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The proposal will be communicated to him, the leader said The talk of appointing a new chief has been doing the rounds within party circles for the last few days Party president Vijay Goels unilateral style of working has been blamed for the numerous rifts within the Delhi unit It is believed that despite warningsdifferences between Goel and Harsh Vardhan were not sorted out Goel also came under severe criticism from party membersincluding the RSS cadrewhen he offered AAP constructive cooperation despite Harsh Vardhan adopting a different stand after BJP refused to form the government A senior leader said if all MLAs felt that the leadership had hurt the partys chances of securing a comfortable victorythe decision will be communicated to the national leaders While there is a demand for a change of guardthe party is left with few optionsafter many senior leadersincluding Vijender Gupta and Arti Mehralost the elections For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: June 9 2013 12:52 am Top News In-form Gagandeep Singh once against scored to give 7 Warriors their third successive win as they prevailed over Gunners 2-1 in the u-17 category in the Chandigarh Football League played on Saturday Gagandeep opened the account for Warriors but Gunners’ BBFS scholar Shubham equalised in the second half Gagan once again put Warriors ahead in the dying minutes of the match In another matchOasis outplayed Spartans 2-0with goals from Sunveer and Varun In the third encounterthe match between CR7 and Dynamic Devils ended in goalless draw In u-14 categoryAvengers and Yellow Rangers both failed to score goals and the match ended in a draw MeanwhilePrateek netted a hattrick to steer 7 Strikers to an easy 4-0 win over Youth Warriors YFC registered a narrow 1-0 win over Victory Strikers In u-12Classic 7 beat Blue Sharks 4-3 It was the Blue Sharks team who looked set to win the match but Classic 7 turned the tide of the match and won the thriller In u-10 categorySuper Strikers prevailed over Barca Stars 6-5 For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsSao Paulo: Max Verstappen says he will take the fight to Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg in Sunday’s Brazilian Grand Prix and cannot be expected to do otherwise despite Mercedes boss Toto Wolff ringing the Dutch teenager’s father to discuss the situation "We should race Everyone They should still fight for first otherwise you are not a worthy world champion are you" the Red Bull driver told reporters on Saturday after qualifying fourth and right behind the two Mercedes title contenders "I am racing for Red Bull not Mercedes" Red Bull driver Max Verstappen speaks during a press conference in Sao Paulo AP Verstappen spoke after Red Bull bosses stirred up a storm over a telephone conversation between Wolff and Jos Verstappen ahead of what is a potential Formula One title decider at Interlagos According to Red Bull the Austrian was seeking to rein in their 19-year-old who tangled with championship leader Rosberg at the previous race and has already won once this season Red Bull principal Christian Horner told reporters he had been surprised by the approach and bristled at any suggestion that Verstappen might let the Mercedes drivers fight a private battle "If Toto wants to have a race for his drivers we can do that at 11am tomorrow and then we can have the Grand Prix at 2pm where everybody can race" he said Verstappen said the conversation had been exaggerated however while Wolff expressed "zero regrets in capital letters" for having a "nice conversation" with a long-time family friend as he had on previous occasions "It has been blown out of proportion and I don’t know by whom" said the Austrian before correcting himself to say "well I do know." As he spoke the smiling Horner walked past raising a finger to his nose and ‘cocking a snook’ through the glass of the hospitality unit before mimicking holding a mobile phone to his ear "I think he is a great driver He has incredible skill He is refreshing as a character He is spontaneous intelligent I’m a really big fan He’s just what the doctor ordered for Formula One" said Wolff of Verstappen "The last thing I want and last thing he will do anyway is to change his approach I didn’t say to move out of the way nor to race in any different way" Wolff said he had simply told Jos Verstappen he felt there was a "negative spin in some of the media" about his son’s driving that needed "to be counter-steered" for his own good Germany’s Rosberg has a 19-point lead over Hamilton and can take the title with a race to spare if he wins at Interlagos Germany:The United States and Russia struck an agreement Friday on a ceasefire in southwest Syria crowning President Donald Trump’s first meeting with Russian president Vladimir Putin It is the first US-Russian effort under Trump’s presidency to stem Syria’s six-year civil war The ceasefire goes into effect Sunday at noon Damascus time according to US officials and the Jordanian government which is also involved in the deal Secretary of State Rex Tillerson who accompanied Trump in his meeting with Putin said the understanding is designed to reduce violence in an area of Syria near Jordan’s border that is critical to the US ally’s security US president Donald Trump and Russian president Vladimir Putin AP It’s a "very complicated part of the Syrian battlefield" Tillerson told reporters after the US and Russian leaders met for more than 2 hours on the sidelines of a global summit in Hamburg Germany Of the agreement he said "I think this is our first indication of the US and Russia being able to work together in Syria" For years the former Cold War foes have been backing opposing sides in Syria’s war Moscow has staunchly backed Syrian president Bashar al-Assad supporting Syrian forces militarily since 2015 Washington has backed rebels fighting Assad Both the US and Russia oppose Islamic State militants and say