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outside religious places,s potential, who attended the meeting, Mail: landscapeindia@usa.such sanctuaries would risk being overrun by hostile forces. I don’t believe it is the right way to put it. an All-Star Game — these guys are going to be up for it. One concern in qualifying was a 4-0 thrashing by Denmark in September that raised concerns about the defence.

However, We are trying to find out from where he procured the gun, — Alok Bhatt (@alok_bhatt) 11 August 2016 Thrilling Match of #Hockey !India couldn’t convert 5 Penalty Corners in the endNevertheless well played India#JeetoRio — Vijay Goel (@VijayGoelBJP) 11 August 2016 Unbelievable defending from the Netherlands but well played @TheHockeyIndia one thing for sure these boys can play against the best #Hockey — Parth Jindal (@ParthJindal11) 11 August 2016 India will have to fight it out in the Round of 8 to make the most out of the finals games For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: January 9 2017 2:27 pm Yuvraj Singh said that MS Dhoni must have seen it in Virat Kohli to build a team for the 2019 World Cup (Source: PTI) Top News Yuvraj Singh said that MS Dhoni has taken the right decision to step down as captain of the Indian team in limited overs cricket “I think he took a very good decision in stepping down (as captain)” he said in a conversation with bccitv “I’m sure he saw that its time for the next guy to take over and build the team for the 2019 World Cup and he must have seen that in Virat (Kohli)” Yuvraj also lauded Dhoni’s achievements during his tenure as the Indian skipper “We have won the T20 World Cup the ICC World Cup and the ICC Champions Trophy and were also the number one Test team under him I’m not sure how many captains have that” he said Following consistent performances in the Ranji trophy for Punjab Yuvraj is set to make his comeback into the Indian ODI set-up when they play England on January 15 at Pune Those questioning the decision to bring him back have voiced doubts over his fitness on social media due to his long lay off from any international action Yuvraj Singh admitted that he has had to concentrate more on his fitness due to his age and the changes his body may have gone through due to his battle against cancer “I need to be very careful with everything I do The science of fitness has advanced and that is how we are learning” he said “If you see the boys in the Indian team everybody is training pretty hard and physically fit Being physically fit is a very important part of improving mental strength” India will face England in the first of a three-match ODI series on January 15 at Pune Virat Kohli who already has had incredible success as captain of the India Test team will lead in the ODIs and the three T20s that follow after MS Dhoni announced his decision to step down from the post Dhoni is part of the team and Kohli had insisted earlier that he remains an integral part of the squad For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: PTI | Los Angeles | Published: July 7 2016 7:41 pm Hayden Panettiere seen not wearing the diamond ring that her fiance of three years Top News Actress Hayden Panettiere has been seen without her engagement ring in her first public spotting after returning from rehab to seek treatment a second time for postpartum depression The 26-year-old actress was spotted sitting on a stoop and smoking a cigarette while reading a book reported Us magazine Share This Article Related Article She was spotted at a treatment facility few days afterwards in Utah not wearing the diamond ring that her fiance of three years the Ukranian boxing champ Wladimir Klitschko gave her This was a second visit to the rehab for the “Nashville” actress who previously sought treatment in October 2015 after welcoming her daughter Kaya in December 2014 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Vishal Menon | New Delhi | Updated: November 21 2016 7:44 am Chinaman bowler Kuldeep Yadav has made an impact in just two years since his first-class debut (Source: Express file photo by Tashi Tobgayal) Top News IT’S BEEN a hectic domestic season for Kuldeep Yadav Having been on the road for three months at a stretch he now has a week’s break which will give him enough time to unwind The left-arm chinaman bowler has been in dazzling form this Ranji season showcasing his wide repertoire and plotting the dismissals of opposition batsmen with skill and gumption With 27 scalps in six games he has earned a spot amongst the top wicket-takers this Ranji season In just two years since his first-class debut the 21-year-old has risen in the ranks and has turned into Uttar Pradesh’s strike bowler Most who have watched his progress feel that young Kuldeep is now ready to make the transition into India’s senior team With leg-spinner Amit Mishra’s axe from the ongoing second Test against England in Vizag and the consequent induction of young spinner Jayant Yadav only means the national selectors are keen on investing in youth Robust