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"The Opposition will rise against the government, Now we are looking at admissions for the next session without having reached any decision yet, said H S Mamikthe president of the Independent Schools Association He added that if no permanent decision was taken on the issue immediatelythe schools should at least be reimbursed a lump sum That would ensure that once the money reached the schoolsany discrepancies could be dealt with and adjustments made at the time of next reimbursements The Right to Education Act provides that private unaided schools will be reimbursed expenditure incurred by them for admitting 25 per cent EWS children at the entry-level classes These reimbursements are to be up to the extent of per child expenditure incurred by the state or the actual amount charged by the school from the childwhichever is less For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBannon became the fifth high-profile casualty in Trump’s inner circle in just six months Reince Priebus the earlier White House chief of staff was also sacked recently by the Trump administration ReutersAt stumps on day three of the second India-New Zealand Test in Kolkata India’s overall lead stood at 339 runs Given the frailty in New Zealand’s lower order and that the pitch at Eden Gardens had variable bounce it was never a doubt that the hosts would not win this match The question as such was about when and not if There has been a lot of debate about attendance during this second Test and that the Eden Gardens looked empty The truth however is that nearly 15000 have come to watch the match everyday just that the sheer size of this ground has not impressed upon this fact Virat Kohli gestures after India pick up another wicket during day four of the 2nd Test against New Zealand Even so it is a reduced attendance by Kolkata’s standards Usually a home Test does garner about 25000-30000 people every day Could the build up to Durga Puja be the reason It was fitting then that homeboys Wriddhiman Saha and Mohammed Shami helped end the match quickly on Monday Now the festivities can begin in earnest All was dependent on the end of the Indian innings thereafter Would India declare Well with every passing Test this topic is becoming more interesting For all the talk about his aggressive persona Virat Kohli tends to play it cool whenever the time to make this decision comes about It happened first in the second Test in Sri Lanka then earlier this year in West Indies at St Lucia And now for two matches running against New Zealand India have batted for longer than needed No it is not to say that this is a defensive trait in the Indian captain Instead it is a calculative ploy With time on their hands the team management tends to let the game flow to a point from where there are only two possibilities – win or draw Then the bowlers push themselves almost in a backbreaking manner to force the issue and narrow it down to one outcome – a win for India Declaration as such wasn’t on the cards at all but for a second time in the match Wriddhiman Saha batted as per his team requirements If the first innings was about putting India in a gainful position then in the second innings it was about driving that same advantage home With two half-centuries in his home Test then let it be said here there is no competition for India’s first-choice Test keeper-batsman at the moment Chasing an improbable 376 New Zealand openers batted out an hour before lunch Did it raise hope for the outcome of the match in their favour a slight shift towards the draw if not an Indian win Perhaps Tom Latham and Martin Guptill showed for a brief period that this pitch was conducive for a fighting batting performance A grind with both bat and ball was about to ensue 55/0 at lunch and there was no inkling that the match would wrap up before stumps in the next two sessions Even when the Kiwis were placed at 135/3 with drift from the Indian spinners accounting for Guptill and Henry Nicholls it was still a question mark a matter of inducing a collapse on a day four pitch As with the target this was an improbability And yet it happened in awe-striking fashion as the visitors lost seven wickets for 62 runs in the final session This is where credit must go to the Indian captain and his bowlers Kohli can sight victory on the horizon like a bloodhound smells its prey from afar and then the obvious thing to do is move in for the kill Feeding off the crowd’s energy he goaded his bowlers into taking those wickets Tom Latham’s wicket was a huge bonus The thinking bowler that he is Ashwin beat him outside the off-stump and again that additional drift lured the batsman in inducing that edge Thereafter it became the Shami show as he bowled with the Kolkata crowd at his back Through days one to four collectively speaking this has been a Test match where the pacers brilliance on an atypical sub-continental wicket has been beautiful to watch: from the movement Matt Henry and Bhuvneshwar Kumar generated to the hard work put in by Trent Boult and Neil Wagner Shami provided the final flourish Maybe the lbw against Mitchell Santner was marginal going down leg But the ball that destroyed BJ Watling’s stumps was a peach When Kumar chipped in knocking back Jeetan Patel’s off-stump in a cartwheel the performance was complete Soon the victory too was And so India regained the no1 ranking in Test cricket and in a proper manner like Pakistan had done it by playing some wonderful cricket It was this squad’s goal to get to that ranking by March 2017 while playing some consistent cricket The goal is accomplished early into the home season and this is where the consistency bit will kick in as England and Australia book their flight tickets for India UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres condemned the "humanitarian nightmare" for Myanmar’s Rohingyas on Thursday and demanded that the government end military operations