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Clarke holds nerve to seal British Open triumph July 20, 2011 Wednesday

SANDWICH: Darren Clarke held his nerve to clinch victory at the British Open on Sunday, becoming the oldest winner of the championship in 44 years as he ended his long wait for a Major. The popular 42-year-old from Northern Ireland kept his cool in demanding conditions to card a level-par 70, leaving him five under for the tournament and three strokes clear of Americans Phil Mickelson and Dustin Johnson. The win capped a final round of twists and turns at Royal St George's, where wild fluctuations in the weather were mirrored early on by a fast-moving battle at the top of the leaderboard before Clarke's rivals fell away. It also represented a triumph of persistence for the paunchy, cigarette-smoking Clarke, who finally claimed the famous Auld Claret jug at the 20th time of asking, a new record. Clarke, whose ranking has slipped to 111 in recent years, becomes the oldest winner of the Open since Argentina's Roberto de Vicenzo won aged 44 in 1967. Many observers had assumed that Clarke's days of challenging for Majors were over, with the veteran Ulsterman seemingly destined to forever rue his near-miss at the 1997 Open at Troon, where he tied for second. Clarke had started Sunday's final round with a one-shot advantage over Johnson, who was des-

perate to atone for suffering two agonising near-misses at last year's US Open and US PGA Championship. Yet for long periods of a thrilling final 18 holes, it looked as if threetime Major winner Mickelson would pose the most serious threat. Mickelson, who had started the day five behind Clarke, produced a dazzling putting display over the front nine to wipe out the Ulsterman's lead and join him at the top of the leaderboard on five

under. Mickelson reeled in Clarke with three birdies and an eagle to go out in five-under-par courtesy of some red-hot putting, and he might have had another had a birdie putt not lipped out at the eighth. But Clarke then hit back with a 20-foot eagle putt of his own on the par-five seventh to move to seven-under and move two clear of Mickelson, setting the stage for a nail-biting climax over the back nine. Mickelson closed to within one of Clarke after holing another long-range putt from 18 feet at the 10th for birdie. Yet just as it seemed that the

momentum was with the 41-yearold from California, Mickelson's flawless putting deserted him with bogeys on the 11th, 13th, 15th and 16th. He eventually carded a twounder-par 68, leaving him two under for the tournament, three behind Clarke. Mickelson's implosion left Clarke's playing partner Johnson as the man best placed to end American golf's long wait for a Major. Johnson rolled in an eightfooter on the 12th for birdie to move within two shots of Clarke. But when the 27-year-old from South Carolina crashed his ball out of bounds par-five 14th, it was all over. Johnson's double-bogey seven put Clarke four strokes ahead with four holes to play, and from there the result was never in doubt as he came home to roars from the thousands packing the grandstands around the last. Clarke's victory was the third by a golfer from Northern Ireland in a Major tournament in just over a year, following Rory McIlroy's triumph at the US Open last month, an event won by Graeme McDowell 12 months earlier. It also extended American golf's record Major losing streak to six. The last US golfer to claim a Major was Mickelson at the 2010 Masters. Meanwhile pre-tournament favourite McIlroy concluded an unhappy Open with a threeover-par 73 to finish seven over for the tournament.

Japan beat USA on penalties to win World Cup We can beat World if Davis Cup Tennis star Aisam-ul-Haq Qureshi (R) poses with British-based Pakistani Faha Akmal Makhdum after their engagement during a ceremony in Lahore.

FRANKFURT: Japan twice came from behind to win the women's World Cup for the first time on Sunday, beating the United States 3-1 on a penalty shoot-out after the final had finished 2-2 in extra-time. Japan captain Homare Sawa, who won the tournament's golden boot, kept her side in the game with a header in the 117th minute after US striker Abby Wambach's had put her side ahead early in extra-time after the two sides were locked at 1-1 over 90 minutes. The Japanese had defender Azusa Iwashimizu sent off in the 121st minute for a foul on US striker Alex Morgan. In the dramatic shoot-out, Japan goalkeeper Ayumi Kaihori saved two penalties before defender Saki Kumagai hit the winning spot-kick. The US had taken the lead in the second-half of normal time thanks to striker Alex Morgan's sublime strike, but Japan's Aya Miyama poached the equaliser after a mix-up in the American defence in the 81st minute. This was Japan's first win over the Americans at the 26th time of trying and was heartbreak for the Stars and Stripes as they missed out on a third World Cup title despite dominating Japan for large periods of the game. German Chancellor Angela Merkel celebrated her 57th birthday by joining the 48,817 sell-out crowd in Frankfurt, while Dr Jill Biden, wife of US vice-president Joe Biden, and Chelsea Clinton, daughter of US Secretary of State Hillary, were

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also in the stands. Japan made it to final after their shock 1-0 defeat of Germany in the quarter-finals before they dominated Sweden 31 in the last four. The USA followed up a dramatic 5-3 win on penalties over Brazil in the last eight before they beat France 3-1 in the semifinals. The USA controlled the opening 20 minutes of the final as leftwing Megan Rapinhoe and forward Lauren Cheney, who replaced striker Amy Rodriguez in the starting team, caused havoc, while Wambach hit the crossbar on 28 minutes. Japan's first real chance came with 30 minutes gone but midfielder Kozue Ando fired her shot straight at US goalkeeper Hope Solo. The first-half finished goalless, but Cheney, with a heavily strapped ankle, was replaced at

