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For all the latest News Archive News,and also helps needy musicians.He had bought two pressure cookers from a mall in the city. “If we had any idea, lawyers and others in Pimpri-Chinchwad.We are investigating all possible angles, said a senior officer Explosion theories Police said pressure in boilers used to heat aluminium to 200 degrees increasedcausing the explosion Sourceshoweversaid there was a strong LPG odour and the blast could have occurred due to use of illegal cylinders For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsPune | Published: February 9 2014 4:09 am Outgoing PMC chief is ‘satisfied withhis performance’ Related News Even as there is anger over the transfer of Shrikar Pardeshi in Pimpri-Chinchwad the situation is opposite in the PMC over the transfer of Municipal Commissioner Mahesh Pathak There is not even a whimper of protest though Pathak claims he is satisfied with his performance and lists his achievements The transfer of Pathak was due as he was set to complete three years in May “I rate the performance of Pathak as average as he did not do much for the city No public reaction to his transfer is an indication that he did not meet the expectations of citizens” said civic activist Vivek Velankar In fact Pathak would be remembered for shielding corrupt civic officials as a lot of irregularities came to light but he did not initiate strong action against any of them he added “Municipal commissioners are government employees but they have to leave a mark on the city with their initiatives to improve the life of citizens In case of Pathak there has been no change in the city” Velankar said The civic administration was relaxed and careless during the tenure of Pathak as it did not fear being taken to task and it affected the overall performance of the city he said Satish Khot of the National Society for Clean Cities said Pathak was sincere and hardworking but failed to do much for the city “There has been no change at the ground level and the concern of the public continues There was a lot of scope for him to show his capabilities as a good administrator but he could not” he said Pathak did manage to bring in funds for development projects but the implementation has not been up to the mark Khot said adding that the start of BRTS has been delayed while the issue of garbage disposal has cropped up after the failure of processing plants to treat the waste with full capacity He said Pathak did not take serious note of the irregularities in the real estate But Pathak claimed he was able to push the Metro rail project bring funds for water supply schemes in the city and was all set to start the BRTS on Nagar Road For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Radhika Singh | Published: July 27 2016 12:20 am A poster from the show Top News ONE can spot any number of posters while walking on the street in India Garish movie posters tuition class advertisements and vague-sounding job posters — all have their place But these stand in stark contrast to what is called the Polish Poster School a movement that started in the mid ’50s in Poland “It was characterised by posters that weren’t just effective communication tools but crossed over the boundary of design to become art” state Magdalena Frankowska and Artur Frankowski curators of the exhibition “Eye on Poland” at Mumbai’s Bhau Daji Lad Museum The exhibition showcases around 60 posters by contemporary Polish graphic designers in addition to their books exhibition catalogues and CD and vinyl record covers “The idea behind the exhibition is to show the viewer a wide range of design strategies that reflect the richness in current Polish graphic art” say the duo Moonmadness a Poland-based graphic design company is one such example Their posters often play around with the placement between letters using their shapes to catch the viewer’s attention One of their posters is for a jazz and experimental music festival called Jemp The letters J E M and P are placed in such a way that they hardly seem like letters at all but rather part of the instruments that feature on the poster The graphic design company Hipopotam Studio which has made images of maps is another instance of information-turned-art Fun drawings of animals landscapes and cultural icons make them more appealing According to Lokesh Karekar a Mumbai-based graphic design artist the posters in “Eye on Poland” use styles not usually seen in Western Europe “Graphic designers from the West use a very structured approach They follow their client’s instructions to put out a clear message that keeps their audience in mind Indian posters use loud colours and decorative designs to catch attention” says Karekar “However graphic artists from Poland pay attention to the essence of the topic and create something based on their own interpretation of it” continues Karekar Using individual artistic expressions is seen as being more effective and appealing to the viewer “The music posters in the exhibition bring out the exact emotion the band or performance is supposed to inspire” says Karekar Sam Kulavoor another Mumbai-based graphic designer agrees adding “The Polish posters are very conceptual — they are not as direct as posters you would normally find” Although artists such as Henryk Tomaszewski Roman Cielewicz Jan Lenica and Waldemar Wierzy set the scene for Polish graphic