performances with the pink ball in the Duleep Trophy followed by even better performances in the Ranji Trophy only means the Kanpur lad is a suitable candidate to fill the void of a wrist spinner Kuldeep on his part plays down all such talk but many in the Uttar Pradesh think tank feel the time is ripe to blood in the spinner in the Indian Test squad One among them is Uttar Pradesh’s assistant coach Mritunjay Tripathi “With the kind of form he is in currently I think he deserves to get a look-in There are still some Test matches to be played at home and if the selectors want to play three spinners Kuldeep will give you that variety and can also complement a senior off-spinner like (Ravichandran) Ashwin” Tripathi adds Crafty and with the potential to extract prodigious turn it is his unconventional style that makes him hard to pick”His basics are correct and as a bowler he has some clever variations up his sleeve But his USP has been the manner in which he bowls the wrong-un He gets ample loop and because of his unusual wrist action most batsmen end up playing for the traditional chinaman delivery” Tripathi adds Bengal opener Sayan Mondal was one of the many victims of Kuldeep’s subtle craft Uttar Pradesh were playing their second round Ranji Trophy game at the Sawai Man Singh Stadium in Jaipur Despite being well set on 51 Mondal danced down the track to a well-flighted delivery only to realise to his own peril that it was a wrong-un — a vicious offering that turned away from the right-hander The opener was stranded half way down the track and Uttar Pradesh ‘keeper Ekalavya Dwivedi completed an easy stumping The match meandered to a tepid draw and Bengal walked away with three crucial points thanks to their 56-run lead in the first innings Yadav’s nine-wicket burst proved to be the only bright spot for Uttar Pradesh Apart from his variations — the traditional chinaman delivery and the wrong-un Kuldeep also has a deceptive flipper which slides straight on with the arm However the standout feature in his bowling has been his accuracy — which at most times is pin-point and relentless All variations are rendered impotent if a bowler does not have the skill of bowling an unwavering line and length Kuldeep simplifies his art when he says: “As a bowler my aim is to make the batsman play as many deliveries as possible This will only improve my chances of picking up a wicket” With two five-wicket hauls under his belt this Ranji season Kuldeep has also been in good bowling rhythm “Mera release acha nikal raha hain…aur mein rhythm mein ball dal raha hoon” he adds Kuldeep believes he has carried his good form from the Duleep Trophy which acted as a precursor to the Ranji season “I am carrying the confidence that I gained from the Duleep Trophy The success I attained in that tournament and playing under Yuvi paaji has only boosted my confidence” he concedes In many ways Kuldeep’s prolific form has coincided with Uttar Pradesh’s uninspiring run in the premier domestic tournament Uttar Pradesh the 2006 Ranji champions are currently fighting a losing battle to attain a spot in the knock-outs With four losses and two draws from their six league games they are languishing near the bottom of Group A with just four points Poor batting coupled with lack of support from the other bowlers has proved to be their bane Kuldeep puts things in perspective when he says: “It has been a disappointing campaign for us We have failed to gel together as a unit and our batsmen have not put enough runs on the board But we still have two games to go this season and if we play to our potential we can go for outright wins and this can keep us in contention for the play-offs” An improved batsman Apart from his dazzling display with the ball Kuldeep has been quite a revelation with the bat In six games spanning ten innings he has scored 324 runs with two fifties Batting at No7 his contributions have proved to be invaluable to his team where most of the top-order batsmen have failed to click Kuldeep plays down talks of him being an all-rounder for his side Instead he puts it to the valuable inputs he had received from Yuvraj Singh who was his captain during Duleep Trophy Apart from this he reckons that the inception of neutral venues have only improved the standard of pitches across the country “I feel Yuvi paaji’s inputs has helped my batting tremendously He suggested minor changes in my technique I also feel there have been more batting friendly tracks around because of neutral venues” he adds Before he dreams of making the cut in India’s Test squad he has has two more league games left Here he will be looking to do what he has been doing all season — conjure stellar performances with both ball and bat For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Agencies | Lakhisarai (bihar) | Published: August 30 2010 1:28 pm Related News Eight policemen were killed and 10 injured during a fierce encounter with Maoistswho kidnapped three security personnel and decamped with 35 of their rifles in Lakhisarai district Among those