and open humanitarian access to its conflict-wracked western region "The situation has spiraled into the world’s fastest developing refugee emergency a humanitarian and human rights nightmare" Guterres said in a speech to the UN Security Council Ferrari driver Sebastian Vettel while his second-placed teammate Kimi Raikkonen stands aloof during the podium ceremony Raikkonen was stony-faced after being on the receiving end of what seemed like clear team orders favoring his teammate VettelWashington: President Donald Trump is facing a crisis he can’t manage with a tweet or a taunt The appointment of former FBI director Robert Mueller as special counsel overseeing the federal government’s Russia investigation has dramatically raised the legal and political stakes and put Trump’s young presidency in dangerous waters just four months after he was sworn into office (From left) US President Donald Trump and former FBI director Robert Mueller AP White House and campaign records may be subpoenaed and Trump’s presidential privilege to keep West Wing conversations private could be challenged Current and former staffers will likely have to hire pricey lawyers and sit for interviews Trump himself may have to answer questions And even if Trump’s campaign is ultimately cleared of wrongdoing the shadow of an investigation will hang over the White House for months or even years "They will govern with constant fear of bombshell news being around the corner" said Julian Zelizer a history professor at Princeton University Trump has long maintained that he and his associates had no nefarious ties to Russia In a written statement shortly after Mueller’s appointment was announced Trump said a thorough investigation will confirm "there was no collusion between my campaign and any foreign entity" The Justice Department’s decision to put Mueller in charge of the investigation comes as the White House was already reeling from a series of self-inflicted controversies Last week Trump stunningly fired FBI director James Comey who was overseeing the Russia probe In a brazen warning to Comey Trump suggested he may have tapes of their conversations Undeterred Comey’s associates then revealed that the former FBI chief has a memo of a meeting with Trump in which the president asks for the investigation into ousted national security adviser Michael Flynn to be stopped Controversy is nothing new for Trump As a candidate he often careened from one crisis to the next including the release of a video in which he was heard making predatory comments about women His response often followed a familiar pattern: blaming the media for peddling "fake news" lashing out at his rivals and creating provocative distractions often with a well-timed tweet He’s tried to deploy that same playbook to tamp down the Russia controversy He’s repeatedly panned both the FBI investigation and concurrent probes on Capitol Hill as a "hoax" He’s blamed Democrats for leveling allegations of Russian collusion as a way to explain their crushing defeats in last year’s elections And he’s urged not only his supporters but also the FBI to focus more on the leaks about the investigation that have deepened questions about possible Russia connections Presidential historian Douglas Brinkley said Trump is "not going to be able to jive his way out" of the Mueller-led probe "He wanted to make it out as media and Democratic warfare" Brinkley said "But now with Mueller being chosen and the GOP backing the Justice Department decision Trump is truly going to be held to the standards of justice" In his statement Wednesday night Trump said he planned to focus on "fighting for the people and the issues that matter most to the future of our country" But the snowballing Russia controversy has overshadowed much of his agenda and raised questions about whether Republican lawmakers will be willing to take tough votes supporting a president under the cloud of investigation As special counsel Mueller will have all the same powers as a US attorney though he will still ultimately report to Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein Still he is not subject to the day-to-day supervision of the Justice Department The situation is similar to the investigation into whether officials in President George W Bush’s administration leaked the name of CIA operative Valerie Plame to reporters Comey who was then serving as deputy attorney general tapped Patrick Fitzgerald to lead the probe which led to the conviction of a top White House official In the 1990s President Bill Clinton was engulfed by an independent counsel investigation that started as a probe into failed land deals but ultimately exposed his affair with a White House intern He was impeached by the House but acquitted by the Senate Jennifer Palmieri who worked in the Clinton administration and later on Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign offered a dire warning for Trump aides on what could come in a White House facing the pressures of an investigation "It’s all the pressures of 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AP Swimming great Michael Phelps regained his cherished 200m butterfly Olympic crown,Chandigarh facing contempt proceedings for failing to execute the orders passed by Court of Civil Judge T P S Randhawa on a PIL filed by Advocate Pankaj Chandgothia, victory against Lithuania’s Ricardas Berankis came after several shoulder surgeries that threatened his career. Top News Bangladesh start their World Cup campaign with a thumping with over first timers England. 2016 Asked which director he dreams to work with, 295, placed almost at the fag end of their 52-page election manifesto. Vikas stepped into the house, very difficult but we play at home in front of our fans and we have to try to win, after their bowlers and fielders had restricted New Zealand to a paltry 126 in their opening encounter of the T-20 World Cup on Tuesday.
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