art with their vibrant colours and expressive styles this past decade has seen a dynamic development in Polish art say the curators The emergence of new cultural institutions and events means that younger graphic designers are inspired to explore new means of expression — while keeping in mind the innovative character of the Polish Poster School “It’s more in the realm of fine art than graphic design” says Karekar The exhibition is on till July 31 For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWashington: Amid the ongoing standoff between Indian and Chinese troops at the Doklam area in the Sikkim sector a former US diplomat has said that China needs to acknowledge that India is "a force to be reckoned with" and countries in the region are unsettled by Beijing’s behaviour "China I think needs to acknowledge the fact that there is growing strategic and security capability across Asia and certainly India is a force to be reckoned with" former Indian-American Assistant Secretary of State for South and Central Asia Nisha Desai Biswal told PTI in an interview Biswal who was Obama Administration’s point person for South and Central Asia in its second tern said that there has been a fair degree of assertive actions and signals being sent from China across many different border points maritime and land across its geography Representational image Reuters "While I understand that sentiment within China that I think seeks to try to assert China as a dominant player across the Asia-Pacific I think China has to content with the fact that across its geography throughout the Asia-Pacific region countries are unsettled by its behavior and by its unilateral actions" she said "China has more to gain through diplomacy and dialogue than it does through these kinds of actions which create a great deal of unease and uncertainty" Biswal said responding to questions on India-China border standoff Biswal said cross Asia nations are stepping forward to assert their interests and their rights "So now is an important time to create some greater codification of the rules and to create more channels for dialogue and diplomacy to address some of these areas of tension and differences on how various boundary and maritime claims are resolved" she said She exuded confidence that the leaders of the two countries would be able to prevent further escalation of the situation "China is a very mature and calibrated power It’s not a rogue actor in any sense of the word And certainly I think that the Indian side has also acted with a great deal of resolve and a great deal of restraint" she said "While there are tensions afoot I do believe that both countries have it within themselves to resolve those tensions to diffuse those tensions It is in the interest of both countries in their security interest and in their economic interest to manage these tensions and to ensure that there are avenues for peaceful and amicable resolution" she added The US she noted certainly has a role to play in it by ensuring that the international rules are followed "Certainly I think that the US by standing firm on its commitment towards the rules-based international order and the importance of dialogue and dispute resolution can signal its own strong preference for these kinds of mechanisms to de-escalate and to resolve differences" she said "I think the US has stood very firmly against the kinds of unilateral actions to settle disputed claims which we have done very strongly with respect to maritime claims and which we continue to stand behind with respect to land boundary claims" Biswal said "India has proven itself to be willing and be able to resolve issues through arbitration through negotiation through dialogue and diplomacy and we would hope and expect that China would show itself capable of doing the same" she said Implications of any further escalation are grave she warned in response to a question "I think it’s not useful to speculate on escalation The implications are very grave I think that as two very responsible military powers and nuclear powers that both countries understand that They understand the obligation that they have to manage tensions and to de-escalate and we have a firm belief and expectation that they will do so" she said By: Reuters | Published: June 29 2017 5:37 pm Jamie Murray and his doubles partner Bruno Soares who also won in Stuttgart hope to win their third grand slam title together at next week’s Wimbledon (Source : Reuters) Top News Doubles specialist Jamie Murray believes ATP must focus on the long-term future of the game and not just promote the ‘big four’ of men’s tennis that include his brother Andy The 31-year-old Scot who won the Queen’s Club doubles title with Brazilian Bruno Soares said the constant focus on the top players was undermining the quality of tennis the rest of the field was capable of producing on the tour The men’s singles field is dominated by Andy Murray Novak Djokovic Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal with only five of the last 40 grand slam crowns have eluded the quartet “The ATP have pushed these four guys (Andy Murray Novak Djokovic Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal) which means the problem is that anyone not in the top ten isn’t very good and that’s not true” Jamie told the Times “Andy lost last week to Jordan Thompson who (was) 90 in the world and everyone says it’s the worst loss