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62, But come Sunday, 2017 2:28 pm Emmanuel Macron (Files) Top News In his first seven months in office,ASI Gurmail Singh. (File) Related News US President Donald Trump today discussed with leaders of Germany, Suniel was on a self-imposed sabbatical from the silver screen for three years but now he is back with a TV show India’s Asli Champion…Hai Dum! which airs on &TV He says he will say no to films if nothing excites him “I have rejected a lot of films as I was not in the mental space to work Every time my manager got me a film offer I would say no… there was something in me that I kept saying no to work” he says Talking about his break from films The Border actor says it was his father Veerappa Shetty who wanted Suniel to spend time with him as he was unwell “My father’s death was very close to my heart He passed away in the night I slept in the morning for an hour and when I got up I was analysing lot of things like was I a good son was I obedient and all “Then I was thinking it was not a conscious decision for me to stop working it was something within that I was disliking it I had put two and two together I realised it was my dad who wanted me to stay with him as he was unwell in the last three years or so” he says Suniel will also be seen in Reloaded alongside Sidharth Malhotra and Jacqueline Fernandez a silent film and choreographer-turned-director Bosco Martis’s Circus Also read:Half Girlfriend actor Arjun Kapoor: No hunger to be seen every time on silverscreen “Reloaded will be coming in August I’m playing the role of a mentor to the young recruiters Sidharth has a lot of energy and potential and he is good looking as well who can carry anything He is a humble person “It was great working with Raj and DK (director duo) Also I am excited about doing the silent film It’s too early to talk much in detail about the films” he says For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Shamik Chakrabarty | Kolkata | Updated: July 13 2017 9:48 am The Committee of Administrators (CoA) comprising Vinod Rai (chairman) Vikram Limaye and Diana Edulji has recommended the extreme step to ensure the BCCI and its members fall in line with the Lodha reforms (File) Related News The Committee of Administrators (CoA) comprising Vinod Rai (chairman) Vikram Limaye and Diana Edulji has recommended the extreme step to ensure the BCCI and its members fall in line with the Lodha reforms In its fourth status report submitted before the Supreme Court on Tuesday the CoA has made a request to invoke Article 142 of the Constitution of India to impose the new cricket administration constitution — as per the Lodha Committee recommendations – on the BCCI and state associations The Supreme Court-appointed committee has urged that the BCCI formally adopts its new constitution “prior to September 2017” before its next AGM The deadline recommended for the member associations to amend their respective constitutions is December 31 2017 According to the status report the Committee of Administrators requested the SC to “issue appropriate directions (including under Article 142 of the Constitution of India) to empower the Committee of Administrators to finalize the text of the New BCCI Constitution…(and)…direct the Registrar of Societies under the Tamil Nadu Societies Registration Act 1975 to give effect to the New BCCI Constitution immediately upon the Committee of Administrators submitting the same to the Registrar” By invoking Article 142 the Supreme Court can enforce its decrees and orders if it becomes necessary for doing complete justice The CoA feels it is now the only option left to end the BCCI’s also state bodies’ defiance The apex court had accepted the majority of the Lodha Committee recommendations in its July 18 2016 order But even after a year the cricket board and its members have refused to accept the reforms in toto The next hearing in this case is scheduled on July 14 The CoA had directed the BCCI to adopt the new constitution at its June 26 Special General Meeting (SGM) along with incorporating the new Conflict of Interest guidelines The members decided to set up a committee to narrow down the ‘critical’ points in the Lodha reforms instead And when another SGM was called on July 11 to deliberate on the special committee report that had raised its objection against four points in the Lodha reforms — one state-one vote three-member selection committee cooling off period for office-bearers and powers given to the function of professionals — six state associations opposed the general body meeting citing a shorter notice and forcing its postponement Former BCCI president N Srinivasan represented the Tamil Nadu Cricket Association (TNCA) at the June 26 SGM and was reportedly pretty vocal Srinivasan is ‘disqualified’ as an office-bearer in the BCCI and his state association as per the Supreme Court’s January 2 order Another ‘disqualified’ office-bearer Saurashtra Cricket Association’s Niranjan Shah too attended the general body meeting The CoA has said “such disqualified persons have vested interest in stalling implementation of the Judgment” while maintaining that their representation “is contrary to the true intention and purport of the orders passed by this Hon’ble Court” The CoA felt that “such disqualified persons were able to effectively hijack proceedings at the SGM” and requested the court to “take a serious note of the disruptive and subversive conduct of such disqualified persons…” The CoA has lauded the acting BCCI secretary Amitabh Choudhary for showing intent in terms of implementing the Lodha reforms It criticised cricket board treasurer