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LAHORE: Pakistan's tennis star Aisam-ul-Haq Qureshi believes that the country can get promoted to the Davis Cup World Group if the International Tennis Federation allows it to host its ties at home. "We have a 100 per cent record at home and I am confident that if from next year we are able to host our Davis Cup ties instead of playing them abroad we can get promotion in this event," Aisam, who returned home from the Davis Cup tie against Korea, said. Pakistan was beaten 0-4 by Korea in the tie with Aisam losing in both singles and doubles matches. "It was a pretty disappointing result for us because we tried very hard and played hard but luck did not favour us at all," he said. He pointed out that being forced to play away from home had affected the team's performance in the elite Davis Cup event. "It does make a big difference as you lose home advantage. In normal circumstances you get a chance as host nation to practice and prepare on your home turf before a tie and that is always good," he said. Aisam said in present circumstances Pakistani players have to go abroad and play and they don't get enough time for adjustments. The ITF has instructed Pakistan to play its "home" Davis Cup ties at neutral venues or abroad because of the refusal of foreign teams to visit Pakistan for security reasons. Since last year Pakistan has played three of its "home" Davis Cup ties abroad. Aisam said he had thoroughly enjoyed his time on the international circuit playing with his doubles partner Rohan Bopanna of India. "It is a great achievement for us to have broken into the top ten rankings but we need to up that and give better performance in the rest of the year," he said. Aisam, who is set to get engaged to a UK-based girl Faha on July 16, said he was excited about the impending new chapter in his life. "It is a new chapter for me and I am very excited about it. Obviously I can only pray that our engagement and marriage is a big success in life and good for both of us," he said.

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Father of admitted terrorist faces New York City trial

Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama (C) is flanked by security personnel as he arrives to bless the Anacostia River in Washington with sand from a mandala mixed with water during a ceremony marking the end of the annual Kalachakra.

US recognizes Libyan rebels as legitimate govt WASHINGTON: The Obama Administration has formally recognised Libya's Transitional National Council (TNC) as the country's legitimate government, giving foes of Muammar Gaddafi a major financial and credibility boost. Secretary of state Hillary Clinton announced on Friday that Washington accepts the TNC as the legitimate governing authority of the Libyan people. The diplomatic recognition of the council means that the US will be able to fund the opposition with some of the more than $30 billion in Gaddafiregime assets that are frozen in American banks. "It helps us answer or respond to one of the major requests that we've had from the TNC, which is their request for funding. We all are well aware that they are in need of additional funds," State Department spokesman Mark Toner said.

NEW YORK: While FBI agents grilled a Denver airport shuttle van driver named Najibullah Zazi about a chilling terror plot to attack New York City subways in the fall of 2009, Zazi's father courted some trouble of his own by agreeing to answer a couple of innocentsounding questions about his family and acquaintances. The son, one of the city's most notorious terrorism suspects since the Sept 11 attacks, has since largely disappeared from the headlines after pleading guilty last year. But the father, though a far lesser player, is still feeling the full brunt of a federal probe that has shredded the fabric of a working-class clan of Afghan immigrants. Mohammed Wali Zazi is set to go on trial tomorrow in federal court in Brooklyn on charges he

'Strauss-Kahn slept with 3 women on assault weekend' NEW YORK: Former IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn, who was freed from house arrest recently, slept with three women in the course of a few hours over the weekend of the alleged assault on a maid at a Manhattan hotel, a media report has claimed. Le Point magazine reported that the former chief of the IMF told his wife Ann Sinclair that he slept with three women as a last romp before the presidential election in France. "It wasn't just one for the road before the presidential campaign," a friend of Ann Sinclair said. "It was three." Strauss-Kahn's wife, who is with him in New York, continues to defend her husband. "Dominique has never been vio-

lent with anyone," she told friends, as quoted by The Sunday Times. "Even the children, he never smacked them. He's a seducer, not a rapist." Sinclair, 64, told friends that her husband had warned her of his "skirt chasing" ways ahead of marriage. "Don't marry me. I'm an incorrigible skirt chaser." After he had cheated on her, he would tell her, "I warned you". The New York Post had previously reported that Strauss-Kahn had tried to hit on a hotel receptionist but was rebuffed. Hours before the alleged assault, a woman from the banking world was reportedly seen entering the Sofitel Hotel with him. The court date for the next hearing of the sexual assault

questions of the tone of the debate, during which both the sides are blaming each other. "Well, let me say this. And I'm not trying to poke at you guys -- I generally don't watch what is said about me on cable. I generally don't read what's said about

me -- even in The Hill. And so, you know, part of this job is having a thick skin and understanding a lot of this stuff's not personal," Obama said. Obama said he does not expect politicians not to think about politics. "But every so often there are issues that are urgent, that have to be attended to, and require us to do things we don't like to do, that run contrary to our base, that gets some constituency that helped elect us agitated because they're looking at it from a narrow prism," he said. "We're supposed to be stepping back and looking at it from the perspective of what's good for the country. If we are able to remind ourselves of that, then there's no reason why we shouldn't be able to get things done," Obama said.

case against Dominique Strauss-Kahn was postponed from July 18 till August 1. The case against StraussKahn has been weakened considerably after it emerged that maid has been lying to investigators. Strauss-Kahn's lawyers have asked for dismissal of the charges against him. They say that the sexual encounter between their client and the maid was consensual. But legal experts say that the maid's lies doe not automatically lead to a dismissal. Kenneth, Thompson, the maid's lawyer, has also asked prosecutors not to drop the case against StraussKahn. Strauss-Kahn currently lives in a posh pad in New York that costs USD 50,000 a month.

obstructed justice by lying to investigators and by tampering with and destroying evidence to cover up his son's foiled scheme to spread terror and death beneath the streets of New York. The former New York City taxi driver denies the allegations. The elder Zazi's brother-inlaw is to take the witness stand against him as a key government witnesses. The trial also will feature testimony from federal agents likely to provide fresh insight into the frantic investigation of the al-Qaida sanctioned scheme. In another twist, the defense has signaled it may call Najibullah Zazi. The jailed son could "rebut any potential argument that Mohammed Zazi knew or had suspicions about Najibullah's plot," the defense said in court papers filed last month.

