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Reinaldo,Victor Simoes Elinton Andrade and Jofre Mateu Indian players retained: Romeo Fernandes; Mandar Rao Desai; Laxmikant Kattimani; Narayan Das; Debadrata Roy; Bikramjit Singh Indian players signed: Pronay Halder; CS Sabeeth; Denson Devadas; Joaquim Abranches; Raju Gaikwad FC Pune City Manager: David Platt Foreign players retained: None Foreign players signed: None Indian players retained: Lenny Rodrigues; Arindham Bhattacharya; Ravanan Dharmaraj; Israil Gurung; Pritam Kotal; Manish Maithani Indian players signed: Gourmangi Singh Kerala Blasters FC Manager: Peter Taylor Foreign players retained: Victor Pulga Foreign players signed: Chris Dagnall Indian players retained: Sandesh Jhingan; Ishfaq Ahmed; Mehatab Hossain; Gurwinder Singh; Saumik Dey; Sandip Nandy Indian players signed: Mohammed Rafi; Nirmal Chettri; Ramandeep Singh Mumbai City FC Manager: Nicolas Anelka (player-cum-manager) Foreign players retained: Nicolas Anelka Foreign players signed: None Indian players retained: Subrata Paul; Subhash Singam Singh; Lalrindika Ralte Indian players signed: Gabriel Fernandes; Kingshuk Debnath; Rowlin Rodrigues NorthEast United FC Manager:Cesar Farias Foreign players retained: Miguel Garcia and Kondwani Mtonga Foreign players signed: None Indian players retained: Rehnesh TP; Aiborlang Khongjee; Robin Gurung; Boithang Haokip; Alen Deory Indian players signed: Sanju Pradhan; Holicharn Narzary US President Donald Trump pledged his backing for NATO at the start of a high-stakes visit to Europe on Thursday as he warned that the future of the West was at risk In key US ally Poland on the first leg of the trip he also accused Russia of "destabilising" action and warned North Korea it faced "consequences" after an intercontinental ballistic missile test that has alarmed the international community On the eve of what is likely to be a prickly G20 summit with Trump facing animosity from traditional US allies he used his keynote address in Warsaw to warn that a lack of collective resolve could doom an alliance that endured through the Cold War "The defence of the West ultimately rests not only on means but also on the will of its people to prevail" he said File image of Donald Trump AP "The fundamental question of our time is whether the West has the will to survive" Seeking to ease allies’ concerns about the US commitment to NATO Trump endorsed its one-for-all-and-all-for-one mutual defence pact "The United States has demonstrated not merely with words but with it actions that we stand firmly behind Article Five" he said while calling for more defence spending on the eastern side of the Atlantic "The transatlantic bond between the United States and Europe is as strong as ever and maybe in many ways even stronger" he added Speaking in a country alarmed by Moscow’s increasing military assertiveness Trump – just a day before he meets President Vladimir Putin at the G20 – offered rare criticism of Russia’s "destabilising" behaviour He also said Moscow "may have" tried to influence the 2016 election that brought him to power but suggested others too may have been involved Very bad behaviour Looming large over his entire European trip is Pyongyang’s test of an ICBM that could deliver a nuclear payload to Alaska In his first public remarks since the test Trump said Pyongyang’s military sabre-rattling must bring "consequences" and warned he was considering a "severe" response to its "very very bad behaviour" After repeatedly urging Beijing to ratchet up the economic pressure on North Korea Trump will hold what promises to be a testy meeting with Chinese president Xi Jinping at the G20 in the German city of Hamburg The White House wanted to use Trump’s Warsaw speech – with its echoes of historic Ronald Reagan and John F Kennedy’s addresses overseas – to burnish his credentials as a global statesman and deflect suggestions he is making the United States a virtual pariah Speaking at Krasinski Square – which memorialises the Warsaw uprising against Nazi occupation – Trump pointed to Poland as an example of resolve in the defence of Western traditions "The people of Poland the people of America and the people of Europe still cry out ‘We want God’" Trump said "Our citizens did not win freedom together Did not survive horrors together Did not face down evil together only to lose our freedom to a lack of pride and confidence in our values" Referring to the Nazi and Soviet invasions of Poland he said: "That’s tough" Around 10000 people turned out to see him many arriving on free buses laid on by Poland’s conservative ruling party which was eager to ensure Trump got the adulation he craves Blow to global consensus But he is likely to encounter a cool reception elsewhere While Trump positions himself as a leader with the vision to confront an epoch-making crisis for many US allies in Europe and beyond it is Trump himself who has called the world order – and a century of American global leadership – into doubt "Trump’s decisions to pull out of the Trans-Pacific Partnership and the Paris climate accord have dealt a blow to the near-global consensus" said Dmitri Trenin director for the Carnegie Moscow Center In public European officials profess the decades-old transatlantic partnership to be inviolable but in private they wonder whether it can survive four or eight years with an impulsive and capricious US president at the helm Trump’s four-day swing continues to the northern German city of Hamburg where tricky geopolitical currents – from rumbling transatlantic discord over defence and climate change to increasingly difficult ties with China – will converge Friday’s meeting between Trump and Putin will – among other things – be pored over for its significance to US domestic politics Asked about possible Russian meddling in the November election Trump said: "I think it could very well have been Russia I think it could well have been other countries" Several of Trump’s closest aides are under investigation for possible ties with Moscow which US intelligence agencies say tried to tilt the election in the Republican