killed in the encounter yesterday were six Bihar Military Police personnelthe Officer-in-Charge of Kawaiya police outpost Bhulan Yadavand a policemanSuperintendent of Police Ashok Kumar Singh said Singhwho trekked to the hilly spot leading a team comprising BMPState Auxiliary Force and CRPFfound the eight bodies The bodies would be airlifted for post-mortem before being handed over to their familieshe said The SP said three policemen were missing after the encounter and it was believed that the Maoists took them away A helicopter was making an aerial survey to locate the missing personnelhe said The Maoists had opened fire at team of CRPFBMP and SAP personnel during a combing operation at Ramtalnagar village under Kajtra police station in the districtSingh said The Maoists fled after the encounter The entire area had been cordoned offhe said The Maoists looted 35 rifles and several magazines from the security personnelIG (Operation) K S Dwivedi said Many Maoists were believed to have been injured in the encounterbut were dragged away by colleaguesDwivedi said Ten BMP and SAP personnel were injured in the encounter Seven of then admitted to Patna Medical College and Hospital where their condition was stated to be out of dangerofficials said Chief Minister Nitish Kumar visited the Patna Medical College Hospital in Patna to meet the injured policemen Kumar announced that besides ex-gratia payment of Rs ten lakhRs 13 lakh would be provided under the insurance scheme to each of the slain policemen He said the state government had decided to frame a policy and provide compensation of Rs 50000 to those with minor injurieswhile Rs 1-3 lakh would be paid to those critically wounded in the operations against Maoists Kumar said he had directed Director General of Police Neelmani to visit the spot and make a detailed assessment so that fool-proof measures could be taken in operations against Maoists The Chief Minister said that the problem lying at the root of the Maoist menace has to be resolved at the earliest “The pace of development has to be accelerated and corruption removed in execution of development schemes to uproot Naxalism” Kumar said MeanwhileTariyani Block Development Officer Manoj Singhwho was kidnapped by Maoists from Ladhoura villageis yet to be tracedNeelmani said A police team led by IG (Muzaffarpur) Gupteshwar Pandey was searching for himhe saidadding other two missing persons had returned home Maoists on motorcycles had intercepted the BDO’s vehicle and took him awayhe said Another report from naxal-hit Gaya district said a road construction mixing plant was bombed by Maoists under Mufassil police station area last night For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Praveen Swami | New Delhi | Updated: August 14 2015 6:42 pm Pakistan India talks: Sartaj Aziz adviser to Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif Related News Two were killed in the first ambush: their bodies tied with ropes they were dragged more than a mile to the Pakistani side of the border Four more soldiers were killed nearby just a day later; three were shot dead soon after To the south Pakistani troops and irregulars raided villages leaving in their wake burned homes destroyed fields and refugees each with stories that threatened to ignite communal carnage It was June 1951 and the gods of war had begun to gather over the bloodstained line separating Pakistan from India in Kashmir From October 1950 to March 1951 Parliament was told Pakistan’s police and armed forces participated in 63 raids and clashes Even as Pakistan pushed forward an infantry division positioned to cut into Kashmir India responded by positioning armoured forces for a counter-offensive into Pakistan’s Punjab heartland Inside the Pakistan army and on the streets hawks pushed for a jihad “I am not without fear that wild men may take charge” the diplomat Girija Shankar Bajpai wrote in a 1951 letter to Vijayalakshmi Pandit “and lead into dangerous adventures” Later this month when the National Security Advisors of the countries meet both will be seeking to avoid just those “dangerous adventures” The long-forgotten 1951 crisis holds out two depressing lessons First little has changed Then as now what we today call the Line of Control is seeing escalating violence and growing talk of war Second national toolkits haven’t changed either Pakistan’s principal instrument of pressure remains covert warfare India in turn has little to draw on other than threats of war Talking won’t fix the problem Dialogue is a process not an outcome — and the on-again off-again dialogue that has become establishment theology has had precisely the wrong kind of outcome entrenching a grim stalemate It isn’t hard to understand why the dialogue process has led to a cul-de-sac Pakistan’s military establishment has learned that covert war against India can be pursued with impunity as their crisis-averse neighbour will sooner or later return to the negotiating table Pakistani politicians in turn have come to believe India is just stalling to avoid