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Joe Biden: US President Joe Biden to host leaders of Australia, Japan, India September 24; US official | World News – Times of India
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Joe Biden: US President Joe Biden to host leaders of Australia, Japan, India September 24; US official | World News – Times of India

WASHINGTON: US President Joe Biden will host a first in-person summit of leaders of the "Quad" countries - Australia, India, Japan and the United States - next week, a senior US official told Reuters on Monday. The summit will be held at the White House on September 24, the official said. The prime ministers of Australia, India and Japan - Scott Morrison, Narendra Modi and Yoshihide Suga - are expected in the United States next week to attend the United Nations General Assembly in New York. A virtual meeting of leaders of the Quad countries, which have been seeking to enhance cooperation in the face of China's growing power and assertiveness, was held in March. In that meeting, the leaders pledged to work closely on Covid-19 vaccines and climate and to ensure a free and open Indo-Pacifi...
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‘We are still improving… We will be learning till the end of our careers’

At the e.Adda last week, Olympic gold medallist Neeraj Chopra and bronze medal-winning wrestler Bajrang Punia spoke on preparing in the time of the pandemic, on life after their medals and what needs to be done to support emerging athletes. On the excitement over the Olympics and the challenge of the pandemic Bajrang Punia: We have been receiving a lot of love and respect after winning medals for the country. It has continued for over a month now, but that also means we have more responsibility, and we need to do more for the country. People came to the airport (to greet us) because they love us and support us. When we saw Sushil bhai (wrestler Sushil Kumar) being honoured at the airport in 2008, we had hoped that one day, people would do the same for us. That also motivated us to get a...
Sports

‘We are still improving… We will be learning till the end of our careers’

At the e.Adda last week, Olympic gold medallist Neeraj Chopra and bronze medal-winning wrestler Bajrang Punia spoke on preparing in the time of the pandemic, on life after their medals and what needs to be done to support emerging athletes. On the excitement over the Olympics and the challenge of the pandemic Bajrang Punia: We have been receiving a lot of love and respect after winning medals for the country. It has continued for over a month now, but that also means we have more responsibility, and we need to do more for the country. People came to the airport (to greet us) because they love us and support us. When we saw Sushil bhai (wrestler Sushil Kumar) being honoured at the airport in 2008, we had hoped that one day, people would do the same for us. That also motivated us to get a...
Gaming

Delhi Police lodges rape FIR against LJP MP Prince Raj

Delhi police has registered an FIR under IPC provisions relating to rape, criminal conspiracy, destruction of evidence at Connaught Place Police Station against Prince Raj, the LJP MP from Samastipur in Bihar, on the basis of a complaint filed by a woman three months ago. The FIR also named LJP leader Chirag Paswan, who, the complaint alleged, conspired to delay action against his cousin Prince. The police lodged the FIR on September 9 on directions from a Delhi court, after the complainant approached it. Both Chirag and Prince did not respond to calls from The Indian Express seeking their version. Prince is one of the five LJP MPs who rebelled against Chirag’s leadership in the party in June this year. On February 10, Prince had lodged an FIR of extortion against the complainant. “...
Gaming

Delhi Police lodges rape FIR against LJP MP Prince Raj

DELHI POLICE has registered an FIR under IPC provisions relating to rape, criminal conspiracy, destruction of evidence at Connaught Place Police Station against Prince Raj, the LJP MP from Samastipur in Bihar, on the basis of a complaint filed by a woman three months ago. The FIR also named LJP leader Chirag Paswan, who, the complaint alleged, conspired to delay the action against his cousin Prince. The police lodged the FIR on September 9 on directions from a Delhi court, after the complainant approached it. Chirag and Prince did not respond to calls from The Indian Express seeking their version. Prince is one of the five LJP MPs who rebelled against Chirag’s leadership in the party in June this year. On February 10, Prince had lodged an FIR of extortion against the complainant. “It ha...
Politics

How legal aid bodies built case against Covid in Himachal: online camps, door-to-door visits

BEHIND Himachal Pradesh’s coronavirus vaccination success are several unlikely heroes. Among them are office-bearers of its district- and state-level legal service authorities, and the para-legal volunteers who work with them. Through YouTube videos, online camps and door-to-door visits, they have been raising awareness about the virus and how to check it since the first Covid-19 wave. At the office of the Nari Chintpurni gram panchayat in Una district, a group of people are gathered on September 9 to hear Vivek Khanal, secretary of the District Legal Services Authority (DLSA), at an online nukkad camp. Khanal, 44, describes the official duties of the DLSA, that is offering free legal advice to those who can’t afford it, before going on to congratulate the audience on getting themselves...
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How legal aid bodies built case against Covid in Himachal: online camps, door-to-door visits