Anirudh Chaudhry for remaining “a mute spectator lacking the courage or conviction to speak in favour of the implementation…” The CoA status report has also given the BCCI a rap on the knuckles for its “intransigence” to tackle Conflict of Interest issues Let alone incorporating the new guidelines the BCCI has even refused to adhere to the existing norms as it is still without an Ombudsman The CoA has recommended six names for Ombudsman enclosed in a sealed cover for the court’s perusal Ramachandra Guha had alleged conflict of interest in several quarters in the BCCI while stepping down from the CoA The Committee has made some modifications in the clauses since directing the BCCI management to have all cricket board contracts for two years without break The CoA has requested the court to fill vacancies in the Committee that arose following Guha’s resignation and Limaye’s impending departure It has urged the court to consider former India cricketers Anshuman Gaekwad Kapil Dev and Bharat Reddy as members of the Steering Committee along with GK Pillai to establish the Players’ Association The COA has also said there’s a need to investigate “instances of misfeasance” in some state/member associations As reported by The Indian Express the CoA was expected to come up with a stinging status report after failing in its attempt to “build up consensus” The CoA had even informed the BCCI members that they would be considerate of a few issues in the Lodha reforms like one state-one vote and three-member selection committee because of practical reasons The BCCI however refused to budge Meanwhile a cricket board member said the BCCI’s line of defence at the next hearing could be challenging the Article 142 recommendation as according to him it can be invoked only when there’s a legal void “The BCCI is already registered under the Societies Act and governed by the law” he said demanding anonymity For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsDamascus: Russia has delivered new arms including warplanes to Syria as the regime increases attacks on jihadists officials said Tuesday in a sign that Moscow’s growing support for its ally is having an effect A senior Syrian military official told AFP Damascus had received a fresh batch of arms including at least five fighter planes while a monitoring group said there had been a marked increase in regime attacks on the Islamic State group The deliveries came amid a rapid Russian military build-up in Syria with US officials saying Moscow had deployed 28 new combat planes and begun drone flights in the country File image of Presidents Bashar al-Assad and Vladimir Putin AP Syria’s devastating four-year conflict has taken on a new dimension in recent days as Moscow has moved to boost its military presence in the country raising deep concerns in Washington The Syrian military official told AFP the new fighter planes had arrived on Friday along with reconnaissance aircraft at a military base in Latakia province the traditional heartland of President Bashar al-Assad’s regime The regime had also received "sophisticated military equipment to fight IS" including targeting equipment and precision-guided missiles the official said speaking on condition of anonymity The new weapons had already been deployed against IS in the cities of Deir Ezzor and Raqa the jihadist group’s de facto capital in Syria "Russian weapons are starting to have an effect in Syria" the official said ‘Not going to sit around’ Another military source in Latakia confirmed to AFP that the army had received spy planes and other equipment "that will allow Syrian ground and air forces to accurately identify targets" The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights a monitoring group said new Russian equipment was being put into action effectively with at least 38 IS fighters killed in air strikes in jihadist-held towns in central Syria on Monday "The number of raids is growing and the strikes are more precise after the Syrian air force received arms and more efficient planes from Moscow" Observatory director Rami Abdel Rahman told AFP Monday’s strikes hit jihadists in the town of Palmyra —where IS has destroyed a series of ancient ruins — and two other towns in Homs province he said Moscow has been an unwavering supporter of Assad during a conflict that has seen more than 240000 killed since March 2011 insisting it would continue arms deliveries to his regime But Russia’s intentions have been unclear in recent days as it deployed a range of new weaponry and troops to its airbase near Latakia On Monday US officials said Moscow had deployed 28 fighter and bomber aircraft at the airfield including 12 SU-24 attack aircraft 12 SU-25 ground attack aircraft and four Flanker fighter jets The officials said there were also about 20 Russian combat and transport helicopters at the base and that Moscow was operating drone flights but did not give additional details Experts said it was unlikely the aircraft were only for defensive purposes "They are not going to sit around and defend the airfield or maybe even the province of Latakia" said Jeffrey White of the Washington Institute for Near East Policy Military to military talks "This kind of aircraft suggests that the Russians intend to exert their combat power outside of Latakia in an offensive role" The deployments have raised fears of an inadvertent confrontation between Russian forces and the US-led coalition that has been carrying out almost daily air strikes against IS in Syria for more than a year After an 18-month freeze in military relations triggered by NATO anger over Moscow’s role in the Ukraine crisis US and Russian military officials