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Yechury too Congress told BJP there will be no consensus unless they disclose the names of candidates PTI Singh and Naidu arrived at Gandhi’s 10 Janpath residence to help evolve an agreement on the crucial election scheduled for Saturday The meeting lasted for 30 minutes The meeting comes barely two days after a sub group of opposition leaders constituted by Gandhi met in Azad’s Parliament chamber to discuss the opposition strategy Leaders had decided to wait for the government proposal on the matter before taking a further view Meanwhile Naidu on Thursday spoke to Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) chief Sharad Pawar who is part of the opposition bloc and Telugu Desam Party (TDP) chief N Chandrababu Naidu a BJP ally over the presidential poll While Chandrababu said he would support Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s call on the presidential nominee Pawar offered no assurance and said he would be in New Delhi in a few days for further talks on the matter The three-member BJP committee has so far reached out to Congress Bahjan Samaj Party NCP TDP CPM A group of nine opposition parties including the Congress the Left and the NCP besides the likes of the SP BSP JD(U) and RJD has maintained that they will finalise their stand only after the BJP-led NDA discloses its candidate Many of them have made it clear that they will put up a joint candidate if the BJP nominee is seen as someone with strong Hindutva background "I have seen his fights on YouTube He is coming here to fight me but I don’t think he will be able to survive for ten rounds" Vijender Singh said dismissively of his Ghanaian opponent Ernest Amuzu whom he would take on at Jaipur’s Sawai Man Singh Indoor Stadium on 23 November The bout touted as ‘Rajasthan Rumble’ will witness Vijender defending his WBO Asia-Pacific Super Middleweight and WBO Oriental SuperMiddleweight titles and Firstpost caught up over telephone with the ace boxer last Saturday to get a feel of how he was preparing the mind games before a fight and what could be done to boost Indian boxing Vijender Singh (C) celebrates after winning the double WBO title bout against Zulpikar Maimaitiali in Mumbai on 5 August 2017 AFP "I am fully prepared There is just a week left The weighing in would take place on Friday All the training that had to be done is over Till Friday the focus will be on controlling the weight and Saturday would be the big day" Vijender said He however didn’t seem to be flustered by Amuzu’s record of 23 wins in professional boxing and even less so by the Ghanaian’s efforts to intimidate him ahead of the fight Amuzu had threatened to leave Vijender "beaten and broken in front of his home crowd" and that he will "smash him to the body to loosen him up" and then "a right hand (from him)will knock him out" The African pugilist had also mocked Vijender saying that the latter didn’t belong in the ring with him and that "he should stick to acting in films as he is just an actor in boxing" Does such trash talking bother Vijender "Oh no not at all" said the Beijing Olympics bronze medallist "I don’t get disturbed by such trash talking one bit They are just trying to play withmy mind Their idea is to put you under so much of pressure since the very beginning that you start to think what will happen to youor what your opponent will do to you So I don’t read too much into such mind games and focus more on my training" Vijender hasfaced opponents in the past too who tried to ‘soften’ him up before a fight One remembers Tanzanian Francis Cheka saying before a fight around this time last year that Vijender’s Olympic medal was "nothing" and that the Indian looked "scared already" and even went to the extent of saying that "India will be ashamed" Result Vijender knocked Cheka out early in the third round itself There was Kerry Hope of Australia who when asked about Vijender had saidthat he would “chop himdown” Result Beaten by Vijender for the vacant WBO Asia-Pacific Super Middleweight title There was Alexander Horvath of Hungary who wanted to teach Vijender a lesson in boxing and revealed that he had taken to drinking snake blood to attain supernatural powers and get the better of the Indian Result Knocked out in the third round by Vijender Vijender Singh (L) throws a punch at Zulpikar Maimaitiali during their double WBO title bout in Mumbai on 5 August 2017 AFP Vijender on the other hand has never engaged in such dubioustactics once saying that his conscience forbade him to take verbal potshots at his opponents "I feel such trash talking should be avoided in real life too" said the Haryana lad But hasn’t his migration to pro-boxing created a void in Indian amateur boxing Who do we look up to for bringing home the medals from the Olympics Asian Games and Commonwealth Games now With Melbourne Commonwealth Games gold medallist Akhil Kumar and Olympian Jitender Kumar deciding to turn to pro-boxing as well Indian amateur boxing seems to have taken a mighty blow "No no there are a number of other boxers Good young talents are coming up I don’t think there will be a void in Indian boxing It is was and will always be happening" Vijender assured before adding "New boys will definitely come in but it takes some time I hope we get some new stars in 2020 and 2024 (Olympics)" The ace boxer however didn’t fail to remind us that a lot of work had still to be put in for the improvement of the sport in India "There are still a lot of things that need to be done I hope more pro-boxing matches are held and the newer boxers perform as well so that they earn recognition for themselves and provide a good life to their families" said the 32-year-old who is widely considered along with MC Mary Kom as being the face ofIndian boxing "We have started the Vijender Singh Promotion Company Promotions though depend upon the personality of an individual Unless you present yourself well why should the media write about you So you have to do both — perform and look good" added the boxer For now though Vijender has his eyes trained on retaining his titles against the experienced Amuzu One wonders however if the Bhiwani pugilist is