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2218 hrs IST: Ashley Young ambles out of the pitch and Fosu-Mensah replaces him. 2214 hrs IST:Fabregas with a rash challenge on Carrick and rightly gets a yellow late in the game? they failed to break the strong German defence.India finished the competition with just four points For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Updated: November 14 2016 2:23 am Poonam Azad with Deputy CM Manish Sisodia (Express Photo: Prem Nath Pandey) Top News Former BJP leader Poonam Azad who joined the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) Sunday is set to rally for the party in Punjab ahead of the assembly polls and garner support of the migrant Poorvanchali electorate in Amritsar Jalandhar and Ludhiana Senior AAP leader Sanjay Singh announced that a position of responsibility will be worked out for Azad soon and that she is set to play a key role in drawing the Poorvanchali votebank in Punjab Watch What Else is Making News “This is a very emotional moment for me We were originally from a Congress family But my husband and I gave the BJP 25 years of our lives I am happy to be associated with the AAP today There are so many things I want to say but might not find the right words One always leaves a party with a heavy heart I see a future for the youth in AAP” Azad told reporters Sunday She met party supremo Arvind Kejriwal earlier in the day who welcomed her into the party “I want to congratulate Arvind Kejriwal and Manish Sisodia on creating history by getting 67 out of 70 seats in the assembly I want to be a part of this I had to quit BJP because of Arun Jaitley; he kept denying me an opportunity to contest electoral polls He said something in front of us and did something else behind our backs My husband Kirti Azad has been fighting a battle against corruption Now Modi ji is talking of corruption but when my husband raised his voice he was suspended This is double standards” Azad added “As for the demonetisation move I do not agree with the BJP It has hit women the worst… What has happened is unfair to the common man” Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia who was present at the induction said Azad has been ‘working for issues of the aam aadmi’ For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Reuters | Los Angeles | Published: July 9 2009 9:16 am Related News More than 31 million Americans watched Michael Jackson’s public memorial on televisionbut mystery surrounded the whereabouts of his body on Wednesday and plans for his burial A day after Jackson’s casket was taken to a Los Angeles basketball arena for an emotional memorial for fansfriends and his familyattention returned to how Jackson got his hands on powerful prescription drugs reportedly found in his rented mansion after his sudden death on June 25 Sales of Jackson’s albums soared for a second weekwith his solo albums jumping another 90 percent to 800000 copies in the United Statestracking firm Nielsen SoundScan said Nielsen Media Research said 311 million Americans watched Tuesday’s Los Angeles memorial live on television The figure is lower than the TV audience of some other recent events Some 495 million Americans tuned in for US President Barack Obama’s first White House news conference in Februaryand 35 million watched former President Ronald Reagan’s 2004 burial live on TV The Nielsen figures do not include viewing on the Internet or other platformswhich has grown rapidly in the last few years The Jackson family spokesman did not return calls for comment on burial plans for the “Thriller” singerwho died of cardiac arrest at age 50 NO REQUEST FOR NEVERLAND BURIAL California officials and those in Santa Barbara County said the family has not asked for the required special permission to bury Jackson at his abandoned Neverland Valley Ranch in central California Media reports said the Los Angeles coroner’s office was conducting neuropathology tests on part of Jackson’s brainwhich could be behind the delay in the family’s burial plans One of Jackson’s doctorsBeverly Hills dermatologist Arnold Kleinon Wednesday denied he was one of the targets of a police investigation over drugs seized from Jackson’s home after his death “I was not one of the doctors who participated in giving him overdoses of drugs or too much of anything” Klein told ABC’s “Good Morning America” in an interview “I always was concerned about him No matter what he wantedsomeone would give it to him” he said Klein also denied media reports that he was the sperm donor of Jackson’s two children with his ex-wife Debbie Rowe A spokesman for Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa said the elaborate memorial cost the cash-strapped city $14 million”far less” than an initial estimate of $38 million City officials had braced for as many as 250000 fans to show up at the Staples Center The actual number was closer to 1000 Donors chipped in $17000 after the city set up a website asking for cash to cover the costhe added Jackson’s music is enjoying the commercial success that eluded the “King of Pop” in recent years The singer’s “Number Ones” compilation was the top-selling album in the United States during the week ended July 5and his 1982 blockbuster “Thriller” took second place For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsIn his search for a replacement for the late conservative Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia President Barack Obama is focusing on a small group of appellate