they’re focused on rooting out the extremist group The potential pitfalls for the ceasefire are clear — not least the challenge of enforcing it Russia’s foreign minister Sergey Lavrov said Russian military police would monitor the new truce But Tillerson said that was still being worked out A senior US State Department official said the two countries were close to a deal on that issue and hoped to finalise it in the coming days raising the prospect it could take effect Sunday with no clear sense of who is policing it That the deal was announced before all the details were ironed out was a clear indication of how eager the US and Russia were to cast their leaders’ first meeting as a success Officials said the deal had been in the works for weeks or months but came together in time for the meeting The deal marks a new level of involvement for the Trump administration in trying to resolve Syria’s civil war Trump ordered some 60 cruise missiles to be fired at a Syrian air base in April after accusing Assad’s forces of a deadly chemical weapons attack But his top military and national security advisers pointedly said they had no intentions of intervening to oust Assad And they stopped short of endorsing Russian-led or UN peace mediation efforts between Assad’s government and rebel groups Israel also is part of the agreement one US official said who like others wasn’t authorised to speak publicly on the matter and demanded anonymity Like Jordan Israel shares a border with the southern part of Syria and has been concerned about a spillover of violence as well as an amassing of Iranian-aligned forces in the south of the country Jordanian government spokesman Mohammed Momani confirmed the accord in a statement that made no reference to Israel’s participation Syrian government forces and its allies will stay on one side of an agreed demarcation line and rebel fighters will stick to the other side The goal is also to enable aid to reach this area of Syria Momani told state media US officials said the US Russia and Jordan had only agreed on that demarcation line last week clearing the way for a ceasefire to be worked out The deal is separate from an agreement that Russia Turkey and Iran struck earlier this year to try to establish "de-escalation zones" in Syria with reduced bloodshed The US wary of Iran’s involvement stayed away from that effort Follow-up talks this week in Kazakhstan were unable to produce agreement on finalizing a cease-fire in those zones Previous ceasefires in Syria have collapsed or failed to reduce violence for long and it was unclear whether this deal would be any better Tillerson said the difference this time is Russia’s interest in seeing Syria return to stability It’s an argument top US officials such as former Secretary of State John Kerry cited regularly amid his failed efforts to end a conflict that has killed as many as a half-million people contributed to Europe’s worst refugee crisis since World War II and allowed Islamic State to emerge as a global terror threat Tillerson also repeated the US position that a "long-term role for the Assad family and the Assad regime" is untenable and voiced his belief that Russia might be willing to address the future leadership of Syria in tones reminiscent of Kerry Up to now Assad has rejected any proposals that would see him leave power contributing to an impasse that has prolonged Syria’s suffering Earlier in the week Syria’s military said it was halting combat operations in the south of Syria for four days in advance of the new round of Russian-sponsored talks in Kazakhstan That move covered the southern provinces of Daraa Quneitra and Sweida Syria’s government briefly extended that unilateral ceasefire which is now set to expire Saturday — a day before the US and Russian deal was to take effect The US-Russian cease-fire has no set end date one US official said describing it as part of broader discussions with Moscow on lowering violence in Syria The agreement may also reflect Iran’s increasingly prominent role in Syria Washington has been resistant to letting Iranian forces and their proxy militias gain strength in Syria’s south a position shared by Israel and Jordan Friday’s deal could help the Trump administration retain more of a say over who fills the power vacuum left behind as the Islamic State is routed from additional territory in Syria In recent weeks US forces have shot down a Syrian aircraft that got too close to American forces as well as Iranian-made drones A renewed government offensive against Western-backed rebels and Islamic militants in the contested province of Daraa also is sparking tensions and Iranian-backed Hezbollah fighters have shifted south to join the fight Israel has also struck Syrian military installations on several occasions in the past few weeks after shells landed in the Israeli-controlled side of the Golan Heights Ahead of the deal media reports in Israel have suggested unease at any arrangement that relies on Russia policing areas near its frontier Implications for Syria aside the deal marks the biggest diplomatic achievement for the US and Russia since Trump took office Trump’s administration has approached the notoriously strained relationship by trying to identify a few limited issues on which the countries could make progress thereby building trust for a broader repair of ties China’s Nobel peace prize laureate Liu Xiaobo died on Thursday aged 61 after losing a battle with cancer authorities said more than a month after he was transferred to a hospital from prison Liu was the first Chinese citizen to win the Nobel Peace Prize and one of only three people to have won it while detained by their own government At the December 2010 Nobel ceremony in Oslo his statement titled "I Have No Enemies: My Final Statement" was read by an actress with an empty chair representing the imprisoned activist who was also known for his role in the 1989 Tiananmen pro-democracy protests Read the complete statement below: In the