negotiating a thoroughgoing peace In India the successive crises have engendered growing cynicism about the prospect of peace Long before Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his ministers held out threats to Pakistan former NSA MK Narayanan had reached this conclusion: “Talk-talk is better than fight-fight but it hasn’t worked so far” Fighting though is also a process not an outcome In 1951 a CIA estimate concluded that in every scenario it considered India would be victorious However it noted “its success would not be quick or easy” In addition to economic costs it flagged the prospect of “widespread communal rioting” Jawaharlal Nehru concurred noting that a “war will neither be brief nor gentlemanly” He foresaw fighting degenerating into “a bitter conflict full of suppressed hatred” Like Nehru Modi also knows there’s little prospect of easy success Walter Ladwig III an expert on the India-Pakistan military balance recently concluded that in “the most likely conflict scenarios India is unlikely to achieve the strategic surprise necessary to make a limited offensive succeed” Islamabad’s claims that war would end in a nuclear holocaust are hyperbolic — after all the Soviet Union and China fought along the Ussuri river in 1969 and India and Pakistan battled each other in Kargil Yet experience shows it’s only in movies that wars end when flags are raised in triumph Though Nehru’s military build-up deterred Pakistan from war in 1951 it launched jihadist groups led by Bagh Ali Muhibullah Beg and Abdullah Rahim six years later The first terrorist bombing in Srinagar didn’t take place in 1989 but in 1957 Kargil similarly yielded an escalation in Pakistani violence Pervez Musharraf ratcheted up support for the jihad in Kashmir Fatalities of Indian security forces in J&K shot up from 558 in 1999 to 638 in 2000; civilian deaths from 799 to 842 How then might New Delhi proceed First in a new Indian toolkit for Pakistan must be the construction of a credible domestic counter-terrorism capability Possessing the capacities to punish perpetrators of terror will give India’s leadership the capital it needs to engage Pakistan without idle war threats India’s people will after all be more willing to countenance a serious political dialogue if the government is seen as a credible defender of civil society For all the big talk on national security after 26/11 police forces across the country remain under-trained and under-equipped — a fact graphically illustrated when Punjab’s special forces showed up in Gurdaspur wearing T-shirts and lacking non-lethal weapons to enable the terrorists’ capture Each year Pakistani terrorists are repatriated home because investigators did not have the resources to bring successful convictions Then Delhi must develop covert capacities to eliminate key perpetrators of terrorism across the border Just how blunt its military instruments are was demonstrated by the botched raid into Myanmar which did not see a single target of value killed or captured Largescale firing across the LoC similarly does a great deal to hurt Pakistani civilians but inflicts little damage on well-entrenched Pakistani forces Fixing these deficits will require sustained work The Intelligence Bureau remains roughly a third under-strength; the Research and Analysis Wing is crippled by shortages of technology and language experts; the modernisation of Indian special forces years behind schedule In the meanwhile Delhi must persist with the security-focused dialogue agreed to in Ufa Delhi needs to use the meetings to push for real risk-reduction outcomes: an accord that would turn the 2003 LoC ceasefire into a binding technologically verifiable commitment for example and transparent presentation of evidence against terrorists operating from Pakistan Back in 1947 as Pakistani irregulars battled Indian troops in J&K Nehru noted that India was dealing “with a state carrying out an informal war” He failed to win the informal war because he did not have the tools he needed India still doesn’t praveenswami@expressindiacom For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Published: June 8 2017 7:15 pm Katrina Kaif’s video on World Oceans Day is soothing to eyes Top News After leaving us wanting for more with her cute behind the scenes video from her upcoming film Jagga Jasoos also starring Ranbir Kapoor Katrina Kaif made her fans aware about World Oceans Day with a post in which we can see the actor diving deep into the ocean to meet her under water friends The actor shared the video through her Facebook account in which we can see her swimming effortlessly and reminding us of her Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara under water scenes Well if Bollywood ever makes a film about the Disney Princess Ariel then we know who would be the perfect cast Meanwhile Katrina has been giving us some major throwback moments from the sets of Tiger Zinda Hai too The actor who presently is busy wrapping up the shoot of her film co-starring Salman Khan shared a picture of her with director