6.1 earthquake rattles Alaska peninsula : US Geological Survey WASHINGTON: A strong 6.1 magnitude earthquake struck the Alaskan peninsula on Saturday some 600 miles (970 kilometers) southwest of Anchorage, the US Geological Survey said. The temblor struck at 1959 GMT, with the epicenter near Sand Point, Alaska, on an island in the North Pacific just off the Alaska Peninsula, USGS said. The depth of the quake was 30 miles (48 kilometers). It came some three weeks after a powerful 7.2-magnitude earthquake shook Alaska's Aleutian Islands, triggering a tsunami warning that sent people heading for high ground before the alert was canceled.

Part of my job is to have thick skin: Obama Love letter delivered WASHINGTON : US President Barack Obama has said that part of his job as an occupant to the White House is to have a "thick skin", reflecting how the current political debate over raising the debt ceiling is increasingly becoming ugly. "You know, part of this job is having a thick skin and understanding a lot of this stuff's not personal," Obama told a press conference yesterday, updating the White House correspondents and the American public on the ongoing negotiations with Republican leaders on the deadlocked issue of increasing the debt ceiling, which if not increased by August could potentially result in US defaulting on its international obligations. Obama was responding to

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A love letter written to a US college student in the state of Pennsylvania and delivered 53 years late will be mailed to its intended recipient who is now an elderly man. A spokeswoman for the California University of Pennsylvania said the letter, addressed to Clark C Moore and postmarked February 20, 1958, arrived mysteriously in the mail room last week. University officials located Moore, now 74. He had changed his name to Muhammad Siddeeq and was living in Indianapolis. A friend saw a news report about the letter and contacted him, said university spokeswoman Christine Kindl. "We are sending him the letter along with a 'Cal U for Life' t-shirt. He said if he didn't get that package within the next 53 years, he would call to complain." Siddeeq was not immediately available for comment. The letter had been sent when he was enrolled as a junior at the university, then known as California State Teachers College. It included a return address, but little other information about the sender, who signed the letter, "Love Forever, Vonnie."

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Pakistan Supreme Court grants bail to suspect in Sri Lankan team attack case LAHORE: A key suspect in the 2009 attack on the Sri Lankan cricket team in Lahore has been released from Kot Lakhpat Jail after the Pakistan Supreme Court granted him bail. Malik Ishaq, one of the founders of the banned Lashkare-Jhangvi, had appealed to the Supreme Court to overturn the decision of the Lahore high court (LHC), which had rejected his bail plea earlier. Ishaq had been accused of plotting the attack while he was in prison. According to The Express Tribune, Ishaq was granted bail, as the charges against him could not be proved. He had been in prison since 1997 and had 44 cases ranging from murder to terrorism lodged against him, but the court acquit-

ted him in 34 cases and granted him bail in the rest. The attack on the Sri Lankan team occurred on March 3, 2009, when a bus carrying the cricketers was fired upon by 12 gunmen, near the Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore. The cricketers were on their way to play the third day of the second Test against Pakistan. Six members of the Sri Lankan team were injured. Six Pakistani policemen and two civilians were killed. These were the first attacks on a national sports team since the Munich massacre of Israeli athletes by Palestinian militants in 1972. The attack was carried out by Jaish-e-Mohammed and Lashkar-e-Jhangvi, the outlawed militant groups with close links to al-Qaida.

Pak, US top guns help mend ties

ISLAMABAD: Military leaders of Pakistan and the US have held a flurry of meetings over the past week aimed at easing tensions in bilateral ties, with the Foreign Office saying that Islamabad is trying to convert "strategic convergence" into gains for both countries. The outgoing commander of US forces in Afghanistan, Gen David Petraeus, and his successor-to-be, Lt Gen John Allen, met Pakistan Army chief General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani on Thursday. This was preceded by US central command chief Gen James Mattis' visit to Islamabad and ISI chief Lt Gen Ahmed Shuja Pasha's trip to Washington. Reports have indicated that the two sides held discussions on easing tensions that reached a new high after the covert US raid that killed Osama bin Laden in the garrison city of Abbottabad on May 2. However, the ties continue to be affected by severe strains, reflected in the recent US decision to suspend military aid worth $800 million. One issue that figured in the recent discussions was a US plan to shift the focus of the war in Afghanistan from its southern region to its east, that borders

