Wardha: Prime Minister Narendra Modi Monday launched a broadside against the Congress, accusing it of branding “peace-loving Hindus” as terrorists and insulting those who follow the religion. Launching the BJP-Shiv Sena alliance’s Lok Sabha poll campaign in Maharashtra at a public rally here, Modi said the Congress coined the term ‘Hindu terror’. “Leaders of that party are now scared of contesting from constituencies dominated by majority (Hindu) population,” Modi said. Also Read – India gets first tranche of Swiss bank a/c details His barb was apparently directed at Congress chief Rahul Gandhi, who will be contesting the Lok Sabha polls from Wayanad constituency in Kerala, besides Amethi in Uttar Pradesh. “Congress used the term ‘Hindu terror’…it labelled the peace-loving Hindus as terrorists…is there a single incident of Hindu terrorism?” Modi said. “Congress insulted Hindus…people have decided to punish it in election…hence, it is scared of fielding candidate from constituencies dominated by majority population,” Modi added. Also Read – Tourists to be allowed in J&K from Thursday He accused the Congress and NCP of questioning the valour of soldiers and insulting them after the Pulwama terror attack and Balakot air strike. These parties spoke language that was suitable to be used in Pakistan, he added. Modi also hit out at NCP chief Sharad Pawar, who he said, chose not to contest the Lok Sabha election after deciding to do so first. This was because the NCP chief sensed an unfavourable situation, Modi said, taunting the latter for “shying away” from poll fight. Modi also claimed there was a family feud in the Pawar family and that Pawar was losing his grip on the party. Modi also termed the Congress’ “abuse” that he was a “chowkidar of toilets” as an “ornament” for him. He congratulated ISRO scientists on the successful launch of EMISAT satellite on board polar rocket PSLV-C45 from Sriharikota.
Madrid- Spain must deepen its good ties with the Kingdom of Morocco, said Spanish royal institute ElCano. Spain must deepen its good relations with Morocco and at the same time get involved in improving ties with other Maghreb countries, says the institute in a report submitted last week in Madrid, in the presence of the Minister of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation José Manuel Garcia Margallo, the two former Spanish foreign ministers Marcelino Oreja and Javier Solana and the President of the Elcano Institute Emilio Lamo de Espinosa. In this document, the Spanish Institute focuses on the strategic importance for the foreign policy of Spain to maintain “good relations” with Morocco, given its strategic position and opportunities. “Towards a strategic renovation of Spanish foreign policy,” the report of the El Cano Institute was elaborated by nearly 200 Spanish experts, researchers, high-ranking civil servants, representatives of multinationals, SMEs, NGOs, trade unionists, journalists, and MPs from all political parties
Kosta Karageorge was a red-shirt senior defensive lineman. Credit: Courtesy of OSUWhen former Ohio State football player and wrestler Kosta Karageorge was reported missing in Nov. 2014, a dark cloud was shadowed over the OSU-Michigan game that Saturday. That dark cloud soon formed a black hole that swallowed the hearts of Karageorge’s teammates. The senior walk-on killed himself and was found in a dumpster near his house close to campus.His family sent his brain to be examined by a brain bank in Massachusetts who continues to examine the brains of several former athletes post mortem.A report from The New York Times on Tuesday stated that Karageorge had a protein on his brain that is consistent with Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy, a degenerative disease found in those who suffer from repeated blows to the head. The article stated Karageorge suffered 15 concussions in his lifetime.Neuropathologist Ann McKee examined Karageorge’s brain and found the protein Tau and diagnosed him with Stage 1 CTE. The report handed to the Karageorge family said that McKee discovered traces of “past microhemorrhaging in Karageorge’s prefrontal cortex” which often “leads to cognitive issues involving impulsivity, disinhibition, poor judgment and maybe even suicidal ideation,” according to McKee’s report outlined in the article.Concussions have been a focus of discussion for the better part of three years. Former Buckeye Ray Griffin sued the Big Ten and the NCAA just over a week ago over the same issue.The article stated that McKee said that it is impossible to distinguish if chronic head trauma is directly related to Karageorge’s suicide.OSU offers suicide prevention resources. The Office of Student Life’s Counseling and Consultation Services can be reached at 614-292-5766. The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline can be reached at 1-800-273-8255 or online at suicidepreventionlifeline.org.
