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AFP "Virat Kohli got a 100 off 80-odd balls the other day — there was nothing selfish about that innings. the administration had prepared an inventory of the heritage items that are still present in Chandigarh to ensure that heritage items are not sold. is like a private virtual space to spend time with friends in VR.unlawful assembly, The pirates have been charged under Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, Ravindra Jadeja,Bhuvneshwar Kumar Umesh Yadav Jasprit Bumrah Sri Lanka: Niroshan Dickwella Danushka Gunathilaka Kusal Mendis Dinesh Chandimal Angelo Mathews Asela Gunaratne Thisara Perera Kusal Perera Lasith Malinga Suranga Lakmal Nuwan Pradeep Click here for live scores and updates of the India vs Sri Lanka Champions Trophy 2017 match Washington: Dealt a striking congressional rebuke Donald Trump grudgingly signed what he called a "seriously flawed" package of sanctions against Russia on Wednesday bowing for the moment to resistance from both parties to his push for warmer ties with Moscow Trump signed the most significant piece of legislation of his presidency with no public event And he coupled it with a written statement resentful in tone that accused Congress of overstepping its constitutional bounds impeding his ability to negotiate with foreign countries and lacking any ability to strike deals "Congress could not even negotiate a health care bill after seven years of talking" he said scornfully of lawmakers’ recent failure to repeal "Obamacare" as he and other Republicans have promised for years "As president I can make far better deals with foreign countries than Congress" Still he said "despite its problems I am signing this bill for the sake of national unity" File image of Donald Trump Reuters It was powerful evidence of the roadblock Congress has erected to Trump’s efforts to reset relations with Russia at a time when federal investigators are probing Moscow’s interference in the US presidential election and possible collusion by the Trump campaign The legislation is aimed at penalising Moscow for that interference and for its military aggression in Ukraine and Syria where the Kremlin has backed President Bashar Assad The law also imposes new financial sanctions against Iran and North Korea Trump said the law will "punish and deter bad behaviour" by the governments of Iran and North Korea as well as enhance existing sanctions on Moscow But he made no secret of his distaste for what the bill does to his ability to govern "The bill remains seriously flawed — particularly because it encroaches on the executive branch’s authority to negotiate" he said Last week the House overwhelmingly backed the bill 419-3 and the Senate rapidly followed 98-2 Those margins guaranteed that Congress would be able to beat back any veto attempt Trump has repeatedly cast doubt on the conclusions of US intelligence agencies that Russia meddled in the 2016 campaign with the intention of tipping the election in his favour He’s blasted the federal investigation as a "witch hunt" Senator John McCain called the president’s concerns over the bill misplaced "Vladimir Putin and his regime must pay a real price for attacking our democracy violating human rights occupying Crimea and destabilising Ukraine" McCain said "Going forward I hope the president will be as vocal about Russia’s aggressive behaviour as he was about his concerns with this legislation" Trump’s talk of extending a hand of cooperation to Putin has been met by sceptical lawmakers looking to limit his leeway The new measure targets Russia’s energy sector as part of legislation that prevents Trump from easing sanctions on Moscow without congressional approval Russia wasn’t pleased Putin responded on Sunday by announcing the US would have to cut 755 of its embassy and consular staff in Russia And Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said in an emotional Facebook post Wednesday that "Trump’s administration has demonstrated total impotence by surrendering its executive authority to Congress in the most humiliating way" The Trump administration has shown its total weakness by handing over executive power to Congress in the most humiliating way — Dmitry Medvedev (@MedvedevRussiaE) August 2 2017 The congressional review section of the bill that Trump objects to was a key feature for many members of Congress Trump will be required to send a report explaining why he wants to suspend or terminate a particular set of the sanctions on Russia Lawmakers would then have 30 days to decide whether to allow that Secretary of State Rex Tillerson echoed the president’s sentiments that the measure poses more diplomatic hindrances than solutions "Neither the president nor I are very happy about that" Tillerson said Tuesday "We were clear that we didn’t think that was going to be helpful to our efforts but that’s the decision they made" Sean Kane a former official with the Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control said the Obama administration had sought similar wiggle room when negotiating Iran sanctions with lawmakers "These issues have come up before where an administration wants flexibility in place in a deal that would potentially lift sanctions and Congress wants to tie the administration’s hands in some ways" said Kane now at the law firm Hughes Hubbard & Reed Trump said that Congress had "included a number of clearly unconstitutional provisions" In the winter of 2016 just before Trump was sworn in a bipartisan group of senators unveiled a bill designed to go beyond the punishments already levied against Russia by the Obama administration and to demonstrate to Trump that forcefully responding to Moscow’s election interference wasn’t a partisan issue Action on Russia sanctions didn’t really pick up until late May when Senator Bob Corker chairman of the Foreign Relations Committee threw his support behind the effort The bill underwent revisions to avoid inadvertently undercutting US firms or interfering with how European allies acquire energy Lawmakers on both sides of the aisle celebrated the passage and signing House Speaker Paul Ryan said the bill sends a "powerful message to our adversaries that they will be held accountable for their actions" But the House’s top Democrat said Trump’s statement calling the bill "seriously flawed" raises questions about whether his administration will follow the law Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi said the Republican-led Congress must not allow the White House to "wriggle out of its duty to impose these sanctions for Russia’s brazen assault on our democracy" By: IANS | Mumbai | Updated: April 30 2016 1:23 pm Popular TV actor Mohit Raina best known for his portrayal of Lord Shiva in “Devon Ke Dev… Mahadev” will be seen in merciless avatar in popular historical show “Chakravartin Ashoka Samrat” Related News Popular TV actor Mohit Raina best known for his portrayal of Lord