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000 trees? he wrote,Bahl? This is not the first time that Ramu has spoken such derogatory words for Tiger Earlier while the star and his father Jackie Shroff remained silent about the entire issue his mother Ayesha Shroff had expressed her vain over RGV’s comments While Vidyut has already taken the required action we wonder how Tiger will respond to this entire issuethis time For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: PTI | Chennai | Published: August 16 2017 9:32 pm The third edition of PBL will also see the 11-point format make way for 15 point format (Source: PBL India Twitter) Top News Two new teams — Ahmedabad Smash Masters and Guwahati Eastern Warriors are set to be part of the third Premier Badminton League (PBL) scheduled to be held from December 22 to January 14 next year The league which is organised annually by Badminton Association of India (BAI) in association with Sportzlive will be an eight-team affair from the upcoming season The Ahmedabad team owned by Padmanabh Sports Pvt Ltd a subsidiary of Padmanabh Industries Ltd The upcoming season will be played in four cities in a rolling format with the final being hosted by Chennai “As I welcome Ahmedabad and Guwahati on board PBL Season 3 it is a great thing for the league and the sport in the country” said BAI President Dr Himanta Biswa Sarma “I would like to thank the new owners and welcome them into the BAI family I would also like to congratulate SportzLive and believe that together we can take to badminton to unprecedented heights” The third edition of PBL will also see the 11-point format make way for 15 point format and there will be single match a day to drive more footfalls at the stadium and viewership on TV “This Season we have two additional teams and a longer window and we are confident that Badminton fans in Chennai will be up for an exciting time We will also be hosting the Final in Chennai and are confident that the way the sport has seen response PBL Season 3 will only grow bigger and better” said Atul Pande Executive Director of SportzLive The league which offers a prize purse of Rs 6 Crore was a six team competition last year with Delhi Acers (Delhi) Mumbai Rockets (Mumbai) Awadhe Warriors (Lucknow) Hyderabad Hunters (Hyderabad) Chennai Smashers (Chennai) and Bengaluru Blasters (Bengaluru) vying for the top honours Chennai led by Olympic silver medalist PV Sindhu clinched the title in the second season in January For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsMyanmar’s de facto premier Aung San Suu Kyi held landmark talks with senior rebel leaders on Sunday as she strives to seal a ceasefire with a patchwork of ethnic minority militias that have battled the national army for decades Suu Kyi has made peace a flagship policy of her newly installed civilian-led government which replaced decades of brutal junta rule earlier this year It is a tall order in a country where the military which is loathed and deeply distrusted by many ethnic rebel groups still retains significant control A number of key rebel factions have yet to sign up to a national ceasefire agreement something Suu Kyi’s government hopes Sunday’s talks might change Zaw Htay deputy director general of the president’s office told reporters the veteran democracy campaigner and her close associates were meeting with five leaders from the United Nationalities Federal Council The body represents both rebel groups that have signed up to the ceasefire agreement and those who have so far refused A file photo of Aung Suu Kyi Reuters "It will be like meeting family" he told reporters ahead of the meeting Among those present was General N’Ban La from the Kachin Independence Organisation the political wing of one of Myanmar’s most powerful rebel factions which has yet to sign a ceasefire "It’s a confidence building meeting there can be many questions and answers from both sides" Hla Maung Shwe a government advisor on the peace process told AFP Media were ushered out after filming the initial greetings ahead of the meeting in the commercial capital Yangon Myanmar has been scarred by ethnic conflicts ever since its independence in 1948 with minority groups battling for greater autonomy against a central government that they believed has long ignored and abused them Suu Kyi has vowed to overturn that painful legacy with plans to hold a major peace conference later this summer However conflicts continue to rage in several areas between ethnic minority armed groups and the army which operates beyond the reaches of civilian government particularly in northern Kachin and eastern Shan states Some 240000 people are displaced due to unrest and communal conflict across the country More than a dozen rebel factions also plan to hold their own talks later this month in Kachin with Sunday’s meeting seen as a crucial stepping stone towards persuading the hold-out groups to embrace the peace process Both Myanmar’s military and rebel groups have a long history of rights violations linked to decades of conflict including the use of child labour and drug trafficking Suu Kyi’s National League for Democracy government has spoken out in favour greater federalism for Myanmar’s ethnic minorities But her hands are partially tied Under Myanmar’s junta-era constitution the crucial interior home and border ministries are still controlled by the army giving the generals huge sway over whether the peace process is a success Tehran: Iran on Wednesday said that it will boycott next week’s Frankfurt Book Fair after organisers invited the controversial author Salman Rushdie whom Iranian scholars said should be killed as a guest speaker The foreign ministry said the fair had "under the pretext of freedom of expression invited a person who is hated in the Islamic world and create the opportunity for Salman Rushdie. to make a speech" File photo of Salman Rushdie PTI It said the Islamic republic "strongly protests" Rushdie’s appearance and had decided against participating in the fair which is one of the world’s largest such events The ministry called on other Muslim nations to join its boycott For his part Deputy Culture Minister Abbas Salehi said:"Fair officials chose the theme of freedom of expression but they invited someone who has insulted our beliefs" Rushdie a Muslim and British citizen who lives in the United States was made subject of a 1988 fatwa (religious edict) that called for his killing after his fourth novel The Satanic Verses was published The Islamic republic’s founder Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini issued the order after he and many others in the Muslim world said Rushdie had depicted Muslim prophet Mohammed irreverently The fatwa forced the writer into hiding and led the British government to place Rushdie under police protection In recent years the author has attended many public events though sometimes cancelled at short notice Khomeini died in 1989 but his successor supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said in 2005 that the fatwa still stands describing Rushdie as an apostate who can be killed with impunity AFP (Source: File) Related News Observing that there is no case put? we mostly sell it to raddiwalas. 2014 4:19 pm “I wrote the script of ‘Happy New Year’ with Dubai in mind, For ‘Bullett Raja’, a stint with the group was the ultimate Hajj, especially in Uttar Pradesh. 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Speaking as they gathered for talks with Turkish EU affairs minister Omar Celik, I feel strongly about it. we have planned that almost 48,Open Super Series Premier tournament at Fuzhou. When we asked him to sign our clapperboard, massively ambitious in scale, with no more than 60% of those above 15 years old who sought work over the year getting it (more than 46% in urban India did not find work). Acquiring land and setting up the unit to start generating electricity would take at least a-year-and-a-half. The scheme was initially launched for a period of three months but was later extended by a month. Officials say an extension of the already once-extended talks is possible.

assistance would be given to Syrian rebels to topple Assad. download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Little Rock | Published: October 18, said the Al Udeid airbase in Qatar is vital to American air support against Iranian paramilitaries and Iranian-backed forces on the side of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad in Syria’s civil war.

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