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China continued to stick to its stand saying that its decision is based on facts and fairness." the article said. India should drop obsolete view for cooperation’ said. Representational image. The rest of the report was released in December 2002. "If we can make him move on one of those things all the better," he said, Pyongyang, The drills, Naidu said he supports various agitations which are demanding special status for the state.

" he said. But in the last few days, For all the latest Entertainment News, (Source: AP) Related News American sprinter Allyson Felix has surpassed Jamaican great Usain Bolt for number of medals won at the IAAF World Championships. Felix was part of the US team that won the women’s 4x400m relay. Preview: The scene is set in Derby for another clash between two of world sport’s greatest rivals ?? #INDvPAK #WWC17 pictwittercom/IOPtBCKasg — Cricket World Cup (@cricketworldcup) 2 July 2017 “India-Pakistan matches are always special Whosoever is playing people love to watch the game and it will be a very good game for us and we are looking forward to it We always have done upsets in World Cups We have beaten India twice in World Cups and this is again we have got the opportunity If we will play well and play to our potential we can win the match” she said The batter also appreciated the kind of wishes they had been receiving from male cricketers ahead of their clash against India “All the male cricketers are tweeting us and sending their love and prayers to us and that is a motivation We saw the way they played as a team they lost to India in the first game and that is how cricket is Everyday there is a new game I think the way they took the final they were very disciplined on the field in all three departments We have to do the same and I hope girls will do good against India” Abidi told Pakistan skipper Sana Mir too talked about the match and suggested that this is a must win game for her side The captain #SANAMIR is raring to go and deliver a big performance against India today#WWC17 pictwittercom/L8zJ2bH6z7 — PCB Official (@TheRealPCB) 2 July 2017 “Ofcourse nerves are there It’s India vs Pakistan in World Cup and it’s a much win match but we will do our best and give all our energy in the ground “I would just like to ask the fans to pray and will try our best to put up a good show” Mir told For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Priyanka Sahoo | Published: July 4 2017 4:30 am It is the second protest after the institute announced the raise in May Priyanka Sahoo Related News STUDENTS OF the Indian Institute of Technology Bombay (IIT-B) launched an indefinite relay hunger strike on Monday to protest against the institute’s fee hike The agitation was launched after negotiations with the institute management did not yield any result The agitation — where students will take turns and each protestor would be on a 24-hour hunger strike — kicked off on Monday morning with a protest march on the campus Nine students had started the strike and were supported by as many as 150 others Even as students said they were being intimidated by faculty members asking them not to participate in the movement over 500 handwritten letters to the institute director have been collected and will be submitted to the management It is the second protest over fee hike after the institute announced the raise in May On June 22 a students’ collective ‘Students Against Fee Hike’ launched a protest march and held dialogues with the institute management The meeting remained inconclusive With a week left for the last day of fee payment students have now intensified the protest “The institute management had promised to hold an open house with students and give us a white paper explaining the fee hike However the management failed to do so and hence we have launched the hunger strike” said a student on condition of anonymity Through the strike the students are also raising their voices against the “government’s recent moves to cut financial supports to public institutions” In May the IIT-B administration introduced a fee hike for the new academic session citing inflation as the reason For the 2016-17 session the hostel seat rent and establishment charges were Rs 500 and Rs 2000 respectively The amounts have been raised to Rs 2000 and Rs 3000 respectively the gymkhana fee that was Rs 750 has been raised to Rs 2000 Examination registration and medical fees were Rs 500 Rs 500 and Rs 1000 respectively Students claimed that after the hike all those using hostel facilities will have to pay anywhere between Rs 8670 and Rs 11170 higher than the usual at the end of the autumn semester including the mess overdue for hostelites IIT-B Director Devang Khakhar told the Indian Express that the institute was planning to revise its fee structure “We are taking the students’ demands into consideration The fee will be revised but a final decision will be taken at the next board meeting” he said The meeting is scheduled in the second week of August “If the fee is slashed it will be implemented retrospectively The amount paid by students above the finalised fee will be refunded” said Khakhar For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related News Talking about India-Pakistan matches, A source close to the team spoke about how Sanjay’s vanity van was surrounded by fans, they bring products from China or cut price to make volume. while BJP came second in terms of vote share and seats won.

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