ever but the guy winning the US Open golf could be 100th in the world and no one says anything but ‘well played’ “When people think of tennis they think of the four players at the top of the game The sport isn’t promoted the players are — and that will be a problem when these guys stop playing” The top three seeds Andy Murray Stan Wawrinka and Milos Raonic made early exits at the Queen’s Club last week but Jamie believes the tournament still had players in the draw that produced quality tennis for the rest of the week “At the Queen’s the top three seeds lost on the Tuesday in the first round and everyone was panicking saying it’s a disaster for the tournament” he added “But you got an incredible final that was really exciting (the 35-year-old Feliciano Lopez beating Marin Cilic in three sets)” Jamie and his doubles partner Soares who also won in Stuttgart earlier this month hope to win their third grand slam title together at next week’s Wimbledon For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Somya Lakhani | New Delhi | Published: May 12 2017 5:09 am The Dara Shikoh library at Kashmere Gate (Source: Amit Mehra) Top News IN THE midst of a vibrant university in the heart of Delhi exists a time warp A forgotten building the corridors of the Dara Shikoh library — part of the Ambedkar University (AUD) campus in Kashmere Gate — house two architectural influences as the arches from the Mughal era confront the pillars that define the colonial period The crumbling structure with plaster peeling off the walls and an injured roof is now undergoing some cosmetic changes “The plan is to re-plaster the walls with lime after removing the modern paint and fix the terrace It will be made waterproof” said Ajay Kumar Director Proj-ects Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage (INTACH) Although work has already begun and is expected to be over in a few months officials at INTACH aren’t entirely pleased “We had earlier proposed a museum at the library to the state archeology department but nothing came of it I still hope it will take shape as that would make most use of this historic building” said Dr Swapna Liddle convener INTACH The library was built in 1637 for and named after the eldest son of emperor Shahjahan — Dara Shikoh It however stopped serving that purpose in the 19th century when the first “western style Delhi college was housed here in 1844” informed Liddle A hub of modern science and mathematics it was destroyed during the revolt of 1857 “It was seen as a symbol of British rule and that’s why it was destroyed and never recovered” said Kumar For years now it has been the office of the state archeology department and also a museum of sorts “Most of the artifacts confiscated by the Customs Depart-ment are kept here They belong to different eras and have nothing to do with Dara Shikoh or Delhi” said an official overlooking civic work at the library There is ambiguity on whether AUD’s Neighbourhood Museum Project run by the Centre for Community Knowledge (CCK) will find itself in the library or not once conservation work is over “For the last few years we’ve been collecting stories memories and history of Delhi — from Mehruali and Aya Nagar to Nizamuddin and rural Delhi I can’t comment on whether it will be on display at the Dara Shikoh library or not” said Surajit Sarkar associate professor and coordinator CCK AUD Outside the gates of AUD stands Delhi’s oldest church St James and this too is undergoing restoration work Built in 1836 the church is listed as Grade-I under the North Delhi Municipal Corporation “In the late ‘90s-early 2000s there was some work done here — the dome had a bad leak Now the foundation is damaged and needs to be repaired” said Liddle INTACH feels there is more work that needs to be done at the church — from restoration of precious art work to the Mughal-style brick masonry This means a higher budget The second phase of work involves the rest and that maybe done with the help of crowdfunding Inside the church a stack of brochures on the conservation project asks people to come forward with donations It reads “We appeal to individuals…NGOs…to contribute generously towards this project and help us save this historical monument of Delhi” For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by PTI | New Delhi | Published: March 13 2013 10:06 pm Related News Dressed in an elegant black sequined one-shoulder gownBollywood actress Preity Zinta sashayed down the ramp for her friend and designer Surily Goel on the first day of Wills India Fashion Week here The 38-year-old actress and the designer had previously worked together in films like “Salaam Namaste” and “Jaan-E-Mann” Goel is also the official designer of Zinta’s IPL team Kings XI Punjab “Surily is my favourite designer and I am not saying this because she is a friend Surily has so much versatility and that is what is commendable about her “I love what I am wearing and I think her clothes compliment me The last time I wore a saree designed by her at ‘Jab Tak Hai Jaan’s’ premiere and I received many compliments for it” Zinta said Asked about today’s attirethe actress said”I love wearing gowns and I love this one It is both formal and informal I can wear it at a red carpet event and also for a party In fact I have asked Surily to let me wear it once to a party before selling it off” Zintawho was last seen on the big screen in 2008 film “Heroes”was set