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US President Donald Trump called back to back his so-called best friends PM Khan and PM Modi and urge to moderate tensions in the state of Jammu and Kashmir. He urged as a statesman they have complete tendency and capability to the moderate situations.
US President Donald Trump has in a phone conversation asked Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan to “moderate rhetoric” with India over the situation in Jammu and Kashmir in an effort to reduce tensions.
President Trump called his good friends PM Khan and Modi urged them to negotiate and offered if he could play the part.
Earlier Khan visited the USA on the call of President Trump during his maiden visit they discussed various regional issues including Kashmir where Trump cited that he spoke to Modi two weeks ago and offered him his role of facilitation however Foreign Minister of India at UN explicit session said it’s India’s internal matter. In response to that FM, Shah M Qureshi said its a clear violation of human rights and the world should take notice
PM Imran Khan at White House with President Trump
PM Imran Khan during his visit to White House with President Trump and Melania Trump
Pakistan newly elected Premier Imran Khan will pay his maiden visit to White House on Trump’s US President call to talk about strengthening cooperation between US-Pak. Previously several times it was assumed that two leaders may meet in various platforms but could not actually make it happen.
Statement from the Press Secretary on the Visit of His Excellency Imran Khan, Prime Minister of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan
President Donald J. Trump will welcome Prime Minister Imran Khan of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan to the White House on July 22, 2019. The visit will focus on strengthening cooperation between the United States and Pakistan to bring peace, stability, and economic prosperity to a region that has seen far too much conflict. President Trump and Prime Minister Khan will discuss a range of issues, including counterterrorism, defense, energy, and trade, with the goal of creating the conditions for a peaceful South Asia and an enduring partnership between our two countries.
Well, it’s all over for Greens from the mega event. It was a shaky start with West Indies and followed on by India and Australia. Due to the fact that the team defeated tournament best teams such as England who whitewashed Pakistan in the home series happened just before #CWC19, New Zealand, SouthAfrica, Bangladesh, and Afghanistan. No doubt they have the capability to overcome any team if its there day that was the general thought.
Where does the Problem Lie?
I think we had the same team who bought us Cup in Champions Trophy in 2017 but what happened to the same team in 2 years? Is it justified to blame system, structure, technique or skill of the player? I don’t think that’s true.
The only problem I see in the team is ‘Pressure handling/management’, they just have no idea when it happens to be 44/3 such figures does not at all means a sudden collapse. Not at all. Every world-class team often face such figures and revamp themselves and score big.
Quite interesting situation has erupted after India and England’s match being played yesterday where most of the people were expecting India to dominate and unicorn their neighbor Pakistan and Bangladesh were backing. Well, it went another way around. England’s win on Sunday has pushed them to 10 points. What does that mean for the semi-final race?
England’s win against India means that Sri Lanka is out. Even if they win their two remaining matches and England lose to New Zealand, Sri Lanka will finish on the same number of points as England, but with one lesser win (because of two rained out matches), which is the first criteria for teams level on points.
With Australia already through, five teams are battling for the three remaining spots: India, New Zealand, England, Pakistan, and Bangladesh. Among them, India and New Zealand are better placed, all but through, because of their superior net run rate – explained in more detail below – while England, Pakistan and Bangladesh are fighting for one slot.
Can England still qualify if they lose to New Zealand on Wednesday?
Yes, they can. For that, they will need to hope India beats Bangladesh and Bangladesh beat Pakistan. Such a scenario would have both Bangladesh and Pakistan on nine points, with England qualifying as the fourth team with 10 points.
The weather is set fair at Chester le Street for Wednesday’s clash between England and New Zealand. Even if there is a no-result, England will still make it because of their superior net run rate, compared to Bangladesh and Pakistan.
What about Bangladesh and Pakistan? How has England’s win affected their chances?
Both sides need 11 points, but as things stand, only one of them can get there because one of their remaining clashes is against each other on Friday.
For Pakistan to qualify, they have to beat Bangladesh and hope New Zealand beat England. Similarly, Bangladesh needs to win their last two games and then hope New Zealand beat England. Neither side can afford a loss, however.
Are Bangladesh/ Pakistan out for sure if England beat New Zealand? What about the net-run-rate scenarios among the teams on 11 points?
If India loses their two remaining games and if New Zealand loses to England, then three teams – India, New Zealand and Pakistan/Bangladesh – will finish on 11, vying for two spots.
If Pakistan beat Bangladesh and are the third team on 11 points, then New Zealand and India will qualify, as Pakistan’s NRR of -0.792 is far too much of a handicap.
For them to nudge ahead, India will have to lose each of their matches by around 150 runs (or the sum of their losses will have to be around 300), and Pakistan will have to beat Bangladesh by around 200 runs.
For Pakistan to go past New Zealand, the result of the two relevant matches – Pakistan beating Bangladesh and England beating New Zealand – will have to be in the region of around 220 runs each.
For Bangladesh, the NRR situation isn’t quite as dire, but it is still rather improbable. If, for example, the results of all three matches – Bangladesh’s wins versus India and Pakistan, and India’s defeat against Sri Lanka – are in the region of around 75 runs, then Bangladesh will go ahead of India on NRR