www.thehansindia.com SUNDAY 4 FEBRUARY 2018 KURNOOL | PAGES 36 | `5.00 CANCER CARE H Simultaneously published from Hyderabad | Warangal | Tirupati | Amaravati | Visakhapatnam | Khammam | Kurnool | Delhi H Time for a paradigm shift World Cancer Day is marked on February 4 to raise awareness of cancer and to encourage its prevention, detection, and treatment. With some 150,000 new cases being diagnosed every year, the incidence of breast cancer has overtaken cervical cancer to become the most common cancer affecting women. The new approach must focus on increased awareness and policy change Pages: 12 & 13 WINDOWS Dawood linked to UK properties L ondon India's most wanted terrorist Dawood Ibrahim has been linked to a series of properties across Britain, according to a media report on Saturday. The 62year-old fugitive mafia boss, wanted in India as the mastermind of the Mumbai bomb blasts in 1993 and accused of crimes such as match-fixing and extortion, accrued a vast property portfolio across the Midlands and south-east in the UK as well as India, the United Arab Emirates, Spain, Morocco, Turkey, Cyprus and Australia, 'The Times' reported. S P11 Uma in hospital for high BP New Delhi: Union Minister Uma Bharti has been admitted to the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) due to problems of hypertension, according to hospital authorities. Bharti was admitted on Friday at the hospital's new private ward. "Uma BhartiJi was admitted yesterday (Friday) for problems of hypertension. She is stable and is undergoing required medication," said the hospital authorities. Indian thunder in Kiwi Land Record fourth U-19 World Cup; BCCI announces windfall Auckland: India on Saturday, lifted a record fourth U-19 World Cup trophy after an eightwicket rout of Australia in the final in Mount Maunganui, underlining their dominant run in the tournament and giving Rahul Dravid the biggest success of his coaching career. As has been the case through out the tournament, India had all their bases covered with bowlers bouncing back to dismiss Australia for 216 from 183 for four at one stage. The highly-rated batting, barring a minor blip, completed the job with conviction as India chased down the modest target in 38.5 overs. Delhi-boy Manjot Kalra emerged as the man for big occasion, scoring a sublime 101 not out off 102 balls and anchoring the innings after the loss of captain Prithvi Shaw and team's leading scorer in the tournament, Shubman Gill. With a fourth crown, India also surpassed Australia in the race of most U-19 World Cup titles. Prior to the final, India and Australia were locked at three titles each. The team's performance was NAIDU, JAGAN PAT WINNERS OUR BUREAU Amaravati: Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu and Leader of Opposition YS Jagan Mohan Reddy congratulated the Under-19 Cricket team for winning the World Cup.He suggested the sports persons in the state to take them as role models in achieving highest goals. Jagan Mohan Reddy said that this team makes the nation proud with their achievement. He wished the team to continue the winning streak. The victorious India U-19 team members pose with the World Cup in Mount Maunganui, New Zealand on Saturday also a fitting tribute to coach Dravid, who finally got his hands on a World Cup trophy. Under Dravid, the side had finished runner-up in the 2016 edition in Bangladesh. India's previous title came in Australia six years ago when the Unmukt Chand-led team beat the hosts in the final. The Virat Kohli-led side was victorious in 2008 and Mohammad Kaif was captain when India triumphed way back in 2000. "Really proud of the boys and the effort they put in," said Dravid as his boys continued with the on-field celebrations. Modi opens GIS in Guwahati NORTH-EAST HOLDS KEY TO ASEAN CONNECT Guwahati (IANS): Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday inaugurated the two-day Global Investment Summit in Guwahati, a first of its kind initiative in the northeast, and said a new terminal being constructed at Guwahati airport would boost the region's connectivity with Asean countries. Addressing the event, being held at the Sarusojai Stadium in Guwahati, the Prime Minister expressed his happiness that Bangladesh and Bhutan have opened their consulate offices in Guwahati and said the northeast is at the heart of India's 'Act East Policy'. Modi said the initiatives taken by the BJP-led NDA government at the Centre for the last three