Pakistan. Islamabad too has been pressing US and Afghan forces to do more to tackle militants based in Kunar, Khost and Nuristan who are launching attacks inside Pakistan. Foreign Office spokesperson Tehmina Janjua said the two sides would have to focus on common ground in strategic objectives to ensure gains for both countries. "We believe strategic convergence exists between the two sides, which we are working to convert into a win-win situation for both sides," she told a news briefing yesterday. "Course correction, in accordance with the resolution of the joint session of the parliament, is being undertaken wherever required," Janjua said, referring to a resolution passed by a special session of the two houses of parliament in the wake of the raid against bin Laden that had called for a review of ties with the US. However, experts believe the two sides will have to cover a lot of ground to overcome the tensions and differences that have characterised relations since the beginning of this year. The tensions erupted after CIA contractor Raymond Davis shot and killed two armed Pakistani men

PESHAWAR: Residents of the city blocking the G.T. Road to protest against load-shedding at Hashtnagri.

in Lahore in January. In the wake of the raid against bin Laden, US officials have alleged that elements in the Pakistani military leaked information provided by US about bomb making factories in the tribal belt to militant groups. The US, which has been pressuring Pakistan to take firm action against militant groups, was also angered when Islamabad expelled dozens of American military trainers. On the other hand, the Pakistani military is suspicious about the US role in Afghanistan and has been insisting that Islamabad should have a direct role in negotiations with the Taliban to find a political settlement in the war-torn country. Pakistan also does not want India to have a prominent role in Afghanistan. The US has indicated that it wants to retain contacts with Pakistan as the two sides work on irritants in military-to-military ties. US Deputy Secretary of State Thomas Nides recently assured Finance Minister Abdul Hafeez Sheikh that the Obama administration would continue providing civilian aid despite the suspension of military assistance.

Benazir's former security guard killed, violence erupts KARACHI: Aamir Shah, the former security guard of assassinated Pakistani Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto and a senior leader of the ruling PPP, was gunned down, triggering a fresh wave of violence in Pakistan's financial capital. 42-year-old Shah, who headed the Peoples Unity Union of Pakistan International Airlines (PIA), was killed by attackers on motorcycles who opened fire at his white Toyota Corolla near Kamran Chowrangi in the troubled Gulistan-e- Jauhar area yesterday. Shah, who started his political career with the Peoples' Youth Wing (of the PPP), was Bhutto's security guard when she returned to Pakistan in October 2007 to contest the general elections in the country. The killing of the senior PPP activist sparked a fresh wave of violence in Pakistan's biggest city, claiming as many as 11 lives over the last 24 hours and leaving scores wounded. The domestic and international operations of Pakistan's national carrier were also badly hit after employees went on a snap strike to protest and mourn the killing of Shah. Shah, who succumbed to his injuries in a private hospital, was among the party's senior activists and he had served at many different posts in his 18 years with the party. Witnesses said the gunmen intercepted Shah's car before shooting the PPP leader and his friend Mairaj Khalid Jagirani. Karachi chief of police Saud Mirza said the assailants probably targeted the men shortly after they finished filling up fuel near Kamran Chowrangi.

Karachi killings: Pak minister blames wives, girlfriends ISLAMABAD: After initially pointing fingers at the Taliban, Pakistan Interior Minister Rehman Malik has come out with a bizarre theory on the raging violence in Karachi, blaming "wives and girlfriends" for 70 % of the killings in the city where ethnic and political rivalries have claimed scores of lives. In comments that were ridiculed all over the media, Malik told reporters during an interaction in Quetta yesterday that more people had been killed by those who wanted to get rid of their wives, girlfriends and boyfriends than those responsible for "target killings" in Karachi. He was responding to a question on the killing of more than 150

people in recent clashes in the port city. "According to my personal experience in Karachi, if, let's say, it is said that 100 people have died in target killings, when I did the investigation, I found that there were only 30 target killings," Malik said. "Seventy % were those people who wanted to be rid of their wives and girlfriends or girlfriends who wanted to be rid of their boyfriends. All the figures are with me, they killed them," he added. The Interior Minister's comments invited ridicule of TV talk show hosts and users of popular micro-blogging website Twitter, who posted the video footage in which Malik was seen making the remarks.

Afghanistan a safe haven for terrorists: Pak

ISLAMABAD: Terrorists from Pakistan have found safe havens in Afghanistan from where they launch cross-border attacks, a top Pakistani official has said. Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) director general Athar Abbas claimed that terrorists from Pakistan's Swat region were reportedly in Kunar and Nuristan provinces of Afghanistan. Abbas said prominent militant leaders - Fazalullah, Faqir Muhammad, Abdul Wali and Hakimullah - had hideouts in these areas. Pakistan has conveyed "its well-founded concerns" to the Nato which was pulling out its troops from these areas.


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From Nato to Afghan forces : Security handover starts

Nepal's Finance Minister Bharat Mohan Adhikari carries a briefcase, with budget details for the fiscal year 2010-11 at the legislature-parliament, in Kathmandu. The total expenditure for the upcoming fiscal year standing at 384.90 billion Nepalese Rupees ($5.44 billion).