held talks on Friday aimed at avoiding unintended incidents in Syria In another potential sign of an increasing Russian role President Vladimir Putin agreed a deal with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday aimed at avoiding incidents in Syria After talks in Russia "a joint mechanism for preventing misunderstandings between our forces" was agreed to Netanyahu’s office said Israeli forces have reportedly carried out several strikes in Syria on Iranian arms transfers to Lebanese Shiite movement Hezbollah The deployments come as Russia pushes for the coalition of Western and regional powers fighting IS in Syria to join forces with Assad against the jihadists Western and Gulf powers have long resisted any role for Assad in the fight against IS insisting he must go for Syria to have any hope of peace Western diplomats suggest Putin —who has been isolated by the West over the crisis in Ukraine —is trying to switch the focus to Syria ahead of a key address to the United Nations General Assembly on 28 September AFP Written by Sanjib Baruah | Updated: May 14 2015 12:18 am Myanmar’s government has decided that recognising Khaplang’s authority in certain parts of Sagaing makes political sense Myanmar’s government has decided that recognising Khaplang’s authority in certain parts of Sagaing makes political senseMyanmar’s government has decided that recognising Khaplang’s authority in certain parts of Sagaing makes political sense (Illustration by: C R Sasikumar) Related News You can choose your friends but not your neighbours” is a cliché that our decision-makers like to quote when referring to China But if geography is destiny it has lessons for our Myanmar policy as well Myanmar presents what Samir Das calls a “frontier dilemma” for India’s Look East policy — now awkwardly renamed the “Act East” policy Its goal may be to connect the Northeast to the “powerhouses” of Southeast Asia But some of those places are far away What lies next door to Northeast India is the poor politically unstable and strife-torn region of Myanmar To make matters worse some of the ethno-territorial conflicts in western Myanmar and Northeast India are part of a single regional conflict complex Increasingly the Indian approach tothe Naga conflict is at odds with developments across the border The ceasefirebetween the government of India andthe SS Khaplang-led faction of the NSCNhas unravelled and there have been attacks on Indian soldiers by NSCN-K militants But across the border relations between Khaplang and the Myanmar government have been on the upswing The group has signed a five-point agreement with the Thein Sein government The terms include a ceasefire the opening of a liaison office to facilitate talks and freedom of movement for unarmed cadres within Myanmar Those developments have had an impact on Naga politics on the Indian side The NSCN-K has split While the ceasefire with the NSCN-K has been revoked the Indian government expects to sign a ceasefire agreement with a yet-to-be-named group of former NSCN-K members There have been efforts to portray Khaplang as a “Burmese Naga” with limited influence on the Indian side But Khaplang is no more a “Burmese Naga” than Thuingaleng Muivah (of the NSCN-IM) is an “Indian Naga” The Naga social and political worlds are not shaped by strict international boundaries Khaplang spent part of his early childhood in Margherita in Assam Y Wangtin Naga expelled recently from the NSCN-K and the person expected to lead the new outfit is a Konyak from Nagaland’s Mon district Yet in April 2012 he was one of the signatories to the agreement between Khaplang’s group and the Myanmar government By all accounts Khaplang addressed reverentially as Baba inspires awe and respect among many — and not just among his supporters Thanks to his influence and authority many northeastern rebel groups havefound a safe home in Myanmar’s Sagaing region Among them are the United Liberation Front of Asom the United National Liberation Front the People’s Liberation Army of Manipur and at present the Paresh Barua faction of Ulfa and the IK Songbijit-led NDFB Khaplang’s ideological worldview —and not just political opportunism —explains some of his political actions There is an unfortunate tendency in India to reduce Naga political personalities to their tribalorigins and not to take their ideologicalcommitments seriously Khaplang speaksof “Eastern Nagaland” and the Indian Northeast being “natural allies” He was instrumental in creating the Indo-Burmese Revolutionary Front (IBRF) in 1991 “Indo-Burma” for Khaplang comprises Northeast India and northwestern Burma — “one of the few regions in the world which remains to be liberated from colonial rule” Before the unravelling of the NSCN-K ceasefire Khaplang took pride in having signed ceasefire agreements with two governments It lent legitimacy to his organisation as a cross-border resistance movement not limited to an ethnic agenda Khaplang has significant influence on the Indian side especially in the Changlang district of Arunachal Pradesh and the Mon district of Nagaland Even Wangtin Naga after being expelled from the NSCN-K apologised unconditionally “to my great baba as no son has any bad intention towards his father” It is unlikely that any former member of the NSCK-K will try to step into Khaplang’s shoes any time soon Baba’s authority and influence should be a concern to Indian officials Khaplang’s homeground is after all where the NSCN began in1980 when Khaplang Muivah and Isak Chishi Swu were all in the same organisation The NSCN split in two in 1988?and in fact tacitly admits that ? 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