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But Dhriti pulled through, However,With regard to a demand for a gas agency for the family,he had said a recommendation will be sent to the centralgovernment London:The British pound seesawed wildly Friday and betting markets dramatically shortened the odds on Britain leaving the European Union as increasingly mixed signals challenged earlier market anticipation of a narrow victory for "remain" The pound initially soared as polls closed and two opinion surveys put "remain" ahead and two leading supporters of the "leave" campaign said it appeared the pro-EU side had won But it then suffered its biggest fall in years plummeting from about $150 to almost $140 as results began to show stronger-than-expected support for quitting the bloc With just about six million of an expected 16 million votes counted the result was effectively a 50-50 split — but "remain" was underperforming analysts’ expectations "Few ‘remain’ strongholds are doing better than expected" said John Curtice a University of Strathclyde political scientist and BBC election analyst "There are far more places where ‘leave’ are doing better than expected" Brexit supporters in London Reuters "It may be possible that the experts are going to have egg on their face later on tonight" he said The Betfair market predicted a 51 percent chance of Britain leaving the EU — the first time in the referendum campaign the option has become the favorite Bookies’ odds on Brexit also shortened to as short as 6-5 They had been 5-1 only hours earlier as polls pointed to a "remain" win The first results from England’s working-class northeast were a smaller-than-expected "remain" win in Newcastle and a bigger-than-expected "leave" vote in nearby Sunderland The "leave" side also outperformed expectations in other areas of England though "remain" was ahead in early Scottish results There was better news in London where the first districts to declare had strong "remain" majorities A vote to leave the EU would destabilize the 28-nation trading bloc created from the ashes of World War II to keep the peace in Europe A "remain" vote would nonetheless leave Britain divided and the EU scrambling to reform As the polls closed Thursday UK Independence Party leader Nigel Farage set a downbeat tone for the supporters of a British exit — or Brexit — from the EU telling Sky News television "it looks like ‘remain’ will edge it" in the referendum sending the pound to a 2016 peak of $150 But he walked back those comments later telling reporters at a "leave" party in central London that "maybe just under half maybe just over half of the country" had voted to pull Britain out of the EU The most recent polls had suggested "remain" had a narrow lead Pollster Ipsos Morisaid a survey conducted on Wednesday and Thursday suggested the "remain" side would win Britain’s EU referendum by a margin of 54 percent to 46 percent Earlier Thursday the firm had released a poll that indicated a 52-48 victory for "remain" That phone poll of 1592 people had a margin of error of plus or minus three percentage points But the firm’s chief executive Ben Page said continued polling on Thursday suggested a bigger swing to "remain" that gave the 54-46 result The overseas territory of Gibraltar was the first to report results late Thursday and as expected the British enclave reported an overwhelming vote for "remain" — 96 percent There as elsewhere turnout appeared high Officials in Gibraltar said almost 84 percent of eligible voters turned out to cast ballots; witnesses and reporters elsewhere said turnout was higher than in last year’s general election which was 66 percent High turnout had been expected to boost the "remain" vote because "leave" supporters are thought to be more motivated But high turnout in working-class areas that typically have lower tallies could also boost the "leave" vote "I think it is going to be really close" said photographer Antony Crolla 49 outside a London polling station That was certainly the case in Newcastle a city which had been expected to deliver a resounding victory for "remain" Instead the pro-Europe side squeaked by with 507 percent of the vote In Sunderland 61 percent of voters chose "leave" a bigger-than expected margin Polls had for months suggested a close battle although the past few days have seen some indication of momentum swinging toward the "remain" side But torrential rains especially in the "remain" stronghold of London raised fears of diminished turnout London’s Fire Brigade took 550 weather-related calls as the capital was hit by heavy precipitation thunderstorms and lightning strikes Some polling stations were forced to close because of flooding Prime Minister David Cameron who called the referendum and led the "remain" campaign faces an uncertain future whichever side wins Almost half the lawmakers from his Conservative Party backed an EU exit and the "leave" campaign was led by potential leadership rivals including former London Mayor Boris Johnson If "leave" wins he may have no choice but to resign "If the prime minister loses this I don’t see how he can survive as prime minister" said Scottish National Party lawmaker Alex Salmond "Talk about lame ducks This would be a duck with no legs and no stability whatsoever" At a referendum night party at the London School of Economics Kevin Featherstone the head of the European Institute said that whichever way things went the vote should serve as a wakeup call to politicians across the continent "One of the deeper headlines from tomorrow of a narrow victory either way is that wider Europe has got to learn the lesson about how to re-engage with ordinary publics" he said "We can see across Europe countries which have been . far bigger supporters of the European Union for a number of years starting to have serious doubts" By: Reuters | Published: August 27 2017 6:28 pm Jordan