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are not ready but we are ready The audiences are ready They are totally adult They can handle a film If they don’t like it they will not see it so I think we have to give up this patriarchal view which decides what people like Share This Article Related Article “They seem to assume knowledge of how society is and what works These are all suppositions… we have to allow the atmosphere of films to be made and the audience is wise enough to choose” Sudhir said on the sidelines of Film Bazaar here today For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsClick here to follow the livescore and updates of the Group B match between Turkey and Mali Click here to follow the live coverage of the Group A match betweenGhana and USA Preview:Last edition’s runners-up Mali would look to bounce back from their opening game loss to Paraguay when they face Turkey in a Group B encounter of the FIFA U-17 World Cup on Monday After conceding two goals Mali fought back hard to level the scores 2-2 at the half-time in their game against Paraguay but they eventually lost 2-3 File photo of the Turkey U17 team Getty Images Mali’s defence is an area of concern and was widely exposed by Paraguay But they have some strong attackers and coach Jonas Komla would surely expect his boys to learn from the mistakes they committed in their opening game Mali who failed to win the title in 2015 after losing to Nigeria in the final are considered as the dark horses and they will have to score a win against Turkey to remain in the fray Mali produced an aggressive display against Paraguay but they would need to pull up their socks against Turkey who drew 1-1 against New Zealand in their Group opener Mali coach has admitted his boys were overenthusiastic to finish their game against Paraguay which was one of the reasons for their defeat and he would want his boys to build their game and not hurry like the last time Turkey coach Mehmet Hacioglu had earlier said that the players from the other three sides were physically well-built but his team had more skilful players Ahmed Kutucu the goal scorer in the last game will have to replicate his performance His stunning headers can surely decimate the opposition and all eyes will be on him Other Turkey midfielders will also need to support him as they did in the first half against New Zealand Kutucu had blamed lapses in concentration as one of the reasons for conceding the equaliser to the Kiwis and he would want his players to demonstrate unwavering focus during their game against Mali tomorrow Squad: Mali: Alkalifa Coulibaly Boubacar Haidara Djemoussa Traore Fode Konate Mamadi Fofana Mohamed Camara Hadji Drame Abdoulaye Dabo Seme Camara Salam Giddou Mamadou Traore Mahamane Toure Soumaila Doumbia Siaka Sidibe Abdoulaye Diaby Youssouf Koita Mamadou Samake Ibrahiim Kane Lassana Ndiayne Cheick Oumar Doucoure Massire Gassama Turkey: Berke Ozer Emirhan Civelek Melih Gokcimen Sahan Akyuz Ozan Kabak Sefa Akgun Ahmed Kutucu Kerem Kesgin Malik Karaahmet Atalay Babachan Recep Gul Eren Bilen Ismail Cokcalis Umut Gunes Yunus Akgun Sezer Taskolu Egehan Gok Abdussamed Karnucu Berk Cetin Embiya Ayyildiz Ozan Oruc Caracas: A cousin of former Venezuelan oil czar Rafael Ramirez was arrested in an investigation into a series of accounts in an Andorran bank suspected of being used to launder about $16 billion in corrupt funds the chief prosecutor has announced File image of Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro AP The arrest of Diego Salazar comes amid a widening corruption probe into Venezuela’s state-run oil industry that some see as an attempt by President Nicolas Maduro to consolidate power within his socialist party ahead of next year’s presidential elections Many proteges of Ramirez have been detained including former Oil Minister Eulogio del Pino and Nestor Martinez ex-president of state oil company PDVSA Ramirez himself has not been arrested though there are unconfirmed reports he has been dismissed from his current post as Venezuela’s ambassador to the United Nations Some observers see him as the ultimate target of the purge In a telephone interview broadcast on state-run television Attorney General Tarek William Saab said Salazar is accused of money laundering and association to commit a crime Salazar and others would be linked to a corruption scheme in the bank in Andorra a nation of 85000 inhabitants between Spain and France Saab said In 2015 Andorra intervened in the Banca Privada d’Andorra or BPA after the US Treasury Department accused it of laundering money from groups in China Russia and Venezuela Saab said that documentation obtained by Venezuela’s Public Ministry includes contracts between the parties and bank transfers that suggest attempts to defraud state companies and agencies and launder about $16 billion in funds India and Russia marked 70 years of diplomatic relations with a successful summit where Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Russian president Vladimir Putin reaffirmed their "trust-based" special relationship and signed the St Petersburg Declaration The St Petersburg Declaration lays out the road map for further deepening relations with a greater focus on strengthening economic and energy ties Through the past seven decades the bilateral relationship has grown into a special and privileged partnership The two leaders had agreed at their last meeting in Goa in October 2016 that 70 years of their diplomatic ties would be celebrated with a series of events in 2017 File image of Vladimir Putin and Narendra Modi PTI Professor Arun Kumar Mohanty of Jawaharlal Nehru University recalls the events that led to India and Russia establishing diplomatic relations "The British government was opposed to any closer links between India and the Soviet Union Though Russia had opened a consulate in Bombay (now Mumbai) in 1900 as a result of an agreement that allowed Britain to open a consulate in Tbilisi the British leadership was not ready for formal ties with India" Mohanty said Britain and Russia had been the protagonists in the ‘Great Game’ of the 19thcentury when both powers sought to thwart the other’s ingress into Afghanistan and Central Asia In 1946 after coming out of jail Jawaharlal Nehru had made a public statement that India would consider establishing diplomatic relations with the Soviet Union as it would be important for a neutral foreign policy Though the British authorities were opposed to it Nehru and the Congress Party were not willing to give up their plans Nehru sought a way to contact the Russian leadership "Secret contact was established with Russian leaders in Paris" Mohanty said Paris was the venue for the Paris Peace Conference where the Allied powers were negotiating with the smaller Axis countries such as Italy and Bulgaria on peace treaties A Russian delegation was present in Paris for the conference Nehru sent VK Krishna Menon to Paris with a letter "Menon handed over the letter to the then Russian foreign minister Vyacheslav Molotov who was quite enthusiastic about the proposal to establish diplomatic relations" There had been some preliminary contact between the two sides in San Francisco during the historic conference for the founding of the United Nations India and the Soviet Union were represented by high-powered delegations The Paris trip was planned in secret but British intelligence got to know that Menon had met Molotov Nehru had planned to go to Moscow in February 1947 but the British authorities scuttled the move The question arose of how to complete the formalities of establishing diplomatic relations About this time Nehru learnt that Canada and the Soviet Union had established formal diplomatic relations through the exchange of protocols Discussions were initiated with the Russian leadership through London and Nanjing (where the Chinese Nationalists government was located); the talks were coordinated by Menon in London Eventually a two sentence protocol for establishing diplomatic relations was delivered by India’s Ambassador to China KPS Menon to the Soviet embassy in Nanjing News of the exchange of protocols was published in Pravda on 13April 1947 The British government was taken by surprise; it had not expected the process to move so fast After establishing diplomatic ties India’s interim government moved ahead and one week before Independence India opened its first diplomatic mission with the arrival of Vijaylakshmi Pandit as India’s envoy in Moscow on 9 August 1947 The Soviet leaders responded by welcoming the new envoy and arranging a good-sized building to house the Indian chancery in war-ravaged Moscow Relations between New Delhi and Moscow began on a cordial note but there were also some differences of opinion Moscow appreciated the Indian stance on the Korean crisis and relations improved Over the years the bilateral ties strengthened till the two sides signed the Indo-Soviet Treaty of Peace Friendship and Cooperation in 1971 and by 2017? 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