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The 24 qualified teams are: India,Iraq Iran Japan North Korea Ghana Guinea Mali Niger Costa Rica Honduras Mexico United States Brazil Chile Colombia Paraguay New Caledonia New Zealand England France Germany Spain Turkey Group A Teams P W D L GF GA GD Points Ghana 3 2 0 1 5 1 +4 6 Colombia 3 2 0 1 5 3 +2 6 USA 3 2 0 1 5 3 +2 6 India 3 0 0 3 1 9 -8 0 Group B Teams P W D L GF GA GD Points Paraguay 3 3 0 0 10 5 +5 9 Mali 3 2 0 1 8 4 +4 6 New Zealand 3 0 1 2 4 8 -4 1 Turkey 3 0 1 2 2 7 -5 1 Group C Teams P W D L GF GA GD Points Iran 3 3 0 0 10 1 +9 9 Germany 3 2 0 1 5 6 -1 6 Guinea 3 0 1 2 4 8 -4 1 Costa Rica 3 0 1 2 3 7 -4 1 Group D Teams P W D L GF GA GD Points Brazil 3 3 0 0 6 1 +5 9 Spain 3 2 0 1 7 2 +5 6 Niger 3 1 0 2 1 6 -5 3 Korea DPR 3 0 0 3 0 5 -5 0 Group E Teams P W D L GF GA GD Points France 3 3 0 0 14 3 +11 9 Japan 3 1 1 1 8 4 +4 4 Honduras 3 1 0 2 7 11 -4 3 New Caledonia 3 0 1 2 2 13 -11 1 Group F Teams P W D L GF GA GD Points England 3 3 0 0 11 2 +9 9 Iraq 3 1 1 1 4 5 -1 4 Mexico 3 0 2 1 3 4 -1 2 Chile 3 0 1 2 0 7 -7 1 The top two teams from each group qualify forward followed by the best four third-placed teams from the six groups For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt LtdRepublican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton rolled up a series of primary wins on Tuesday as the two presidential front-runners looked to take command of their party nominating battles on the 2016 campaign’s biggest night of voting Trump and Clinton each won five states on Super Tuesday when 12 states were voting Trump won Alabama Georgia Massachusetts Tennessee and Virginia while Clinton won Alabama Arkansas Georgia Tennessee and Virginia Opinion polls projected Trump leading in nearly all of the 12 states raising the possibility of a big night that added to the worries of the Republican leaders who fear the billionaire could inflict long-term damage on the party File image of US Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton AFP Exit polls indicated that Arkansas Vermont and Oklahoma were too close to call for Republicans as balloting ended networks said For Democrats Massachusetts and Oklahoma were too close to call Clinton the former secretary of state hoped to win enough states to take a big step toward wrapping up her nomination fight with rival Bernie Sanders a democratic socialist US senator from Vermont Sanders won his home state of Vermont one of five states he was hoping to capture on Tuesday He thanked the cheering supporters in his hometown of Burlington Vermont and assailed the Republican front-runner "We are not going to let the Donald Trumps of the world divide us" Sanders said adding that he expected to pile up "hundreds" of convention delegates in voting on Tuesday Super Tuesday is the biggestsingle day of state-by-state contests to select party nominees for the 8 November election to succeed Democratic President Barack Obama Voting stretches from eastern states to Texas and Minnesota Trump’s proposals like building a wall along the US southern border with Mexico deporting 11 million illegal immigrants and slapping a temporary ban on Muslims entering the countryhas worried many in the Republican Party While his campaign has confounded many Republican leaders the New York real estate developer cites his high poll numbers as proof he is not dividing the party but expanding its ranks He preached unity as he looked beyond the day’s voting to campaign in Ohio which votes on 15 March Trump looks to expand lead After Tuesday’s victories Trump would expand his strong lead over US Senator Ted Cruz US Senator Marco Rubio of Florida Ohio Governor John Kasich and retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson Opinion polls showed Cruz could pull out a win in his home state of Texas Voting with his wife in Houston Cruz said he hoped Republicans would see a narrower field emerge on Wednesday File image of Donald Trump Reuters "For any candidate that wakes up tomorrow morning who hasn’t won any states . I think it’s time to start thinking about coming together unifying and presenting a clear choice" said Cruz the only Republican to win a state contest besides Trump to date Even as Trump advances many Republican Party leaders do not support his positions and believe he would be easily defeated in November by Clinton if she becomes the Democrat nominee The crossfire between Trump and Republican establishment threatens to rip the party apart at a time when it will need to generate momentum behind a prospective nominee It has left some of the Republican strategists worried looking ahead to the nominating convention in July "If Trump continues winning disappointed party elites will need to reconcile to support the party nominee" said Tim Albrecht a Republican strategist in Iowa On the Democratic side opinion polls showed Clinton who has won three of the first four Democratic contests with a big lead in six southern states that have large blocks of black voters who have been slow to warm up to Sanders In addition to his home state of Vermont Sanders had been aiming for wins in four other states on Tuesday – neighbouring Massachusetts Oklahoma Minnesota and Colorado Reuters Beirut: Syrian government troops backed by Russian airstrikes recaptured a town in Aleppo province from Islamic State militants on Thursday in a key advance just two days ahead of a US and