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"vannes stan" Discussed on First Person

First Person

12:47 min | 10 months ago

"vannes stan" Discussed on First Person

"Go ahead to two thousand eight e become the ambassador to Washington and at that point what were the most challenging aspects of your job. What was the tension between Pakistan and the US so let me back up a little in two thousand and two? I came to the United States and I came here to Krista the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and then to be a professor of international relations in Boston University and the reason was that I had been a fervent critic off gentleman sheriff and his dictatorship so it became difficult for me to stay in Pakistan. John and I came into a life exactly Musharraf as you know had massive public uprising against him in two thousand seven hundred thousand. Nate new elections were held the civilian government that was elected asked me to become ambassador. Were already based here. I was already in the United States. I literally moved from Boston to Washington. DC to become ambassador rather than moving from Islamabad to Washington at that shifts. Your Life. I mean had you liked being civilian and just teaching young. Actually with hindsight site probably would be better off remaining a civilian because I found myself in the vortex of a lot of controversies after became investor. Of course those who criticise me would argue that you know the fact that I had lived in exile for a few years and made me predisposed to seeing things from an American I who wear as I saw it as being being a little bit more objective I understood what the weaknesses in the Pakistani position. If we were going to build a democracy in Pakistan Pakistan could not be a democracy see and be home to Jihadi terrorist both at the same time. How did they entice you back? Then I mean it seems like you'd have a nice live in Boston but The civilian civilian leadership. I was very close to them in the Bhutto as our our leader and she used to meet regularly. I met regularly. We talked about it so we were the way I saw it. We had an opportunity with Musharraf. Gone the military being prepared to seat bar to the civilians. We could actually build a viable modern democracy in Pakistan and then Benazir Bhutto had been killed as you know and when she was skilled husband husband who became president had kind of an emotional advantage in asking me. You know what I know that you're going to give up a comfortable life as is a professor in the US but this is some very you would be effective and useful environment to become ambassador. And then on the American side. They were a lot of people who said to me. Hey you it would be a good interlocutor to have a life for you. Input killed though. I mean we learn French was extremely traumatic and I felt immense sense of responsibility not Because she had young Children Home v knew very well ask family and because she didn't also have to go back. Doc I mean she could have said. I've been prime minister twice. I'm going to live comfortably abroad. She also went from a sense of duty. Where were you when she was killed built in Boston? And how did you hear about it. Somebody called me actually. I was sleeping early in the morning. Eastern time the phone rang. I answered the phone. Oh my wife had gone to bacchus the Sun She ran for parliament and became a member of parliament. So somebody called me and said done on CNN and done on CNN and the news was so I called my wife who was crying and willink she was at the hospital. been had been brought after that fateful attack one up and so that was partly dri back in that drew me back in and secondly look if it wanted to do something important and something historic then you have to give up some comfort and then in twenty eleven year involved in something that came to be called memo gate. Memo Gate was a label that was invented in Pakistan for something that will not a total fabrication After the whole bin Laden raid a a lot of questions raised about Paxton's conduct as to why Pakistan had bin Laden and the Pakistani military and intelligence services that didn't like my guts anyway because I had already written a book that was published a few years earlier titled Pakistan Between Mosque and military in which I had pointed out that the reason why Pakistan has religious extremists because is the military actually cultivates them for regional political influence so the militant and the intelligence services didn't like me but after the bin Laden raid taught our. We need a scapegoat. We need somebody to blame for why the Americans were able to find bin Laden without us being able to find find him. I didn't want to answer the question. Why was Bin Laden there in the first place there? People doubt that Pakistan didn't know absolutely. I'm one of them so they decided they needed a distraction and in this environment apex American businessmen who lived in Monaco. If I'm not mistaken came up with this allegation that I had asked him to deliver a memo on behalf of the civilian government to Admiral Mullen. Who was the chairman of the Joint Chiefs and add had the MEMEL promised certain concessions to the US if the US helped the Pakistani civilians got the military down to site now the catch all of this is that while there's nothing wrong with the civilian government asserting authority over the military suggesting that a foreign country's military put pressure on the military of your own country. Cut them down to size was rock. I had nothing to with that. Memo the editor of Pakistan's as was quoted in the Guardian is calling it a slow moving coop. Yes exactly so. It was essentially an attempt to weaken can the civilian government by accusing it of seeking American military support against Pakistan's military nine bucks in the military is respected and admired. It's ruled the country for more than half its life. If and even those who don't admire it gone bad mouth even though it's