Spieth seized control with three straight birdies from the 14th en route to a six-under 64 (Source: Reuters) Top News Jordan Spieth used a late barrage of birdies to build a three-shot lead after the third round of the Northern Trust in Old Westbury New York on Saturday and put himself in position for his fourth victory of the year The British Open champion seized control with three straight birdies from the 14th en route to a six-under 64 at Glen Oaks Club where he leads world number one Dustin Johnson (67) in the first of the PGA Tour’s four lucrative FedExCup playoff events Spieth whose 64 tied the low round of the week had four birdies on a front nine that he bookended with bogeys but once again dominated the back nine by shooting 31 a day after needing 30 shots to complete the same stretch “(This course is) pretty straightforward” Spieth told CBS Sports “It’s very much in front of you I’m going to need to (drive it better) tomorrow to make it easier on myself” Spieth who held a share of the overnight lead with fellow Americans Johnson Rickie Fowler (74) and Venezuela’s Jhonattan Vegas (72) will now focus on trying to convert a 54-hole lead into victory for the 10th time in his last 11 outings Britain’s Paul Casey (66) Spain’s Jon Rahm (67) and Americans Patrick Reed (66) and Matt Kuchar (68) were five shots back of Spieth heading into the final round For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | London | Published: August 6 2017 11:18 pm Rose Chelimo finished strongly in 2 hours 27 minutes 11 seconds seven seconds clear of Kiplagat (Source: Reuters) Top News Rose Chelimo a Bahraini who switched allegiance from her Kenyan homeland sprinted away from her former compatriot Edna Kiplagat to win the women’s marathon at the World Athletics Championships after a tactical battle and exciting finish on Sunday Chelimo who had looked beaten fought back over the last few hundred metres approaching the Tower Bridge finish after Kiplagat struck for home too soon with two kilometres left Forging away to victory the 28-year-old who acquired Bahraini citizenship two years ago and was cleared by the IAAF last year to run for her adopted country denied Kiplagat what would have been an unprecedented third world marathon gold Chelimo finished strongly in 2 hours 27 minutes 11 seconds seven seconds clear of Kiplagat American Amy Cragg made a tremendous final burst to overhaul another Kenyan Flomena Daniel who had looked set for the bronze medal Cragg also closed in swiftly on the tiring 37-year-old Kiplagat but had to settle for third place in the same time of 2:27:18 Chelimo had enough energy to wave to the crowd as she approached the line and took the Bahraini flag offered by her team officials This though was the sort of scene that the IAAF want to see ended Earlier this year they froze new transfers of allegiance to stop oil-rich countries luring talented athletes from poor countries with offers of school and financial rewards Chelimo was one of those athletes who has achieved success particularly in half-marathons since switching allegiance and she was effusive in her praise of Bahrain “My life will change because I am a world champion for my country now It is so special for Bahrain the country is so happy for me to be the winner in 2017 They support me a lot” Chelimo said “I am feeling good and am happy to be the winner This is one of the best days in my life and hopefully there are more to come” FOURTH MARATHON This was only Chelimo’s fourth marathon Having won on her debut in Seoul she finished eighth at the Rio Olympics before her runner-up spot behind Kiplagat in Boston in April Chelimo’s victory stopped Kenya celebrating a marathon double alongside men’s champion Geoffrey Kipkorir Kirui on the first occasion both races had been held on the same day Chelimo proved a worthy winner of a race that only came alive in the final few kilometres over a tricky tight-cornered four-lap circuit of central London around some of the city’s most famous sights Watched by huge and enthusiastic crowds British stalwart Aly Dixon at the age of 38 and with no chance of winning was the unlikely home star She opened up a 32-second lead by the half-way point as she gestured cheerily to the crowd to give her more support The real race though had not even started A pack of 14 were still only edging up the pace gradually allowing Dixon who eventually finished 18th to lead until the 18th mile Even when caught she managed to hold on to the main contenders until the two-hour mark as they held off making the first move American Cragg eventually broke but when the field splintered Chelimo pushed for home only for the more rangy Kiplagat to storm past her She had though made her move too early with a deceptive uphill stretch towards the finish “I think that last 2km was the most difficult All the way I worked so hard but the last 3km was too long for me I think I was too tired after the previous sprints (to try to break Chelimo)” Kiplagat said Of her distinguished rival Chelimo said: “Edna is strong At 35km I pushed after some time Edna came and I said to myself ‘let her go’ I already accepted to be second “But then I caught her I was encouraged and thought ‘maybe I can try’ and I succeeded” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top News “We’ll have the best available science, 13, The advisory asks Chinese nationals to pay attention to their personal safety and the local security situation and to avoid unnecessary travel within the country, The advisory highlights the “weekend train derailment, it should be investigated and if they are found guilty,” Modi said. Winning the title is the cherry on the cake. Poulumi Ghatak had kind words for the young champion Manika is a huge talentand will surely be a great asset to the Indian team However it is important for her to be consistent?
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