BEHIND Himachal Pradesh’s coronavirus vaccination success are several unlikely heroes. Among them are office-bearers of its district- and state-level legal service authorities, and the para-legal volunteers who work with them. Through YouTube videos, online camps and door-to-door visits, they have been raising awareness about the virus and how to check it since the first Covid-19 wave. At the office of the Nari Chintpurni gram panchayat in Una district, a group of people are gathered on September 9 to hear Vivek Khanal, secretary of the District Legal Services Authority (DLSA), at an online nukkad camp. Khanal, 44, describes the official duties of the DLSA, that is offering free legal advice to those who can’t afford it, before going on to congratulate the audience on getting themselves...
Politics

How legal aid bodies built case against Covid in Himachal: online camps, door-to-door visits

BEHIND Himachal Pradesh’s coronavirus vaccination success are several unlikely heroes. Among them are office-bearers of its district- and state-level legal service authorities, and the para-legal volunteers who work with them. Through YouTube videos, online camps and door-to-door visits, they have been raising awareness about the virus and how to check it since the first Covid-19 wave. At the office of the Nari Chintpurni gram panchayat in Una district, a group of people are gathered on September 9 to hear Vivek Khanal, secretary of the District Legal Services Authority (DLSA), at an online nukkad camp. Khanal, 44, describes the official duties of the DLSA, that is offering free legal advice to those who can’t afford it, before going on to congratulate the audience on getting themselves...
Politics

How legal aid bodies built case against Covid in Himachal: online camps, door-to-door visits

BEHIND Himachal Pradesh’s coronavirus vaccination success are several unlikely heroes. Among them are office-bearers of its district- and state-level legal service authorities, and the para-legal volunteers who work with them. Through YouTube videos, online camps and door-to-door visits, they have been raising awareness about the virus and how to check it since the first Covid-19 wave. At the office of the Nari Chintpurni gram panchayat in Una district, a group of people are gathered on September 9 to hear Vivek Khanal, secretary of the District Legal Services Authority (DLSA), at an online nukkad camp. Khanal, 44, describes the official duties of the DLSA, that is offering free legal advice to those who can’t afford it, before going on to congratulate the audience on getting themselves...
Politics

How legal aid bodies built case against Covid in Himachal: online camps, door-to-door visits

BEHIND Himachal Pradesh’s coronavirus vaccination success are several unlikely heroes. Among them are office-bearers of its district- and state-level legal service authorities, and the para-legal volunteers who work with them. Through YouTube videos, online camps and door-to-door visits, they have been raising awareness about the virus and how to check it since the first Covid-19 wave. At the office of the Nari Chintpurni gram panchayat in Una district, a group of people are gathered on September 9 to hear Vivek Khanal, secretary of the District Legal Services Authority (DLSA), at an online nukkad camp. Khanal, 44, describes the official duties of the DLSA, that is offering free legal advice to those who can’t afford it, before going on to congratulate the audience on getting themselves...
Politics

How legal aid bodies built case against Covid in Himachal: online camps, door-to-door visits

BEHIND Himachal Pradesh’s coronavirus vaccination success are several unlikely heroes. Among them are office-bearers of its district- and state-level legal service authorities, and the para-legal volunteers who work with them. Through YouTube videos, online camps and door-to-door visits, they have been raising awareness about the virus and how to check it since the first Covid-19 wave. At the office of the Nari Chintpurni gram panchayat in Una district, a group of people are gathered on September 9 to hear Vivek Khanal, secretary of the District Legal Services Authority (DLSA), at an online nukkad camp. Khanal, 44, describes the official duties of the DLSA, that is offering free legal advice to those who can’t afford it, before going on to congratulate the audience on getting themselves...
Politics

How legal aid bodies built case against Covid in Himachal: online camps, door-to-door visits

BEHIND Himachal Pradesh’s coronavirus vaccination success are several unlikely heroes. Among them are office-bearers of its district- and state-level legal service authorities, and the para-legal volunteers who work with them. Through YouTube videos, online camps and door-to-door visits, they have been raising awareness about the virus and how to check it since the first Covid-19 wave. At the office of the Nari Chintpurni gram panchayat in Una district, a group of people are gathered on September 9 to hear Vivek Khanal, secretary of the District Legal Services Authority (DLSA), at an online nukkad camp. Khanal, 44, describes the official duties of the DLSA, that is offering free legal advice to those who can’t afford it, before going on to congratulate the audience on getting themselves...
Politics

How legal aid bodies built case against Covid in Himachal: online camps, door-to-door visits

BEHIND Himachal Pradesh’s coronavirus vaccination success are several unlikely heroes. Among them are office-bearers of its district- and state-level legal service authorities, and the para-legal volunteers who work with them. Through YouTube videos, online camps and door-to-door visits, they have been raising awareness about the virus and how to check it since the first Covid-19 wave. At the office of the Nari Chintpurni gram panchayat in Una district, a group of people are gathered on September 9 to hear Vivek Khanal, secretary of the District Legal Services Authority (DLSA), at an online nukkad camp. Khanal, 44, describes the official duties of the DLSA, that is offering free legal advice to those who can’t afford it, before going on to congratulate the audience on getting themselves...
Politics

