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DE - fi - fi - fi i fi MANN JITT Weekly Vol 12 Issue 580 18th August to 24th August 2016 24 Ex-minister blames political correctness for town hall votes fraud Political correctness has led the Government to turn a blind eye to town hall corruption the first review into election fraud has found. The author of the report Tory former minister Sir Eric Pickles criticised councils the police and the election watchdog for failing to detect and prevent the spread of electoral corruption in the UK. The report was commissioned by David Cameron in the wake of a High Court hearing last year when Lutfur Rahman the former mayor of Tower Hamlets in east London was found guilty of corrupt and illegal practices and forced to step down. The case revealed that grants had been given to Bangladeshi or Muslim groups in return for support and council money had been used to pay a Bangladeshi language television station which provided supportive coverage. The report said it saw evidence that pressure was being put on vulnerable members of some ethnic minority communities particularly women and young people to vote according to the will of the elders especially in communities of Pakistani and Bangladeshi background .It added There were concerns that influence and intimidation within households may not be repo rted and that state institutions had turned a blind eye to such behaviour because of politically correct over-sensitivities about ethnicity and religion. Sir Eric made more than 50 recommendations in his review including forcing voters to present identification at polling stations and banning political activists from handling postal ballot papers. The review has been handed to Prime Minister Theresa May. Sir Eric said Last year s court ruling in Tower Hamlets was a wake-up call that state bodies need to do far more to stamp out corruption and restore public confidence. It was local residents who lost out from the unscrupulous politicians who bullied them and wasted their money. There are sometimes challenging issues over divisive community politics but this is no excuse for failing to enforce British law and protect the integrity of our democratic process. The law must be applied equally and fairly to everyone. Integration and good community relations are undermined by the failure to uphold the rule of law and ensure British fair play. Our nation has a proud heritage as the mother of parliaments yet the worrying and covert spread of electoral fraud and state of denial by some bodies threatens that good reputation. It is time to take action to take on the electoral crooks and defend Britain s free and fair elections. The report also found that there were clear links links between electoral corruption and the endorsement and funding of extremist causes . It urged the Government to commit to a broader review of councils executive structures to ensure scrutiny and powers of challenge by the press public and councillors were possible. While mayoral powers provide strong governance they also presented greater risk of corruption and require greater transparency it added. It holds strong criticism for the Metropolitan Police describing it as astonishing that no criminal prosecutions had been brought against Mr Rahman who was prosecuted in an Election Court in 2015. The repeated inaction by the police force sent a worrying signal that the police were soft on tackling electoral fraud it said. The report also warns that the Electoral Commission the independent elections watchdog is engaged in a series of tick-box inspections of town hall electoral registration departments which are ineffective. Appeal to trace relatives of late David Lloyd Jones The City of Wolverhampton Council s Court of Protection team is trying to trace the relatives of a man who recently passed away. David Lloyd Jones lived in the Goldthorn Hill area of Wolverhampton and is also known to have had connections in the Dudley Gornal Wood and Bilston areas. Mr Jones was aged 74. The Court of Protection team would like to trace his relatives so that his funeral can be arranged. Anyone who is related to David Lloyd Jones or has any information which may help trace his relatives is asked to please contact Diane Washbrook on 01902 555333 or by emailingdiane.washbrook Going to Pakistan is like going to hell Parrikar Rewari Union Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar on Tuesday went hammer and tongs at Pakistan equating that country to hell. A day after Prime Minister Narendra Modi openly came out in support of freedom for Balochistan and Pakistan-occupied Kashmir Parrikar who was in Rewari to participate in the Jara Yaad Karo Qurbaani programme said On Monday our soldiers sent back five terrorists. Going to Pakistan is the same as going to hell. Pakistan has always been promoting terrorism. Now sometimes even