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Kolkata: Suspended Trinamool Congress MP Kunal Ghosh who recently made an alleged suicide attempt,on Monday claimed that he would not get justice and that it was a life and death fight for him in the Saradha scam case in which he is an accused "Does anyone have to accept whatever the state is doing I will not get justice this is a life and death fight for me" Ghosh said during the hearing of a case against him for non-payment of salary in Saradha group-owned Channel 10 news channel of which he was the CEO Kunal Ghosh PTI "Why is the state (West Bengal government) in such a hurry to get me convicted when the CBI is probing the matter" Ghosh who had been arrested by Bidhannagar City Police in November 2013 and was later handed over to CBI in July after it took over the investigation said Ghosh who fell out of favour with the TMC leadership after he made allegations against a section of it in connection with the multi-crore Saradha chitfund scam has been making startling accusations against some party leaders during court hearings Ghosh was remanded to judicial custody by metropolitan magistrate Santanu Ganguly till 12 December Ghosh made an alleged suicide bid by taking sleeping pills in the early hours of 14 November just three days after he threatened in open court to commit suicide if the CBI did not catch the real culprits in the case within 72 hours PTI By: Express Web Desk | Published: July 10 2017 12:38 am Salt Lake Stadium will host the marquee game at the FIFA U-17 World Cup – the final (File) Related News Coaches from three of the participating nations have given a positive vote of confidence to the Salt Lake Stadium in Kolkata which will be the designated venue for the Group F matches and the final of the FIFA U-17 World Cup Inspecting the facilities at the Salt Lake Stadium coaches of England Mexico Iraq and Chile were left pleased on Sunday which have the local organising committee a reason to breathe easy They were in the city on Sunday to inspect the ground hotel and training facilities before they formally arrive with the teams and staff for the tournament that gets underway on October 6 with the final scheduled for October 28 The teams are scheduled to arrive in the first week of October but England plan to get to the city before that to soak in the conditions and revel in Indian culture “First impression is very good It’s fantastic we are absolutely delighted to get our draw here in Kolkata We have no complaints There’s such a good enthusiasm for football here” said England coach Steve Cooper “We have some provisional plans to come here a little bit earlier than the FIFA schedule It’s a life experience as well — to come to India and experience the culture everything that comes along with it is a very important experience for the boys” “We are really grateful for all the attention and reception in the city We have seen the field and the stadium facilities It’s state of the art work The pitch is of first level We are pleased to be here” said Mexico interim coach Etchverria Perez Enrique “I love Kolkata’s history The people here are very nice with us We hope to have some great matches here The stadium looks beautiful and all new” saidChilie coach Hernan Caputto The stadium will play host to five Group F matches starting with Chile versus England on October 5 at 5 PM In the knockout stages Salt Lake Stadium will also host one pre-quarterfinal the third place playoff and the summit contest For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Coomi Kapoor | Published: January 22 2012 3:02 am Related News In Mahatmas name Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi wants to imitate Mayawati in her penchant for constructing grandiose theme parks Howeverinstead of Mayawati-style parks filled with elephants and Dalit iconsModi plans to set up a Mahatma Mandir park in Gandhinagar Initiallythe idea was to have 365 statues of the Mahatmabut it was scaled down to 52 statues representing each week of the year The parks budget is estimated to be around Rs 300 crore and it will include a platform and an auditorium Gandhiji would surely turn in his grave at such a vulgar display in his name Hazares silence There is a protracted silence on the part of Anna Hazare which is demoralising the activists of the Jan Lokpal movement in Delhiwho were banking on Hazare taking a proactive approach in the ongoing Assembly elections Hazare has not issued any statement ever since he fell ill and called off his fast on December 27 Hazares poor health is not the only reason for concern for the activists They suspect that the Congress has used the services of a Pune-based industrialista close associate of former Maharashtra chief minister Vilasrao Deshmukhand a group of Hazares Maharashtrian friends to influence him When People Against Corruption leader Arvind Kejriwal went to Ralegan Siddhi to meet Hazarehe got only a 30-minute audiencealthough he had hoped to hold discussions for half-a-day Most crypticallyHazare told him to prepare for 2014 Antony cracks whip Army chief Gen V K Singh should have known that he was unlikely to get a sympathetic response from Defence Minister A K Antony on the issue of his birth date As chairperson of the AICC disciplinary committee for many yearsAntony always opted for cracking the whipwhether it was Ashok ChavanShashi Tharoor or Natwar Singh Antony goes entirely by file notations Singhs tenure will be remembered for the controversy about his age and little else Thanks