course of my life for more than half a century June 1989 was the major turning point Up to that point I was a member of the first class to enter university when college entrance examinations were reinstated following the Cultural Revolution (Class of ‘’77) From BA to MA and on to PhD my academic career was all smooth sailing Upon receiving my degrees I stayed on to teach at Beijing Normal University As a teacher I was well received by the students At the same time I was a public intellectual writing articles and books that created quite a stir during the 1980s frequently receiving invitations to give talks around the country and going abroad as a visiting scholar upon invitation from Europe and America What I demanded of myself was this: whether as a person or as a writer I would lead a life of honesty responsibility and dignity After that because I had returned from the US to take part in the 1989 Movement I was thrown into prison for "the crime of counterrevolutionary propaganda and incitement" I also lost my beloved lectern and could no longer publish essays or give talks in China Merely for publishing different political views and taking part in a peaceful democracy movement a teacher lost his lectern a writer lost his right to publish and a public intellectual lost the opportunity to give talks publicly This is a tragedy both for me personally and for a China that has already seen thirty years of Reform and Opening Up File image of Liu Xiaobo Reuters When I think about it my most dramatic experiences after June Fourth have been surprisingly associated with courts: My two opportunities to address the public have both been provided by trial sessions at the Beijing Municipal Intermediate People’s Court once in January 1991 and again today Although the crimes I have been charged with on the two occasions are different in name their real substance is basically the same – both are speech crimes Twenty years have passed but the ghosts of June Fourth have not yet been laid to rest Upon release from Qincheng Prison in 1991 I who had been led onto the path of political dissent by the psychological chains of June Fourth lost the right to speak publicly in my own country and could only speak through the foreign media Because of this I was subjected to yearround monitoring kept under residential surveillance (May 1995 to January 1996) and sent to ReeducationThroughLabor (October 1996 to October 1999) And now I have been once again shoved into the dock by the enemy mentality of the regime But I still want to say to this regime which is depriving me of my freedom that I stand by the convictions I expressed in my "June Second Hunger Strike Declaration" twenty years ago I have no enemies and no hatred None of the police who monitored arrested and interrogated me none of the prosecutors who indicted me and none of the judges who judged me are my enemies Although there is no way I can accept your monitoring arrests indictments and verdicts I respect your professions and your integrity including those of the two prosecutors Zhang Rongge and Pan Xueqing who are now bringing charges against me on behalf of the prosecution During interrogation on December 3 I could sense your respect and your good faith Hatred can rot away at a person’s intelligence and conscience Enemy mentality will poison the spirit of a nation incite cruel mortal struggles destroy a society’s tolerance and humanity and hinder a nation’s progress toward freedom and democracy That is why I hope to be able to transcend my personal experiences as I look upon our nation’s development and social change to counter the regime’s hostility with utmost goodwill and to dispel hatred with love Everyone knows that it was Reform and Opening Up that brought about our country’s development and social change In my view Reform and Opening Up began with the abandonment of the "using class struggle as guiding principle" government policy of the Mao era and in its place a commitment to economic development and social harmony The process of abandoning the "philosophy of struggle" was also a process of gradual weakening of the enemy mentality and elimination of the psychology of hatred and a process of squeezing out the "wolf’s milk" that had seeped into human nature It was this process that provided a relaxed climate at home and abroad for Reform and Opening Up gentle and humane grounds for restoring mutual affection among people and peaceful coexistence among those with different interests and values thereby providing encouragement in keeping with humanity for the bursting forth of creativity and the restoration of compassion among our countrymen One could say that relinquishing the "antiimperialist and antirevisionist" stance in foreign relations and "class struggle" at home has been the basic premise that has enabled Reform and Opening Up to continue to this very day The market trend in the economy the diversification of culture and the gradual shift in social order toward the rule of law have all benefitted from the weakening of the “enemy mentality" Even in the political arena where progress is slowest the weakening of the enemy mentality has led to an evergrowing tolerance for social pluralism on the part of the regime and substantial decrease in the force of persecution of political dissidents and the official designation of the 1989 Movement has also been changed from "turmoil and riot" to "political disturbance" The weakening of the enemy mentality has paved the way for the regime to gradually accept the universality of human rights In [1997 and] 1998 the Chinese government made a commitment to sign two major United Nations international human rights covenants signaling China’s acceptance of universal human rights standards In 2004 the National People’s Congress (NPC) amended the Constitution writing into the Constitution for the first time that "the state respects and guarantees human rights" signaling that human rights have already become one of the fundamental