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had intimated the UT estate office that the migrants were occupying the houses illegally.s alleged the girls were sexually abused. and then made available to the public, concluded Sorensen For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsStruggling striker Edinson Cavani came off the bench to score the winner as Paris Saint-Germain beat Chelsea 2-1 in a pulsating first leg in the last 16 of the Champions League on Tuesday Cavani who has lost his place in the side in recent weeks latched onto a superb pass over Chelsea’s stretched defense from winger Angel Di Maria and slotted through the legs of goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois from a narrow angle in the 78th minute "I’m happy for Eddy I’ve said it often because people doubt his scoring abilities but he’s always shown he can score goals" PSG coach Laurent Blanc said "He was going through a very difficult period and I hope that scoring this goal gives him his confidence back" Zlatan Ibrahimovic put PSG ahead with a powerful free-kick in the 39th minute only for Chelsea to level on the stroke of halftime with a rare goal from midfielder John Obi Mikel Edinson Cavani came off the bench to score the winner as PSG beat Chelsea AP Courtois made a string of saves to keep Chelsea in contention heading into the second leg and Spanish winger Pedro almost spoiled the home celebrations in injury time with a rasping drive into the side netting "This is a very strong PSG so I think the performance of our players was very good" Chelsea coach Guus Hiddink said "But we could have been more lethal in the four or five counters that we made" PSG is unbeaten in domestic competition since March and in all competitions since a 1-0 reverse away to Real Madrid in the group stage on 3 November— a run of 23 games Still Blanc’s side could regret a host of missed chances and Chelsea will fancy its chances at Stamford Bridge in three weeks’ time "It’s up to us to go and score at Stamford Bridge we will get chances and we must take them" Blanc said Chelsea knocked out PSG in the quarterfinals two years ago and PSG won when they met at the same stage last season — with both ties settled on away goals PSG’s preparations for the match were rocked by a scandal involving right back Serge Aurier who was suspended by the club for insulting Blanc and some teammates in an expletive-filled online video But Blanc’s side came out with plenty of energy with midfielder Marco Verratti forcing a save from Courtois and Brazilian winger Lucas shooting wide Chelsea’s makeshift defense — missing injured center-halves John Terry and Kurt Zouma — was often caught in two minds whether to sit back or push up on their opponents Thankfully for the visitors left back Cesar Azpilicueta cut out Di Maria’s defense-splitting pass to Lucas as he was breaking into the area But the visitors almost took a shock lead in the 23rd only for PSG goalkeeper Kevin Trapp to brilliantly push Diego Costa’s header onto the crossbar following left back Abdul Baba Rahman’s drifting cross PSG attacked next but Ibrahimovic — having done well to peel off his marker — delivered a poor downward header that startled Courtois only because it was so weak Di Maria wasted another opportunity but the breakthrough came after Lucas was fouled by Mikel some 25 meters out and Ibrahimovic’s powerful free-kick clipped Mikel’s leg and wrong-footed Courtois Ibrahimovic’s intense joy at scoring was understandable too given that he was harshly sent off during the first half in the second leg last season But PSG’s defense so rarely tested in the French league paid the price for poor marking when Costa rose brilliantly above Ibrahimovic to flick on a corner the ball fell to Mikel and he blasted past Trapp "I think the big regret tonight is conceding this goal right on halftime" Blanc said "I was quite angry about that We gave the ball away four or five times before their goal" While Ibrahimovic scores for fun it was Mikel’s seventh goal in 361 career club appearances Chelsea’s gleeful support chanted "You’re not singing anymore" and from the restart Chelsea could have scored again when Willian played in Costa But he opened his foot too much allowing Trapp to guess the angle of his shot Courtois was much busier stopping efforts from Di Maria and Ibrahimovic and unlocking his giant frame to superbly palm away Di Maria’s curling shot But Cavani pounced to hand Hiddink his first defeat since replacing Jose Mourinho in mid-December "Of course a defeat is never a good or nice feeling but scoring away is always good" Hiddink said "We are still in the race" Benfica edges Zenit 1-0 with late goal Benficas Andre Almeida fights for the ball against Zenit’s Oleg Shatov AP Jonas scored in added time to give Benfica a dramatic 