it is bearing the consequences of terrorism he added. Parrikar said if anybody decided to attack India he would not remain silent. He said Indian soldiers would give a befitting reply to every attack. He said PoK is part of India and the violation of human rights should stop in Balochistan. Prime Minister Modi during his address on the nation s 70th Independence Day had said People of Balochistan Gilgit and PoK have thanked him a lot in the past few days and he is grateful to them. Today I want to especially honour and thank some people from the ramparts of the Red Fort. For the past few days the people of Baluchistan the people of Gilgit the people of Pakistan occupied Kashmir the way their citizens have heartily thanked me the way they have acknowledged me the goodwill they have shown towards me the people settled far across the land which I have not seen the people I have not met ever but people settled at far across acknowledge the Prime Minister of India they honour him so it is an honour of my 125 crore countrymen it is respect of my 125 crore countrymen and that is why owing to the feeling of this honour I want to heartily thank the people of Balochistan the people of Gilgit and the people of Pakistan occupied Kashmir for having an expression of thankfulness he had added. ZOMBIE KNIVES BANNED IN ENGLAND AND WALES Extremism Sarah Newton said This Government will act wherever necessary to cut crime and keep our communities safe. Zombie killer knives glamorise violence and cause devastating damage - they have no place whatsoever in our society. We committed to banning the sale manufacture and importation of these dangerous weapons. With the ban now becoming law we are delivering on our commitment. Anyone caught making or selling zombie knives now faces up to four years in prison. Following discussions between the UK Government and Northern Ireland Executive Minister of Justice Claire Sugden has confirmed she will take forward the necessary action to create legislation to ban zombie knives in Northern Ireland. The Home Office will communicate the ban in England and Wales to frontline border officers and Border Force will continue enforcing the law around the importation of dangerous weapons including zombie knives into the United Kingdom. The new law comes in addition to Government action to address knife crime through an agreement with retailers committing to regular staff training safely displaying and securely packaging knives raising public awareness of age restrictions and robust age verification checks for knife sales whether in-store or online. SARAH NEWTON WE COMMITTED TO BANNING THE SALE MANUFACTURE AND IMPORTATION OF THESE DANGEROUS WEAPONS. WITH THE BAN NOW BECOMING LAW WE ARE DELIVERING ON OUR COMMITMENT. ANYONE CAUGHT MAKING OR SELLING ZOMBIE KNIVES NOW FACES UP TO FOUR YEARS IN PRISON. A ban on the sale importation and manufacture of zombie knives comes into effect across England and Wales this week (Thursday 18 August). The amendment to the Criminal Justice Act 1988 will ban the sale manufacture rental or importation of knives often referred to as zombie knives zombie killer knives and zombie slayer knives . The knives can have cutting blades of up to 25 inches have a serrated edge and include images or words that glamorise violence. This year thirteen police forces undertook coordinated action against knife crime with further weeks of action planned for later this year. The coordinated response by police resulted in 401 arrests 2 111 weapons taken off the street and involved targeting habitual knife carriers weapon sweeps test purchases of knives from identified retailers and use of surrender bins. Minister for Vulnerability Safeguarding and Countering Omar lashes out at Centre for raising Balochistan Srinagar Former chief minister Omar Abdullah on Tuesday lashed out at the Centre for raising the issue of Balochistan at a time when Kashmir has been hit by violence. 6 protesters dead in Kashmir in 24 hours but WTH let s go sort out Balochistan since we are doing such a good job in J&K at the moment Omar wrote on Twitter. Following the all-party meeting chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on August 12 the Centre decided to raise the issue of human rights violations in Balochistan province of Pakistan. The Prime Minister also referred to Balochistan in his Independence Day speech on Monday. Maharashtra s Dr Death confesses to six murders Pune A doctor from Maharashtra s Satara district who was arrested last week on suspicion of having murdered a woman has confessed to killing five more people among them four women - between 2003 and 2016 and burying them in his farmhouse police claimed on Tuesday.They claimed Wai s Dr Santosh Pol - dubbed Dr Death - admitted to his crimes while he was being questioned about the muder of a 47-year-old anganwadi worker Mangala Jedhe. Police