How legal aid bodies built case against Covid in Himachal: online camps, door-to-door visits

BEHIND Himachal Pradesh’s coronavirus vaccination success are several unlikely heroes. Among them are office-bearers of its district- and state-level legal service authorities, and the para-legal volunteers who work with them. Through YouTube videos, online camps and door-to-door visits, they have been raising awareness about the virus and how to check it since the first Covid-19 wave. At the office of the Nari Chintpurni gram panchayat in Una district, a group of people are gathered on September 9 to hear Vivek Khanal, secretary of the District Legal Services Authority (DLSA), at an online nukkad camp. Khanal, 44, describes the official duties of the DLSA, that is offering free legal advice to those who can’t afford it, before going on to congratulate the audience on getting themselves...
Politics

How legal aid bodies built case against Covid in Himachal: online camps, door-to-door visits

BEHIND Himachal Pradesh’s coronavirus vaccination success are several unlikely heroes. Among them are office-bearers of its district- and state-level legal service authorities, and the para-legal volunteers who work with them. Through YouTube videos, online camps and door-to-door visits, they have been raising awareness about the virus and how to check it since the first Covid-19 wave. At the office of the Nari Chintpurni gram panchayat in Una district, a group of people are gathered on September 9 to hear Vivek Khanal, secretary of the District Legal Services Authority (DLSA), at an online nukkad camp. Khanal, 44, describes the official duties of the DLSA, that is offering free legal advice to those who can’t afford it, before going on to congratulate the audience on getting themselves...
Politics

How legal aid bodies built case against Covid in Himachal: online camps, door-to-door visits

BEHIND Himachal Pradesh’s coronavirus vaccination success are several unlikely heroes. Among them are office-bearers of its district- and state-level legal service authorities, and the para-legal volunteers who work with them. Through YouTube videos, online camps and door-to-door visits, they have been raising awareness about the virus and how to check it since the first Covid-19 wave. At the office of the Nari Chintpurni gram panchayat in Una district, a group of people are gathered on September 9 to hear Vivek Khanal, secretary of the District Legal Services Authority (DLSA), at an online nukkad camp. Khanal, 44, describes the official duties of the DLSA, that is offering free legal advice to those who can’t afford it, before going on to congratulate the audience on getting themselves...
Politics

How legal aid bodies built case against Covid in Himachal: online camps, door-to-door visits

BEHIND Himachal Pradesh’s coronavirus vaccination success are several unlikely heroes. Among them are office-bearers of its district- and state-level legal service authorities, and the para-legal volunteers who work with them. Through YouTube videos, online camps and door-to-door visits, they have been raising awareness about the virus and how to check it since the first Covid-19 wave. At the office of the Nari Chintpurni gram panchayat in Una district, a group of people are gathered on September 9 to hear Vivek Khanal, secretary of the District Legal Services Authority (DLSA), at an online nukkad camp. Khanal, 44, describes the official duties of the DLSA, that is offering free legal advice to those who can’t afford it, before going on to congratulate the audience on getting themselves...
Politics

Heavy rain: Three dead, over 3,000 evacuated in Odisha

Three people died while over 3,800 people were evacuated from various low-lying areas as heavy rain lashed Odisha on Sunday. According to the government, 19.3 lakh people from 11 districts have been affected. “Two people died in Kendrapara after a wall collapsed and one person died in Khordha district due to drowning. A detailed investigation is underway,” Special Relief Commissioner Pradeep Jena said. State capital Bhubaneswar and temple town Puri broke their own records since Saturday owing to a deep depression over the north coastal Odisha. Between Saturday morning and Monday, Puri recorded 329 mm rainfall, said to be highest single-day rain in September, since 1934 when it received 210.8 mm rainfall. Bhubaneswar on the other hand recorded 193 mm rainfall during the period, breaking ...
New PCB chief Ramiz Raja orders increase in monthly retainers of domestic players | Cricket News – Times of India
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New PCB chief Ramiz Raja orders increase in monthly retainers of domestic players | Cricket News – Times of India

KARACHI: Hours after becoming the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman, former captain Ramiz Raja has ordered a 100,000 rupees increase in the monthly retainers of all domestic players. The pay increase will be given to 192 players with domestic contracts with immediate effect, the PCB said. The increase in the monthly retainers will now allow domestic players in first class and grade-11 competitions to earn between 140,000 to 250,000 per month. The PCB said the new chairman ordering a pay rise for players in all categories means those in the lowest D category will see an increase of around 250 percent in their monthly retainers. "It is our duty to care for our cricketers and continue to take measures which strengthen our system," Ramiz said. "This will also play a role in ending any u...