and half years "are becoming evident" and that his government had spent Rs 5,300 crore every year in northeastern states to improve the railway network. Prez, PM, Sachin ‘salute’ boys New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi, cricketing legend Sachin Tendulkar and senior captain Virat Kohli were among millions who congratulated the Indian U-19 team for their World Cup winning effort. "Absolutely thrilled by the stupendous achievement of our young cricketers. Congratulations to them on winning the Under-19 World Cup. This triumph makes every Indian extremely proud," tweeted Prime Minister Modi. “Congrats to India's talented young cricket team for winning the Under-19 World Cup. Continued on P4 Musthafa meets Naidu, spurs defection talk SAMBASIVA RAO M Guntur: Giving space for debate on continuous defections from YSRCP to TDP, another MLA interacted with TDP president and Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu in Guntur on Saturday. YSRCP MLA Md Musthafa Shaik of Guntur East Assembly constituency met Chandrababu Naidu, giving scope for speculation that he may soon switch to the TDP. Chandrababu Naidu was here to attend the inauguration of a private hospital. Later, Mustafa had a personal interaction with him for about ﬁve minutes. In fact, Narasaraopet Lok Sabha Member of TDP Rayapati Sambasiva Rao took the YSRCP MLA in his car to the helipad while Chandrababu Naidu was arriving, where a ﬁveminute private meeting took place. There are rumours ﬂying in the political circles that the MLA may defect to the TDP soon. It is also known to some leaders that the TDP has been in touch with Musthafa for some time now. The MLA attend the inauguration along with Chief Minister after the brief meeting but did not stay till end of the programme. Continued on P4 Haribabu reappointed AP unit BJP chief OUR BUREAU "Rs 4,700 crore was allocated to extend railway connectivity to 15 new destinations. When the Agartala (Tripura)-Akhaura (Bangladesh) railway connectivity becomes a reality in the near future, the whole region will be benefited," said Modi. He said the tagline of the meet - 'Advantage Assam: India's expressway to ASEAN' - is very appropriate and not just a statement but it is a "comprehensive vision". "We created the Act East Policy and the Northeast is at the heart of it. Continued on P4 Amaravati: The Bhratiya Janata Party high command on Saturday re-appointed its Lok Sabha Member from Visakhapatnam Kambhampati Haribabu as Andhra Pradesh BJP unit president and asked him to appoint the state executive. The state executive is likely to be appointed in 10 or 15 days. Meanwhile, the BJP high command responded on the wordy duel between the BJP and TDP leaders and restrained its leaders and party organisational secretary not to talk as they liked against the allied party the TDP. US Air Force chief ﬂies in Tejas Jodhpur (IANS): The US Air Force Chief, General David L Goldfein, flew a sortie in the indigenous Light Combat Aircraft Tejas on Saturday at the IAF station here in Rajasthan. He was accompanied on the 40-minute-long sortie by Air Vice Marshal AP Singh. Gen Goldfein, along with General Terrence O'Shaughnessy, Commander of the US Pacific Air Force, arrived in India on Thursday, on a visit to boost defence ties between the two nations. He was accorded a Guard of Honour at the South Block on Thursday. He also met his counterpart, Air Chief Marshal BS Dhanoa, and held bilateral discussions. The US Air Force chief is the first foreign military chief to fly in the indigenous LCA, a single-seat, single-jet engine, multi-role light fighter, which is being pitched as the replacement of the ageing MIG21 aircraft. Continued on P4 Sealing drive: DDA clears changes to save traders KCR to unfurl his vision in budget proposals New Delhi (IANS): The Delhi Development Authority (DDA) on Friday approved changes to the city's Master Plan -- in a move to provide relief to traders hit by the sealing drive -- on a day lakhs of traders pulled down their shutters to protest against the ongoing measure. The sealing drive is being carried out against business establishments using residential areas for commercial purposes without paying conversion charges. Praveen Khandelwal, National Secretary General, Con- Hyderabad: Eyeing 2019 elections, Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao is set to showcase his government’s vision and comprehensive development of Telangana in the next ﬁve