Russia-engineered cease-fire that is to take effect in Syria The town of Khanaser was seized earlier this week by the extremist Islamic State group cutting government military access to the provincial capital also called Aleppo said the Syrian government and the London-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights an opposition monitoring group SANA said the army took Khanaser around 50 kilometers (30 miles) southeast of Aleppo city after three days of heavy battles and that heavy fighting was still underway to reopen the road On Tuesday IS seized Khanaser and surrounding hills severing the government’s main land route to the city Syrian President Bashar Assad and Russian Russian President Vladimir Putin AP In the push on Khanaser the Syrian army and pro-government Shiite militias were backed by Russian airstrikes The Observatory said The advance comes ahead of a cease-fire meant to start on midnight Friday The Islamic State group and al-Qaida’s branch in Syria the Nusra Front however are not included in the truce proposed by the United States and Russia The cease-fire is aimed at achieving a temporary "cessation of hostilities" that would bring back the Syrian government and its opponents to the negotiating table in Geneva The Syrian opposition has agreed to abide by the truce but expressed major concerns and reservations about what it said were ambiguities and the lack of any clear mechanism to implement the agreement Turkey’s prime minister echoed those concerns on Thursday saying he is worried that Russia will continue to hit Syrian civilians or the moderate opposition during the truce Ahmet Davutoglu has accused Russia of striking the moderate opposition in Syria in the past five months under the guise of hitting militants Davutoglu said the cease-fire would have "no meaning if Russia continues with its irresponsible bombings" Meanwhile Turkey’s Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu told state-run Anadolu Agency that Saudi aircraft would arrive "today or tomorrow" at the Incirlik Air Base in southern Turkey to join the fight against Islamic State in Syria Cavusoglu did not say how many planes Saudi Arabia would be sending to the base A key element of the cease-fire deal is humanitarian access to besieged and hard-to-reach areas across Syria The United Nations announced the first high-altitude airdrop of 21 metric tons of aid Wednesday over the city of Deir el-Zour which is under siege from Islamic State extremists But the World Food Program said later it faced "technical difficulties" and indicated the drop may have been off target In a further reflection of the complicated terrain across Syria’s zigzagging front lines Davutoglu also warned Syria’s main Kurdish militia a US-backed group that has been fighting the Islamic State and that is not part of the cease-fire deal against taking advantage of the truce for actions that threaten Turkey’s security Turkey would respond to such actions and will not be bound by the cease-fire agreement the Turkish premier said Ankara considers the Syrian Kurdish group known as the People’s Protection Units or YPG a terror organization because of its links to Turkey’s own Kurdish rebels and has been shelling its positions inside Syria along the border with Turkey AP Hannover: Wooing investors from Germany andthe rest of the world Prime Minister Narendra Modi tonightpromised a welcoming business environment in India with a"predictable stable and competitive" tax regime and assertedthat the "remaining uncertainties" will be addressed He said the task of turning around the systems in India is "huge" and will not be completed overnight but stressed that the government is firmly moving in that direction and it will be done Inaugurating along with German Chancellor Angela Merkel the Hannover Fair in which India is a partner country Modi said his government is "removing unnecessary regulations and simplifying our procedures" to make it easy for doing business in the country and enable foreign companies to participate in the ‘Make in India’ programme Modi in Hannover Fair PTI image "Today I come to seek German partnership in my own mission to open up India’s seamless economic potential To the industry of the world that has assembled here today I say that we have no special bias for our host today India is open and ready to embrace the world" he said addressing the gathering of top business leaders from Germany and other parts of the world Citing his travels around the world Modi said he has seen "a new level of interest" in building partnerships of trade investment and innovation in India "It mirrors the surge of hope in our own people and industry; the new tide of expectation in our 800 million youth — for opportunities and progress And if we want to fulfil the dreams of our youth we must turn our industry into a manufacturing hub for the world and an engine for employment at home And we must equip our youth with the skills to meet the needs of our nation and the demands of the globalised world" he said Inviting investments and technology the Prime Minister said "We are using digital technology to eliminate multiple approvals and endless wait We will guide you and walk with you in your projects We have set up ‘Invest India’ and country desks in it that will be networked to the states We will nurture innovation and protect your intellectual property" "There were institutions in India that seemed beyond