surprised at having had a title opportunity so early in his pro-boxing career Pat came the reply? with straight-sets victories in their most recent three meetings. Mr. to sometime in the 2030sas his target date. a crossing point between Greece and Macedonia.VIEW MORERena Effendi—Institute1 of 12portfolioDiscover Migrants’ Journey to Europe Through MacedoniaJen TseMikko TakkunenAug 19 2015The bodies were strewn across the meadow the grass they lay in glowing gold in the dawn light “It looked like one of those Renaissance paintings of battlefields except they were all alive and sleeping” photographer Rena Effendi tells TIMEHaving documented refugee camps in Lebanon Jordan and Azerbaijan in the past Effendi was no stranger to the subject of migration But in the Greek-Macedonian border town of Idomeni the mesmerizing scene before her was something new—a slice of the journey itselfThis year an estimated 2300 people have died at sea attempting the voyage from Libya across the central Mediterranean to Italy according to the International Organization for Migration Refugees escaping war poverty or persecution as well as economic migrants are increasingly opting for the more expensive but safer land route through the Balkans to Western Europe where they hope to start their lives afreshOnce a sleepy pastoral town Idomeni has become the most trafficked crossing point for migrants between Greece and Macedonia Between 300 and 800 people arrive each day exhausted after crossing from Turkey to Greece by water They rest in the fields and crouch in the bushes whispering and waiting for nightfall and an opportunity to slip past the Macedonian police guarding the borderMigrants from Sub-Saharan Africa waiting by the train tracks in Idomeni a small town by the Greek-Macedonian border for a chance to cross into Macedonia There they would walk through the woods at nightfall and board a bus in Gevgelija to the border point between Macedonia and Serbia Their final stop on their journey would be Western Europe where they would claim asylum Greece June 2015 in the first stint of Keshubhai’s regime the watchdog said it received a total of 23C Cook said it was rational to charge people for new batteries Jonathan directs PPPRA to reduce price after talks Labour suspends street protests but strike continues Petrol price was this morning fixed at N97 per litre by the Federal Government President Goodluck Jonathan announced the price in a national broadcast “Given the hardships being suffered by Nigerians and after due consideration and consultations with state governors and the leadership of the National Assembly government has approved the reduction of the pump price of petrol to N97 per litre “The Petroleum Products Pricing Regulatory Agency (PPPRA) has been directed to ensure compliance with this new pump price” the President said He added that “government will continue to pursue full deregulation of the downstream petroleum sector” The President said the government appreciated that the implementation of the deregulation policy would cause initial hardships He commended Nigerians “who have put forth suggestions and credible alternatives in this regard” Jonathan also saluted “Nigerians who by and large conducted themselves peacefully while expressing their grievances” He said the government would continue to respect the people’s right to express themselves “within the confines of the law and in accordance with the dictates of our democratic space” He promised to reduce the government’s recurrent expenditure in line with current realities and to cut down on the cost of governance Besides there will be more transparency in the oil sector and corruption will be fought The President urged Nigerians “to show understanding for the imperatives of the adjustment in the pump price of petrol and give government your full support to ensure its successful implementation I further appeal to Nigerians to go back to work and go about their normal duties as government has made adequate arrangements for the protection of life and property throughout the federation” He warned that the government would “not condone brazen acts of criminality and subversion As President I have sworn to uphold the unity peace and order of the Nigerian State and by the grace of God I intend to fully and effectively discharge that responsibility” He expressed govern-ment’s desire for further engagements with Labour and called on Labour leaders “to call off their strike and go back to work” But Labour leaders rose from a meeting at about 1am saying street protests should be suspended but the strike should go on Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) President Abdulwaheed Omar said: “Labour has suspended street protests due to the security challenge involved The strike will continue “Labour has accepted to work with the Alfa Belgore Committee set up by the government to negotiate a new price for petrol within the next three days The NLC president added that the government had accepted to suspend full deregulation of the downstream sector of the oil industry pending when all issues are resolved” As the nation marches towards the 2015 general elections the National Taskforce on Illegal Importation of Small Arms and Light Weapons NATFORCE has sounded the alarm over the increasing number of illegal borders which it noted has reached 6000 NATFORCE therefore warned that the routes were currently being used to smuggle dangerous weapons into the country The Director-General of NATFORCE Mr Emmanuel Osita Okereke who expressed this concern during an interview with journalists in Abuja however assured that his organization was willing to partner with security operatives in the country in protecting the borders As regards the current security challenges ravaging parts of the North East the DG urged President Goodluck Jonathan to check the allegiance of his service chiefs and advisers This was as he alleged that security chiefs and those advising the president on security matters may have been sabotaging his resolve to stamp out terrorism in the area" it said we protect the wall said during a recent interview at the kitchen 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