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Tye to replace Richardson in Aussie squad

HYDERABAD: Australia fast bowler Kane Richardson has been ruled out of the ongoing India tour after failing to recover from an injury sustained at training ahead of the T20I series.
Richardson is understood to have picked up the injury while batting in the nets in Hyderabad, where Australia trained before the first T20I in Visakhapatnam on February 24.Richardson didn’t play in that game.Kane reported some left side pain at training prior to the opening T20I in Vizag, Australia physio David Beakley confirmed.
Unfortunately he has not recovered well enough in order to play a further part in the tour. Kane will return home to continue his rehabilitation, and we (will) monitor his progress over the coming weeks.
Richardson’s injury means Australia have only one reserve bowler on the bench Nathan Lyon as they head into the final T20I in Bengaluru with a 1-0 lead.
Western Australia’s Andrew Tye will replace him for the forthcoming ODI leg of the tour.Richardson is understood to have picked up the injury while batting in the nets in Hyderabad, where Australia trained before the first T20I in Visakhapatnam on February 24. Richardson didn’t play in that game.“Kane reported some left side pain at training prior to the opening T20I in Vizag,” Australia physio David Beakley confirmed. “Unfortunately he has not recovered well enough in order to play a further part in the tour.Kane will return home to continue his rehabilitation, and we (will) monitor his progress over the coming weeks.”Richardson’s injury means Australia have only one reserve bowler on the bench — Nathan Lyon — as they head into the final T20I in Bengaluru with a 1-0 lead.

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Aerial strikes on JeM camp: political leaders laud IAF | Live updates

A number of terrorists at the JeM camp in Balakot were killed, confirms Foreign Secretary Vijay Gokhale. As Foreign Secretary Vijay Gokhale confirmed on Tuesday that a Jaish-e-Mohamad (JeM) terror camp in Balakot, Pakistan, was destroyed in Indian Air.
As Foreign Secretary Vijay Gokhale confirmed on Tuesday that a Jaish-e-Mohamad (JeM) terror camp in Balakot, Pakistan, was destroyed in Indian Air Force (IAF) air strikes early on Tuesday morning, political leaders welcomed the action.
At a briefing, Mr. Gokhale also said a number of terrorists were eliminated in the air strike.Here are the reactions from political leaders and others:  Air strikes on Pak. terror camps unimaginable: GangwarUnion Minister Santosh Kumar Gangwar on Tuesday said the entire country is proud of the air strikes, which the common people wouldn’t have even “imagined”.“IAF soldiers returned safe after attacking terrorists. We are proud of our Air Force.The task carried out by them could not have been imagined by the people,” said the Minister of State for Labour and Employment (Independent Charge).Everybody can now understand which country is protecting terrorists, Mr.
Gangwar said, adding “We want to eliminate terrorists completely. — PTI Asaduddin Owaisi hails IAF air strikesAIMIM chief and Hyderabad MP Asaduddin Owaisi on Tuesday hailed the Indian Air Force’s strikes and said the Indian defence forces should be prepared to tackle any retaliatory action.“I was expecting this sort of response within 2 or 3 days after the Pulwama terror attack. I welcome this step.
We stand with the government on this,” Mr. Owaisi told reporters in Hyderabad.He said, “I am sure that our Navy or Air Force are on alert, if Pakistan wants to take some stupid action [in response to the air strikes].” — PYI RSS congratulates governmentThe RSS congratulates the government and the Indian Air Force for the air strikes, saying they have translated into action the angry feelings of Indians following the Pulwama attack.
Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh general secretary Suresh Joshi in a statement says that these air strikes caused no harm to the Pakistani army and civilians which, he added, is tune with the “Bharatiya” (Indian) culture.“The entire nation was agitated and angry in the wake of terror attack by Jaish-e-Mohammed in Pulwama.Today the Indian Air Force demolished JeM’s Pakistan-based base camps’ by precision air strikes. We congratulate the government of India and the Indian Air Force for exactly translating the the feelings and anger of millions of Indians,” he says in the statement.
– PTI This will be the start of unlearning process for Pak.: Sajjad LoneChairman of People’s Conference in Kashmir Sajad Gani Lone says the air strikes will set a benchmark for deterrence and eventually end the cycle of violence.
“Pacifist to the core I am. But the reality as it stares in our faces is that this retaliatory action will actually be the start of the unlearning process for Pakistan.This will set the benchmark for deterrence. And eventually crowd out cycle of violence,” he said in a tweet.
Odisha CM Naveen Patnaik hails IAFOdisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik hails the Air Force for its pre-dawn air strikes. “I salute the Indian Air Force for having taken action to protect our country,” he says.Air strikes underscore resolve and willpower of new India: Amit ShahThe Indian Air Force’s strikes on a terrorist camp in Pakistan underscores the will and resolve of a new India, says BJP president Amit Shah. He asserts that it shows that the country is safe under Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s strong and decisive leadership.“I congratulate and salute the bravery and valour of our armed forces. Today’s action further demonstrates that India is safe and secure under the strong and decisive leadership of PM Narendra Modi,” he says.“Our New India will not spare any acts of terror and their perpetrators and patrons,” he adds. Modi is tasting success in rooting out terrorism: Edappadi K.