found five bodies -Jedhe s among them - buried in his farmhouse on Monday night Sandip Patil Satara Superintendent of Police said.Pol was arrested on August 11 on charges of having abducted and murdered Jedhe president of Maharashtra Purva Prathmik Shikshika Sevika Sangh on June 16. He will remain in police custody until August 19.Patil said that illicit relations and greed for gold and money might have prompted the murders.Pol and his associate Jyoti Mandre - a nurse believed to be in a relationship with the prime suspect - have been accused of having abducted Jedhe and killing her by administering a lethal medicine.While investigating Jedhe s disappearance police found that she had spoken to Pol before she disappeared and had even threatened to expose his crimes.Mandre confessed to the killing. MANN JITT Weekly Vol 12 Issue 580 18th August to 24th August 2016 25 Landmark Group hosted their annual Garden Party MANN JITT Weekly Vol 12 Issue 580 18th August to 24th August 2016 26 US lawmakers greet India on 70th Independence Day Washington On India s 70th Independence Day top American lawmakers have said that India has now solidified its role as a regional and global power. This Independence Day let us celebrate not only India s rich cultural heritage but its bright future and the continuing strength of USIndia relations said Democratic Senator Robert Menendez from New Jersey. Let us recognise that India home to one of the world s most diverse and populous democracies has seen rapid economic growth in the past 20 years and has solidified its role as a regional and global power Menendez said. Today one of the US s great allies India celebrates 70 years of Independence tweeted Congressman Gregory Meeks. The US celebrates with them he said. Happy Indian Independence Day to the Congress that India should have a permanent seat on the United Nation s Security Council. The resolution would put the US House of Representatives officially on record in support of India s bid. D e m o c r a t i c Congressman from California Xavier Becerra tweeted a picture of his along with Prime Minister Narendra Modi when the latter visited US this summer to wish people of India happy Independence Day. Meanwhile a large number of Indian-Americans attended the Independence Day celebrations at the residence of Indian Ambassador to US Arun K Singh. The Tricolour was also unfurled at various diplomatic missions in the US in Houston Chicago Atlanta San Francisco and the United Nations. Ban greets India on I-Day says UN takes inspiration from her United Nations General Secretary Ban Ki-moon said the world body took inspiration from various contributions made by India to the world including the legacy of Mahatma Gandhi s nonviolent teachings and the harmony of yoga. In his message to India on its 70th Independence Day Ban said the occasion also celebrated India s partnership with the UN. We are also celebrating India s strong partnership with the UN he said in his message which he began with a Namaste . The video message was played during Oscar-winning composer AR Rahman s concert at the UN on Tuesday. India is a founding member of the UN Ban said and expressed his gratitude to the country for its significant contributions to the world body s peacekeeping operations. We take inspiration everyday from many other Indian contributions - from the non-violent teachings of Mahatma Gandhi to the harmony and unity represented by the International Day of Yoga the UN chief said. The UN looks forward to further strengthening those ties in every dimension of our work from peace to sustainable development to human rights he said concluding his remarks with Aap sap ko mubarak ho (congratulations to everyone) . largest democracy on earth US-India ties must remain strong to protect our homeland and grow our economy tweeted Senator Mark Kirk from Illinois. Congresswoman Grace Ming from New York also tweeted to greet India Pakistan and South Korea on their Independence Day. In a statement Congressman Frank Pallone congratulated the people of India on this occasion. India is a dynamic and important US ally an influential leader on the international stage and an important player in the world economy he said. As a representative of one of the largest IndianAmerican constituencies in the US and co-founder and former chairman of the Congressional Caucus on India and Indian Issues I strongly support strengthening the US-India partnership. I look forward to our continued work together on global strategic economic and environmental issues Pallone said. Earlier this year Pallone introduced a resolution expressing the sense of Labour would reinstate scrapped student maintenance grants Scrapped student maintenance grants would be reinstated under a Labour government the party has announced. The party would also restore the Education Maintenance Allowance for 16-18-year-olds