to make a comeback last year with her maiden production venture “Ishkq In Paris” But the film’s release got delayed “My director got sick and that is why we had to postpone the release of the film We are doing the post production of the film but we are yet to decide on a date for release I am keeping my fingers crossed right now” she said Goel’s autumn winter collection was titled the “Spice Story”which has been inspired by the dark and deep jewel tones “My collection is the Spice story and I have taken inspiration from jewel tones That is why you saw a lot of blackgoldgreen and red” she said For all the latest 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“I have requested Captain saab to call me every week for a meeting so that we can coordinate and the public work does not suffer, Guwahati,winning a series as captain in 2007, Meanwhile, But Rollins was unavailable for tests on April 27,September 13 and September 27 for reasons that appear in the written report by the panel from the American Arbitration Association that heard her appeal to be mix-ups A statement released by her representatives said at least one of the missed tests was the result of confusion over the computer program used to give whereabouts to drug testing officials While the panel found that a violation had indeedoccurred in their written decision they noted that the case involved “the imposition of a serious penalty on a brilliantathlete who is not charged or suspected of using banned substances of any kind” “This is a first offense she had been frequently testedfor years and she has a perfect drug-free record both in andout-of-competition” the panel said of Rollins “Her cleantests included an out-of-competition test on May 3 2016 (six days after Incident One) and an out-of-competition test onOctober 14 2016 (31 and 17 days respectively after Incidents Two and Three)” The arbitrators added that Rollins showed “no evidence of avoiding testing masking drug use or using drugs” The abitrators noted that two of the violations cameafter Rollins’ Rio victory when she was traveling in oneinstance to her home state of Florida to be honored and inanother to be received by US President Barack Obama honorsthat “could reasonably distract her from her quotidian (though important) responsibilities” They ruled that Rollins had shown “the least degree of fault” and therefore made her suspension for one year only the least allowable penalty “It is with my deepest regrets that I will have to miss the 2017 outdoor season” Rollins said in a statement “Iaccept full responsibility for the mistakes that have led tomy suspension and am disappointed that I will have to missthis coming outdoor season as a result of my confusion over how the whereabouts program worked “I have always been and continue to be a supporter ofUSADA and their fight to keep our sport clean and I willcontinue to do my part to prove that success can be achieved without taking any shortcuts … I will accept the sanction and work to prepare myself for my return in 2018” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsPublished: July 1 2016 7:41 pm H S Prannoy recovered from a second game slump to eke out a win over Canada’s BR Sankeerth (Source: PTI) Top News Indian shuttlers continued their good run at the Canada Open with six singles players including Ajay Jayaram and H S Prannoy reaching the quarterfinals of the USD 55000 Grand Prix badminton tournament Top seed Ajay Jayaram brushed aside Austria’s David Obernosterer 21-10 21-12 to set up a clash with fellow IndianHarsheel Dani who defeated another India shuttler Pratul Joshi 21-9 21-18 in a men’s singles match In another pre-quarterfinal match second seed H S Prannoy recovered from a second game slump to eke out a hard-fought 21-18 18-21 21-12 win over Canada’s BR Sankeerth He will face seventh seed Brice Leverdez of France next Fourth seed B Sai Praneeth too reached the quarterfinals after beating Canada’s Wenchao Shi 21-19 21-12 He will face eighth seed Raul Must of Estonia who ended the campaign of RMV Gurusaidutt beating the Indian 21-12 7-2121-17 in another match In women’s singles 2015 National Champion Ruthvika Shivani Gadde edged past Austria’s Elisabeth Baldauf 24-22 21-18 to set up a fight with fourth seeded Linda Zetchiri of Bulgaria Senior Nationals runners-up Tanvi Lad saw off USA’s Maya Chen 21-14 21-15 to set up a meeting with another AmericanIris Wang seeded third Rio-bound women’s doubles pair of Jwala Gutta and Ashwini Ponnappa will take on Australia’s Leanne Choo and RachelHonderich of Canada in the quarterfinals after the top seeds were given a bye in the first round Top seeded men’s doubles pair of Manu Attri and B Sumeeth Reddy will take on Canada’s Ted Chin Tai Chen and ChineseTaipei’s Liao Chao Hsiang The Rio-bound Indian men’s pair defeated local combo of Timothy Chiu and Jason Ho-Shue 21-821-10 in a pre-quarterfinal match Mixed doubles pair of Manu Attri and Ashwini Ponnappa defeated Canadian combo of Jonathan Lai and Michelle Tong21-14 21-12 and will square up against fourth seeds Nico Ruponen and Amanda Hogstrom of Sweden Another Indian women’s doubles pair of Jakkampudi Meghana and S Poorvisha Ram will face Chinese Taipei’s Hung Yi-Tingand Su Hsiang Ling after getting a bye in the opening round For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Gurgaon | Published: January 22 2017 12:58 am Top News The body of a 25-year-old