scrutiny Well they no longer are We are reforming institutions in ways that has not happened in decades We are building a tax regime that is predictable stable and competitive We will now address the remaining uncertainties The Goods and Services Tax is a long needed revolution that is becoming a reality" Modi said "My message to you (foreign investors) is this: You will find environment that is not only open but also welcoming We will make it easy to do business in India And we will always be eager to listen to your feedback" the Prime Minister said Merkel who led her country out of economic recession responded by saying that she wanted not only Germany companies to participate in ‘Make-in-India’ but also ‘Make-in-Germany’ in which Indian companies could participate With regard to Modi’s assertion about improving conditions for business in India she said the two countries will have inter-governmental talks later this year when "stock" can be taken of whether the "problems" have been addressed "India and Germany need to change ways of doing business" the Chancellor said She said the good volume of trade of 16 billion euros is a "good point" to start Observing that France from where Modi came was also keen to do business with India Merkel told the German business leaders "I know you have competition but more the competition better you get" Modi earlier said "For us the highest priority is creating world class infrastructure We have made a sharp increase in public investments We have established a National Infrastructure and Investment Fund and a new institution for integrated development of this sector" "We are launching attractive new financial instruments for long term funds We seek to fuel our growth with the cleanest and most efficient use of energy" Modi said He said his government has set a target of 75 Giga Watts of new capacity for renewable and clean energy in the next seven years "It is a challenging goal — yes; but important to pursue" the Prime Minister said Talking about good governance he said it is essential "not just for our citizens but also for business" Giving an overview of what his government is doing Modi said "With transparency and speed we have resumed long stalled projects and allocation of resources This is adding new momentum to our economy We are instituting a rational framework for acquisition of land without causing distress to farmers and other landowners We are creating a predictable and transparent environment approval process that will protect our natural heritage" He also highlighted his efforts for cooperative federalism to achieve developmental goals "The investment journey may begin in Delhi but its success depends on state capitals and districts" he said "For the first time we are working as Team India –- a new partnership between the Centre and the States We speak of cooperative federalism but also of competitive federalism where states would excel by competing with each other for investments and jobs We are also giving them more resources so that they can build the infrastructure that you need I also see them as partners in our international engagement" Modi said "But I am also aware that it is easier to change policies and write new laws than it is to change attitudes culture and systems Every CEO who has tried a turnaround knows that Our task is huge; it won’t be completed overnight But I am confident that it will And we are moving firmly and clearly in that direction" he said Contending that "the wind of change is there and it is gathering speed" he said "When IMF the World Bank credit rating agencies and expert speak in one voice of optimism about India we know that the wind is blowing in the right direction And it has made us the fastest growing economy in the world" Modi said it was not just about financial flows new technology or products but also about learning from each other about seeing possibilities in new ways "India is a nation that is blessed with so much goodwill in the world Everywhere I see a strong desire for India to succeed" he said adding that "the progress of one-sixth of humanity will be of great consequence for the world and our beautiful planet" "It will be a world of more hope and opportunities; a world more confident of its success" Modi said The Prime Minister underlined that this was a time of political instability and economic challenges and threats of violence that are increasingly close to homes "The humanity needs the solidarity and strength of international partnerships more than ever before" he said adding that "India will do its part — as an anchor of economic stability; an engine for growth; and as a force of peace and stability in the world" "So let me invite you to do business and make in India -– for India and the world Let me invite you to be our partner in making a new India I also welcome you to enjoy our timeless traditions the ceaseless celebration of diversity; and the warm embrace of friendship" The inauguration was marked by a cultural programme which showcased cultural diversity of India which is eager to break the walls of poverty 20 Indian CEOs and 350 companies are participating in the Fair PTI Representative of Rishikesh Retirement Homes. some more pics from the location have found their way on the internet. 2017 Tiger Zinda Hai is scheduled for a Christmas release this year and will hit the screens on December 22.

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