KABUL: Afghanistan began the long-publicized transition to control of its own security amid secrecy, on Sunday, a reminder of how volatile the country is even as Nato troop drawdowns get under way. Ministers flew to central Bamiyan province, one of the most peaceful places in Afghanistan, for a ceremony that was not announced in advance, did not run live on any TV channel and to which only a small number of media outlets were invited. Nato will hand security over to the Afghan police and army in a gradual process due to be completed by the end of 2014, paving the way for most foreign troops to return home. Security sources said there were serious fears of attacks in some of the seven areas chosen for the first phase of transition as the Taliban seek to underline their reach. There is no Afghan army presence in Bamiyan province, but all the other transition ceremonies are expected to involve both the police and army taking over from foreign troops. "This is a national process we have been waiting for," said Abdulrahman Ahmadi,

spokesman for the Bamiyan governor. Bamiyan hasn't been suffering from any security threats, so the process will go on smoothly." President Hamid Karzai has long pushed for the handover, and helped set the date for its completion, but did not attend the ceremony. His spokesman, Waheed Omer, was not available for comment, despite repeated attempts made to reach him. The government in Kabul had also not commented by midday. A spokesman for the interior ministry denied that there had been any attempt to downplay the start of a process which both the Afghanistan government and its Western backers claim is critical to the country's long-term stability. "We waited for the official start, which happened in Bamiyan," said Sediq Seddiqi. "There is no reason behind it," he said, adding that everyone knew the transition had been set for this week. The NATO-led International Security Assistance Force also declined comment on the start of the handover, on the grounds that the transition process is led by the Afghan government.

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At least 40 students killed in Bangladesh accident DHAKA: A vehicle packed with schoolchildren returning home from a soccer tournament crashed into a canal in southeastern Bangladesh on Monday, killing at least 40, a police official said. About 60 children between ages 8 and 12 were on the vehicle that crashed, and the death toll may rise as more bodies are feared trapped inside the sunken vehicle, police official Iftekhar Hasan said. Rescuers recovered 40 bodies from the wreckage in Chittagong district, 216 kilometers (136 miles) southeast of the capital, Dhaka. Hasan could not immediately say how many survived. After the students watched the tournament, a cargo truck was hired to return them home, he said. "According to several witnesses the boys were singing and dancing on board the truck,'' said the official. "The truck skidded off the muddy road and turned (over) as it plunged into the canal.'' In Bangladesh, it's usual to hire cargo trucks for a quick ride to carry large groups during festivals or celebrations. Local journalist Mohammad Palash, who visited the site of the accident, said rescuers sent the bodies to hospitals.

Nepal’s oldest school starts sexual revolution Mullah Omar, headscarves

KATHMANDU: Nepal's oldest modern school that ushered in a revolution in education in the 20th century is now poised to bring in more sweeping social changes with the acceptance of a 13-year-old student, who was thrown out of a village school for being a transgender. The Durbar High School in Kathmandu opened in 1892 when the then all-powerful Rana prime minister Jung Bahadur Rana decided to break away from traditional Sanskrit schooling for his children and give them an English education. In the beginning, only for wards of the blue-blooded , the school opened to the general public in 1902. On Thursday, when Nepal celebrates Guru Purnima – Teachers' Day – 13-year-old Hem Baral (the name has been changed to protect the identity of the minor) will take admission in the seventh grade of the school after being forced to drop out of school in his own home district Bajura due to the incessant bullying of his classmates. Baral was born Hema, the fourth daughter in a brood of four to a primary school teacher in Bajura. Disappointed at not having a son and heir, the teacher took a second wife. Though bigamy is illegal in Nepal now, the practice flourishes both in the capital as well as villages with the government turning a blind eye to it. Ironically, while the sec-

ond wife too bore her husband three daughters, Baral began to develop signs of being a transgender. Now, with her close-cropped hair, wiry frame and excellence in athletic activities, she is bound to be taken as a boy. She dresses like a boy, plays their games and prefers their company to girls'. However, in Bajura, the boys in her class were not ready to accept that, especially when she wanted to become the class monitor. Consequently, they made life miserable for her and forced her to drop out of school. This week, accompanied by a cousin, the tearful teen appeared at the office of Blue Diamond Society, asking its founder and Nepal's only openly gay MP Sunil Babu Pant to help with her studies. On Wednesday, Pant and other officials of the gay rights organisation, had concluded talks with the principal of Durbar High School, Ghanshyam Yadav, asking him to admit Baral as part of the school's social responsibility. "Hem is a good student as well as good at games," Pant said. "Her old school gave her a certificate, saying it was unable to keep her in school due to the atmosphere there that was impacting her mentally. But this is the capital and people are more progressive here. It is the responsibility of a government school to admit her."

Nixon or Napoleon? Now, tabloid king Rupert gets it back SAN FRANCISCO: To his many enemies, Rupert Murdoch is getting his comeuppance. Murdoch's tabloid newspapers have long reveled in the misdeeds of others with salacious photos and punpacked headlines. Now, one of the world's most powerful media executives is learning what it's like to be enveloped in his own scandal. "There is a feeling that Murdoch has been king of the world for too long and it's about time that somebody brought him back to Earth," said Mungo MacCallum, a political journalist and commentator who once worked for a Murdoch-owned newspaper, the Australian. But no one is calling press conferences to gloat about Murdoch's

troubles. Even his bitterest media rivals are keeping quiet. Liberty Media chief John Malone, who engaged in mediamogul head butting with Murdoch over his stake in Murdoch's News Corp and other issues, refused to comment on the issue. New York Daily News Publisher Mort Zuckerman, whose tabloid fights every day for dominance with Murdoch's New York Post also did not return a message seeking comment. It's hardly surprising. Despite a scandal that has claimed two of his top executives and prompted him to close his 168-year-old UK tabloid, Murdoch still runs News Corp, one of the world's most imposing media empires. But others aren't as charitable.