a very politicized institution so it was an attempt to cut civilians downsize. This and eventually I went back to try and answer. The questions of Cassandra went to Pakistan to do that. I was told not to leave the country so I was stuck there for about three months but eventually they had to let me go because they hadn't charged with anything they have no criminal proceedings that participate in. So how long Jonquet just sit there waiting for. Where were you during so during that time I was protected by the civilian leadership of the country? I I was in the president's residents and when he became ill and had to travel abroad. The prime minister kept me in the Prime Minister's House. I was virtually ended attention in the sense that I couldn't leave. Ah premises but I was physically protected against the military to unique situation and the civilian government supported me in my position and my right to actually have all the legal protections that I was entitled to and the military and the intelligence services joining with the hardest line elements of Pakistan's media saying some treason has has been committed. This man you know. Let's just hang him and have a try litter but to actually. I was allowed to leave the country and I haven't done. Since but in January there was an arrest warrant issued Free Cassini coats issue what are known as political arrest warrants pretty frequently and the international community has now figured that out so these are centered around and they tried to get entry turnball turns them down and foreign countries. Turn them down routinely because it's now become such a sad practice it was done against Benazir Bhutto been done against which really every Pakistani political figure of any consequence. Do you live in fear I don't think so I am not easily terrified. So that's one part. The other part is that When has to say what one has to say? I mean what what's going to happen open I don't think that any international court is ever going to on a any of these allegations. These are primarily designed. Do keep the box tiny population from taking some of my writings. And my criticisms cicely lost your country as a result earliest temporarily emperor. Yeah but I'm not the only one I think the people who live there also lost family in Pakistan. I have extended family. That your wife is here. Oh now my wife and children. I want to circle US backed Afghanistan president. Trump's made it clear he wants out of Afghanistan sent will what's the endgame well. I don't think president trump has an endgame. I think he wants out and he wants out and There are people who measure military intervention mentioned by years. And those who do that say. Hey you've been there seventeen years time to come out. My point is that military intervention should always be measured against goose. Bruce what did you go for and to accomplish it or not and if you did not why not. It shouldn't be measured in time in terms of what you ended there. Therefore you went there. Because the United States was attacked on nine eleven of Coniston had become a safe haven for al Qaeda and other Islamist extremists. Jihadi the groups the idea after that was to try and make sure that of Ghanistan image it environment doesn't become a safe haven for global terrorism. They're the US went wrong. Was the Bush administration's mistake of completely trust in General Musharraf in ensuring that the Aja the groups are eliminated on the puck sunny site. So while of Vannes Stan was rebuilding. You ended up having the Taliban reorganized and become a nuisance and sort of CONISTON. Then President Obama made a huge mistake off the so-called surgeon of Ghanistan to fight the Taliban but at the same time announced the data for the vitriol as what that did was it hit the Taliban and Pakistan's supported them game. How Long America will be there the Taliban had a maxim that Milomar who was the founder of the Taliban used to say that the Americans Have Watches v half the time and basically when President Obama announced that there will be a scheduled withdrawal tied to the surge all all they did was told the Taliban to sit in their sort of funeral safe havens envied for the American withdrawal when that withdrawal didn't come the Taliban undecided to increase the heat which has now deserted and president trump. I sing who will stay as long as we need to. But now saying we are in a hurry to withdraw so in every way you look at it basically the US has not really put up the fight that should have been put up to succeed has US lost. I don't think the US has lost. I think the US has allowed the others to be able to proclaim victory by not putting up a fight Nothing has ever been done to deal with the constant back and forth of Taliban and their supplies applies from the Pakistani side of Weinstein's own government has been allowed to go in every which direction the US spent too much money on Afghanistan. We twelve necessary. I'll give you an example When I was invested I learned that there were several studies that were taking taking place here about these standards at which of public schools and I said to somebody in the the US gunman how many do these studies cost? And there's a couple of hundred thousand dollars for somebody doing a study and I said what are these studies about. You're trying trying to figure out whether schools in Ghana Stan should be more like New Jersey. Schools are Maryland schools. Something why don't you understand. You know Ghanistan. Based on before the Soviets game a decent school was a roof. A blackboard some chock a teacher and some books. Why can't we do that so when people here complain that Oh God the US visted and spent too much money in done around to them and say you didn't didn't have to you did that because that's where you make your decisions? It's not the port of this for. You could have done it all at much less cost. And so what has happened now is that. Nobody's thinking about the ordinal reason for going into Afghanistan..