Shiva in “Devon Ke Dev… Mahadev” will be seen in merciless avatar in popular historical show “Chakravartin Ashoka Samrat” Taking the rein from child artist Siddharth Nigam who was seen as child Ashoka in the Colors show Mohit will essay the title role in the show after it will take a 10-year leap starting Monday onwards His character will seek vengeance against all wrongdoings meted out against him He will be joined by “Navya” fame actress Somya Seth who will be seen as Ashoka’s love interest Kaurwaki “I feel honoured to be a part of this show After doing my last show (Mahadev) I was looking for something extraordinary and larger than life Since the show started my family has been a big fan of it since first day” Mohit who is returning to the small screen after almost a year said at an event here on Friday “Personally I always wanted to play this character Somewhere deep in my heart I was waiting for the leap to happen so I could fill in the gap Now I feel blessed to play this part” he added Read More During the event which took place at the set of the show Mohit along with his co-stars Somya Ankit Arora Kajol Shrivastav and Dakssh Ajit Singh showcased a post leap new look of the show wherein Ashoka will fight against all odds to get the throne of Pataliputra Talking about her association with the show Somya said: “I am happy that I’m playing the part of Kaurwaki It’s something that I dreamt off ever since I was a little girl Where my friends use to have Barbie dolls in their hands I used to have swords in my hand So it feels great to live my dream of becoming a princess and that too a warrior princess” “Chakravartin Ashoka Samrat” which started in February 2015 tells the story of Ashoka an Indian emperor of the Maurya Dynasty right from his struggle as a younger child of Bindusara to how he rose to power his state of expiation after the bloodbath of Kalinga and finally his journey towards Buddhism Entertainment Videos by Indian Express For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | London | Published: August 26 2016 10:43 am Rose Leslie and Kit Harington have been romantically linked since 2012 after meeting on the set of hit fantasy series Game of Thrones Top News Actors Rose Leslie and Kit Harington rely on video calling app FaceTime to keep the romance alive in their long-distance relationship The couple has been romantically linked since 2012 after meeting on the set of hit fantasy series Game of Thrones The stars only went public with their relationship in April 2015 but have been open about their affection for one another ever since During an interview on UK talk show This Morning the Scottish actress admitted their various work commitments often keep the pair apart for weeks on end reported Contactmusic “It’s kind of an embarrassment of riches whereby both of us are working It’s a wonderful thing to be involved and to be busy but yes I suppose we make it work FaceTime is a must” Rose said admitting the frequent calls often leave her with a costly phone bill at the end of each month Besides starring in Game of Thrones as Ygritte Rose also found fame playing Gwen Dawson in Downton Abbey The show went on to become one of the most successful period dramas ever but Rose says she had no idea just how popular it would become “At that time I was very excited just because it was a gig for six months” she said “I’d never been employed for that amount of time But certainly I knew that we were onto something great just because of (leading stars) Maggie Smith and Hugh Bonneville You’re like ‘Well you’re always going to be surrounded with good drama and brilliant actors’” “I think even when I arrived as a newbie particularly in Game of Thrones I was unaware of the phenomenon that it would become It’s amazing to be a part of both those shows” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsHangzhou: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday raised with French President Francois Hollande the leak of confidential data on the Indian Scorpene Class submarines being built in Mumbai in collaboration with French defence company DCNS on the sidelines of the G20 Summit in Hangzhou On the second and final day of the summit in this east Chinese city Modi held separate "pull-aside" meetings with Hollande and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan with whom he discussed India’s NSG membership PM Narendra Modi (left) with French President Francois Hollande AFP Prior to those meetings Modi met Britain’s new Prime Minister Theresa May and held discussions on "building opportunities" in the aftermath of UK’s decision to exit the European Union In his meeting with Hollande Modi raised the leak of sensitive data related to Scorpene Class submarines "This issue has also figured (in the talks)" External Affairs Ministry Spokesperson Vikas Swarup told reporters Over 22000 pages of secret data on the capabilities of six highly-advanced submarines being built for the Indian Navy in Mumbai in collaboration with French defence company DCNS were leaked The data leak reportedly happened overseas In his meeting with Erdogan the Prime Minister discussed the issue of India’s membership of the 48-member Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) Swarup said The discussion with Erdogan on NSG was significant as Turkey was among the few countries — along with China — which had stalled India’s bid to join the elite grouping at its plenary meeting in June in Seoul China had then raised objection saying India was not a signatory to the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) Turkey too raised its concern over the presence of supporters of dissident Muslim cleric Fethullah Gulen in India Turkey accuses Gulen of masterminding the failed July coup attempt Swarup said enhancing civil aviation cooperation with Turkey also figured during the discussions With May the Prime Minister underlined that even after UK’s exit from the EU "Britain remains an important partner" for India "May also referred to the recent passage of GST (bill) which would further boost trade and investment ties with the UK She supported PM’s reform agenda and the UK is keen to participate in Make in India Smartcity and Skill India initiatives" he said The two leaders discussed further enhancing of the defence partnership and Modi invited UK firms to India They also talked about the challenges of terrorism calling it "the biggest threat and danger to the world with no boundaries" Swarup said Modi also invited May to visit India in her new capacity May accepted the invitation and said would like to make as early a visit to India as possible he said "Modi also touched upon UK’s visa policy In particular he said that the new UK regulations could have negative impact on Indian working professionals wishing to visit UK for short term business visits" Swarup said24 in the 40 outings against them.” the statement said.

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