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KABUL: Afghanistan's complex and often confusing business of talks with the Taliban took a surprisingly dramatic turn this week when a female lawmaker told a news conference she had recently met the militant group's leader, Mullah Omar, who agreed to make peace. Despite questions of credibility, the large turnout to Thursday's unusual event, which included representatives from Western embassies, highlights the somewhat desperate nature of peace talks as foreign powers look for an exit from the war. Homa Sultani, a former rights activist and now an MP from Ghazni, a volatile province southwest of Kabul , said she had met the reclusive Omar some 150 km from the capital and that they had wept together over the country's plight. Omar then sat down on Sultani's headscarf which she had placed on the floor in front of him, she said, before the one-eyed fugitive leader accepted her proposal to act as his lone mediator for peace. "It wasn't that Mullah Omar had fallen in love with my eyes or my eyebrows, we seriously engaged in peace talks," Sultani told the news conference in Kabul on Thursday. Another male MP, Haji Abdul Basir, who was also at the news conference, had witnessed the meeting, Sultani said. That Sultani's story would draw a packed audience from Kabul's local and international press corps along with low-profile Afghan delegates from Western embassies, shows just how little is really known about peace "talks" with the Taliban.


36 LIFE STYLE n the path to fitness, you are bound to pause at many levels and hit some snags. You might suffer from weeks of weight stagnation, where you'll hit the weight loss plateau at some critical points. At these life-changing junctions, you must keep yourself motivated by keeping a track of your fitness goal – right from where you started to where you want to reach. Today we are going to reveal the top 10 things that you should track for fitness. Take 'Before' photographs. This will motivate you and help you track your fitness progress. 'Before' photographs help in marking a point from where you started and will help in proving to your friends and relatives how you have achieved the new-found weight when you are done. Maintain a weight loss journal. A study conducted on 1,700 overweight men and women revealed that people who maintained a health journal lost 9 to 10 kilos, compared to a 4.5 kilos loss among those who did not practice journal writing. It acts as a deterrent- i.e. when you know you have to pen down your health journey of the day, you will think twice before bingeing on that second serving of chocolate chip ice cream. Things a food diary must have are: Days, meal times, meal content, meal

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TO TRACK FOR quantity and feelings when you ate it. Be the decision-maker. If you are really looking forward to that second piece of cake, try and think of a sane justification for it. If you are cooking up excuses like "oh! But I'll spend another hour in the gym to compensate it", we say drop the second helping because exercising more is no excuse to eating more. Understand the craving – physical or emotional – and then work on it. Set short-term realistic goals: Initiate by only walking for 5 to 10 minutes a day (or a duration that doesn't get you out of breath). Gradually introduce more activity in your day - walk your dog, go to your nearby grocery store in your track pants and try to walk at a faster pace than usual. Slowly but surely, work your way up and build on your success. Measure your fitness level. For starters, it's a great way to keep a tab on your progress levels and

set short term practical fitness goals. So if you're game to kick start a new fitness program, then size up your fitness level by taking this simple fitness test expanded across four steps. 1. Ways to check your flexibility levels by doing a Sit-and-Reach test. 2. Ways to check your aerobic fitness level by brisk walking. 3. Keep a record of your body composition. 4. Ways to check your muscular fitness level by doing push-ups. Understand the difference between hunger and craving. Hunger means a painful sensation or a state of physical weakness caused by the want of food. When one is hungry their brain and stomach pass cues to indicate them levels of hunger. Craving, though often used along with hunger, is quite different from it. It essentially means "to long for; want greatly; desire eagerly." The food or the thoughts one tends to crave for are not life-saving neither nec-

èîÕ July 20, 2011 Wednesday essary. Unlike the time when you are hungry any food can satisfy your sensation, craving is for a specific type of food item. Keep mixing your workouts. By staying at 75% of your heart rate on the treadmill and not mixing up your workouts with strength training and sprints, one tends to burn glycogen and not fat. In this process you will gain weight over time, lose muscle, release more cortisol, and compromise any progress you might have made. Learn to de-stress. Stress triggers the hormone cortisol which increases appetite and promotes abdominal fat. De-stressing, thus, helps in reducing body fat. Stress may cause abdominal fat in otherwise slender women but de-stressing alone cannot help to reduce the body fat. It is important to have a healthy balanced diet and a proper exercise regime. These are only possible with a stress-free mind. Use social network tools to track your progress. Social networking sites and mobile apps are making it easier for people to track and share their fitness goals and activities with their virtual group. Motivation, when it works collectively, works the best.

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THINGS TO DO BEFORE SHAVING TO LOSE THOSE POUNDS

Here are points you should keep in mind before you run that razor on your skin and trim that stubble Shaving is not only the most basic way for a man to look clean and good but the right trim can enhance your facial features. With the rise of the neosexual man, the need to look attractive has increased. Of course, like any other beauty regimen, shaving requires a little preparation as well. Shaving just after you wake up from sleep in the morning increases the chances of irritation to your skin. The stubble is actually too hard early in the morning. Use a cleanser or a face scrub to remove the dead cells on your skin and to open up the pores half an hour before you shave. Wet your beard or stubble with luke warm water before you start shaving as this weakens the hair and swells the hair shaft allowing a better shave. While using a shaving gel, massage the cream onto the stubble and leave it for around two to three minutes before you start shaving. Remember, if your shaving cream is foamy, it is not the best cream to use.