1-0 win over 10-man Zenit St Petersburg in the Champions League on Tuesday heading home a free kick awarded after Domenico Criscito was shown a red card for the visitors Brazilian striker Jonas Benfica’s and the Portuguese league’s top scorer netted for the 26th time this season with a glancing header from a free kick in 91st minute That was awarded after Criscito picked up his second yellow card of the game for a foul on Andre Almeida Neither team really shone in the first leg last 16 game at the Stadium of Light in Lisbon though the win spared Benfica what looked likely to be a goalless draw and a tough time in Russia Zenit despite not playing an official game since December due to its domestic league’s winter layoff produced a confident performance to keep Benfica at bay for 90 minutes Zenit’s Portuguese coach Andre Villas-Boas rued what he saw as a missed chance to return to Russia with a blank scoresheet "We’ll need to create more chances than today" he said "We held on well . We weren’t as good in the second half" "It was a fair result" Benfica coach Rui Vitoria said "We wanted a bigger win but we didn’t concede a goal and that’s important" Benfica is looking to advance from the last 16 for the first time in four years while Zenit is pursuing its first quarterfinal appearance Benfica had most of the possession but Argentine playmaker Nicolas Gaitan’s neat footwork went nowhere against the visitor’s composed defense With Hulk tightly marked Zenit turned to Danny’s pace to try and break through without success Benfica looked dangerous in the 18th as Almeida broke down the right but when he turned the ball inside Pizzi hesitated before attempting a weak chip over goalkeeper Yuri Lodygin At the other end Axel Witsel produced a low shot in the 52nd shot that forced Benfica keeper Julio Cesar to dive quickly down to his right With 20 minutes to go Gaitan beat two defenders before blasting the ball against Lodygin from short range Just as the match looked destined to finish in deadlock Jonas rose to give Benfica a valuable lead for the second leg in three weeks’ time With inputs from AP Berlin: German chancellor Angela Merkel announced her intention to seek an end to EU membership talks with Turkey during her sole face-to-face TV showdown with challenger Martin Schulz on Sunday putting ties with Ankara centre-stage in Germany’s election campaign In a sharp escalation of an already intensifying diplomatic crisis between two NATO allies with longstanding historical links Merkel said: "It is clear that Turkey should not become a member of the European Union" She said she will discuss with EU counterparts to see if "we can end these membership talks" adding that "I don’t see (Turkey) ever joining and I had never believed that it would happen" Germany will also look at imposing "real restrictions on economic contact" with Turkey as well as possibly issuing a tougher travel warning against travel to the country she said File image of German chancellor Angela Merkel AP Merkel’s tough line comes after Ankara arrested two more German nationals for "political reasons" according to Berlin The plunge in bilateral relations began after Germany sharply criticised Ankara over the crackdown that followed 2016’s failed coup attempt there The escalating tensions have split the Turkish community in Europe’s top economy the largest Turkish diaspora abroad which is a legacy of Germany’s "guest worker" programme of the 1960s and 70s Merkel’s strong stance against Turkey appeared to steal the show from Schulz who had minutes earlier called for an end to the EU membership talks Polls published after the televised debate put the chancellor ahead in the crucial clash Merkel ahead in polls Merkel’s CDU party and their Bavarian CSU allies are commanding a strong 17-percentage point lead over the SPD ahead of the 24 September polls But with almost half the voters still undecided three weeks before the elections the straight-talking Schulz had been pinning his hopes on the prime-time TV showdown hoping to sway millions to his cause and halt a devastating popularity slide A former European Parliament chief Schulz enjoyed a surge in support shortly after taking the helm of the SPD in January only to see that initial excitement fade away But two separate surveys conducted after the debate put Merkel ahead with 55 percent saying in the ARD poll that she was more convincing compared to just 35 percent for Schulz A ZDF survey was closer but still had Merkel ahead with 32 percent against 29 percent who thought Schulz performed better During their 90-minute debate four seasoned TV presenters tossed wide-ranging questions to the two top politicians ranging from Germany’s migration crisis to relations with US President Donald Trump to pensions Schulz who had previously complained that