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IPL 2019: Captains of the eight franchises

first_imgOther Galleries 4 images Sat, 12 Oct, 2019 Free Fire India Today League: Team Nawabzade win final and Rs 8.5 Lakh 4 images Thu, 10 Oct, 2019 IND vs SA, 2nd Test: Mayank Agarwal hundred put India on top on Day 1Other Photogallery CategoriesIndiaMoviesLifestyleTelevisionAdd new comment Your name * E-mail * The content of this field is kept private and will not be shown publicly. Comment *More information about text formatsPlain textNo HTML tags allowed.Web page addresses and e-mail addresses turn into links automatically.Lines and paragraphs break automatically.647×363: 483×271: 370×208: 170×96: 88×50: Section: PhotoSportsIPL 2019CricketSportsIPL 2019CricketGallery Image: Image: Credit/Source: Delhi CapitalsCaption: Shreyas Iyer will captain Delhi Capitals. He took the captaincy of the franchise last year after Gautam Gambhir stepped downThumb Image: Enable: EnableOrder: 0Image: Credit/Source: BCCICaption: Ravichandran Ashwin will lead Kings XI Punjab for the second straight seasonThumb Image: Enable: EnableOrder: 0Image: Credit/Source: BCCICaption: Dinesh Karthik was appointed the captain of Kolkata Knight Riders last year and will lead the team for the second straight seasonThumb Image: Enable: EnableOrder: 0Image: Credit/Source: BCCICaption: Rohit Sharma has led Mumbai Indians to three IPL titles. He will look to take his team to the glory once againThumb Image: Enable: EnableOrder: 0Image: Credit/Source: Rajasthan RoyalsCaption: Ajinkya Rahane will captain Rajasthan Royals for the second straight season. The franchise returned to the IPL last year after a 2-year banThumb Image: Enable: EnableOrder: 0Image: Credit/Source: RCBCaption: Virat Kohli has never won an IPL title with Royal Challengers Bangalore and will want to change the script this yearThumb Image: Enable: EnableOrder: 0Image: Credit/Source: BCCICaption: Kane Williamson took over the Sunrisers Hyderabad captaincy after David Warner did not participate in IPL 2018. He led the team to the finalSyndication: SyndicationThumb Image: Enable: EnableOrder: 0Tags: IPL 2019captainsChennai Super KingsDelhi CapitalsRajasthan RoyalsMumbai IndiansRoyal Challengers BangaloreKolkata Knight RidersSunrisers HyderabadKings XI PunjabSource type: photogallerySocial media integration: Facebook Instant ArticleShort description: IPL 2019: Chennai Super Kings, Delhi Capitals, Rajasthan Royals, Mumbai Indians, Royal Challengers Bangalore, Kolkata Knight Riders, Sunrisers Hyderabad and Kings XI Punjab will once again vie for the title led by their captains.Syndicate: YesPreview_unique_id: preview_5c8a95322e2201552586034_1478335_editCommentContent Publish date: Thursday, March 14, 2019 – 23:15Story Extra Data: eyJzZWN0aW9uIjpbIjEyMDY2NzYiLCIxMjA4NTIxIiwiMTIwNjU1MCJdLCJjYXRlZ29yeSI6WyIxMjA4NTYxIiwiMTIwNzAzNSIsIjE4MDQwNTIiXSwic3ViX2NhdGVnb3J5IjpbIjE4MDQwNTMiXSwic3ViX3N1Yl9jYXRlZ29yeSI6bnVsbCwic3ViX3N1Yl9zdWJfY2F0ZWdvcnkiOm51bGwsInByaW1hcnlfY2F0ZWdvcnkiOiIxMjA2NTUwIn0=770×433:last_img read more

HRW calls for transparent probe

“It’s undisputed that security forces killed three protesters, but the Sri Lankan government’s kneejerk reaction is to deny possible wrongdoing,” said Meenakshi Ganguly, South Asia director at Human Rights Watch. “Instead of promoting the military’s version of events, the government should order an independent investigation and prosecute anyone who violated the law.” It is not clear why soldiers were deployed so soon without giving the police and local authorities a chance to handle what had been a peaceful protest, Human Rights Watch said. Video footage shows soldiers with military assault weapons approaching the protesters. The protesters begin running from the scene, some throwing sticks and other objects, before the soldiers appear to fire first in the air and then at the protesters.Some protesters sought safety in a local church, whose exterior walls were at some point struck by bullets. Church officials and eyewitnesses told journalists that armed soldiers entered the church and physically and verbally abused people hiding inside. Church staff were warned against supporting the protesters, with one nun being held at gunpoint, and journalists had their cameras broken. After the incident, journalists reported being threatened by military personnel against reporting. Human Rights Watch called on the government to ensure that security forces responding to protests abide by the United Nations Basic Principles on the Use of Force and Firearms by Law Enforcement Officials. The principles provide that security forces, including military personnel, shall “apply non-violent means before resorting to the use of force and firearms,” and that “whenever the lawful use of force and firearms is unavoidable,” law enforcement officials use force in proportion to the seriousness of the offense and the legitimate objective to be achieved, and minimize damage and injury. The intentional lethal use of firearms is only permitted when “strictly unavoidable in order to protect life.”“The authorities’ decision to send soldiers armed with assault rifles to secure a demonstration is deeply worrisome,” Ganguly said. “The government needs to rethink its whole approach to ensure that people can peacefully and safely protest.” The Sri Lankan government should stop issuing misleading information and promptly create an independent and transparent inquiry into the deaths of protesters at Weliweriya on August 1, 2013, Human Rights Watch said today.At least three people were killed and several injured after security forces fired live ammunition at protesters who were demanding access to clean drinking water. According to news reports, soldiers fired on local residents and Buddhist monks who were demonstrating for clean water on the Colombo-Kandy Road in Weliweriya, Gampaha district, about 25 kilometers from Colombo. The government of President Mahinda Rajapaksa claims that the soldiers reacted in self-defense against protesters who hurled rocks and petrol bombs and shot at them. The unclear circumstances leading to the deaths and injuries, as well as government statements exonerating the solders involved, highlight the need for an independent inquiry, Human Rights Watch said. read more