if it was to win power in the next general election. Labour said the measures would support more than one million young people and increase the number of students from poor backgrounds continuing in education. Reversing the cuts would be paid for by increasing corporation tax by less than 1.5% the party said. The Tory Government scrapped maintenance grants for university students from poor backgrounds in England earlier this year replacing the payments of around 3 500 with additional loans which will have to be paid back at the end of an undergraduate course once graduates are earning more than 21 000. While in 2011 the Conservative-Liberal Democrat coalition withdrew the Education Maintenance Allowance a payment of 30 a week to teenagers from poorer families to help them stay in education and replaced it with a bursary scheme that gives some of the money to schools and colleges. Angela Rayner Labour s shadow education secretary said It is only by investing in education that we can ensure that all of our young people whatever their background are able to succeed in whatever they aspire to. This policy will have a real and meaningful impact on the lives of hundreds of thousands of students. Bringing back EMA which the independent Institute for Fiscal Studies said improves both participation and attainment among 16-18-year-olds would benefit three quarters of a million students. Reversing the Government s replacement of the student maintenance grant with loans would help over half a million students from low and middle income students to cover their living costs at university. When we can help improve the education of over a million young people with a small increase in corporation tax it is an investment we would be foolish not to make. The number of state-educated students going to university and colleges fell by four percentage points in the first year tuition fees were increased to 9 000 recent data found. Badal cautions against anti-social elements Mohali Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal on Monday appealed to the people to thwart the nefarious designs of antisocial elements which he said were bent upon jeopardising peace communal harmony and brotherhood . Addressing a gathering at the sports stadium at Government College here after unfurling the National Flag during a state-level function on the 70th Independence Day Badal said a few inimical forces were always envious of peaceful and developmentoriented congenial atmosphere in the state and thus constantly stoking fire to derail the process of growth and prosperity. Let us re-dedicate ourselves to working collectively to build a strong and prosperous Punjab besides cementing the bonds of love peace and communal harmony thus fulfilling the vision of our great freedom fighters and national heroes he said. The Chief Minister said it is a matter of pride and honour that despite Punjabis being just 2.5 per cent of the country s population they had made more than 80 per cent sacrifices in getting India free from the British. Our brave Punjabi patriots and great warriors who spearheaded various movements like Babbar Akali Gadar Namdhari and Kamagata Maru during the independence struggle were either exiled or executed. Several national heroes like Shaheed Bhagat Singh Rajguru Sukhdev Lala Lajpat Rai and Udham Singh who laid down their lives would always be remembered for their supreme sacrifices he said. He said when the rest of the country was celebrating Independence Punjab was engaged in another life-anddeath struggle in the wake of Partition. Bangladeshi Imam aide shot dead in NY New York A 55-year-old Bangladeshi-American Imam at a mosque here and his assistant have been shot dead from point blank range by a lone gunman in broad daylight amid growing concerns across the US over the rising Islamophobic rhetoric.The police said Imam Maulama Akonjee and Thara Uddin 64 were walking home after mid-day prayers at AlFurqan Jame Masjid Mosque yesterday when they were approached from behind by a man who was dressed in a polo shirt and shorts.According to witnesses and video surveillance immediately after the victims were shot the man was seen fleeing from the scene with a gun in his hand. Both victims were dressed in Islamic attire at the time of the shooting. The lone gunman still remains at large. Responding to multiple emergency calls the police found Akonjee and Uddin with gunshot wounds to the head. They were both taken to a local hospital where Akonjee died as a result of his injuries. Later Uddin also succumbed to his injuries. Deputy Inspector Henry Sautner said at present a motive had not been determined and there s nothing in the preliminary investigation to indicate that they were targeted because of their faith. No arrests have been made so far he said.The New York chapter of Muslim civil liberties and advocacy organisation Council