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" said Muguruza, it said.The Pentagon said although al Qaeda’s core leadership in the Afghanistan-Pakistan border region has been degraded elements continue to seek safe haven on both sides of the border to regenerate and conduct attack planning "The continued development of an al Qaeda affiliate in the region AQIS highlights the dynamic nature of the region’s terrorist and militant landscape posing risks to the mission and to US interests" it said China hopes that Sri Lanka can create a good legal security and public opinion environment for its investment projects in the Indian Ocean country Premier Li Keqiang told his visiting Sri Lankan counterpart Ranil Wickremesinghe Chinese investment in Sri Lanka has been controversial File image of Ranil Wickremesinghe and Li Keqiang Reuters President Maithripala Sirisena is struggling to contain popular opposition to land acquisition for a huge Chinese industrial zone next to Hambantota port in southern Sri Lanka In 2015 Sirisena’s newly-elected government order a review of the $14 billion Colombo port city project which also has Chinese investment Both projects are key parts of China’s new Silk Road plan Li told Wickremesinghe in Beijing for a summit on the new Silk Road that relations were good and cooperation steadily progressing according to a Chinese Foreign Ministry statement late Tuesday "China is willing along with Sri Lanka to steadily promote the construction of the Colombo Port City Hambantota port logistics and industrial zone and other projects in accordance with market and commercial principles" the ministry cited Li as saying China "hopes the Sri Lankan side can great a good legal policy security and public opinion environment for this" Li added Adding to the uncertainty about relations last week Sri Lanka rejected a request from China to dock one of its submarines in Colombo this month China has invested heavily in Sri Lanka in recent years funding airports roads railways and ports unsettling India traditionally the closest economic partner of the island nation of 21 million people London: Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has ruled out a swoop for exiled Manchester City goalkeeper Joe Hart Hart is currently on loan with Serie A side Torino after being banished by City manager Pep Guardiola He could return to the Premier League next season but it is unlikely he will play for City again and Liverpool have been linked with a deal for the 30-year-old England international File photo of Joe Hart AFP Klopp’s keepers have been a constant problem this season after first-choice Simon Mignolet struggled and was replaced by Loris Karius who also failed to shine But Mignolet has improved since returning to the line-up and in the last two matches against Stoke and West Bromwich Albion the Belgian has been particularly impressive With that in mind Klopp is adamant he has no plans to make a move for Hart "Extra competition You ask about goalkeepers but even though you don’t say the name is it about Joe Hart" Klopp said on Thursday when asked whether he was considering his goalkeeping options "We don’t usually talk about these sort of things but in this particular case I think we can "He is a fantastic goalkeeper the goalkeeper of the English national team the highest quality but we have highest-quality goalkeepers "It is not for us in this moment and hopefully not for us in the future not because of Joe but we already have two strong goalkeepers "Danny Ward is at Huddersfield and playing a brilliant season He is our player so we will bring him back next year so there is competition "The situation with our goalkeepers is really good I understand the question but I cannot give the answer probably a few people want" Klopp whose third-placed side host Crystal Palace on Sunday has more pressing issues with midfielder Lucas Leiva and centre-backs Joel Matip and Ragnar Klavan unable to train this week The German also admitted Reds captain Jordan Henderson is still struggling to return from the foot problem which has sidelined him since early February Asked whether Henderson’s campaign could be over Klopp added: "I don’t know we will see "At this moment he cannot really train so we have to wait for this that was the plan from the beginning "We are in intense talks with different medical departments but we have to wait He is already not patient any more "He looks really healthy but he cannot play football and that is the situation at the moment If something changes we can talk about it" By: Express News Service | Mumbai | Updated: September 8 2017 4:05 pm Top News A 23-year-old college student from Jammu & Kashmir was arrested in Goregaon Sunday for allegedly possessing 15 kilograms of charas He is the second Kashmiri man to be arrested this year for supplying charas Following a tip-off the Kandivli unit of the Mumbai Police Anti Narcotics Cell held Ishfaq Ahmed Reshi near Oberoi Mall The ANC seized charas worth Rs 60 lakh from him An ANC official said Reshi had arrived in Mumbai a few days ago and picked up the consignment which had been brought to the city by road “He was on his way to deliver the charas to drug suppliers when we caught him” said an ANC official According to the police Reshi a second year Bachelor of Science student who also works as