principles of China’s rule of law At the same time the current regime puts forth the ideas of “putting people first" and "Creating a harmonious society" signaling progress in the CPC’s concept of rule I have also been able to feel this progress on the macro level through my own personal experience since my arrest Although I continue to maintain that I am innocent and that the charges against me are unconstitutional during the one plus year since I have lost my freedom I have been locked up at two different locations and gone through four pretrial police interrogators three prosecutors and two judges but in handling my case they have not been disrespectful overstepped time limitations or tried to force a confession Their manner has been moderate and reasonable; moreover they have often shown goodwill On June 23 I was moved from a location where I was kept under residential surveillance to the Beijing Municipal Public Security Bureau’s No 1 Detention Center known as "Beikan" During my six months at Beikan I saw improvements in prison management In 1996 I spent time at the old Beikan (located at Banbuqiao) Compared to the old Beikan of more than a decade ago the present Beikan is a huge improvement both in terms of the "hardware" the facilities and the "software" the management In particular the humane management pioneered by the new Beikan based on respect for the rights an integrity of detainees has brought flexible management to bear on every aspect of the behavior of the correctional staff and has found expression in the "comforting broadcasts" Repentance magazine and music before meals on waking and at bedtime This style of management allows detainees to experience a sense of dignity and warmth and stirs their consciousness in maintaining prison order and opposing the bullies among inmates Not only has it provided a humane living environment for detainees it has also greatly improved the environment for their litigation to take place and their state of mind I’ve had close contact with correctional officer Liu Zheng who has been in charge of me in my cell and his respect and care for detainees could be seen in every detail of his work permeating his every word and deed and giving one a warm feeling It was perhaps my good fortune to have gotten to know this sincere honest conscientious and kind correctional officer during my time at Beikan It is precisely because of such convictions and personal experience that I firmly believe that China’s political progress will not stop and I filled with optimism look forward to the advent of a future free China For there is no force that can put an end to the human quest for freedom and China will in the end becomea nation ruled by law where human rights reign supreme I also hope that this sort of progress can be reflected in this trial as I await the impartial ruling of the collegial bench a ruling that will withstand the test of history If I may be permitted to say so the most fortunate experience of these past twenty years has been the selfless love I have received from my wife Liu Xia She could not be present as an observer in court today but I still want to say to you my dear that I firmly believe your love for me will remain the same as it has always been Throughout all these years that I have lived without freedom our love was full of bitterness imposed by outside circumstances but as I savor its aftertaste it remains boundless I am serving my sentence in a tangible prison while you wait in the intangible prison of the heart Your love is the sunlight that leaps over high walls and penetrates the iron bars of my prison window stroking every inch of my skin warming every cell of my body allowing me to always keep peace openness and brightness in my heart and filling every minute of my time in prison with meaning My love for you on the other hand is so full of remorse and regret that it at times makes me stagger under its weight I am an insensate stone in the wilderness whipped by fierce wind and torrential rain so cold that no one dares touch me But my love is solid and sharp capable of piercing through any obstacle Even if I were crushed into powder I would still use my ashes to embrace you My dear with your love I can calmly face my impending trial having no regrets about the choices I’ve made and optimistically awaiting tomorrow I look forward to [the day] when my country is a land with freedom of expression where the speech of every citizen will be treated equally well; where different values ideas beliefs and political views . can both compete with each other and peacefully coexist; where both majority and minority views will be equally guaranteed and where the political views that differ from those currently in power in particular will be fully respected and protected; where all political views will spread out under the sun for people to choose from where every citizen can state political views without fear and where no one can under any circumstances suffer political persecution for voicing divergent political views I hope that I will be the last victim of China’s endless literary inquisitions and that from now on no one will be incriminated because of speech Freedom of expression is the foundation of human rights the source of humanity and the mother of truth To strangle freedom of speech is to trample on human rights stifle humanity and suppress truth In order to exercise the right to freedom of speech conferred by the Constitution one should fulfill the social responsibility of a Chinese citizen There is nothing criminal in anything I have done [But] if charges are brought against me because of this I have no complaints Thank you everyone The entire text has been taken exactly as posted by the official website of the Nobel Prize and has not been edited by Firstpostin the absence of the context of their discovery, Rajinikanth will next join the sets of filmmaker Shankar’s magnum opus “2. convener.

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