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Follow live coverage of Great Britain's Davis Cup world group play-off against Uzbekistan in Glasgow on the BBC Red Button and online.
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          Amit Panghal Nominated for Arjuna Award      Cache   Translate Page      

AMIT PANGHAL

Asian Games medallist Amit Panghal on Tuesday was nominated for the prestigious Arjuna award by the Boxing Federation of India.

Amit Panghal had won a gold medal in the Men’s light flyweight (49 kg) bout at the 2018 Asian Games. Amit stunned 25-year-old Olympic gold medallist Hasanboy Dusmatov of Uzbekistan 3-2 (Win on points) in the final. The 22-year-old pugilist from Haraya became the eighth Indian boxer to clinch an Asian Games gold.

"I am honoured to be nominated, I can't describe how happy I am. My medal is talking for me and that is what I have always wanted," Amit told news agency PTI.

Amit had bagged top honours in the 2018 Strandja Memorial Tournament (Bulgaria) and the India Open (Delhi). He had won a silver in the Commonwealth Games in Australia and a bronze in the 2017 Asian Championships.

The boxer’s doping record, however, raised doubts over his nomination considering the rules of the sports ministry, which hold an athlete, penalised for doping, ineligible for the Khel Ratna and the Arjuna award. Amit was banned for two years after testing positive for an anabolic steroid in 2012. The punishment was later reduced to one year on the grounds of a first-time offence. The BFI decided to send his name to the ministry as he had already served the suspension and that the violation happened while he was competing at the youth level.

"It happened when I was just a kid who knew nothing. I was a teenager and had come to my village after being diagnosed with chickenpox, there was probably something in the medicine that the doctor gave me," Amit told PTI.

The 22-year-old pugilist from Haraya, who became the eighth Indian boxer to clinch an Asian Games gold, joins Sonia Lather and Gaurav Bidhuri in the list of boxing nominees for the sporting honour.

SOURCE: Zee News

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          O‘zbekistonda Captiva o‘rniga nima ishlab chiqariladi?      Cache   Translate Page      
Captiva ishlab chiqarishni to‘xtatishini bildirgan GM Uzbekistan uning o‘rniga qanday avtomobil ishlab chiqarilishi hozircha ma’lum qilgani yo‘q. Bu haqda Sputnik xabar bermoqda.Ko‘pchilik yaqinda Jizzax forumida ommaga namoyish q...
          This is what we know about the mysterious noise attacks on US diplomats, which some officials are now blaming on Russia      Cache   Translate Page      

American Embassy Cuba

Dizziness. Ringing of the ears. Piercing sounds that suddenly disappear when a door is opened. These are just some of the mysterious symptoms reported by American diplomats in Cuba starting in 2016.

Since then, continuing investigations led by intelligence agencies, scientists and the State Department have become an intricate "whodunnit" with widely varying accounts of the possible causes — and perpetrators — of what were almost immediately labeled as attacks against U.S. personnel.

Officially, the State Department maintains it is still investigating the matter. NBC has reported that officials within US intelligence agencies believe that Russia is to blame.

Dizzy in paradise

Americans in CubaIn 2017, the State Department began investigating a string of complaints from diplomats in Havana. Their symptoms ranged from dizziness and headaches to cognitive disfunction. Those affected also said the symptoms began during or after they heard sounds, similar to those made by cicada bugs, while in their homes or hotel rooms, and felt pressure effects similar to those experienced in a moving car with the windows slightly open.

The DOS review showed signs of "neurotrauma," but was otherwise inconclusive. A subsequent Department of Defense-sponsored inquiry reported no indications of brain injury, as some experts had suspected

The Pentagon-sponsored study points to three possible methods which may have been used to disorient the diplomats, but caution that an actual proclamation would be "foolhardy." Perhaps the only solid finding is that drugs and/or toxins were not responsible — although even this comes with a caveat, as an introduced chemical could have been used to exacerbate the effects of an ultrasonic, electromagnetic, or even microwave technology. 