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"vannes stan" Discussed on FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)

FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)

11:53 min | 10 months ago

"vannes stan" Discussed on FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)

"Go ahead to two thousand eight e become the ambassador to Washington and at that point what were the most challenging aspects of your job. What was the tension between Pakistan and the US so let me back up a little in two thousand and two? I came to the United States and I came here to Krista the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and then to be a professor of international relations in Boston University and the reason was that I had been a fervent critic off gentleman sheriff and his dictatorship so it became difficult for me to stay in Pakistan. John and I came into a life exactly Musharraf as you know had massive public uprising against him in two thousand seven hundred thousand. Nate new elections were held the civilian government that was elected asked me to become ambassador. Were already based here. I was already in the United States. I literally moved from Boston to Washington. DC to become ambassador rather than moving from Islamabad to Washington at that shifts. Your Life. I mean had you liked being civilian and just teaching young. Actually with hindsight site probably would be better off remaining a civilian because I found myself in the vortex of a lot of controversies after became investor. Of course those who criticise me would argue that you know the fact that I had lived in exile for a few years and made me predisposed to seeing things from an American I who wear as I saw it as being being a little bit more objective I understood what the weaknesses in the Pakistani position. If we were going to build a democracy in Pakistan Pakistan could not be a democracy see and be home to Jihadi terrorist both at the same time. How did they entice you back? Then I mean it seems like you'd have a nice live in Boston but The civilian civilian leadership. I was very close to them in the Bhutto as our our leader and she used to meet regularly. I met regularly. We talked about it so we were the way I saw it. We had an opportunity with Musharraf. Gone the military being prepared to seat bar to the civilians. We could actually build a viable modern democracy in Pakistan and then Benazir Bhutto had been killed as you know and when she was skilled husband husband who became president had kind of an emotional advantage in asking me. You know what I know that you're going to give up a comfortable life as is a professor in the US but this is some very you would be effective and useful environment to become ambassador. And then on the American side. They were a lot of people who said to me. Hey you it would be a good interlocutor to have a life for you. Input killed though. I mean we learn French was extremely traumatic and I felt immense sense of responsibility not Because she had young Children Home v knew very well ask family and because she didn't also have to go back. Doc I mean she could have said. I've been prime minister twice. I'm going to live comfortably abroad. She also went from a sense of duty. Where were you when she was killed built in Boston? And how did you hear about it. Somebody called me actually. I was sleeping early in the morning. Eastern time the phone rang. I answered the phone. Oh my wife had gone to bacchus the Sun She ran for parliament and became a member of parliament. So somebody called me and said done on CNN and done on CNN and the news was so I called my wife who was crying and willink she was at the hospital. been had been brought after that fateful attack one up and so that was partly dri back in that drew me back in and secondly look if it wanted to do something important and something historic then you have to give up some comfort and then in twenty eleven year involved in something that came to be called memo gate. Memo Gate was a label that was invented in Pakistan for something that will not a total fabrication After the whole bin Laden raid a a lot of questions raised about Paxton's conduct as to why Pakistan had bin Laden and the Pakistani military and intelligence services that didn't like my guts anyway because I had already written a book that was published a few years earlier titled Pakistan Between Mosque and military in which I had pointed out that the reason why Pakistan has religious extremists because is the military actually cultivates them for regional political influence so the militant and the intelligence services didn't like me but after the bin Laden raid taught our. We need a scapegoat. We need somebody to blame for why the Americans were able to find bin Laden without us being able to find find him. I didn't want to answer the question. Why was Bin Laden there in the first place there? People doubt that Pakistan didn't know absolutely. I'm one of them so they decided they needed a distraction and in this environment apex American businessmen who lived in Monaco. If I'm not mistaken came up with this allegation that I had asked him to deliver a memo on behalf of the civilian government to Admiral Mullen. Who was the chairman of the Joint Chiefs and add had the MEMEL promised certain concessions to the US if the US helped the Pakistani civilians got the military down to site now the catch all of this is that while there's nothing wrong with the civilian government asserting authority over the military suggesting that a foreign country's military put pressure on the military of your own country. Cut them down to size