on AmericanIslamic Relations called for the perpetrators of the killings to be immediately brought to justice. MANN JITT Weekly Vol 12 Issue 580 18th August to 24th August 2016 27 Funding for Places of Worship There has been a marked increase in hate crimes following Brexit and the terrorist attacks in Brussels and Nice. Similarly immediately after the brutal the brutal murder of an elderly French priest Jacques Hamel in Saint-Etiennedu-Rouvray near Rouen the number of misguided retaliatory hate crime incidents against minority faith communities have taken place in the UK. Some places of worship too have been targeted. Representatives from religious communities have raised concerns about crimes which range from graffiti to arson attacks. Home Secretary Amber Rudd said in a statement on 26 July 2016 Those who practise hatred send out a message that it s okay to abuse and attack others because of their nationality ethnicity or religious background. That it s okay to disregard our shared values and promote the intolerance that causes enormous harm to communities and individuals. We will not stand for it. Hatred has no place whatsoever in a 21st century Great Britain that works for everyone. The Government has set up a 2.4m fund for protective security measures at vulnerable places of worship while there will also be targeted work to prevent hate crime on public transport and tackle attacks on Muslim women as well as a continued emphasis on eradicating anti-Semitism. The funding for places of worship is aimed to provide security measures and equipment for sites that need increased protection. The scheme will be open for bids for 10 weeks. The scheme will close at 5pm on 20 September. A second round of bids will open in Spring 2017. The submission for funding will be expected to 1. Provide supporting documents to show that you need increased security. These can include police reports records of incidents photographic evidence or insurance claims. 2. Arrange a site survey with the Master Locksmiths Association (MLA) or your local Crime Prevention Design Adviser (CPDA) and get them to complete an assessment form. 3. Provide 3 quotes from approved security installers. The application for funding along with supporting documents as listed above should be emailed to SecurityfundingCED The government is also taking action against hate at every level and will provide 300 000 to establish 3 community demonstration projects to explore innovative new ways of tacking hate crime in local communities. The legislation in the country is unequivocal in dealing with offences for racially and religiously aggravated activity and offences of stirring up hatred on the grounds of race religion and sexual orientation. - Sehdev Bismal MBE Govt nod to Ghadar memorial in US Chandigarh The restoration of Yugantar Ashram once the headquarters of the Ghadar Party in San Francisco (US) will start next year. During the Pravasi Bhartiya Divas in Kochi in January 2013 the then Prime Minister Manmohan Singh had announced to upgrade the Ghadar building into a museum and library with a sculpture to honour the Ghadarites. After the go-ahead by the Ministry of External Affairs in May this year decks have been cleared for the work costing around 9 million (about Rs 60 crore) said Inder Singh executive trustee Global Organisation of People of Indian Origin Foundation. Dr Raghbir Kaur general secretary Desh Bhagat Yadgar Committee Jalandhar who visited Yugantar Ashram in March said the announcement was made by Indian Consulate officials at a function in San Francisco. Kaur said the building needed urgent attention. Harish Puri former professor Guru Nanak Dev University Amritsar who has done research in the history of the Ghadar movement said A few documents and pictures are lying there. After renovation the building will develop into a centre of research. But the museum will require inputs from the local community and Ghadar historians. As per the plan the existing structure will be dismantled and a four-storeyed building resembling the Yugantar Ashram will be built. It will have a research and reference library housing digitised copies of the Ghadar Party archives and newspapers and a museum. The building will be opened to the public in 2019. Google marks India s Independence day with Tryst with Destiny doodle To mark India s 70th year of independence Google today dedicates its doodle to Jawaharlal Nehru s historic Tryst with Destiny speech to the Indian Constituent Assembly in the Parliament towards midnight on August 15 1947. Long years ago we made a tryst with destiny and now that time comes when we shall redeem our pledge not wholly or in full measure but very substantially. At the stroke of today s midnight hour when the world sleeps India will awake to life and freedom. A moment comes which comes but rarely in history when we step out from the old to new when an age ends and when the soul of a nation long suppressed finds utterance Independent India s first PM said. 