Although each of the studies has reported disparate and sometimes contradictory information, all the experts seem perplexed by this Sherlock Holmes-like  mystery. While they continue the process of elimination, none have yet to proclaim the likely perpetrator — at least, not officially.

It's not the rum, it's the Russians

On Sep. 29, 2017, then-Secretary of State Rex Tillerson ordered the departure of non-emergency embassy personnel assigned to Havana, and concurrently issued an official travel warning to US citizens. Tillerson said in an official statement that the move was not an indictment against Cuba, and the country has continued to deny involvement in the "health attacks" against Americans.

PutinOfficially, US officials are unwilling to assign blame. But NBC reported yesterday that unofficially, officials with the intelligence agencies conducting the investigation believe Russia is behind the attacks. The officials, who were unnamed in the NBC report, reportedly point to "signals intelligence"— typically referring to intercepted communications like emails, phone calls and web chats — collected during the investigation. 

The NBC account marks the first time a US official has implicated the Russians,  even anonymously. But suspicions of Russian involvement were raised late last year when, according to a CBS report, an official at the American embassy in Uzbekistan reported an attack similar to those in Cuba. Maria Zakharova, a spokeswoman for the Russian Foreign Ministry, said accusations of Russian involvement were "absurd," and even offered to assist with the investigation in Cuba.

While U.S. officials have provided no definitive answers regarding the primary suspects in this mystery, there are some precedents to raise suspicions of a foreign adversary wielding sound as a weapon.

Sound warfare  

Using sound technologies to disrupt or disorient a target is not an unusual tactic, especially to confuse or terrify enemies.

US forces, for example, use long-range accoustic devices for a number of purposes, including deterrence and defense. The devices are useful in determining and clarifying the intentions of an approaching unit or vessel at sea, and deterring potential combatants as they approach. 

In another instance, the International Red Cross reported that U.S. military personnel at Guantanamo Bay sometimes used music as one form of "ill treatment." Its 2007 report alleges the detainees were forced to listen to loud music and other disturbing sounds for extended periods, often causing sleep deprivation. A Department of Defense spokesperson told Politico at the time that such "sensory deprivation" techniques are not authorized for use by U.S. personnel.

Given the unconventional history of weaponized sound, the "attacks" on Americans in Havana may be a sign of advancements in sound warfare, but most of the investigation's details are still under wraps.

In June, State Department personnel in Guanzhou, China reported symptoms matching those from the Cuban incidents. The affected personnel were evacuated, and then-Secretary Tillerson announced the department was expanding its investigation.

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          Belarus, Uzbekistan to create joint ventures in pharmaceuticals, engineering, agriculture      Cache   Translate Page      
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          A Rare Glimpse Of Early Soviet-Era Uzbekistan      Cache   Translate Page      
The extraordinary photographs of Soviet-era Uzbekistan shot by Russian-born Max Penson were forgotten for decades, but his grandson has worked to bring them back to light.
          Torneo Internazionale di Kurash ‘Islam Karimov’ 2018: ad ottobre Caserta protagonista      Cache   Translate Page      

Si è svolto il 6 settembre scorso a Tashkent, capitale della Repubblica dell’Uzbekistan, il Torneo Internazionale di Kurash “Islam Karimov"

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           Great Britain v Uzbekistan - meet the teams       Cache   Translate Page      
Dan Evans returns for Great Britain but Andy Murray and Kyle Edmund are absent due to fitness issues.
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Dan Evans returns for Great Britain but Andy Murray and Kyle Edmund are absent due to fitness issues.
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(Telecompaper) Uzbekistan national operator Uztelecom has resumed direct voice interconnection with Russian mobile operator MTS...
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Dan Evans will play for Great Britain for the first time in over a year in Friday's Davis Cup play-off against Uzbekistan in Glasgow.
          Great Britain v Uzbekistan – meet the teams      Cache   Translate Page      
Dan Evans returns for Great Britain but Andy Murray and Kyle Edmund are absent due to fitness issues.
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(Telecompaper) Uzbekistan national operator Uztelecom has resumed direct voice interconnection with Russian mobile operator MTS...
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(MENAFN - Trend News Agency ) Baku, Azerbaijan, Sept. 13 By Ilkin Shafiev, Fikret Dolukhanov – Trend: Reforms designed to bring Uzbekistan to a new stage of development, prospe...
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Dan Evans returns for Great Britain but Andy Murray and Kyle Edmund are absent due to fitness issues.
          Acuerdo con Uzbekistán sobre transporte aéreo      Cache   Translate Page      

Este acuerdo establece la exención de impuestos y gravámenes sobre los beneficios o rentas de la explotación de servicios aéreos, obtenidos por las empresas designadas por la otra parte.