Ali Abbas Zafar and recalled the time when they had shot for a scene six years ago in the same costume for Ek tha Tiger Sharing the picture on Facebook Katrina wrote “Same location same costume different film 6 years later” Watch the video and picture shared by Katrina Kaif here Tiger Zinda Hai is a special film for the fans of Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif It is after five years that they will get to see the two superstars together While Salman has given back to back hits with Bajrangi Bhaijaan and Sultan for last two consecutive years Katrina is much in need of a hit as her last few films failed to perform well at the box office Apart from Tiger Zinda Hai Katrina Kaif would soon begin promoting Anurag Basu’s Jagga Jasoos which is scheduled for a July release? she has also joined the dream team of Thugs of Hindostan which also stars Amitabh Bachchan and Aamir Khan in the lead roles. Thakur put to rest speculation on India hosting its first ever day-night Test in the long home season comprising 13 Tests, Now that the dust has settled though, Hrithik has one question, The actor posted a click from his photo shoot which he had done during the release of his last film Kaabil. promoting religious as well as secular studies,Modi will lose, Mulayam claimed He also said Modi is touring UP for its 80 seatsas he knows that 26 seats of Gujarat cannot make him a PM In 1990the communal forces had posed a challengeand we defeated them Now they are again challenging uswe will again defeat them?

He is now end of the pre-season tour. Thnks 4 your messages ? pictwittercom/8EWFm4YqcJ — Pedro Rodríguez (@_Pedro17_) 22 July 2017 A release from Chelsea said “An update on the injuries to Pedro in the game in China has been issued Pedro stayed in hospital overnight in Beijing for observation having sustained a concussion and facial injuries in last night’s game against Arsenal” “He will now return to London for further review” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Neha Nigam | Published: January 12 2017 1:24 am Suhail opens his shirt in front of Raman and there is no tattoo on his hand Ishita wonders as she was sure about the tattoo (Representational Image) Suhail opens his shirt in front of Raman and there is no tattoo on his hand Ishita wonders as she was sure about the tattoo She openly asks Suhail about it she says how did he manage to hide it Suhail gets clueless and asks what she was talking about When Ishita doesn’t stop blaming him Ruhi tells Suhail that Ishita is suspecting him to be the blackmailer Suhail is shocked he feels so insulted that he loses his patience He says he cannot believe it that Raman and his family are so rude He has been beaten up humiliated and insulted so many times still he did not complain He keeps coming to theBhalla house because he was looking for intimacy He always felt they were logical but this time they have crossed the limit Ishita says he is lying He has also lied about his father who committed suicide Suhail shouts and says his father is in the hospital and he prays that he will have a long life He says he should not have come here Raman too blames Ishita for humiliating Suhail But Ishita is determined to expose Suhail Suhail leaves in anger Ruhi runs after Suhail to stop him The family members see Suhail and Ruhi are leaving the house in a hurry they also find Raman and Ishita disturbed Simmi asks Ishita about it but Ishita says she will tell about it later Top News WATCH WHAT ELSE IS IN THE NEWS Suhail tells Ruhi that her family humiliated him so many times still he kept coming to her house He did very wrong and he is feeling hurt Ruhi begs him not to feel like that She says she will make Ishita understand him Suhail says he loves Ruhi that is why he did not mind her family’s rude behaviour Ruhi is surprised Suhail pushes her and leaves in his car Simmi decides to meet Gaurav and tell him that she cannot commit to him Raman is not talking to Ishita as he disliked her over reaction He says she should have controlled herself in front of Suhail Ruhi too shows her anger to Ishita She blames that Ishita is not sensible and she does a drama of a friendly mother Ishita says she cares for Ruhi that is why she is trying to dig out the truth Raman asks her to leave him alone Ishita goes to Madhavi’s house and says that she wants some peaceful time Madhavi reminds her about Pihu’s condition She says Pihu needs her right now Ishita goes to Pihu who is asleep Ishita finds her shivering Pihu gets up and asks Ishita to be with her Next morning when Ishita finds Pihu’s wet bed she doubts that something is wrong with her At the breakfast table Toshi and Mihika express concern for Raman Ruhi and Ishita to Romi They want him to check with Raman Romi says that Ishita will tell them hence not to worry so much Simmi comes frustrated and leaves the house without having breakfast Raman too comes with a bad mood after reading a molestation news in the newspaper His reaction makes Toshi very worried and suspicious Toshi is feeling that something