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Speaking ahead of the launch of Transport Tuesday Mr Corbyn said The Southern rail debacle just goes to show how private transport operators cannot be trusted with having passengers best interests at heart. Public ownership of our railways is needed now to fix the transport nightmare we are currently faced with and we know there is overwhelming support among the British public for a people s railway. It is only by bringing the railways back under public ownership as the contracts expire that will fix the rail crisis and I m pleased that even some Tory politicians are now joining us in calling for Southern rail to immediately be brought under public ownership. 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This is not over even with the rains lessening as they move west and the sun appearing in some flooded areas. The flooding submerged large parts of the region on Sunday three days after water-swelled streams and rivers began rising. Local state and national agencies have been working together to rescue residents. Thousands were evacuated in Livingston Parish near the capital Baton Rouge the sheriff s department told local media with 100 people still waiting for help. The Louisiana National Guard said it had rescued nearly 500 people and 61 pets including 15 rescues by air. The Coast Guard said its helicopters rescued more than 50 people from rooftops vehicles and trailers on Saturday. Indian-origin student s device to keep disaster-hit areas connected Disruptions in phone connectivity in disaster-hit areas could soon be a thing of the past -- thanks to a device developed by an Indian-origin student at Britain s Staffordshire University. The new device known as Exigency was designed by Luqmaan Patel a university statement said. The device developed by 21-year-old Patel uses Ad-Hoc Network which receives satellite data and transmits it as cellular data to ensure that everyone within 2.5 km radius has access to basic phone communications. Though his design is only a temporary solution Patel hopes that it will make people think about a more efficient solution for overcoming communication difficulties experienced during natural disasters and ensure that communications are reliable and easily accessible for everyone in the affected zones. During the time of a disaster communication can completely collapse and transmit nothing for at least three days thus leaving everyone stranded. Patel felt this was an issue he had to address. I felt that it was a very long time for a victim to inform anyone about their well-being or to call for help he stated in the statement.Through further research he found that if you reduced the initial impact stage of up to three days by one single day it would reduce the overall recovery of the country by a thousand days. z - z D.J. 12.99 Dynamic Soundz GEA ICA BDII Tel 44 (0) 845 130 5040 Contact Mr. Prithi Singh 07944939290 MANN JITT Weekly Vol 12 Issue 580 18th August to 24th August 2016 31 Sindhu stuns World No. 2 Yihan to enter semifinals Rio de Janeiro Indian shuttler P.V. Sindhu caused a huge upset stunning World No. 2 Wang Yihan of China in straight games to enter the semi-finals of the women s singles category at the ongoing Rio Olympics. Faced with a much higher rated opponent the 21-year-old from Hyderabad scripted a 22-20 21-19 victory in 54 minutes over the former World No.1 at the Riocentro Pavilion 4 here on Tuesday. Now Sindhu will face World No.6 Nozomi Okuhara of Japan in the last-four stage. Okuhara defeated compatriot Akane Yamaguchi 11-21 21-17 21-10 in a hard-fought allJapan quarter-final clash which dragged on for one hour and eight minutes. Meanwhile Kidambi Srikanth the centre of attention at the Rio Olympics can take heart from Hyderabad city mate Sindhu for his men s singles silver medal winner in London four years ago has boosted the country s sagging hopes of a medal from the Games. However the task for Srikanth against Dan is formidable as national coach P Gopichand said. It s going to be a tough match and he (Srikanth) will give his best. Let s see how it goes. All past records have no significance. It s about keeping the momentum said Gopi after quarterfinal clash against current World No. 2 and guiding Sindhu past Wang. Chinese badminton icon Lin Dan here. Sindhu s Rio Olympics 2016 Laura Trott & Jason stunning straight-game Kenny - Britain s golden couple victory over formidable One relationship 10 Olympic gold medals.You might Chinese shuttler Wang Yihan on Day 11 on Tuesday to reach the semis is the ideal morale boost for Srikanth as he confronts two-time Olympic champion Dan. With the memorable win Sindhu became the second Indian badminton player to reach an Olympic forgive