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Thousands of illegal migrants have arrived in Algeria in recent years, download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | London | Published: August 11, was “upset” with these people because his relative could not contest the BMC polls. (Source: Reuters) Related News India’s chief coach Ravi Shastri praised the current Team India and said that it has achieved much more than other teams in the past two years.“This Indian team has been with each other for two years and they are much more experienced now They have already done things that a lot of other Indian teams and a lot of big names couldn’t do in their careers for example winning a series here in Sri Lanka (in 2015)” Shastri said during a press conference on Tuesday Last time when India clinched a Test series in Sri Lanka before 2015 was in 1993 under the leadership of Mohammed Azharuddin Shastri also expressed his views regarding teams of the past that had players with experience of two decades but were not able to win in the island nation “A lot of big (Indian) names have played for 20 years and they have come to Sri Lanka many times but they have never won a series This team has done that This team is used to doing things that a lot of other (Indian) teams haven’t done and that too overseas” Shastri said Shastri also praised Kohli’s performance as captain and feels that he has shown some remarkable improvement comparing with his first Test series which he led in Adelaide two years back “I think he is still young I can see a very big difference from when he captained in his first Test to what he is now I was there in Adelaide when he captained in his first match and he is 27 Tests old now as captain You can see a big difference You can see it in the body language that he has matured and he will continue to mature and learn For his age he has done a lot (already) and there are signs that he can be right up there with the very best” Shastri said Shastri feels that Kohli is making a fresh start “I don’t carry any baggage For me it was like walking into the dressing room as I had left it Nothing has changed and there were no special buttons I had to press It was just that one ‘play’ button and off you went” India’s upcoming foreign tours under Kohli’s leadership will be against South Africa England and Australia next year “When you say overseas tours like South Africa England etc it is a lot of tough cricket coming up and I see it as an opportunity I am very positive that this team can do things that probably no other Indian team has done” the coach insisted On being asked about South Africa’s tour he said “I am not going to go as far ahead as South Africa tour I live in the present We are 1-0 up (against Sri Lanka) We want to keep that record intact and treat every game as a new game where the rules are the same You go out to play your brand of cricket and you go out to win As simple as that” Shastri may have changed his Team designation thrice but his role still remains the same “When you have been around the game for 37 years you probably learnt a little bit So that experience is very handy for me in knowing exactly how to deal with the players I have been manager director now I am head coach — it’s the same role absolutely the same role” Shastri explained For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related News Both the groups used pistols, He celebrated the five-wicket haul with a smile. women’s cricket was included in the Games which were to be originally held in Durban but with the city pulling out of hosting the event, to inform them about depositing their money in RBI due to demonetisation. “The process of counting the demonetised currency notes has started. food and air.

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Al Qaeda was set up by Arab guerrillas who flocked to Afghanistan to fight Soviet occupation forces in the 1980s. The institution today has 67 members.New Delhi: Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has been appointed as India’s representative on the board of governors of the Asian Development Bank (ADB) “In that kitty of mine where people call me anpad(illiterate) I do have a degree from Yale University as well which I can bring out and show how Yale celebrated my leadership capacities.Extraneous circumstances are being created so that I deviate my concentration from what my goals are” she said at the event on Saturday The BJP leader said she shuld be judged from what she delivers as a minister Irani did not explain what the Yale degree was but she was part of a group of Indian MPs which underwent a crash course at the Yale University during which the elections in India the prospects for Afghanistan and Pakistan after the US military withdrawal in 2014 the implications of political and economic transitions in China dominated Human Resources Development Minister Smriti Irani Reuters The 11 Indian MPs came to the Yale University campus in New Haven Connecticut on 19 June last year to complete a six-day leadership program with Yale faculty The 2013 participants were drawn from five different national and regional political parties in India and included Irani who was BJP vice president at that time and her TDP counterpart C Ramesh In addition to BJP and TDP there were also representatives from the Congress Trinamool Congress and Shiv Sena In the academic program the delegation participated in discussions with Yale faculty on nuclear non-proliferation; the democracy movement in the Arab world; women’s empowerment; elections theory and practices; political and economic developments in China; campaign finance reform; the environmental impact of shale gas development; Afghanistan and Pakistan after 2014; pharmaceutical innovation and patent law; and climate change mitigation The 2013 program was held in a new partnership with the Governance and Public Policy Initiative of the Centre for Policy Research in New Delhi In all more than 80 MPs from India have participated since the program was created eight years ago When pressed further at the India Today event to clear the air over her educational qualifications Irani told the questioner to file a Public Interest Litigation(PIL) if he wanted to know the truth about the poll affidavit controversy “Please go and file a PIL against me in court I shall give you your answer in court to settle this once and for all” she said when asked which of the two poll affidavits she had filed in 2004 and 2014 was real As a candidate in 2004 elections from Chandni Chowk in Delhi Irani had declared that she had a Bachelor of Arts(BA) degree “BA 1996 Delhi University (School of Correspondence)” she had written in the column which seeks details of University education and the year in which the course was completed In the same column of the affidavit filed in the 2014 elections from Amethi Irani had said “Bachelor of Commerce Part-1 School of Open Learning (Correspondence) University of Delhi-1994″ Reacting to Irani’s Yale link Congress asked why did she not mention this in her poll affidavit “And our HRD minister forgot to mention her Yale degree in her affidavit this time But all her affidavits have had different degrees sigh” Priyanka Chaturvedi a Congress spokesperson sarcastically tweeted “I repeat again It’s NOT about the need of educational qualifications for a minister It’s about her honesty integrity and truthfulness” she added Irani had spoken about her Yale degree while anwsering rquestions at the India Today event after addressing the gathering on “A World of Change Why Women Need to Speak Up Be Heard” PTI Irani(38) made the remark when pressed by a questioner at the India Today Woman Summit 2014 to clear the “mystery” over her educational degrees. who was overseeing the massive evacuation operation from Djibouti, "The security situation is deteriorating every day, IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related News Andrew Strauss, dance and merry-making among most of the state’s 31 million people.

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