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For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsKolkata: From watching ‘Chak De India’ to taking yoga classes and training in Kolkata-like sultry conditions Chileans have not left any stone unturned in their bid for the maiden FIFA U-17 World Cup title Chile U-17 team at the screening of Bollywood film Chak De India Image Courtesy: Twitter @LaRoja The Hernan Caputo-coached 21-member squad and his support staff were seen watching the 2007 Shah Rukh Khan blockbuster with rapt attention at a theatre "This visit was appreciated by all the delegation especially because the film tells the story of how a group of women hockey players emerge World Cup winners conquering all odds" read a post in their official website "Chak De India" the movie that inspires #LaRojaSub17" they posted on their official Twitter handle The special afternoon screening was arranged by Anurag Chourasia CEO of the movie’s distributor and it happened two days before they headed off to an ‘unknown’ destination in India The conditions may be new to them but coach Hernan Caputo a former Argentine goalkeeper ensured that they have a feel of the same at home The La Roja U-17 trained in sauna-like conditions of 35-degree centigrade and a humidity of 95 percent the video of which was posted to their official Twitter handle "#LaRojaSub17 performs physical activity at high temperature (35 and 95% humidity) same conditions that we will find in India" the post read referring to Kolkata’s sultry weather They also took yoga classes from Bikram Choudhury a Kolkata-born Hatha Yoga teacher and posted a video with a caption ‘Mind Body and Soul’ "As you know #LaRojaSub17 is in Bikram classes yoga mode that helps us get used to the heat of India That’s how it works" the post read as the team members were seen performing various postures and taking notes In their final build-up game the La Roja U-17 team defeated Bolivia 2-0 on 22 September in Rancagua at the same venue where they made the World Cup cut for the fourth time by finishing runners-up in the South American U-17 Championship La Roja’s best result came in their tournament debut in 1993 at Japan when they had finished at third place and Caputo’s boys will be eyeing their maiden triumph this time In Egypt-1997 Chile were knocked out in the group phase while they made a last-16 exit on home soil two years ago Chile will open their campaign against England on 8 October at the Saltlake Stadium They also have Iraq and Mexico in Group F The summit clash will take place at the same venue on 28 October “Chak de India” la película que inspira a #LaRojaSub17  : https://tco/BqWuJAvtoI pictwittercom/5fnCtG0LfL — Selección Chilena (@LaRoja) September 27 2017 Hiroshima: Hiroshima’s appeal of "never again" on the anniversary Sunday of the world’s first atomic bomb attack has gained urgency as North Korea moves ever closer to acquiring nuclear weapons showing its growing prowess with increasingly frequent missile launches When the US dropped the bomb on 6 Aug 1945 Toshiki Fujimori’s mother was carrying him then just a year old piggyback to the hospital The impact of the explosion threw them both to the ground nearly killing him People offer prayers at the Peace Memorial Park in Hiroshima AP "Obviously tensions are growing as North Korea has been pushing ahead with nuclear tests and development" said Fujimori "Nuclear weapons just are unacceptable for mankind" Many Japanese and others in the region seem resigned to North Korea’s apparent newfound capacity to launch missiles capable of reaching much of the continental United States But the threat lends a deeper sense of alarm in Hiroshima where 140000 died in that first A-bomb attack which was followed on 9 Aug 1945 by another that killed more than 70000 people in Nagasaki "This hell is not a thing of the past" Hiroshima Mayor Kazumi Matsui said in his peace declaration at Sunday’s ceremony "As long as nuclear weapons exist and policymakers threaten their use their horror could leap into our present at any moment You could find yourself suffering their cruelty" Today a single bomb can cause even greater damage than the bombs dropped 72 years ago he said "Humankind must never commit such an act" he said urging nuclear states as well as Japan to join the nuclear weapons ban treaty adopted by the United Nations in July Fujimori said that each 6 Aug his late mother who also survived insisted on retelling the story of the attack to children in their neighborhood saying she had to keep reminding them to help prevent the same mistake from happening again Decades later 73-year-old Fujimori himself is a leader of Hidankyo a major organization of atomic bomb survivors "We must eradicate nuclear weapons from the earth to make the world a safe place to live" he said in an interview "There is still a lot to do and we must keep working on it" He said the adoption of the UN nuclear weapons ban which was boycotted by all nuclear-armed nations shows that most of the world supports that cause Two recent test-firings of Hwasong-14 inter-continental ballistic missiles suggest that major US cities such as Los Angeles and Chicago are within range of North Korean weapons Such missiles could be armed with nuclear biological or chemical warheads although many experts say North Korea hasn’t fully mastered miniaturizing nuclear warheads and might not have the technology to ensure a warhead would survive re-entry into the atmosphere from space or even hit an intended target Such developments draw mixed feelings from Kim Ji Nho a pro-Pyongyang ethnic Korean who was born in Hiroshima Kim 71 is a "hibakusha" or atomic-bomb survivor who was exposed to radiation when his mother pregnant with him went to the ruins of the city to search for a daughter who went missing in the blast He grew up in a community of ethnic Koreans in the city and has a relative who had since moved to North Korea He is critical of the US and says only dialogue not military actions or threats can resolve tensions with the erratic leadership in Pyongyang But regarding nuclear weapons "We ‘hibakusha’ and our groups share a clear goal which is to abolish nuclear weapons from the world" Kim said "Nuclear weapons should never be used" Like his father many Koreans were brought to Hiroshima a wartime military hub as forced laborers during Japan’s colonization of the Korean Peninsula in the first half of the 20th century They and their descendants have endured outright discrimination by Japanese So have A-bomb survivors: Kim’s father had told him to keep mum about his radiation exposure because being "hibakusha" could only mean more trouble The two survivors said Japan’s refusal to join the UN nuclear treaty apparently because it’s protected