Laura Trott and Jason Kenny for leaving Rio rather semifinal after Saina full of themselves. Five competitions between them five Nehwal achieved the feat golds won. As of Tuesday night had the couple been a four years ago. Sindhu s country they would have sat 13th on the medal table above highly inspirational over the Jamaica Kenya and Brazil. Why Yadav could not become the boxer he could have It s because Indian boxing officials do not care about the sport all they want is power and control Rio de Janeiro Indian boxing has been left behind far behind the rest of the world. This was evident yet again when Vikas Krishan Yadav was outclassed by a 20-yearold Uzbek Bektemir Melikuziev in their 75kg quarterfinal bout. I thought I won the first round I thought I scored well in it Yadav said after his loss. But he won it and I just could not play after that. I can t box better than that against a left-hander. When Yadav himself was 19 he won a bronze medal at the Baku World Championships. Then boxing in the 69kg category Yadav himself a left-hander held great promise he was the one to look out for. The next big star. But then he didn t move up he didn t raise his game. Why did that happen Perhaps because there s no one on the Indian boxing scene who cares much about boxing. Boxing India and the former boxing federation officials have been feuding for years. Due to this turf fight among the officials the international governing body (AIBA) suspended the Indian federation in 2012. India doesn t have a recognised boxing association now. Jamaica Kenya US strike gold in athletics Kipyegon wins women s 1 500m for Kenya Jamaica s McLeod takes 110 hurdles as US miss out Taylor retains triple jump title Rio de Janeiro Jamaica Kenya and the United States added to their athletics medal tallies in the 110metres hurdles women s 1 500m and men s triple jump on Tuesday while Russia s sole track and field competitor survived to compete another day at Rio. Athletes from Kenya Croatia and Canada also claimed Olympic gold in a largely empty stadium where announcers urged rowdy Brazilian fans to restrain themselves after provoking a French pole vaulter with a chorus of boos the night before. Jamaica s Omar McLeod earned the country its first gold in the men s sprint hurdles Kenya s Faith Kipyegon devastated the field in the 1 500m and American Christian Taylor successfully defended his triple-jump gold. However the loudest cheers of the night came for native pole vaulter Thiago da Silva as he received the gold medal he won on Monday night. The crowd once again booed silver medalist French Renaud Lavillenie ignoring Da Silva s gestures asking for quiet. Lavillenie who the night before had complained about the booing during his final attempt apologised on Tuesday for having compared his experience to the hostility of Nazi Germany towards Jesse Owens at the 1936 Berlin Games. Magical moment or fun run act Women s marathon It might have appeared the very embodiment of the Olympic spirit but German athletics officials were not impressed when twins Lisaand Anna Hahner held hands as they crossed the finishing line in the women s marathon on Sunday.They were accused of treating the race like a fun run while Thomas Kurschilgen sports director of the German Athletics Federation told the New York Times Their main aim was to generate media attention. That is what we criticise. Irish Olympic official arrested - reports The head of the Irish and European Olympic committees Patrick Hickey has been arrested in Rio over illegal Olympic ticket sales Brazil media report. Mr Hickey 71 is suspected of illegally passing on tickets for the Games to touts who sold them at extortionate prices the reports say. Biles slip gives Sanne gold Rio de Janeiro As expected gymnast extraordinaire Simone Biles picked up her fourth medal at the Rio Olympics. Only problem was it was not the colour the American wanted. The glum look on her face as she stood on the lowest platform of the podium said it all -- she had not won a bronze medal on the balance beam. She had just lost her chance at creating history. All the soaring expectations about Biles becoming the first female gymnast to win five golds at a single Olympics came crashing down in a heartbeat -- thanks to a split-second wobble on a four-inch wide block of wood. That mistake elevated Dutchwoman Sanne Wevers to the most unexpected of victories. Joe Hart Manchester City goalkeeper considers move after being dropped by Guardiola Manchester City goalkeeper Joe Hart is considering a move away from the club after being dropped for the first two games under Pep Guardiola. Everton and Spanish side Sevilla are interested in taking the England star. With just two weeks left of the transfer window Hart 29 is only interested in a loan move in order to examine his options. 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