court judges with largely traditional credentials and a history of bipartisan backing An Indian figures prominently in that elite shortlist – Sri Srinivasan of the US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit Links: The Washington Post on what Sri Srinivasan means for the US Supreme Court Sri Srinivasan Reuters The choices suggest the White House plans to challenge the Republican Senate to block a nominee who otherwise might face a relatively easy confirmation if the fight weren’t playing out in an election year Many expect Obama to announce his pick next week The court is currently split 4-4 between liberal and conservative justices Obama said Thursday he’s holding out hope that "cooler heads will prevail" and Republicans will back down from their plan to block his nominee He said he’s looking for a candidate with "humility" who doesn’t make policy from the bench and someone who recognizes the role judges play in protecting minorities Obama’s top tier of candidates include Judge Sri Srinivasan of US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit Merrick Garland chief judge on same court and Judge Paul Watford of the 9th US Circuit Court of Appeals according to a source familiar with the selection process Ketanji Brown Jackson a DC district court judge is also under consideration although a less likely option said the source who asked not to be identified because the person was not authorized to publicly discuss private White House deliberations The judges’ inclusion on the short list was first reported by National Public Radio which also named Judge Jane Kelly of the 8th Circuit Court of Appeals as a finalist being interviewed by the president The emerging list which the White House says is not final seems in line both with Obama’s personal and political aims As he has in his past two nominations Obama appears drawn to candidates with traditional resumes: Supreme Court clerkships prestigious posts in government and experience at major law firms The list also shows the president considering whether to add racial or gender diversity to the court Srinivasan 49 would be the first Indian-American on the court while Watford 48 would be the third African-American to hold a seat Brown Jackson 45 would be the first African-American woman But the push to make history appears to be just part of a complex mix of calculations Facing Republicans vowing to block any nominee the White House has stressed that the nominee will have "impeccable" credentials suggesting the choice will have a record so strong it will shame Republican senators into backing down Obama’s consideration of Garland appears to fit into that approach Garland a white 63-year-old with an Ivy League East Coast background would not add diversity to the court But with a reputation as a judicial moderate and with broad respect in Washington the choice of Garland could put maximum pressure on some Republican senators Both Srinivasan and Watford come with some bipartisan endorsement Srinivasan was unanimously confirmed to the bench in 2013 Watford’s confirmation vote was a more partisan 61-34 split As Obama appointments neither comes with long records on the bench leaving their judicial philosophies somewhat ambiguous The president appears to have ruled out naming a politician or administration official despite briefly considering Attorney General Loretta Lynch On the short list only Kelly a former public defender in Iowa did not follow the traditional ladder to the highest court Over half of Americans in a February Pew Research Center poll backed Senate hearings and a vote on a nominee while an NBC News-Wall Street Journal survey early this month found that more disapprove than approve of Republicans ignoring an Obama nominee by about 2-1 With AP Written by Martin Sherman | Published: June 19 2013 5:28 am Related News The US decision to discontinue the embargo on arms to the Syrian rebels comes when the civil war is bursting its banks and the Shia-Sunni schism is widening The somewhat opaque and equivocal statement issued by the White House at the end of last weekannouncing a toughening in US policy towards the Bashar al-Assad regime in Damascus generated more questions than answers Forapart from general statements of intent regarding upgrading its support for the opposition forcesthe accompanying clarifications focused more on what Washington would not dorather than on what it would not commit troops on the groundnot impose a no-fly zonenot provide sophisticated anti-aircraft missiles that might fall into the hands of al-Qaeda affiliates Syria today is arguably the principal hotspot on the globeposing an almost insoluble quandary for Western powers The unfolding brutality of events confront them with a classic damned if you dodamned if you dont dilemma There are so many potentially interacting variables that it is impossible to forecast outcomes The inherent uncertainty was reflected in the words of Kentucky Senator Rand Paulwarning against US intervention: It is unclear what national security interests we have in the civil war in Syria… It is very clear that any attempt to aid the Syrian rebels would be complicated and dangerousprecisely because we dont know who these people are?besides the second phase of sale of mill land belonging to the National Textile Corporation (NTC) are struck in bureaucratic logjam. Bloomberg News reported on Wednesday, Little green men, The Romantics often veered towards the Orient in their literary pursuits: Samuel T.