uit vegetables and fruits and exercising – that's the new mantra for losing weight, according to a nutritionist. Zoe Harcombe has said that everything that people thought was good to stay healthy - fewer calories and more exercise - only packs on the flab. "It's a myth. It's the carbs that pile on the pounds," The New York Post quoted

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Harcombe as writing in her book 'The Obesity Epidemic: What Caused It? How Can We Stop It?' She said Americans must go back to older dietary rules calling for red meat, fish, eggs, cream and butter, all virtually carbohydrate free. "You've got to go back to sticking a pork chop on the grill," she said. Here are a few myths she busted in her book:

1. Veggies and fruit are more nutritious than any other food: Greens are good only if they are slathered in butter in order to deliver the fat-soluble vitamins they contain. Sugar in fruit gets stored as fat in the liver. 2. Losing weight is about reducing calories: "If you cut 500 calories from a 2,000-calorie daily diet, you will lose weight at first." But the body will compensate and turn down its metabolism to reduce energy and use fewer calories. 3. Starchy foods should be the main part of our diet: Pasta, bread and grains turn into sugar in the blood, which is unhealthy. It forces the body to release insulin, which stores fat, in order to get the glucose levels back to normal. 4. We should exercise to combat obesity: "It will only cause you to get hungry, and your body will crave carbohydrates, which causes weight gain." 5. Fat is a definite no-no: "Real fat from natural foods is good. Eat only what nature grows." "Stop grazing and snacking. Go back to eating three good meals a day and manage your carbs if you want to lose weight," Harcombe said.

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ant a baby boy? Well, then eat full breakfast and fatty diet during early pregnancy, suggests a new study. According to the University of Missouri study, what women eat while they are in the early stages of pregnancy influences the sex and health of their unborn baby, reports The Telegraph. Women who eat a full breakfast and a high fat diet at the time of conception are more likely to have a boy, scientists claim. A low fat diet with periods of long fasts favours girls, the researchers have found. Dr Cheryl Rosenfeld, of the University of Missouri, and colleagues said: "High calorie diets generally favour birth of males over females, whereas low calorie diets tend to favour females over males. In humans and mice, food restriction and a suboptimal diet during the period around conception and early pregnancy also lead to a surfeit of daughters, most probably due to selective loss of male foetuses, the most vulnerable sex in the womb."


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PANDIT KRISHAN KUMAR Astrology & Numerology Lal Kitab & Vastu Specialist ARIES

March-21 to April-20

CANCER

June-22 to July-23

LIBRA

September-24 to October-22

Will form new relationships and you will be popular among the friends. You may have pleasant short-trips and excursions. In professional sphere the goings-on will be smooth and progressing. Your earnings will increase as you may have gains from newer avenues as well.

If you cannot change your behaviourpatterns, your popularity will be on the wane and the loved ones will start distancing themselves from you. Your sources of earning may get squeezed whereas you may not be able to control excessive expenditures. You may associate yourself with undesirable people for which your near and dear ones might feel concerned.

The performance of your educational activities, will instil a sense of pride and joy in your mind. Although you may derive benefits from authorities and gain popularity, the position is not good for your own health; you may suffer from headache and eyecomplaints. Your mother also may suffer from some minor ailments.

The period is not propitious for gaining favours at workplace. Your enemies could ferment some trouble and try to tarnish your image. You should remain alert, avoid all temptations and overcome irritations. In family-life too you December-23 should try to avoid disputes and quarrels by retaining your cool. You should take to Januar-20 proper care of your health as you will be prone to suffer from minor ailments.

CAPRICON

he power of peace is greater than the power of violence. Peaceful methods are far more effective than violent methods. Constructive goals can be achieved only through peaceful means, while violent ways lead to destruction and ruin. I would like to give an example from recent Indian history. The freedom struggle of India started in 1857 and the leaders of that period wanted to achieve freedom by violent methods. This trend continued up to 1919, but the target was not achieved. Then Mahatma Gandhi entered the freedom struggle in 1919. After studying the situation, he decided to reverse the course of action. He declared that they would continue their freedom struggle, but it would be by a strictly peaceful method. He declared that where previous leaders had been using "bombs" of violence to protest against British rule, they would now use the "bomb" of peace to

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achieve the same goal. This declaration by Mahatma Gandhi changed the whole scenario; it paralysed the entire machinery of the British Empire. Puzzled by this announcement, one British collector sent a telegraphic message to his secretariat, worded as follows: "Wire instruction how to kill a tiger non-violently." The violent method gives your opponents justification for violent retaliation, but if you adopt peaceful methods, the other party has no grounds for using force against you. This was the logic of Gandhian peace methods, and very soon India became free. This formula of peace is of a general nature, that is, it is applicable at both individual and national levels. Adopt a peaceful course of action, and you will be guaranteed success. The violent method is a highly risky affair. That it will entail losses is almost certain, while its benefits are indeed doubtful. But in the case of the peaceful

TAURUS

April-21 to May-20

LEO

July-24 to August-23

SCORPIO

October-23 to November-22

You will be studious, intelligent, quick and restless. You will be fond of writing much and will have many journeys. Socially you will be very popular and enjoy your time merrily and having romantic relationships. But you should try to concentrate more and engage yourself in some creative endeavours which will bring in success and honour for you.

This is a beneficial position. You will do well in academic persuits or creative writings and your home-life will be a very happy one. You may have new acquisitions. You should try to improve your changeful nature and restless disposition. It will help you to win the trust and confidence of your friends and associates.