was rock. I had nothing to with that. Memo the editor of Pakistan's as was quoted in the Guardian is calling it a slow moving coop. Yes exactly so. It was essentially an attempt to weaken can the civilian government by accusing it of seeking American military support against Pakistan's military nine bucks in the military is respected and admired. It's ruled the country for more than half its life life and even those who don't admire it gone bad mouth even though it's a very politicized institution so it was an attempt to cut civilians downsize. This and eventually I went back to try and answer. The questions of Cassandra went to Pakistan to do that. I was told not to leave the country so I was stuck there for about three months but eventually they had to let me go because they hadn't charged with anything they have no criminal proceedings that participate in. So how long Jonquet just sit there waiting for. Where were you during so during that time I was protected by the civilian leadership of the country? I I was in the president's residents and when he became ill and had to travel abroad. The prime minister kept me in the Prime Minister's House. I was virtually ended attention in the sense that I couldn't leave. Ah premises but I was physically protected against the military to unique situation and the civilian government supported me in my position and my right to actually have all the legal protections that I was entitled to and the military and the intelligence services joining with the hardest line elements of Pakistan's media saying some treason has has been committed. This man you know. Let's just hang him and have a try litter but to actually. I was allowed to leave the country and I haven't done. Since but in January there was an arrest warrant issued Free Cassini coats issue what are known as political arrest warrants pretty frequently and the international community has now figured that out so these are centered around and they tried to get entry turnball turns them down and foreign countries. Turn them down routinely because it's now become such a sad practice it was done against Benazir Bhutto been done against which really every Pakistani political figure of any consequence. Do you live in fear I don't think so I am not easily terrified. So that's one part. The other part is that When has to say what one has to say? I mean what what's going to happen open I don't think that any international court is ever going to on a any of these allegations. These are primarily designed. Do keep the box tiny population from taking some of my writings and my criticisms cicely believers country as a result earliest temporarily emperor. Yeah but I'm not the only one I think the people who live there also lost family in Pakistan. I have extended family. That your wife is here. Oh now my wife and children. I want to circle US backed Afghanistan president. Trump's made it clear he wants out of Afghanistan sent will what's the endgame well. I don't think president trump has an endgame. I think he wants out and he wants out and There are people who measure military intervention mentioned by years. And those who do that say. Hey you've been there seventeen years time to come out. My point is that military intervention should always be measured against goose. Bruce what did you go for and to accomplish it or not and if you did not why not. It shouldn't be measured in time in terms of what you ended there. Therefore you went there. Because the United States was attacked on nine eleven of Coniston had become a safe haven for al Qaeda and other Islamist extremists. Jihadi the groups the idea after that was to try and make sure that of Ghanistan image it environment doesn't become a safe haven for global terrorism. They're the US went wrong. Was the Bush administration's mistake of completely trust in General Musharraf in ensuring that the Aja the groups are eliminated on the puck sunny site. So while of Vannes Stan was rebuilding. You ended up having the Taliban reorganized and become a nuisance and sort of CONISTON. Then President Obama made a huge mistake off the so-called surgeon of Ghanistan to fight the Taliban but at the same time announced the data for the federal as what that did was it hit the Taliban and Pakistan's supported them game. How Long America will be there the Taliban had a maxim that Milomar who was the founder of the Taliban used to say that the Americans Have Watches v half the time and basically when President Obama announced that there will be a scheduled withdrawal tied to the surge all all they did was told the Taliban to sit in their sort of funeral safe havens envied for the American withdrawal when that withdrawal didn't come the Taliban undecided to increase the heat which has now deserted and president trump. I sing who will stay as long as we need to. But now saying we are in a hurry to withdraw so in every way you look at it basically the US has not really put up the fight that should have been put up to succeed has US lost. I don't think the US has lost. I think the US has allowed the others to be able to proclaim victory by not putting up a fight Nothing has ever been done to deal with the constant back and forth of Taliban and their supplies applies from the Pakistani side of Weinstein's own government has been allowed to go in every which direction the US spent too much money on Afghanistan. We twelve necessary. I'll give you an example When I was invested I learned that there were several studies that were taking taking place here about these standards at which of public schools and I said to somebody in the the US gunman how many do these studies cost?.