to the standoff between the Ministry of Defence and Army Headquarters several decisions were put on hold In factno major equipment for the artilleryinfantry or aviation corps has been purchased despite the urgent need for procurement and upgrade Even fast-track purchases have been held up for the last three years Gung-ho about UP Rahul Gandhi is gung-ho about the Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections At the strategy sessions at the Congresss war room on Rakab Ganj Roadhis confidence is apparent Last week there was a meeting between Gandhi and Muslim leaders where Gandhi declared that the party would win a minimum of 70 seats and could possibly gain more than a 100 Congress MP Rashid Alvi struck a note of cautionpointing out that the Congresss ambivalent position on quotas for Muslims had created negative feelings among those categories of Muslims who feel left out Gandhi dismissed his misgivings pointing out that during the Lok Sabha polls Alvi was similarly pessimistic and talked of a gain of two to five parliamentary seats but the party had ended up winning 22 seats Modifying her mood Although Gujarat CM Narendra Modi flew to Chennai for a function organised by Cho Ramaswamy for his magazine Thuglakhe did not get an appointment to meet Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa The buzz in Tamil Nadu is that ever since Jayalalithaas meeting with Prime Minister Manmohan Singh in Decembershe has decided to declare a temporary truce with the Central government Her talks with Singh centered on the resolution of the controversies over the Mullaperiyar dam and the Koodankulam nuclear power project Jayalalithaa asked for additional funds for the State The UPA government would like to mend fences with the AIADMK czarina as it has a dim view of the future electoral prospects of its alliance partnerthe DMK Hasty overkill In contrast to Jayalalithaas pragmatismMamata Banerjee seems determined to head for a showdown with the Congress The Trinamool Congress leaderwho has met BJP representativesRajiv Pratap Rudy and Shahnawaz Hussainmore than onceharbours ambitions of emerging as a potential leader of a non-Congress front An early parliamentary poll suits Banerjee since she hopes to increase her tally in Parliament from the present strength of 19 MPs What Banerjee seems not to have taken into consideration is that her damage potential could diminish dramatically after the UP Assembly election The Congress is banking on securing a more reliable ally in the Samajwadi Partywhich has 22 MPs Party strategists calculate that the Congress will win enough seats to install Mulayam Singh or his sonAkhileshas Chief Minister and the SP leader willin turnreciprocate by backing the UPA government at the Centre For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWashington: Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton adjusted their presidential politicking Sunday first offering prayers and support to the victims of the worst mass shooting in US history But they both infused their sympathy with statements that favor their presidential aspirations and the presidential race rolled on The presumptive candidates made statements hours after a gunman wielding an assault-type rifle and a handgun opened fire inside a crowded gay nightclub early Sunday killing at least 50 people before dying in a gunfight with SWAT officers police said Another 53 were hospitalized most in critical condition Officials identified the shooter as Omar Mateen of Fort Pierce Florida a US citizen born in New York Clinton the presumptive Democratic nominee pushed for gun control and reached out to a key constituency — gays and lesbians An armed police officer stands guard outside the Stonewall Inn AP "The gunman attacked an LGBT nightclub during Pride Month To the LGBT community: please know that you have millions of allies across our country I am one of them" she said in a statement adding a call to keep assault weapons out of the hands of "terrorists or other violent criminals" Trump the presumptive Republican nominee also offered words of support But then spent the day congratulating himself apparently for predicting more attacks inside the US On Twitter he renewed talk of his plan to ban Muslims from the US for an indeterminate time And he went after President Barack Obama As Obama stepped to the podium in Washington to address the nation early Sunday afternoon Trump tweeted: Is President Obama going to finally mention the words radical Islamic terrorism If he doesn’t he should immediately resign in disgrace — Donald J Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 12 2016 In his address Obama called the tragedy an act of terror and hate He didn’t talk about religious extremists nor did others reluctant to inflame a stunned nation already on edge about attacks inspired by the Islamic State group Obama said the FBI would investigate the shootings in the gay nightclub as terrorism but that the alleged shooter’s motivations were unclear He said the US "must spare no effort" to determine whether Mateen had any ties to extremist groups Hours later a law enforcement official confirmed to The Associated Press that Mateen had made a 911 call from the club professing allegiance to the leader of Islamic State group Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi The official was familiar with the investigation but not authorized to discuss the matter publicly and spoke on condition of anonymity The shootings inspired the candidates to shift their schedules