PalaniswamyTamil Nadu Chief Minister Edappadi K. Palaniswamy lauds the Prime Minister for the air strikes.
He commends Mr. Modi for his “bold” efforts against terrorism.Mr. Modi was tasting success in rooting out terrorism, which was threatening the entire world, the Chief Minister says in a statement and congratulates him on behalf of the State people.“I extend my greetings to Prime Minister Narendra Modi due to whose bold functioning, a successful air strike has been carried out which has demolished terror camps in Pakistan,” he says. Chandrababu Naidu hails IAF Attack was necessary: KumaraswamyKarnataka Chief Minister Kumaraswamy welcomes the air strikes.Speaking to presspersons at Ramanathpura in Arakalgud taluk, he says they were necessary. Entire country would stand united on this issue.
A much-needed signal to Pakistan, says Amarinder SinghGreat job by the IndianAirForce. The IAFStrikes have sent the much needed signal to Pakistan and the terrorists it’s harbouring – don’t think you can get away with acts like the PulwamaAttack.
Bravo to the IAF Our forces are world class, says Ram Madhav“Every Indian who had the pain and anguish of the martyrdom of our forces is greatly relieved and delighted this morning. Salute to the Air Force for a meticulous operation.Our forces are world class anyway. It is the political will of our PM and team that made all the difference,” BJP general secretary Ram Madhav says. Air strikes a new ball game: Omar Abdullah Nation behind armed forces, says JavadekarHuman Resource Development Minister Prakash Javadekar hails the air strikes. The entire nation stands firmly behind the armed forces, he says.
“It was a necessary step required for the security of the country . it was an act of ‘maha parakram’ [mightily act],” PTI  quotes him as saying.Narendra Modi had given a free hand to the forces to take necessary action following the Pulwama terror attack that left 40 CRPF personnel dead, he points out. Rahul Gandhi salutes” IAF pilotsThe Congress also lauds the role of the Indian Air Force in ”keeping Indians safe with its consistent and determined effort.” IAF pilots have made us proud: Kejriwal Maharashtra Assembly congratulates armed forcesThe Maharashtra Assembly passes a unanimous resolution congratulating the armed forces for carrying out air strikes on terror launch pads in Pakistan.The resolution is moved by Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis, who lauds the Indian Air Force for its bravery.“We feel proud of our armed forces which did not allow martyrdom of our jawans to go in vain. We proved our might,” he says.
Kamal Haasan praises Air ForceMakkal Neethi Maiam (MNM) president Kamal Haasan ‘welcomes’ the air strikes and ’salutes’ the valour of the “heroes.” The country is “proud of its heroes,” he says in a tweet.
“Our 12 (apparently fighter jets) return safely home after wreaking havoc on terrorist camps in Pakistan. India is proud of its heroes.I salute their valour,” he says. Mamata Banerjee lauds IAFWest Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee hails IAF for carrying out the air strikes. It’s a fight Against terror, No one else, says former director of NSC, AfghanistanMany thanks to IAF_MCC for hitting terror outfits in Balakot of Mansehra, PAK. The area has been known to have the so- called Jihadi Training Camps since era of Zia-ul-Haq.

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PPP leaders rush to court for pre-arrest bails in wake of Durrani’s arrest

KARACHI: The arrest of Sindh Assembly Speaker Agha Siraj Durrani by the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) on corruption charges has left many leaders and ministers of Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) in a state of fear and panic.

The SHC accepted on Friday the bail pleas of three PPP leaders who included Aijaz Jakhrani, Taimur Talpur and Razzaq Raja.The high court also restrained the NAB from further investigations against former local government minister and MPA Jam Khan Shoro who is already on bail.Shoro in his plea maintained that NAB was carrying out multiple inquiries against him.I acquired bail from SHC but have concerns about getting arrested in further NAB inquiries.
NAB should be stopped from carrying out any further inquiry against me. The arrest should be made conditional to the permission of the high court, Shoro said in his plea.Sindh Assembly censures NAB over Durrani’s arrestWhile restraining NAB from further inquiry, the court also issued notice to NABs director general and others for March 14.Khalid Javed, counsel for Shoro, submitted before the court that Jam Khan Shoro has his own CNG station in Hyderabad but NAB was harassing his client on an eight-month old call-up notice.He said land department has given in writing that CNG stations land is owned by the applicant but land department is being pressurised to declare the land as government property. He said: NAB is harassing his client on political grounds.
Former federal minister and MNA Aijaz Hussain Jakhrani, who is an accused in a case of making assets beyond known sources of income, had also filed the pre-arrest bail. After he was granted bail, he left the court without responding to the questions of media.Jakhranis counsel informed the court that his client had been issued a notice to appear before NAB as a witness but they have reservation that anti-graft body might arrest him.While granting bail against a surety of Rs 1 million, the court directed him to cooperate with the NAB in their inquiry.
Taimur Talpur, who is the provincial minister of climate change and coastal development, argued in his plea that NAB sent him a call up notice in January 2019.PPP’s thinly-veiled attempt to outwit the NAB The NAB has sought the details of my assets.I dont know what is the accusation against me? NAB should be stopped from arresting me, Talpur said in his plea. The court granted him bail against a surety of Rs 0.5m till March 29.Another PPP member of the Sindh assembly, Abdul Razzaq Raja, also got pre-arrest bail against the surety of Rs 1m fearing his arrest by NAB in a corruption case relating the Malir Development Authority (MDA).Raja stated before the court that he was given notice by NAB in connection with MDA affairs and he had submitted his reply but due to the current political situation he was afraid of his arrest.rd, 2019.

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