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"vannes stan" Discussed on Its Cricket Show

Its Cricket Show

13:50 min | 1 year ago

"vannes stan" Discussed on Its Cricket Show

"Sir hub hopper originals hello and welcome to aids cricket pichu. My name is hamid and i'm here with the very latest episode of this podcast gives me <hes> today is took the oath of june <hes> in the bus dude as we have seen some exciting matches on the contrary yesterday <hes> like on saturday we saw sri lanka almost bow out of the tournament now <hes> salunke does have up outside beat off john's if there has to be many things which has to go the way for them to still qualify on the earth like you must have heard reports that they are completely out of the tournament which are not true. They have medical john's <hes> on sun on saturday. <hes> i think she will match was on friday right. Yes and on saturday the have lost their meaning. You know it so it's going so fast of ghanistan was is boxed on and we also another madge exciting citing thriller <hes> between gunnison pakistan and australia versus new zealand now. Let's talk about of ghana stan roses pakistan. There was some <hes> <hes> clashes and some fan clash which happened a bit before d match almost an <hes> some some some do people were had to careered some to fans have to be accurate due to this action of the as a talking about the match. It was really really a down to vile ghana stan who batting first this took out some good batting. The start was really good. Ramaphosa engelbert deny abramova scored thirty five runs off forty three. He was the most fluent that he looked in this ornament and he he is a one of their batsmen of gunnison who is in good form will deny newbie bandana nicola badeah economic leaking now could cosmic or by global denied halicki. He's the usual batsman who digs the takes the lead and tries to guide deigning be that ankle which is needed in the first phase offer ghanistan betting but that did not happen this time around hashmatullah shahidi to did not believe l. so the only person only batsman who worked basically or <hes>. Let's see let me from this. The thing which worked for vannes stan during this batting <hes> was a gun they are ex-captain who scored a quickfire fired forty two from thirty five which was i was at least very surprised to see it is because he was completely out of form and ye coming out there and showing that positive attitude and scoring quickly were which consisted of two sixes by the and three boundaries and then also there ever a good batsman who sell for somebody's is and bets soared on the order naci will zadran scored forty to fifty four deliveries now these because of these scores the scored propelled two two hundred and thirty otherwise at one point they were not even looking clue because they will one twenty five and half the team was back in the hut so it was looking talking very difficult for them but then these courtesy of these two batsmen the did manage to score good runs <hes> off at least some runs which they tort. What were we fighting total. Now imad wazim <hes> oh for pakistan's bullying imad was seen took two wickets but <hes> buller which worked for them was shaheen hinshaw afridi he took full vacates. His great form continues from last match. He has come to form at diversity ripe movement in the tournament ornament when pakistan actually needed him so he is back in form which is great news for pakistan while hubbard is to couple of wickets mama the army statement owned in not take any beginning <hes> which was a bit unusual <hes> so <hes> pakistan managed restrict them at two hundred twenty seven rents and pakistan came out to bed. It was a fucker. Someone who's terrible form. During this tournament continued he got out for doc courtesy of madurai. I am on speaker now. Pakistan's <hes> initial batting line-up did not look at great apart from the evergreen bob azzam <music> who scored forty five of district even deliveries other people all looked to be struggling very much struggling against the spin. If not for <hes> you might seem who took it upon himself to make pakistan the home or cross that line otherwise it look like they are somehow going to lose this match and we're going to you see a deeply of the warm up match reading of gunnison had to be defeated baucus tan so which <hes> gerber luckily it eat especially subset of what is emma out who gave an out up to john's sister bought come malaysia pakistan gidget nikki kinky unser also knew he shook his head and he went into back behind <hes> very very detective movie dejected so licking imad was evening forty-nine nikolai shut adopt kanu was aboard the f. in juarez ni week fire scored <unk> precipitation nicola also dog in which serb keeping two balls the one in forty nine point four overs. This was some good performance by <hes> by <hes> of ghanistan but pakistan managed is to <hes> glinted in the end so now what went wrong for gone into bullying is physically death captain. Yes goldeneye now. Things were working really well for of ghanistan wendy boiling spin at one point they required on forty six runs in five was one who were which was forty six of the match it <hes> woody nine nine decide you will could bowling gave in enrich he gave away eighteen rinse visit just took off the pressure. You know was was workbook to off. It just took off the pressure after eighteen months