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The UNDP office,” Meanwhile, he is all set to star opposite Kareena Kapoor in Veere Di Wedding.theatres, The tour will bring him to the city on Wednesday,ll be inserting into the tunes to keep them fresh and in a way that you wouldn’t have on the released versions, he says Kaul will perform at The Scene at Arc Asia on Wednesday8 pm onwards For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsHere’s further proof that Virender Sehwag isn’t fearful of taking on Shoaib Akhtar be it on the cricket field with a bat in hand or on social media with a Twitter app in tow On Tuesday evening the Indian men’s hockey team took on arch-rivals Pakistan in a group match at the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup And it was as one-sided as recent matches between the two countries on the cricket pitch The Indian men put five goals past their Pakistani counterparts and the only thing one could have said about the match was that it’s surprising the margin wasn’t higher Virender Sehwag was quick to take a dig at the Rawalpindi Express and barely had the final whistle been sounded that he took to his Twitter account and posted a message: Sorry @shoaib100mph bhai hockey mai bhi mauka haath se nikal gaya #IndBeatsPakpictwittercom/xgrPjkTpSX — Virender Sehwag (@virendersehwag) April 12 2016 The tweet was referencing a famous advertisement rolled outahead of the 2015 World Cup which spoke about Pakistan’s historic inability to beat India in World Cup matches However not everybody who dared to bring it up around Shoaib Akhtar has gone home unscathed The last person to try doing so was television presenter Jatin Sapru who tried playing the catchy jingle following India’s World T20 win over Pakistan last month Shoaib didn’t appreciate the reference though and censuredSapru for mocking Pakistan following a loss Watch the video here: Shoaib akhtar angry on laughing Indian anchor. by apakistani However the Rawalpindi Express has clearly mellowed down in the last one month Maybe the hockey team’s loss didn’t rankle him as much as Shahid Afridi and Co’s capitulation Or maybe Sehwag just caught him in a goodmood But while Sapru’s attempts at mocking Pakistan didn’t go down well with Shoaib Sehwag’s tweetwas met with banter Shoaib responded to Viru’s tweet: "Whatever my brother Viru say he’s forgiven. but insists that he has no intention of still being a coach in his seventies.s girlfriend Shreya Verma told some of his friends about her disappearance but Raghuveer allegedly said it was ? sharing two century-plus partnerships with Murali?” The New Zealanders have brought in veteran offspinner?

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S.S. were the biggest constraint "It was too hard the market is too small and profits were pretty small beer compared to the fines they could get" said Turnell "You had great difficulty just moving money in and out of the country" The garment industry could be one of the biggest beneficiaries of the end to sanctions The United States stopped giving Myanmar special market access under the Generalized System of Preferences in 1989 due to worker rights concerns When those benefits are restored on 13 November it will regain the right to export about 5000 products to the United States duty-free Nay Aung whose travel services company Oway has launched a car-booking app that is providing about 500-600 rides a day in Yangon is hoping that will help drive an export boom "If multinationals come in we will benefit" he said "For us if the country grows we are the beneficiary of those investments" Myanmar was governed by a military junta for more than a half-century Nearly five years since it began its shift toward a civilian government and a year since Suu Kyi’s National League for Democracy party won a landslide election the country is still just beginning to develop a modern financial sector and rebuild its crumbling roads ports and buildings many of which date to Britain’s colonial rule The new leadership is grappling with extreme poverty civil war with several ethnic minorities rampant corruption and narcotics and human trafficking Massive illegal trade in goods like jade and timber continues The sanctions were just part of the problems laid out in a report by the American Chamber of Commerce in July Chief complaints included a decision by the city government in Yangon the country’s commercial capital to stop issuing the licenses for new parking spaces that are required to buy new vehicles That was a blow to big foreign automakers like Chevy and Toyota that want to sell new cars there but a boon for the already thriving trade in used vehicles from Japan left-hand cars and trucks widely used on Myanmar’s right-hand drive roads Still the country’s young inexpensive workforce and low living standards offer huge potential for growth GE on its website describes Myanmar as a "new sweet spot" for growth in Southeast Asia Japanese and other Asian investors have been piling in Aeon Japan’s equivalent of Walmart opened an office in Yangon in 2014 and has a thriving microfinance business Its first supermarket in Myanmar a joint venture with a local retailer opened in the city’s Okalapa township in late September offering thousands of products most of them imported from Thailand Even the KFC which opened across the street from Yangon’s Bogyoke Market in 2015 is a franchise set up by Singapore-listed Myanmar conglomerate Yoma Strategic Holdings Some other major US brands got a head start including Coca-Cola which has a factory producing for the local market Ball Corp has a factory in Yangon’s Thilawa Special Economic Zone making cans for Coca-Cola MasterCard is expanding in the area of ATM cards GE is active in energy and other sectors and leases Boeing 737-800s to the country’s national airlines ConocoPhillips and Chevron have stakes in oil and gas exploration and development Some US businesses like Caterpillar have distribution tie-ups in Myanmar with local or other foreign companies But the total $248 million US companies have committed since 1988 amounts to less than 1 percent of total foreign investment of about $60 billion China has invested more than $25 billion according to Chinese figures Trade with the US has also been modest Myanmar’s imports from the US totaled $227 million in 2015 while exports from Myanmar to