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I have no idea how I will overcome my craving for paan, said Krishan Mule FDA authorities said tobacco products are injurious to health and the ban is to curb the sale of products For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsUnited Nations: Afghanistan on Friday accused Pakistan that it was diverting the attention of the international community from its “longstanding failure” to take effective action against various terrorist groups and sanctuaries on its territory Pakistan’s prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi said in his address at the UN General Assembly that safe havens of the Taliban does not exist in Pakistan but in Afghanistan Prime Minister of Pakistan Shahid Khaqan Abbasi left is greeted by United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres before a meeting Thursday Sept 21 2017 at UN headquarters AP Exercising its right to reply Afghanistan said it is evident that the propagation of terror activities in neighbouring Pakistan constitutes the main source of insecurity in the country and the region Afghanistan’s representative on the floor of the General Assembly said that one member state’s claims regarding the presence of safe havens and sanctuaries in Afghanistan was erroneous “Such a difference is a deliberate attempt by the government of Pakistan to divert international attention over Pakistan’s longstanding failure to take effective action against various terrorist groups and sanctuaries on its territory” an Afghan diplomat representing the country said “It remains evidently clear to the global community that the propagation of terrorist activities by state and non-state actors in neighbouring Pakistan constitutes the main source of insecurity in Afghanistan and the region” he said Afghanistan has persistently and consistently sought to address this outstanding issue through various channels including bilateral and other mechanisms he said Nevertheless efforts to this end have yielded no results whatsoever he said “At this juncture Pakistan has another opportunity to engage in a comprehensive dialogue to resolve outstanding issues that have prevented it from adopting a clear and decisive stance in combating terrorism and constructive approach for peace and security in Afghanistan and the wider region” he said Long before any international intervention of the so-called civil war in Afghanistan it was the adoption of a policy of use of violent proxies in the pursuit of political objectives by Pakistan he said “Even though not necessary we wish to categorically reject any claim of any support provided to terrorist groups in Afghanistan the facts speak for themselves” the Afghan diplomat asserted and said that now it’s time for Pakistan to opt for a constructive approach in combating terrorism and promoting peace in the region Moving forward Afghanistan will use any means possible including negotiation and dialogue to ensure security and stability for its people he said “In this context our resolve and commitment to defeat terrorism is unwavering And this is shown in action by the sacrifice of our brave our national defense and security forces every day” the Afghan diplomat said Responding to Afghanistan’s statement Pakistan said that Afghanistan instead of blaming others for its problems and failures “should focus” on eradicating safe havens for terrorists in its ungoverned spaces deal with its war economy and narcostate “That is a major threat to regional peace and stability” the Pakistan’s representative said Kolkata: A seventh minute penalty conversion from marquee man Simao Sambrosa helped NorthEast United FC down Atletico de Kolkata (ATK) 1-0 in an Indian Super League (ISL) football encounter at the Salt Lake stadium here on Saturday Simao calmly tucked the ball in to give his side the lead The visitors then held onto the slender advantage for the rest of the game After eight outings each NorthEast climb to the seventh spot with 10 points with the win while Atletico are now at the sixth place with equal points but with a better goal difference Simao Sabrosa ISL The first half started off on a lively note as both sides pushed upfront in search of an early goal It did pay off for the visitors as a foul on striker Carlos Lopez earned them a penalty in the seventh minute It was a corner which was floated in as Lopez and ATK midfielder Ofentse Nato went for the ball television replays showed there was no contact between Nato and the striker but the Canadian referee David John Gantar thought otherwise and pointed to the spot Sambrosa stepped up and calmly slotted it past Atletico custodian Amrinder Singh who went the right way but failed to get to the ball Jolted it was Atletico who went on the attack Mohammed Rafique tried to win his side a penalty by going down in the area but the referee did not fall prey to it Hume had a run thereafter at the NortEast defence and was brought down by Lopez Midfielder Gavilan Martinez’s floater inside the box from a free-kick was misread by goalkeeper Rehenesh TP who palmed it away for a corner with Nato lurking in front NorthEast tried to hit back and Nicolas Velez succeeded in finding the back of the net but he was ruled offside A few minutes later Rafique found himself at the end of a free-kick and managed to head it goalwards but the ball was collected by a diving Rehenesh It could have been 2-0 for NorthEast