student who “appears to have been shot dead” was found in Gurgaon’s Palam Vihar Saturday morning police said According to police a passerby discovered the body at 8 am near Bajghera village in Sector 114 The deceased has been identified as Lokesh a resident of a village near Najafgarh “The deceased was a student and often came to Bajghera village to visit his aunt who lives there” said assistant sub-inspector Mukesh Kumar “He appears to have been shot on the right side of his head towards the back but only the post-mortem report which is expected on Sunday can confirm this and reveal further details” said Kumar For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsMargao: Bottom-placed FC Goa and defending champions Chennaiyin FC both with no chance of qualifying to the Indian Super League (ISL) football semi-finals will play for pride in their final group stage match here on Thursday FC Goa’s Sahil Tavora Image credit: Twitter/@FCGoa Goa are at the bottom with 11 points from 13 matches and even if they win their last game against Chennaiyin FC they will finish below all teams It will be a league to forget for Goa coach Zico Chennaiyin with two more points than Goa are just placed above them in the standings They are are also out of the semi-final contention They will look to finish as high as possible with a victory against Goa at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium Goa played Chennaiyin in last year’s final and lost 2-3 after conceding two late goals In the last game Goa were hammered 1-5 by Delhi Dynamos and coach Zico will want to finish with a positive result "Delhi is a very good team very compact; they know how to play their game In the first half we held them but in the second they found their way The other thing is that when there is a motivation factor you play in a certain way like if the team is in the hunt for semis… We had nothing like that going for us so that also played a role" Zico said on Wednesday while explaining the huge defeat Chennaiyin were in the race for a place in semi-finals until they conceded a goal in the last minute as NorthEast United FC snatched a 3-3 draw in their last game That result pushed Chennaiyin out of the race and coach Marco Materazzi was left to rue goals they continued at the end Despite being knocked out Materazzi said he was proud of his team’s efforts and highlighted the achievements in the first three years "If somebody told me three years ago that come to India and you will reach the semi-finals in the first year and win in the second year and we would go out like this in the third year I would still sign up So I am happy about the performance (against NorthEast United) and now we can play as good as we can in the next game against Goa" said Materazzi Beijing:China on Mondaysaid it is ready to wait some more time for India to shed its "misgivings" and join the Belt and Road Initiative a pet project of Chinese president Xi Jinping Beijing also emphasised that integration of the $50 billion China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) over which India has raised objections as it passes through Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK) with the Bangladesh-China-India-Myanmar (BCIM) economic corridor will synergise its mega Belt and Road Initiative "I have to point out that some persons in India have misgivings and doubts about the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI)" Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson Geng Shuang told reporters in Beijing File image of Prime Minister Narendra Modi with Chinese president Xi Jinping Reuters "They are still watching and quivering about this initiative We can wait a little bit more for the Indian side The BRI is an important opportunity The facts have proven that one will benefit more if one can participate in this initiative as early as possible" he said India skipped China’s high-profile Belt and Road Forum in May due to its sovereignty concerns over the CPEC which passes through PoK Geng said the CPEC and the BCIM are both important cooperation projects under the framework of the BRI "If they can be jointly advanced and integrated to form a synergy with other projects of the BRI they will be able to bring more benefits and welfare to the local people" he said Geng was responding to a question on the recent document called ‘Vision for Maritime Cooperation under the Belt and Road Initiative’ released by the Chinese government which has proposed to connect CPEC and BCIM corridors The document released recently said "In line with the priorities of the 21st Century Maritime Silk Road China will deepen ocean cooperation by fostering closer ties with countries along the Road supported by the coastal economic belt in China Ocean cooperation will focus on building the China-Indian Ocean-Africa- Mediterranean Sea Blue Economic Passage by linking the China-Indochina Peninsula Economic Corridor running westward from the South China Sea to the Indian Ocean and connecting the CPEC and BCIM" Reiterating the stand that the CPEC is an economic initiative and it has nothing to do with the Kashmir issue Geng said it is not targeted at any third party The Belt and Road initiative includes a maze of roads and port projects While the CPEC is highlighted as "flagship project" the BRI includes the Bangladesh China India and Myanmar (BCIM) Economic Corridor New Eurasian Land Bridge