a car mechanic in his hometown had made at least two trips to the city before and was working as a carrier with a J&K-based group supplying charas across the country “This is the first time that we have caught such a young carrier Normally carriers tend to be middle-aged or older who have a cover to travel across India distributing charas” said the officer In July the ANC had arrested 67-year-old Haji Rehman Shaikh while he was allegedly transporting 20 kg of charas worth Rs 83 lakh Shaikh a native of Bijbehara town in J&K had been arrested by the ANC in 2010 too for allegedly transporting charas valued at Rs 31 lakh Shivdeep Lande Deputy Commissioner of Police ANC said Reshi had been remanded in police custody until September 12 mumbainewsline@expressindiacom For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Somya Lakhani | New Delhi | Published: June 22 2017 3:07 am Delhi Lt Governor Anil Baijal and Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal at Connaught Place (Photo by Renuka Puri) Related News As rain and speeches on stage settled down early Wednesday morning Delhi awaited two important entities One was Prime Minister Narendra Modi who was in Lucknow to participate in International Yoga Day celebrations along with Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath On the other Ram Nath Kovind NDA’s presidential nominee who attended the event in Connaught Place sending the media into a tizzy Apart from Union Minister Venkaiah Naidu BJP national spokesperson Meenakshi Lekhi L-G Anil Baijal and Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal thousands gathered at Connaught Place to participate in the third year celebrations of the event “Yoga is not political yoga is not religious It’s a traditional Indian art form which has caught the attention of the world because of PM Modi” said Naidu While Minister for Youth Affairs and Sports Vijay Goel said “Pakistan mein bhi Yoga manaya jaa raha hai yeh humari number one uplabdhi hai (Even Pakistan is celebrating Yoga This is our number one achievement)” While the event began at 7 am people had gathered in CP Lodhi Gardens Children’s Park and Talkatora Garden by 530 am As Kovind settled down on his mat right in front of the stage all eyes were on him The first few rows saw Naidu Kejriwal Lekhi and others attempt Yoga aasans while the rows behind them — comprising residents of the city — followed the instructions on stage with many being first-timers Enthusiasts practise yoga at Lodhi Gardens (Photo by ashi Tobgyal) Fifteen-year-old Delisha Panda was participating in the Yoga Day celebrations for the first time “It was fun but the postures were too easy as I have been doing Yoga for eight years now I will come back next year” she said adding “I wish the Rajiv Chowk Metro station was open though it would have made travelling easy” For 22-year-old Saiyam Malhotra a resident of Shahdara travelling was the main grouse too “We had to get out at Patel Chowk and take an auto from there and then walk some distance… Also the mats were wet because of the rain The organisers should have taken weather conditions into account and made arrangements accordingly” he suggested Dressed in white shirts and an array of pyjamas salwars and shorts people sat on red mats — provided by the New Delhi Municipal Council — across the six radials of CP From yoga groups in colonies to school children and families — a variety of people turned up for the event From Palam 75-year-old Kitabo Devi Dangar travelled in a hired bus with 35 residents and 80-year-old Darshan Dayal Aggarwal came from Krishna Nagar with his posse of 30 yoga friends “Hum teen saalo se attend kar rahe hai yeh divas aur aagey bhi karte rahenge Isse community sense build ho rahai hai (We have been attending the yoga Day celebrations for the last three years and will continue to do so This helps build a sense of community)” Aggarwal said For some like 25-year-old Hema Chaudhary it was also a learning experience “We are recruit sub-inspectors and are a part of the Police Training Centre We know some yoga so that was fun However it also helped us understand how to tackle a large crowd” she said Minutes before the clock struck 8 the session ended with a resounding applause selfies a high-pitched song and a fight between some over the yoga mats For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: August 19 2017 5:53 am She later deleted the tweet?its top leaders personally handed over cheques of Rs 1 lakh each to the families of three deceased in Rajkot district on Thursday.031 crore every year under this government, The National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme,while his party colleagues and government officials are busy hounding members of Team Anna and castigating the CAG for blowing the whistle. The LAXPC is indigenously developed and used technology already available but its highest possible detector sensitivity puts it among the top rung.BMC had started encroaching on the grounds by building cabins for its staff. "All the kids jumped in and he rode them around the block, "The kids on the bus would be laughing and Ali would be laughing too.

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the Af-Pak policy initially sought to adopt a regional approach.” Malago said.

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