a few minutes later as Velez after a brilliant run almost found Bruno Arias inside the box clear on goal but defedner Denzel Franco cleared the threat with a timely lunge At halftime Gavilan Martinez led 1-0 The first chance after the breather fell for the hosts as substitute defender Arnab Mandal tried to head one in but his effort agonisingly flew off target At the other end it was Velez who was clean through on goal but he failed to control the ball and Amrinder collected it almost off his feet Velez missed two more chances thereafter as his efforts missed the target ATK could have found their equaliser when Rafique set up Hume brilliantly but the ball was cleared away by NorthEast defender Andre Bikey who stuck his big foot in to clear the danger Hume was again through on goal in the 81st minute but Bikey managed to put off the Canadian forward as his shot went wide There were waves of Atletico attacks in the dying minutes of the game but the visitors stood strong and picked up their third victory of the season IANS Yangon: Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi will not attend the United Nations General Assembly this week her spokesman said on Wednesday as the Nobel laureate faces a barrage of criticism over her failure to speak up for Rohingya Muslims fleeing Rakhine state in huge numbers A crackdown by Myanmar’s army launched in response to Rohingya militant attacks on 25 August has sent some 379000 Rohingya refugees scrambling across the border to Bangladesh in less than three weeks File image of Aung San Suu Kyi AP The violence has incubated a humanitarian crisis on both sides of the border and piled intense global pressure on Suu Kyi to condemn the army campaign which the UN has described as having all the hallmarks of “ethnic cleansing” Bangladesh is struggling to provide relief for exhausted and hungry refugees — some 60 percent of whom are children — while nearly 30000 ethnic Rakhine Buddhists as well as Hindus have been displaced inside Myanmar Nine thousand more refugees poured into Bangladesh on Wednesday as authorities clambered to build a new camp for tens of thousands of arrivals who have no shelter Suu Kyi Myanmar’s first civilian leader in decades has no control over the powerful military which ran the country for 50 years before allowing free elections in 2015 There is also scant sympathy among Myanmar’s Buddhist majority for the Rohingya a stateless Muslim group branded “Bengalis” —shorthand for illegal immigrants But outside of her country Suu Kyi’s reputation as a defender of the oppressed is in ruins over the Rohingya crisis Rights groups have pilloried the former democracy activist for failing to speak out against the army campaign which has left hundreds dead Rohingya refugees have told chilling accounts of soldiers firing on civilians and razing entire villages in northern Rakhine state with the help of Buddhist mobs The army denies the allegations while Suu Kyi has also played down claims of atrocities instead blaming “a huge iceberg of misinformation” for complicating the conflict Her decision to skip the UN assembly comes hours before the Security Council is set to discuss the refugee crisis behind closed doors with China expected to shoot down any efforts to censure its strategically pivotal Southeast Asian ally “The state counsellor won’t attend the meeting of the United Nations General Assembly” government spokesman Zaw Htay told AFP using Suu Kyi’s formal title He did not explain the decision but said Vice President Henry Van Thio would attend the summit which runs through next week Suu Kyi a Nobel Peace Prize winner garlanded for her dignified and defiant democracy activism under Myanmar’s former junta was once the darling of the international community She made her debut before the UN assembly last September winning warm applause for a speech delivered months after she became Myanmar’s first civilian leader following a decades-long democracy struggle under the former junta Mumbai: India coach Anil Kumble heaped praise on wicketkeeper-batsman Parthiv Patel who is on comeback trail after a gap of eight long years for shouldering the responsibility of opening the innings in the previous Test at Mohali and doing the job “brilliantly” File photo of Anil Kumble PTI “Parthiv came in after eight years and did not really show nerves you would expect although he is a seasoned campaigner He was asked to open he did that brilliantly and also kept wickets very well He was not worried about failing” Kumble told reporters at Mumbai on Tuesday “I was really pleased that he could walk into that match and not just keep wickets and bat at six or seven When you are making a comeback after eight years you always want to do well for yourself and here is Parthiv who was willing to put his hands up when asked to open That shows his character I am pleased with that” he added Parthiv struck 42 and 67 not out in the two innings at Mohali and Kumble felt he had never lost faith that could make a comeback “Even when he came into the team first as 17 or 16 year old he still looks 16 if he shaves his beard off he showed lot of maturity first time he saved a Test match for India It certainly shows if you are putting hard yards in domestic cricket never losing your faith and believing that you can make a comeback it’s possible” Kumble said who would be dressed up for the occasion.

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