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           Dan Evans set to open Britain's Davis Cup tie against Uzbekistan       Cache   Translate Page      
Dan Evans will kick off Great Britain's Davis Cup tie against Uzbekistan in Glasgow on Friday as he returns to the team after serving a 12-month drugs ban.
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Dan Evans returns for Great Britain but Andy Murray and Kyle Edmund are absent due to fitness issues.
          3 Uzbekistani fighters killed in Jawzjan clash      Cache   Translate Page      
By Hamid Tamkin on 13 September 2018

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          Dan Evans and Cameron Norrie land on centre stage for a Davis Cup finale      Cache   Translate Page      
• Injuries force Great Britain’s hand before era-ending tie
• Jamie Murray and Dom Inglot face Uzbekistan at doubles

It is simultaneously fitting and sad that Great Britain’s last match in the 118-year-old history of the “old” Davis Cup before the competition morphs into a global experiment of high-risk proportions in 2019 should be in Glasgow this weekend, scene of the team’s finest recent moments.

There is symmetry, too, in the return against Uzbekistan of Dan Evans, who has played some excellent tennis in his team’s cause, in Andy Murray’s home city – while the Scot will be watching from Philadelphia, where he is still working on his comeback. Asked whether he expected to be playing Davis Cup not long after returning from his one-year drug ban, Evans said: “No, not really. Obviously, with Andy and Kyle [Edmund] not being able to play this week, I was pretty lucky that I got asked to play.

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The Indian Minister of state for external affairs M.J.Akbar is expected to address the Dialogue on the second day.
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Dan Evans returns for Great Britain but Andy Murray and Kyle Edmund are absent due to fitness issues.
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Dan Evans returns for Great Britain but Andy Murray and Kyle Edmund are absent due to fitness issues.
          Davis Cup 2018: Dan Evans to return to Great Britain team after drug ban      Cache   Translate Page      
Dan Evans will play for Great Britain for the first time in over a year in Friday's Davis Cup play-off against Uzbekistan in Glasgow.
          Лукашенко пригласил президента Узбекистана в ответным визитом      Cache   Translate Page      

13 сентября завершился официальный визит Александр Лукашенко в Узбекистан.   13 сентября в резиденции Куксарой президент Узбекистана Шавкат Мирзиёев и Александр Лукашенко провели переговоры в узком формате. – На нашей встрече в Самарканде в 2016 году мы договорились всесторонне укреплять межгосударственные отношения. За последние два года сотрудничество между нашими странами достигло такого уровня, который радует наши народы. […]

Запись Лукашенко пригласил президента Узбекистана в ответным визитом впервые появилась Беларуская Праўда.


          9/13/2018: SPORT: We’re lacking star power but this team can thrive, insists Smith      Cache   Translate Page      
GREAT BRITAIN Davis Cup captain Leon Smith is confident he has the players to fill the void left in the absence of the team’s “headline acts” in Andy Murray and Kyle Edmund. Both players are absent from the tie against Uzbekistan, which gets underway...
          9/13/2018: Sport Cricket: We’re lacking star power but this team can thrive, insists Smith      Cache   Translate Page      
GREAT BRITAIN Davis Cup captain Leon Smith is confident he has the players to fill the void left in the absence of the team’s “headline acts” in Andy Murray and Kyle Edmund. Both players are absent from the tie against Uzbekistan, which gets underway...
          New-look Great Britain eager to say goodbye to old Davis Cup with momentum for new format      Cache   Translate Page      
The Brits take on Uzbekistan over the weekend.
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