and focus Clinton’s presidential campaign announced it was postponing its first joint event with Obama on Wednesday in Green Bay Wisconsin because of the Orlando shooting Trump said he was changing the focus of his speech Monday at Saint Anselm College in New Hampshire from his case against Clinton to "this terrorist attack immigration and national security" He also noted that he "said this was going to happen" and repeated his call for Obama to resign for refusing to use the words "radical Islam" Clinton Trump added should drop out of the presidential race for the same reason Trump has proposed temporarily barring all foreign Muslims from entering the country and has advocated using waterboarding and other harsh interrogation methods Trump’s first tweet of the day was factual: Really bad shooting in Orlando Police investigating possible terrorism Many people dead and wounded — Donald J Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 12 2016 Tweeted Clinton: Woke up to hear the devastating news from FL As we wait for more information my thoughts are with those affected by this horrific act -H — Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) June 12 2016 And then they resumed their plans Sunday On schedule Clinton’s campaign unveiled its first general election ad Sunday morning It will run in battleground states beginning Thursday And Sen Bernie Sanders still in the contest for the Democratic nomination despite Clinton’s claim on it went on with a round of appearances on the Sunday talk shows He acknowledged the tragedy — then said he would not drop out of the race and endorse Clinton until he’s convinced she’s committed to fighting wealth disparity He later issued a statement of sympathy to the Florida victims with no political overtones Two hours later Trump responded to the Clinton ad Clinton made a false ad about me where I was imitating a reporter GROVELING after he changed his story I would NEVER mock disabled Shame — Donald J Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 12 2016 The Clinton ad uses footage of Trump onstage flailing his arms in an apparent attempt to mimic New York Times reporter Serge Kovaleski who suffers from a congenital condition that restricts joint movement At the time Trump was taking issue with a story Kovaleski had written for The Washington Post Roughly two hours after that tweet Trump returned to the shootings Horrific incident in FL Praying for all the victims & their families When will this stop When will we get tough smart & vigilant — Donald J Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 12 2016 An hour later he followed up with some self-praise: Appreciate the congrats for being right on radical Islamic terrorism I don’t want congrats I want toughness & vigilance We must be smart — Donald J Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 12 2016 Washington: US President Barack Obama will visit Poland and Spain in July in what will likely be his final presidential trip to Europe a continent that has often presented more problems than opportunities during his term The White House said Obama would travel to Warsaw on 7-9 July for "his fifth and final summit with NATO leaders" before making his first trip to Spain During his nearly eight years in office Obama has at times had difficult relationships with America’s oldest allies For most of his first term Europe was frustratingly slow to contain sovereign debt crises that were fed by and prolonged the Great Recession US President Barack Obama Reuters Relations with Europe were further tested by Obama’s "pivot to Asia" —which was widely seen as capping a decades-long strategic shift from the Atlantic to the Pacific Obama has publicly said it was a mistake to depend on European allies to manage Libya’s political recovery from decades of Moamer Kadhafi’s dictatorial rule Five years after Kadhafi was killed the country is still in turmoil and is now a base for the Islamic State group NATO leaders are expected to discuss support for efforts to control the flow of migrants across the Mediterranean They will also consider NATO support for operations against the Islamic State group in Iraq and Syria providing cover for AWACS early warning and control aircraft to be deployed Continued tensions with Russia will also feature prominently Relations between Moscow and the West were plunged to the worst point since the end of the Cold War by Russia’s annexation of Crimea The United States and its allies have also been irked by Russia’s support for separatists in the east of Ukraine a de facto partitioning of the country Meanwhile Russian aircraft have launched a series of provocative intercepts of NATO Swedish and other aircraft Obama has announced an increased US troop presence in eastern Europe with continuous rotations of an additional armored brigade beginning in early 2017 NATO is likely to agree to rotate four brigades into eastern Europe officials said Obama will also hold bilateral talks with Poland’s conservative President Andrzej Duda to "reaffirm the American commitment to Poland’s security and exchange views on the broader security environment in Europe" the White House said Duda’s government is deeply controversial accused by critics of breaking European Union norms on democracy by reforming the constitutional court Obama will also hold talks with EU leaders in Warsaw hoping for movement on stalled transatlantic trade talks although a breakthrough before he leaves office seems unlikely

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