortage of time Actuallydespite public expressions of outragethere seems to have been a collective sigh of relief in Parliament over the failure to impose an anti-graft ombudsman on our system of governance For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi:The use of the word "immigrants" continued to haunt the BJP on Wednesday notwithstanding its regrets for use of the term in the party’s vision document for Delhi elections As the Youth Congress workers protested on the streets of Guwahati BJP apologised and insisted that it was a printing mistake Screengrab of BJP’s vision document "There was unfortunately a printing mistake in the document We apologise for the mistake" party spokesperson M J Akbar said BJP’s vision document for Delhi Assembly polls on Tuesdaysparked a row as it described people from north eastern states in the national capital as "immigrants" drawing a sharp attack from Congress The BJP later claimed it as a "printing mistake" "I want to reassure that all the brothers and sisters of the North East living in Delhi are as valuable as important for BJP as any other citizen" said Akbar There were protests on the streets of Guwahati against mentioning of people from North East residing here as "immigrants" The 24-page ‘Vision Document’ that entails the party’s roadmap in taking Delhi forward by making it a world-class city and steps in public welfare includes a section on "North Eastern Immigrants to be Protected" The section talks of special cells in all police stations and 24-hour helpline numbers to be set up "for protection of north-eastern migrants" Minister of State for Home Kiren Rijiju who hails from Arunachal Pradesh said "it is a clerical and printing mistake" PTI By: Express Web Desk | Pallekele | Updated: August 14 2017 3:27 pm India won the three-match Test series 3-0 against Sri Lanka (Source: Reuters) Related News Dinesh Chandimal and Angelo Mathews resisted with a 65-run stand for the fifth wicket and fought hard in the hour before Lunch break but that was not enough Upon return after the break Chandimal managed to play Kuldeep Yadav straight to short-leg and lose his wicket His partner Mathews was dismissed shortly after as he tried to sweep R Ashwin from outside off but missed it to be adjudged leg-before wicket India completed formalities by picking up the four remaining wickets before Tea to beat Sri Lanka by an innings and 171 runs in the third and final Test at Pallekele India completed their first ever clean-sweep over Sri Lanka in a Test series in Sri Lanka and this was India’s fifth straight win over them all under the captaincy of Virat Kohli Mohammed Shami and R Ashwin set the tone for the day early and followed it throughout as India bowled out Sri Lanka for 181 in the second innings Following on after being bowled out for 135 in the first innings Sri Lanka resumed at 19 for 1 with Dimuth Karunaratne and nightwatchman Malinda Pushpakumara having lost opener Upul Tharanga late on day two Right from the start Ashwin made it look like it will be his day He came on to bowl the second over of the day and the first ball to Dimuth Karunaratne spun away in a big way Two balls later he got one to once as well and Karunaratne failed to pick the line and length The edge off his flew to the slips where Ajinkya Rahane grabbed an easy catch Sri Lanka’s best batsman of the second innings Karunaratne had to make a long walk to the pavilion without repeating his heroics of Galle Test Shami showed another spell of serious fast bowling like he did in the first innings His seam movement was a delight to watch but a nightmare for the batsman as the ball kept beating the outside edge of the bat In the fourth over of the day Pushpakumara had this experience but Shami finally got him caught behind Second innings centurion from Galle Test Kusal Mendis struggled to find himself going early in his innings He tried unsettling Ashwin with sweeping but was not really in his zone The only time Shami had a go at him he dismissed Mendis 3-0 Handshakes all around #TeamIndia #SLvIND pictwittercom/4DJlmHvzE8 — BCCI (@BCCI) 14 August 2017 Shuffling cross to play through the leg-side Mendis missed and the ball hit his pads The umpire raised his finger after India’s appeal and Mendis did not review it What a fabulous way to end the test series A big hug to the entire team for their outstanding performance Good luck for the ODI series pictwittercom/HaXfI7dPwo — sachin tendulkar (@sachin_rt) 14 August 2017 Chandimal looked composed in his innings while Mathews played a few shots Sri Lanka went to Lunch at 82 for 4 and 270 runs away from making India bat again It never happened when Mathews and Chandimal were dismissed in the second session Ashwin actually made it his own day as he picked up Dilruwan Perera as Sri Lanka’s seventh wicket Pandya took a good catch in the deep to end Dilruwan’s innings Niroshan Dickwella and Laskhan Sandakan took Sri Lanka past 150 with the former using his favourite and effective sweep shot against India’s