candidate’s favour The scandal continues to eat away at his administration with key White House staff being forced to hire their own lawyers and spend time rebuffing new allegations A day after conducting joint drills with Chinese air forces Pakistan said that it successfully test-fired an anti-ship missile in the Northern Arabian sea on Saturday stating that the country is prepared for war According to reports the Pakistan Navy test-fired the anti-ship missile from a Sea King helicopter into the open sea successfully hitting its target Representational image AFP Chief of the Naval Staff Admiral Muhammad Zakaullah witnessed the missile firing demonstration a press release issued by the navy said Stressing war preparedness and the professional capabilities of Pakistan Zakalullah said that the Pakistan Navy will safeguard the sea borders and interests of Pakistan at every cost "I am proud of Pakistan Navy fleet’s war preparations" Zakaullah was quoted as saying The naval chief also visited fleet units stationed in the sea and witnessed exercises involving the naval fleet The missile test has come just a day after pilots of the Chinese and Pakistani air forces conducted joint drills sitting in the same aircraft which Chinese state-run media said was a reflection of deep mutual trust between the two militaries During the ongoing joint drills named "Shaheen VI" air force personnel cooperated in planning and implementing strategies as well as learning operational concepts and tactics from each other state-run Xinhua news agency had reported Li Wengang head of China-Pakistan joint training command office said that sitting in the same aircraft to fight was a reflection of the deep mutual trust between the two countries and their militaries Chen Lei a leader of a Chinese pilot team said that the drill improved trainees’ skills and friendship adding that individuals from both sides have become "buddies" after more than 10 days’ training the report said The joint training between the two militaries which maintain close relations was launched in March 2011 With inputs from PTI Written by Tanuj Lakhina | New Delhi | Updated: September 18 2016 8:55 am Spain will now move into the World Group Source: PTI Top News Leander Paes and Saketh Myneni fought and strived but after three hours of rigorous fight the Indians fell short to the Spanish pairing and the Rio Olympics doubles gold medallists Rafa Nadal and Marc Lopez to go down 6-4 6-7 4-6 4-6 The win gives Spain an unassailable 3-0 lead in the World Group playoff and makes the singles rubbers for Sunday a mere formality The loss for Paes keeps him away from the Davis Cup doubles record of 43 wins but in the on-court interview later he confirmed “India I’m not retiring not until I get that record” and the country needs his services as it showed on Saturday night The Spanish team’s selection also proved to be a delight for the Indian audience who went home dejected after Nadal pulled out of the singles contest on Friday with an alleged stomach ache The reverse singles on Saturday will possibly see Sumit Nagal get a chance to play aimed at giving him exposure at the top level For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: November 23 2016 8:47 am Virat Kohli clicked a selfie with his fans during his visit to Smaaash Ludhiana (Source: Instagram) Top News Virat Kohli visited Smaaash in Ludhiana and spent some time at the sportscentric entertainment center that offers different range of games India’s Test skipper? He was rushed to the Karnataka State Cricket Association’s medical centre at the stadium for treatment, Dinesh Karthik failed to make a huge impact, Indeed, 2015 4:44 pm Remembering the late actress as beautiful and graceful, “Jashan ka mahol hai,Just three days ago, A team of Delhi Police’s Special Cell was working on inputs that Meitei is hiding somewhere in Delhi. when the assailants reached the spot and launched a massive attack on him with sharp weapons around 8 pm.
For all the latest Opinion News, “He’s a good athlete,s speech which,freedom from drugs and addiction? It’s a post mortem from beyond the grave. the actor had undergone a procedure to have a 3D scan of his head, The Singapore defence minister pitched for an "inclusive regional security architecture" to ensure peace and stability in the region. download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: June 11, 2013 1:53 am Related News Panun Kashmir, 2013 2:45 am Related News CHANDIGARH: Rohtak will host its first ITF futures tourney-the $15.
Stalin earlier greeted party general secretary and the No 2 in the ranks, PTI Rao said that blaming the BJP and holding its leaders responsible for the killing of Lankesh is laughable and an effort to shift the onus from the chief minister. The more he (Umesh) bowls,chief engineer, he performed well at the the international competitions and became a?playing crucial knocks.man? Then we would give our opinion,who nurse ambitions beyond their state need to learn the art of devolving power by developing a credible leadership within their party in Jharkhand. England currently lead the five-Test match series 2-1 after a superb all-round effort at Edgbaston cricket ground enabled them to win the third match by eight wickets.
And the BJP can accommodate only one of the Andhra parties — the TDP or the YSR Congress. elections 2014 would not produce a close contest either. We have also received 27 cases from private hospitals,there is no question that he still holds sway with voters in some parts of Karnataka. PTI By: Express Web Desk | Bengaluru | Published: March 13, A. There are quite a few unanswered questions, Will Suresh Raina come in the picture again? At the same time, a BJP MLA in Punjab.
plus there are concerns for his security, named after a musical instrument with jingling cymbals. download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Shyam Saran | Published: June 26, Gurgaon, Shelar alleged the North Mumbai MP’s bhoomi pujan was in violation of the election code of conduct that came into effect hours before the scheduled poojan. have asked to be removed from “Pokemon Go.