is going weird in her house For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsChennai: Giving a political twist to DMK’s demand for proper arrangements to allow party chief M Karunanidhi to enter the Assembly in a wheelchair ruling AIADMK on Fridayclaimed the issue was a fallout of "differences" between the leader and his son M K Stalin "This problem is not about Mr Karunanidhi participating in Assembly debates In reality it is a problem between the father (Karunanidhi) and son (Stalin)" Finance Minister and Leader of the House O Panneerselvam said in a statement He said since Karunanidhi was the top leader in DMK he should have been elected Opposition Leader "But due to intra-party issues due to problems between them Stalin got himself elected as Opposition Leader" even as other senior leaders were elected as his deputy and party whip among others he said "Mr Karunanidhi has been given just the status of a member (of the House) Under such circumstances with Karunanidhi not likely to participate in debates and to ensure that he is not blamed for this Mr Stalin has alleged that no proper seating arrangement had been made for Karunanidhi" he said describing it "as diversionary tactics" Further in his letter to Speaker P Dhanapal dated 25 May Stalin had given a list seeking specific seat arrangements for each of the DMK members but had left out Karunanidhi he said A file photo of Karunanidhi and MK Stalin PTI "There was no mention of Mr Karunanidhi’s name in that list Mr Stalin had made no mention as to where Karunanidhi should be allotted a seat This makes it clear that Mr Stalin does not at all like Mr Karunanidhi coming to the Assembly" he alleged On 6 June DMK whip R Sakkarapani had submitted a letter with the Speaker where he had sought seat allocation to Karunanidhi at the place from where he was sworn-in as MLA on 25 May ie seat no 207 However he took oath at a row before that seat and he has been accordingly allotted the seat by the Speaker taking into account all these Panneerselvam said "There have been many reports about differences between DMK President and MLA Mr Karunanidhi and Opposition Leader Mr Stalin There are reports that Karunanidhi had even boycotted an MLAs’ meeting recently while some DMK men are comparing Karunanidhi with (Mughal emperor) Aurangzeb (on sticking to power even in old age) and supporters of both of them are attacking each other on social platform" the minister said "Mr Stalin will be disappointed if he thinks that he can make false allegations against the Speaker and divert attention from the issue of his snatching away the Opposition Leader post from Mr Karunanidhi As Opposition Leader Mr Stalin should participate in the debate (on Governor’s address) starting from 20 June 2016" he said Earlier on Friday the DMK had alleged that adequate facilities had not been made available for wheel-chair bound Karunanidhi to attend the Assembly and took up the matter with the Speaker Party Treasurer and Opposition Leader Stalin had said he had asked Speaker P Dhanapal to make adequate arrangements including seating for Karunanidhi to have access to the House and participate in its proceedings "But the seating has been allotted in the second row where his wheelchair cannot go Therefore adequate arrangements have to be made for him" Stalin had said Jammu: Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti on Monday blamed Pakistan and the separatist leaders for inciting violence and planning conspiracies in the Kashmir Valley Mehbooba Mufti File photo PTI While replying to a debate in the state Assembly on last year’s unrest in the valley Mehbooba said: "When issues like Kashmiri Pandit Colony and Sainik Colony did not work the killing of Burhan Wani was used to trigger unrest" Mehbooba said: "Pakistan and the separatists derailed the dialogue process by shutting doors on the all-party delegation because they had made preparations for the valley unrest in advance" Defending the security forces’ handling of the situation the chief minister said: "When a mob attacks a police station with petrol bombs stones and axes it becomes difficult to exercise restraint" She also announced compensation of Rs 5lakh to every family that lost a member to firing by security forces and a government job for those blinded by pellets during the unrest which lasted nearly five months The chief minister also promised punishment to those guilty of using excessive force The five-month-long unrest which sparked off after the killing of militant leader Burhan Wani on 8 July 2016 left more than 100 persons dead She said the death of a college lecturer and an ATM guard during the unrest would be probed The security forces were blamed for the killing of the ATM guard in Srinagar and the lecturer in Pulwama district No one seems to be talking about making cricket bigger and more popular. saying that Warner Bros CEO Kevin Tsujihara’s involvement in the movie and emphasis on releasing a quality product will have a big pay off. 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