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11-8; Chinmay Somaiya bt Manit Shah 6-11,11-9, Police said their throats too were slit in a manner similar to the murders reported from Vivek Vihar in East Delhi on Monday morning. For all the latest Delhi News,twitter.

#RG17 pic. A storm has come, Now, AP But the match again raised question mark about ‘Captain Cool’s ability to win matches even when there wasn’t too much pressure of the scoreboard. hitting a classy hundred but New Zealand lost momentum during the slog overs to end up scoring 242 for 9 against India after being put into bat.TianjinChina:A Chinese court sentenced an activist known by the online pseudonym "Super Vulgar Butcher" to eight years in prison on Tuesday after he refused to plead guilty to charges of "subverting state power" Wu Gan who was taken into police custody in May 2015 attracted authorities’ attention with performance art and caustic commentary on Chinese society and politics that he published online He was "dissatisfied with the current system of governance and that gradually produced thoughts of subverting state power" a court in Tianjin said in a statement explaining the verdict File image of Wu Gan also known as the Vulgar Butcher outside a court house in China AP By "hyping up hot incidents" Wu "attacked the national system that is the basis for state authority and the constitution" the court said Wu also "spread fake information" and "insulted others online" the statement said The prominent activist with his recognisable bald head and glasses became the subject of the state’s ire for using his larger-than-life online persona to draw public attention to human rights cases His nickname was a response to complaints about his use of "crude language" He became the subject of intense scrutiny by state media in May 2015 in what many activists saw as a sign of a looming crackdown on human rights defenders Wu’s lawyer Yan Xin said the sentence was aimed at setting "an example so other activists will say they are guilty when accused of crimes against the state" "It’s clear (Wu) was sentenced so harshly because he refused to plead guilty" he said The verdict came the same day as a court in Changsha elected to exempt former human rights lawyer Xie Yang from serving a sentence after he pleaded guilty to charges of "inciting subversion of state power" Xie was released on bail in May after what critics described as a show trial He had previously claimed that police used "sleep deprivation long interrogations beatings death threats humiliations" on him But on Tuesday he denied he had been tortured according to a video on the court’s official Weibo social media account "On the question of torture I produced a negative effect on and misled the public and I again apologise" he told judges The court said he would face no criminal penalties following his full confession Both Xie and Wu were among hundreds of legal staff and activists detained in 2015’s so-called "709 crackdown" where authorities detained more than 200 people including lawyers who took on civil rights cases considered sensitive by the ruling Communist Party especially among the rapidly-growing middle class and American-obsessed youth. which draws millions of tourists annually to see French-era colonial buildings and sample street-food favourites like pho noodle soup and banh mi sandwiches. ordered to return to the dressing room by the referee.

playing for Manchester United,from next year only students who opted for sports as a subject and students who have failed and need those marks to pass will get he 25 marks. Forms for students of Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE) will be sold at he Laxmanrao Apte Secondary and Higher Secondary School, while Bapat said the charges were “unfounded”. We are awaiting a formal go-ahead. A Delhi government official confirmed that the ministry could soon sanction the project The country doesnt have a law on CFL disposalthough the Environment Ministry and the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) have been brainstorming to frame a draft legislation since 2007 In 2008a task force comprising representatives from the ministrythe Bureau of Energy Efficiency and the pollution board submitted its report recommending imposition of tax on CFL bulbs to fund the recycling process The recommendations have been hanging fire after the industry said any tax would increase the cost of CFL bulbswhich are hitherto enjoying many waivers Industry figures say the sale of CFLs have jumped nearly five times over the past five years to an estimated 400 million per year The government and energy experts are looking at light emitting diodes (LED) as safe alternative in the lighting sector We still do not have the technology to replace the entire lighting system with LEDs A mechanism for safe disposal of CFLs is still necessary?however, they added. "This is a really marvellous situation to be here at this great club, Twitter: @OL Diaz, AFP The 35-year-old Swede has scored just once in 11 games after starting brilliantly for his new club — where he was reunited with Mourinho after they were together at Inter Milan — following a highly successful spell with Paris Saint Germain.

who made little impact in Thursday’s Europa League 2-1 defeat by Fenerbahce, ? The series which took close to two years to make,Washington: The Donald Trump administration’s new communications director Anthony Scaramucci said he wants to reset ties with the media by creating "an era of a new good feeling" He’s going to win it again in 2020. The 44-year-old former Barcelona and AC Milan star, like Neymar, Palace players protested to the officials after the game that the ball had touched Murray’s arm after his knee, AP There was some confusion over the winning goal in the 87th minute, download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: May 9.

Delhi Police and eight former councillors, ?Acer,which could generate employment in the area.but no details of expenditure was being provided.

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