spinners He made 41 runs and delayed India’s win and took it to the last half-an-hour of second session But Shami and Umesh returned so so did the wickets Sandakan got a good delivery from Shami which he edged behind to the keeper Dickwella batting with the tail tried to keep the strike but in trying to do so lost his wicket Trying to play one past the point fielder by making room and using his wrist Dickwella hit it to gully where Rahane grabbed a sensational catch The last wicket pair of Vishwa Fernando and Lahiru Kumara proved to be a gritty pair and Kohli had to turn to his spinners again Ashwin needed only three ball on his return to clean up Lahiru Kumara and win the Test for India He finished with four wickets while Shami picked up three Umesh had two wickets while Kuldeep had to be contend with one wicket For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Anju Agnihotri Chaba | Jalandhar | Published: June 15 2017 5:03 am Inderjit Singh Top News The arrest of Punjab Police Inspector Inderjit Singh and the seizure of four kg heroin and three kg smack from his two houses has once again put the spotlight on the alleged nexus between the state police and the drug peddlers Over the past three years 60 drug cases have been registered against Punjab Police personnel while over two dozen paramilitary personnel have been booked in such cases in Punjab The alleged nexus first hit the headlines in 2013 with the arrest of dismissed Punjab Police DSP Jagdish Singh Bhola in the Rs 6000 crore synthetic drug racket According to police records several inspectors home guards constables DSPs BSF and customs department personnel have been arrested in drugs cases since 2014 Even two senior Punjab Police officer including one of IG-rank and one SP-rank officer had to join investigation conducted by the ED in one such case Most of these cases were registered during the previous SAD-BJP government Speaking on the issues a while back Punjab Pradesh Congress Committee (PPCC) Chief Sunil Jakhar had pointed out Minister of State Home Kiren Rijiju’s statement on arrest of Punjab Police officials in drug related cases “Rijiju in reply to a question in Parliament had said that from 2014 to March 2016 total 55 cases were registered about the involvement of Punjab Police and paramilitary forces over drug menace in the state in which 54 Punjab Police personnel were booked and nearly 15 other paramilitary personnel in Punjab were booked and arrested” A senior state police officer on Wednesday said: “Now the number of Punjab Police personnel booked in drug cases is close to 60” He added that before Inderjit and Ajayab Singh one CID officer was also arrested in March this year with heroin and opium Interestingly Inspector Inderjit Singh himself had played a major role in busting several big drug cases including Rs 200-crore synthetic drug case in 2012 For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWashington: The US has called for"de-escalation of the political discourse" between India andPakistan amid the war of words between the two nations afterUri terror attack that prompted New Delhi to pull out of theSaarc Summit in Islamabad in November The state department also said it would continue to putpressure on them to respond to those groups who are seekingsafe haven on Pakistan’s borders Representational image AFP "What we have said it many times from the podium – is wewant to see closer and normalisation of relationship betweenIndia and Pakistan" State Department Deputy Spokesperson MarkToner said told reporters at his daily news conference "It would benefit the region We want to see thede-escalationin the political discourse between the two countries andgreater communication and coordination between them" Tonersaid At the same time the State Department refrained fromcommenting on India’s decision to pull out of the Saarc Summit "I would refer you to the Government of India to commenton their decision not to attend this meeting" StateDepartment Deputy Spokesperson Mark Toner said He said it is not for the US to "offer a prescription" tode-escalate tension between the two South Asian neighbour "It is in mutual interest for both the countries to putaside tensions and establish more normal channels ofcommunication" the deputy spokesperson said "While we have seen Pakistan make progress on some of theterrorist groups operating within its own borders and carryingout attacks within its borders we continue to put pressure on them to respond to those groups who are seeking safe haven onPakistan’s borders" Toner added Meanwhile White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest saidthe US have continued to "encourage India and Pakistan to findways to resolve their differences not through violence butthrough diplomacy" "We have condemned violence particularly terroristattacks" he said He was responding to a question on India’s decision not toattend the Saarc Summit in Islamabad in November citingcontinuous cross-border terrorism by Pakistan against India