Virat Kohli lambastes reporter says India-Pakistan clash 'just another game'

Virat Kohli lambastes reporter says India-Pakistan clash 'just another game'

The hype created around is not in our control. "We have nothing to lose, we just want to play our natural game. My only motivation is to keeping winning games for my country", while speaking about his poor performance. They were enjoying batting alongside each other. Bangladesh captain Mashrafe Mortaza, AB de Villiers, Hashim Amla and New Zealand's Ross Taylor would also like to make it a memorable tournament.

Corbyn says police should use "whatever force is necessary" to save lives

The Conservatives leader has come under pressure in recent days for her police cuts in light of the horrific terrorist attacks in London and Manchester over the past month. The Tories claim they are "providing recording funding for counter-terror policing" and that it is not only frontline officer numbers that should be used to judge support for security.

Gulf Nations Lead Push To Isolate Qatar

Qatar hosts the largest USA airbase in the region, which is crucial to operations against Islamic State group jihadists, and is set to host the 2022 football World Cup. Saudi Arabia has itself been accused of supporting terrorism, not least by Trump himself, who has accused Saudi Arabia of being behind the September 11, 2001 attacks in America.

Trump to embrace privatization of air traffic control system

The White House's focus on air traffic control is likely a combination of convenience and comfort level. House of Representatives Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi said in a statement that Trump was recycling "a exhausted Republican plan that both sides of the aisle have rejected" and would "hand control of one of our nation's most important public assets to special interests and the big airlines".

Arab nations cut ties with Qatar in new Mideast crisis

Back in 2014, Saudi Arabia , Bahrain and the UAE withdrew their ambassadors from Qatar for several months in protest over alleged interference in their affairs. A Qatar Airways representative was not immediately available for comment. "The campaign of incitement is based on lies that had reached the level of complete fabrications", the Qatari foreign ministry said in a statement.