Merkel was lulling voters to sleep with her refusal to engage in combative debate went on the offensive quickly On the hot-button topic of migration he accused Merkel of failing to coordinate plans with EU neighbours when she decided to open Germany’s borders in 2015 to allow in refugees many from war-torn Syria and Iraq But Merkel countered that: "In the life of a chancellor there comes a time when you have to make a quick decision" Recounting the situation when hundreds of thousands of refugees were blocked at the Hungarian border she said she "had no hope that (Hungarian prime minister) Viktor Orban would change his mind" over his tough stance against refugees Given a minute for a closing speech at the end of the debate Merkel turned back to her now-infamous slogan "we’ll manage this" that had marked the refugee crisis "I believe that we will manage this together" she told viewers as she asked them for their support at the ballot boxes on 24 September Visiting Aleppo Iran’s Velayati hails allies’ gains in Syria | Reuters World Reuters Nov 08 2017 23:17:53 IST Comment 0 Tweet This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed Published Date: Nov 08 2017 23:17 PM | Updated Date: Nov 08 2017 23:17 PM Tags : #Reuters Also See New Delhi: PCB chief Shahryar Khan has asserted that Pakistan cricket in past few years has survived without playing India and it will continue to survive in case the BCCI backs out of the series slated to be held in the UAE in December The PCB and BCCI has signed an MoU to play six series between 2015 and 2023 However PCB is yet to get the Indian board’s response on its letter last week asking them to honour the ‘binding agreement’ Asked whether he sees the arch-rivals resuming on field ties in December Khan gave a brisk reply File picture of Shahryar Khan AFP "Well it depends on your government Your board has signed an agreement with us that we will play in December They said we will have to get permission from the government We have written to the BCCI asking them honour the agreement We are not running after them We are just saying you have signed something so please honour your signature" the former diplomat told PTI The PCB has often been criticised at home for reaching out to BCCI time and again for resumption of ties The great Javed Miandad went on to say that PCB must not play India at the cost of self-respect Reiterating that politics and sports should not be mixed Khan made it clear that Pakistan will survive irrespective of the future of the high-voltage series "Suppose for political reasons the Indian government decides against playing Pakistan it doesn’t mean we will go bankrupt We will survive If we have survived without India-Pakistan cricket for the last so many years we will continue to survive Yes it will be a setback but that is about it" said the 81-year-old candidly Like in the past the Indian government will have a final say on the popular matter but going by the recent tweet of BCCI secretary and BJP MP Anurag Thakur it doesn’t make the fans on either of the side of border any more hopeful "We have nothing to do with Dawood Ibrahim Our government has made it clear time and again that he is not in Pakistan It is a part of political ups and downs Cricket is one way we can build up better relations" said Khan when asked about Thakur’s controversial tweet last month "Dawood in Karachi NSA wants to meet separatists here Are you really serious about peace and you expect we’ll play cricket with you" Thakur had posted Khan said that there can’t be a deadline on Indo-Pak cricketing matters as most decisions are taken in 11th hour but he is hoping for a positive response from BCCI and the Indian government "The Pakistan government is in favour of cricketing ties with India It is time for the Indian government to take a stand "Politics and cricket should be kept aside There will always be ups and downs in India-Pakistan ties We also came and played on your soil in 1999 when the atmosphere was tense the public gave huge support to us wherever we went "Then you came here after a long break in 2004 I have written to Jagmohan Dalmiya that you made it happen then (2004) you can make it happen now In fact cricket led to improvement in the relations between the two countries "The India-Pakistan series is the most watched event in the sporting world You can’t deprive the fans from both sides from watching their cricketers" said Khan The Bhopal-born administrator also clarified that he never said that India should reward Pakistan for supporting the powerful body in its joint takeover of the ICC alongside Australia and England PTI” revealed Nana. the accused didn’t turn up till evening, finished 8) Abhinav Bindra (10m air rifle) Qualifying score in 2015: 627. 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