China-Mongolia-Russia Economic Corridor China-Indochina Peninsula Economic Corridor and 21st century Maritime Silk Road New Delhi:East Bengal pumped in two quick goals in the space of three minutes to beat a spirited Indian Arrows 2-0 in a fast-paced match and consolidate their position at the top of I-League points table on Tuesday The visiting Kolkata heavyweights scored through Syrian Mahmoud Al Amna (13th minute) and Japanese midfield general Katsumi Yusa (16th) to walk away with three points at the Ambedkar Stadium East Bengal’s Katsumi Yusa tries to dribble past Indian Arrows’ Aniket Jadhav Image courtesy: Twitter @IndianFootball With this win their fifth in eight matches East Bengal maintain their top spot with 17 points The Indian Arrows on the other hand drop down to seventh in the 10-team league table with seven points from seven matches The Arrows had come into the home match with confidence after defeating Shillong Lajong 3-0 and drawing Mohun Bagan 1-1 in Kolkata in their previous match but they were beaten by a superior side The AIFF’s developmental side coached by Luis Norton de Matos and made up mostly of India’s U-17 World Cup players were outplayed by their more experienced opponents in the first half They came back strongly in an evenly-contested second half but a goal eluded them as they failed to give finishing touches in crucial moments East Bengal players gave the youngsters very little space and whenever the Arrows players held the ball they were chased around That tactic gave dividends for the Khalid Jamil-coached East Bengal as the Arrows players appeared to be unsettled and were unable to keep the ball for long The absence of Arrows midfield duo of Amarjit Singh and Jeakson Singh was felt as East Bengal dominated the centre of the park with Katsumi operating as the lynchpin for the Kolkata side Prabhsukhan Singh Gill manned the Arrows goal as number one goalkeeper Dheeraj Singh has left the team Arrows captain Amarjit Singh received a red card after his second bookable offence in their previous match against Mohun Bagan while Jeakson was injured in the same match on 29 December The first half saw East Bengal do all the attacking with the Arrows citadel being threatened on many occasions East Bengal took the lead from a set piece after Abhishek Halder’s foul on Katsumi Yusa and Arrows defenders were guilty of letting in the goal Al-Amna took the free-kick from the left edge of the box and the ball hit the net of the first post with the Arrows defenders caught napping Three minutes later Katsumi curled in a beauty into the top right corner of the net beating an out of position Arrows goalie in the air after a cross from the right beat all the home side defenders De Matos brought in Suresh Singh Wangjam in place of Abhishek Halder at halftime and the Arrows played better in the second half appearing a much more compact side The Arrows kept possession and threatened the East Bengal citadel in the 50th minute but striker Edmund Lalrindika’s effort came to nought as he was closed down and denied to take a shot deep inside the box after he got the better of two East Bengal defenders In the 57th minute Sanjeev Stalin’s corner kick was headed in towards goal by Anwar Ali but Abhijit Sarkar’s back-heel effort was saved by a diving East Bengal custodian Luis Barreto However the attacking danger of the visiting team was still looming In the 62nd minute Laldanmawia Ralte’s header off a Katsumi cross earned a top-class save from goalie Gill Katsumi’s another effort from a tight angle was kept out by Gill in the 74th minute as East Bengal looked to extend their lead Washington: US president Donald Trumptookto Twitter to denounce reports that the Russia investigation is widening to examine whether he tried to obstruct justice In a tweet onThursday Trumpsaid: "They made up a phony collusion with the Russians story found zero proof so now they go for obstruction of justice on the phony story Nice" They made up a phony collusion with the Russians story found zero proof so now they go for obstruction of justice on the phony story Nice — Donald J Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 15 2017 He also tweeted: You are witnessing the single greatest WITCH HUNT in American political history – led by some very bad and conflicted people #MAGA — Donald J Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 15 2017 File image of US president Donald Trump AP The president didn’t clarify what exactly he was referring to in the early morning tweet however he has frequently described reports about possible ties between members of his campaign and Russia as a "witch hunt" "#MAGA" is the acronym referring to his campaign slogan Make America Great Again The Washington Post reported late on Wednesday that special counsel Robert Mueller is seeking interviews with three Trumpadministration officials who weren’t involved in Trump’scampaign Those officials are: Dan Coats the director of national intelligence; Michael Rogers the head of the National Security Agency; and Richard Ledgett the former NSA deputy director Accusations of obstruction arose last month when Trumpfired FBI Director James Comey Comey told Congress last week that he believed he was fired "because of the Russia investigation" while the other calls itself proudly Hindu and “Indian” and its opponents Marxist and pseudo-secular. 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