under the US nuclear umbrella was heartbreaking Hopes that the US and Japan might support the nuclear weapons ban rose during former President Barack Obama’s 2016 visit to Hiroshima But such expectation has dimmed as North Korea’s threat has escalated "What if that young leader (Kim Jong Un) pushes a nuclear weapons launch button I think neighboring Japan has a risk of being hit" said Tamio Ishida 59 whose father was a survivor "I think tensions have risen and many people in Hiroshima share a sense of urgency" Ayaka Kajihara 18 a college student says she imagined her late grandmother also a "hibakusha" suffered greatly though she was reluctant to discuss her past Even so she feels it was very important to learn what happened to the grandmother and her hometown 72 years ago More than 300000 of the "hibakusha" have died since the attack including 5530 in the past year The average age of the survivors is more than 81 years Many suffer from long lasting effects of radiation "I hope more people from the rest of Japan and overseas will visit Hiroshima and just see and feel the reality of what the atomic bomb has done and start from there" she said "Because that’s how I started thinking about peace — by meeting ‘hibakusha’ including my grandmother and hearing their stories" Following the mass shooting at a church in Sutherland Springs Texas on Sunday that killed at least 26 people several leaders and celebrities condemned the senseless violence and offered condolences to the affected while calling for stricter gun control laws in the US US president Donald Trump on Monday condemned what he described as a "horrific shooting" after the rampage at the Texas church Locals hold a candlelight vigil for the victims of a fatal shooting at the First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs AP "This act of evil occurred as the victims and their families were in their place of worship Our hearts are broken" Trump said on a visit to Japan "We pull together we join arms . through the tears and the sadness we stand strong" added the president addressing business leaders on day two of his Asian trip A gunman stormed into a Baptist church in rural Sutherland Springs during Sunday morning services and began shooting at the people The shooter whose motives were not immediately clear was dressed in black and wearing a ballistic vest authorities said Officials didn’t identify the attacker during a news conference Sunday night but two other officials — one a US official and one in law enforcement — who were briefed on the investigation identified him as Devin Kelley Media reports added that he had been dishonorably discharged from the Air Force Along with Trump Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe also expressed his condolences on Twitter Trump touched down in Japan on Sunday kicking off a grueling and consequential trip to Asia during which he’ll exhort allies and rivals to step up efforts to counter the dangers posed by North Korea’s nuclear threat I offer my deepest condolences for those who lost their lives in the incident that occurred in the US state of Texas — 安倍晋三 (@AbeShinzo) November 6 2017 May God be w/ the people of Sutherland Springs Texas The FBI & law enforcement are on the scene I am monitoring the situation from Japan — Donald J Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 5 2017 PM: Tragic loss of life in Sutherland Springs Texas Thoughts and prayers with all those affected by this terrible shooting — UK Prime Minister (@Number10gov) November 5 2017 Condolences poured in from all over the US on Twitter with many calling for stricter gun control laws Here are a few reactions: We must do more than mourn and pray for those murdered in Texas We must act — John Lewis (@repjohnlewis) November 6 2017 Heartbroken for the victims in Texas and their families We are not powerless to reduce gun violence in our nation Congress must act — Cory Booker (@CoryBooker) November 6 2017 Horrible news out of Texas My heart is with everyone hurt by this tragedy We must take action to stop this senseless gun violence — Amy Klobuchar (@amyklobuchar) November 6 2017 Heartbroken by the news out of Sutherland Springs Texas Praying for the victims and their families — Senator Todd Young (@SenToddYoung) November 6 2017 I know they’re looking for a motive but it really doesn’t matter why he did it It matters how he was able to The answer is guns #texas — Sean Kent (@seankent) November 6 2017 You’re either very dishonest or very stupid if you think these words = everybody should own guns forever #texas #sutherlandsprings pictwittercom/jOP9UqXlmz — Sean Kent (@seankent) November 6 2017 Disgusted over the (yet another) shooting in Texas Someone tell me why AR-15s are still legal to buy please — Megan Mace (@officialMegann) November 6 2017 Our hearts break for all those in Sutherland Springs Boston’s thoughts and prayers are with Texas during this terrible time — Mayor Marty Walsh (@marty_walsh) November 6 2017 Another day Another mass shooting Will it ever end Heartbroken for all those affected #Texas — Josh Gad (@joshgad) November 5 2017 How many more have to die before we enact sane gun control laws — Stephen King (@StephenKing) November 5 2017 My heart breaks for the lives lost in the Texas shooting today Praying for their families and everyone affected by another senseless act — Ryan Seacrest (@RyanSeacrest) November 6 2017 A reminder: students at Texas universities are allowed to bring guns on campus and as professors we have no effective way of managing this — Mat Johnson (@mat_johnson) November 6 2017 At the news conference Freeman Martin the regional director of the Texas Department of Public Safety said the attackercrossed the street and started firing a Ruger AR rifle at the church and continued after entering the building As he left he was confronted by an armed resident who chased him A short time later the suspect was found dead in his vehicle at the county line Martin said There were several weapons inside Martin said it’s unclear if the attacker died of a self-inflected wound or if he was shot by the resident who confronted him He said investigators weren’t ready to discuss a possible motive for the attack He said the dead ranged in age from five to 72 years old Twenty-three were found dead in the church two were found outside and one died after being taken to a hospital Sutherland Springs where the shooting took place is in a rural area where communities are small and tight-knit The area is known for its annual peanut festival in Floresville which was held last month With inputs from agencies But it’s unclear if they serve any real purpose without any pelvic pain or signs of infection.even if for a quarter.

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