Redshirt freshman linebacker Justin Hilliard came into the Ohio State program looking to make an immediate impact. It turns out he will have to wait even longer for that opportunity.The former 2015 five-star recruit from Cincinnati St. Xavier High School announced on Instagram that he had suffered a season ending injury which requires rehabilitation.“(I) can’t lie, I’m hurt,” Hilliard said in his post. “But head up and looking forward to killing this rehab for the next six months.”Hilliard was instrumental on special teams through the team’s first three games in 2016. He was listed on the depth chart as the weak-side linebacker after junior Dante Booker and redshirt senior Joe Burger. Hilliard registered four tackles against Bowling Green.Hilliard suffered injuries last season that kept him from seeing the field. He tore his left meniscus during the 2015 season, then missed all of spring camp with a torn bicep. Hilliard has a sling on his left arm in the photo.Coach Urban Meyer confirmed on Monday that Hilliard tore his left bicep and will be out several months. Editor’s Note: This article was updated on 9/26 with comment from Meyer.
For Inter Milan’s Kwadwo Asamoah, the victory against Empoli today in the Italian Lega Serie A is key to the team’s objectivesInternazionale Milan defeated Empoli 1-0 today, to close 2018 in the Italian Lega Serie A.And for Kwadwo Asamoah, this triumph is very good for the team’s objective.“This is a very important win, winning games like this is always important for your league season,” he told the club’s official website.“It’s certainly a good thing to end the year with a win.”Lukaku backed to beat Ronaldo in Serie A scoring charts Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Former Inter Milan star Andy van der Meyde is confident Romelu Lukaku will outscore Cristiano Ronaldo in this season’s Serie A.“Keita’s goal? It’s worth a lot to us because it’s allowed us to pick up the three points. He’s starting to play at his peak levels,” he added.“My first few months at Inter? They’ve been intense and emotional, and in the next six months we have to improve even more: I’m convinced that we can do even better than what we’re doing.”“The best moment so far? I think the win at home against Tottenham – Vecino’s goal was a very emotional moment,” he explained.“We want to achieve important objectives next year. It’s difficult to make promises in football, but we’ll give everything in terms of commitment. I would like to wish all Inter fans a great 2019.”
Leicester City lost 2-1 against Football League two minnows Newport County in the FA Cup Third Round, but for the player, manager Claude Puel is not at fault.After Leicester City was kicked out of the FA Cup on the Third Round, many blamed coach Claude Puel.But a footballer has come out on is defense: Wes Morgan.“I do think any criticism (of Puel) would be unfair,” Morgan told The Independent.“Obviously people will look at the result and judge by that. But if you look at the chances and opportunities we had, we could have won that game quite easily.”Liverpool legend Nicol slams Harry Maguire’s Man United form Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Steve Nicol believes Harry Maguire has made some “horrendous mistakes” recently, and has failed to find his best form since joining Manchester United.“We’ve got a good squad and the gaffer’s got the problem of finding the right balance. He’s got to give players rest and other players opportunities,” he explained.“It’s the same for every manager and every team – and I thought we were definitely strong enough.”“It was a difficult day and the magic of the FA Cup happened, definitely,” Morgan commented.“It’s a big day for Newport and good luck to them.”
Eight teams have advanced into the Quarterfinals of the competition for a chance to be champions in the tournament played in the United Arab Emirates.The Round of 16 of the 2019 AFC Asian Cup was played from January 20th to the 22nd as eight teams move to the Quarterfinals.Vietnam was the first team to advance to the next round of the competition after drawing 1-1 against Jordan but winning 4-2 in penalties.Thailand failed against China as the Chinese advance to the Quarterfinals of the competition, while Iran defeated Oman 2-0.Japan did the minimum to beat Saudi Arabia 1-0, while Australia needed penalties to defeat Uzbekistan, after drawing 0-0 in regular time and winning 4-2 in penalties.Australia is the current champion of the competition, as the Oceanic country hopes to defend its crown from the other Asian teams in the tournament.Qatar will plan soon how to aim higher Manuel R. Medina – February 3, 2019 The Qatari national team won the AFC Asian Cup for the first time ever, but the 2022 FIFA World Cup hosts don’t want it to end there.Hosts United Arab Emirates (UAE) were on their way to advance to the next round but a 90+1 minute goal by Turnusali Rustamov saw the team going into extra time.There Ahmed Khalil gave the UAE a win, after scoring a penalty kick goal, sending the whole country into celebrations.Meanwhile, South Korea needed a goal by Kim Jin-Su in overtime to beat Bahrain 2-1.The last guest in the Quarterfinals is Qatar, which defeated Iraq 1-0 to advance to the next round.You can find how teams will play in the Quarterfinals of the competition by clicking here.