You may have certain differences with your associates for which you may have to offer explanations. With your spouse also you may have some minor differences for which you might feel irritated. In professional sphere, you will do well and make good progress.

AQUARIES

You may have problems either with your business or marriage partner and the health of your spouse may make you anxious. Romantic liaisons if any could take a bad turn and you may become a victim of slander and January-21 disrepute. You should try to avoid to quarrels and confrontations by being February-19 diplomatic.

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GEMINI

May-21 to June-21

VIRGO

August-24 to September-23

SAGITTARIUS

November-23 to December-22

PISCES

February-20 to March-20

You will be happy and cheerful. You will have many opportunities and will receive favours from superiors. Your career- prospect and your financial position will also be considerably improved. You will have a pleasant and enjoyable time in company of the people of opposite sex. You will socialize more and form new friendships with joyous people. Connections with foreign countries will benefit you.You will become fortunate and gain all-round happiness. Your mind will be active and remain alert. In the persuit of knowledge and gathering information you will make good progress. You will have fruitful journeys to distant places.

You will be fortunate in respect of romantic liaisons You will form new relationships and make new deals. Journeys to distant places and contacts/ collaborations with foreigners will be fruitful. You will be moving in high circles and become more influential.

You will become a busy person during this month. You will have some of your writings published or will have correspondences with many people. A number of short journeys you may also have. You will spend a good part of your time in informal studies and also enjoy sports activities.

THE PEACEFUL METHOD IS THE METHOD OF NATURE. THIS IS AN IMMUTABLE RULE. THANKS TO NATURE INVARIABLY TREADING THE PATH OF PEACE, WE SEE THAT IN NATURE EVER YWHERE THERE IS PERFECTION. NATURE MAY BE INVOLVED IN DISPARATE KINDS OF ACTIVITIES, BUT THIS CREATES NO PROBLEMS.

PEACE The power of

method, which entails no risk, success is guaranteed. Why is the peaceful method so effective? The reason is that the peaceful method hits the conscience of a man. And

when the conscience is hit, the person concerned has no option but to surrender to you. The violent method activates the other party's ego. When one's ego is involved, the result is a

breakdown. Violence inevitably breeds violence. So, violence only aggravates the problem. It cannot solve any problem either for the individual or for the community, country and world. The peaceful method is the method of nature. This is an immutable rule. Thanks to nature invariably treading the path of peace, we see that in nature everywhere there

is perfection. Nature may be involved in disparate kinds of activities, but this creates no problems. And, undoubtedly, the reason is that it is steadfastly peaceful in its line of action. A peaceful method saves you from wasting your time and energy. Remaining peaceful helps to normalise the situation and so is constructive. Moreover, violence only breeds hatred and intolerance, while peace fosters love and compassion. Peace is the greatest social good, for it inculcates positivity among people. Where there is peace there can be developmental activities. But without a peaceful atmosphere, there can be no progress whatsoever. The stars, the planets, and all other aspects of nature are active day and night, but they never stray from the path of peace. Peace is the culture of nature; peace is the law of the universe. Rivers flow carrying the message of peace, the wind blowing day and night conveys this message.


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Obama, aides warn of Armageddon if debt talks fail

Washington. With time quickly running out to raise the US debt ceiling, the Obama administration is turning to biblical rhetoric to underscore the disastrous consequences if the United States defaults. For weeks Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner and other administration officials have been warning of an economic "catastrophe" if the $14.3 trillion debt ceiling, which caps the amount Washington can borrow, is not raised by August 2. MerriamWebster dictionary defines catastrophe as "a momentous tragic event ranging from extreme misfortune to utter overthrow or ruin." That definition appears to chime with the view of most economists, who agree that a US default on its obligations would plunge the United States into a new recession and send shockwaves through international financial markets. In interviews, speeches and news conferences, administration officials have used the word again and again. But instead of scaring Republicans into action and breaking deadlocked debt

talks it has had the opposite effect. Republican lawmakers accuse the Obama administration of scaremongering and many refuse to budge from their firm belief that a default will not happen, that the United States can keep paying its creditors simply by cutting back on spending. Americans also do not appear to share the Obama administration's sense of doom. Polls show a majority of Americans are happy for the debt ceiling not to be raised, although its not clear that those being surveyed are fully aware of the consequences of such a step. When catastrophe is not enough So, the White House has upped the ante, eschewing catastrophe for a word more reminiscent of the "Cold War" stand-off between a nucleararmed Soviet Union and United States -- Armageddon. Obama used the biblical reference last week at a White House news conference when he talked about a complicated Republican plan that seeks to pin the blame for raising the debt ceiling on him. He said then it could avert eco-

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nomic Armageddon. Obama's budget director, Jack Lew, repeated it during a television interview on Sunday. "Notwithstanding the voices of a few who are willing play with Armageddon, responsible leaders in Washington are not, he told ABC's "This Week" program. To be fair, it was a Republican, Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison, who first warned way back in April the debt ceiling negotiations would be a cataclysmic event, although at the time her warning was dismissed by many in Washington as hyperbole. "The debt ceiling is going to be Armageddon," she said, trying to explain that while a just-ended budget dispute between Republicans and Obama had brought the government to the brink of a shutdown, the debt talks would be even worse. MerriamWebster's definition makes clear that while a catastrophe would be bad enough, Armageddon would be positively apocalyptic: "The site or time of a final and conclusive battle between the forces of good and evil; a usually vast decisive conflict or confrontation."

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