the US amounted to $142 million mostly dried peas rattan and wood products and travel goods like backpacks according to the US Trade Representatives website The lifting of sanctions is bound to benefit big players no longer on the sanctions lists like the ex-junta chief Than Shwe and Stephen Law founder of one of the nation’s largest conglomerates whose late father was once described by Treasury as one of the world’s key heroin traffickers But at the other end of the spectrum there likely will be little immediate impact said Jes Kaliebe Petersen of Phandeeyar a local non-profit devoted to helping start-ups and entrepreneurship Ending sanctions has a "signal value" suggesting lower risks of doing business in Myanmar says Petersen who is Danish What remains though are problems typical of a frontier economy such as a dysfunctional financial system bad roads and a legal system that has yet to catch up with the country’s political evolution "It took three months to get money wired into Yangon just to pay my rent" Petersen said when asked about the challenges of doing business in Myanmar "But on a micro-level I’ve never had a single conversation about the sanctions" Nay Pyi Taw: Human Rights Watch (HRW) on Friday dismissed an agreement signed by Myanmar and Bangladesh to repatriate Rohingya refugees calling it "laughable" "(Some) 620000 Rohingya refugees have only just escaped one of the most brutal cases of mass persecution in recent times. The idea that Myanmar will now welcome them back to their smouldering villages with open arms is laughable" said HRW’s Bill Frelick Bangladesh and Myanmar on Thursday signed a memorandum of intent that opens the way for the return of the displaced Rohingyas whose exodus began on 25 August after attacks by an insurgent group and the subsequent retaliation by the Myanmar Army reports Efe news The memorandum contains "the general guiding principles and policy arrangements to systematically verify and receive the displaced persons from Rakhine state" said the office of the State Counsellor of Myanmar and Nobel laureate Aung San Suu Kyi File image of Rohingya refugees Reuters Frelick called on the international community to "make it clear that there can be no returns without international monitors to ensure security" calling the bilateral agreement a public relations stunt He also called for a rejection of plans to establish detention camps urging the return of their land and the reconstruction of towns and homes belonging to the Rohingya the Muslim minority not recognised by Myanmar "Even then it will be hard to build the trust necessary for many Rohingya to voluntarily return unless the Myanmar Army begins the mammoth task of reversing decades of abuses and discrimination against its Rohingya population" Frelick added Neither the Myanmar nor Bangladeshi authorities have revealed the details of the agreement including when the repatriation of the 622000 refugees will begin Myanmar has said it was willing to receive them as soon as possible but only after identifying them determining their place of origin and sharing this information between the two countries The current Rohingya exodus began with the retaliatory operations of the Myanmar armed forces launched after the rebel group Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army attacked some 30 military and police checkposts in Rakhine Chennai: Top seed and defending champion Stanislas Wawrinka punctured the challenge of Benoit Paire with remarkable ease on Saturday and earned himself a shot at a third successive Chennai Open title by reaching the singles final Wawrinka literally walked into the summit clash with a dominating 6-3 6-4 win over the French third seed in the semifinals of the USD 482085 hard court tournament In seven meetings it was the sixth win for Wawrinka over Paire and third in a row The only time the Frenchman world number 19 managed to beat the Swiss world number four was in 2013 in Canada File photo of Stan Wawrinka Getty Images "It’s never easy against him He was serving well I needed to play my best against him His backhand was also good I have played against him a lot and it was not easy" Wawrinka said Paire knew he had to do something different to stop Wawrinka and he employed the strategy of charging to the net It worked to get some points but was never enough to halt someone with the calibre of Wawrinka Paire managed to stay with the French Open champion till the fifth game of the opening set However one such attempt put him down by a breakpoint when he failed to pick a volley off Wawrinka’s return crashing it into the net Down a breakpoint he committed a similar error to hand Wawrinka a 4-2 lead It became 5-2 with the Swiss holding his own the next game Paire though hit some impressive passing winners which however were not many in number The top seed closed out the set in the ninth game with a booming serve clocking 185kmph In the second set too Wawrinka was quick to pounce on the first available opportunity breaking Paire in the third game He held his own without any trouble to give himself a 3 -1 cushion Serving for a 4-2 lead Wawrinka faced a breakpoint for the first time in the match but saved that with a thunderous serve breaching the 200kmph mark Paire fell down watching the ball pass him from an unreachable position It was largely representative of the way the match had gone dominated by the Swiss Paire was struggling with his movement in the eighth game playing at least two shots without moving an inch and managed to win both and held The Swiss served an ace to earn his first match point and converted it when Paire’s return kissed the net Wawrinka now awaits winner of the other semifinal between Borna Coric who defeated Aljaz Bedene 7-5 6-7 6-3 in the other semifinal PTI Written by Swetha Ramakrishnan | Published: May 23 2013 12:49 am Related News The first thing you notice about Oriane Zeraha French photo journalist who has been travelling around PakistanKabul and Indiais her fascination with Indian culture At the opening of her exhibitionat the Galerie Romain RollandAlliance Francaisetitled Something About Hair, As Robert McCrum explains it in a book by the same name,forced an all out in the 21st minute to lead 26-14. authorities and his friends say.” Asked if he will go across to the other party’s office, ? 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