years in the 2018-19 budget proposals to be presented in the budget session of the Assembly in March. Apart from presenting ‘100 per cent’ welfare-oriented budget by according top priority to well-being of all sections of people, the budget will unfold KCR ‘s vision and comprehen- federation of All India Traders (CAIT), which announced the 48-hour 'Delhi Trade Bandh' from Friday, told IANS that around seven lakh businesses across Delhi remained closed on Friday. Continued on P4 PATAN AFZAL BABU sive development of Telangana in the next ﬁve years (2019 -2024). Top officials of the state government told The Hans India that KCR would lay emphasis on the ﬁve-year development plan in the budget. The Chief Minister already instructed state Advisor (Finance) GR Reddy and State Planning and Finance Department to prepare ‘Vision 2024 Document’ with an objective to achieve ‘Bangaru (Golden) Telangana’. The vision document concentrates mainly on “Agriculture and allied sectors, economy, governance, Industry and IT, Infrastructure, regional development, social sector (health), social sector (education), social sector (skills) and social sector (welfare)”. The vision document set sector-wise targets. Based on recommendations pertaining to the vision document by the officials, the chief minister will include some issues mainly related to education, agriculture, health, irrigation and employment in the budget proposals. The issues will be finalised only after the meeting with officials of all government departments. Continued on P4 Rep memo authoured by Indian-American lawyer: NYT Washington (PTI): A controversial Republican memo that accuses the FBI of political bias has primarily been written by Indian-American lawyer Kashyap “Kash” Patel, according to a media report. The “Kash memo” portrays the FBI in a negative light, alleging that the agency helped the Democratic party and its presidential candidate Hillary Clinton against Donald Trump, the eventual winner of the 2016 presidential elections, The New York Times reported. Patel, however, refuted the media report and termed the story as “wholly in- accurate”. “The ‘Times’ story is wholly inaccurate. It is sad to see such a well-known media organisation refuse to state the facts, especially since they both requested and received them,” Patel, a Senior Counsel for Counter-terrorism at the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, said. The report said the explosive memo was primarily written by Patel, a committee staff member for Representative Devin Nunes, Republican of California and the chairman of the Intelligence Committee. The office of Congressman Nunes where Pa- tel works has refuted the report that he is the author of the memo which they assert is a col- lective and team effort. “The problem is the lack of facts. Kash being the ‘driving force’ behind the memo is not a fact. Kash being the ‘pusher of the memo’ is not a fact. Unnamed people referring to 'the Kash memo' is not a fact,” Jack Langer, a spokesperson for Nunes was quoted as saying by the Daily Beast. In an email to The New York Times, Damon Nelson, staff director of the House Select Committee on Intelligence said that no single member was responsible for the memo and that its creation was a “team effort” that involved investigators who had access to source material. “The clamour to identify ‘an author’ is indicative of an alarming trend by opponents of our investigation which is to promote spurious allegations against committee members and staff. They will not impact the committee’s focus and commitment to continue this investigation,” Nelson was quoted as saying. At the same time, he praised Patel, saying, “We value Kash’s dedication and his contributions to the committee’s oversight efforts”. According to media reports, Patel attracted media attention early this summer when he travelled to London along with another staffer in search of Christopher Stelle, author of a controversial dossier on Trump. However, he could not succeed in his effort. Patel, 37, who grew up in New York, graduated from the University of Richmond in 2002. He is the chairman of the House Select Committee on Intelligence. He is senior counsel on counter terrorism. Before joining the House Select Committee on Intelligence, Patel was a trial attorney in the National Security Division of the Justice Department. He joined the house committee in April 2017.
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