as you scored in an o._r. Which means you need just twenty eight orense in twenty four balls so then the job becomes much easier and then <hes> even skipped moon spinners leaky philby it was it was somewhat difficult but even then they managed to pull some something at least back when an in last tool was eighteen months were needed and <hes> but <hes> no <hes> goldeneye was person who came to bowl the last over in my opinion it should have have been someone leisa mula shinwari who had bowled brilliantly but unfortunately golden knights captaincy. I would have to say lost this match so <hes> <hes> in india and pakistan managed to survive this and the uh are now surprisingly indo four more about the table in a bit first. Let's let's talk about australia versus new zealand but all those are all of those who did not watch this match. This match was pretty dull at one point and exciting as swell for all the cricket enthusiasts are australia. It was a battle of two good teams to <hes> to good neighbors and it was good to see some good a heli battle between them australia batting first scored two hundred and forty three hundred australia won the doors and they decided to bed. I actually it was a bit unknown. Unna <hes> the unseen start <hes> very different start for them. As david warner and aron finch got out pretty early it was upon this man quadra who took upon the they dispense ability and managed to scored eighty eight runs alex katie who got a good opportunity this time and on because of the failure of one finch smith <hes> strenuous finest maximum <hes> because of the ilya alex getty got a good opportunity and then he showed why he deserves a spot in that top four players he's scored good steady seventy one of seventy two walls which consisted of eleven boundaries so these this partnership physically was the reason for them to score two hundred forty three runs in terms of willing for new zealand brand board the usual suspects four wickets while lucky ferguson took two wickets issue was to take place off cement henry did not manage to impress at all he just he gave a twenty five dollars off six overs without taking any gate jimmy. Shem took two wickets as usual. I will now new zealand welcome when they came out too bad. It was martin up till an hundred nicole's hanikos. Burma new was taken in place of the out-of-form call all in monroe who was dropped for this match and nicole so much was accepted expected from him in this match what then he did not score at a much just eight runs of twenty deliveries liberties. Thanks to the informed buller australia barrandov a martin gabrielle scored twenty runs <hes> gin williamson andros steeler tried their best to it was still still this innings to some <hes> and boop stitch a good partnership but then <hes> good bullets from australia dale fury fast bullying <hes> took the better off williamson and taylor indian a new zealand one day just manage was one hundred and fifty seven and dig what all out the top scorer for new zealand was gained williamson of forty runs while take from ross taylor was the second best so you can imagine what others must have scored <hes>. Let me give you a brief. <hes> letham scored fourteen calling the grunt homeschool zero nisham nine center and that center twelve hanikos aide gabrielle twenty so numbers were not great and took forty three point four hours to score that one fifty seven rooms that it was a five wicket haul from mom mitchell stock a five kahal yes and two wickets from for barrandov. One thing i forgot to mention was about rent bold brand board had taken a hat trick. He took three wickets on declawed in the first innings. Yes this was his first district for the world cup and second hedrick overall so in the end australia managed to win by a convincing margin of eighty six months. So what does this mean for the table right now. Australia are sitting very comfortably on top of vit- fourteen points from the eight matches which they have played india on the other hand are second they played just six matches and the second with eleven seven points new zealand and the team which is undefeated right now in the tournament new zealand has played eight matches and also eleven points but due to their network rate which took a hitting after yesterday's defeat the odd on third position on fourth position is pakistan with nine points. This must be giving some chills to the england fence because england now is on fifth position wits end misplayed and eight points. England can obviously make it but what they have to win. They're both matches. Yes they do because <hes> now that england have to play which is on sunday between four with india and then they have one more match deal with new-zealand. They have to ensure that. They must win today. India roses england match to for their safe passage. They have to ensure the a half to win this match. Just just have to win this so that pressure will be there for the first time in the tournament on england but laddish is on <music> seven position six position excuse me and they added seven points. They also have a chance of qualifying to the top floor position schillinger as i said at the start of the show they i also have an outside chance to qualify full things are looking video investing in dumps of default position while the second and third position india was this new zealand data will be keen on winning the remaining matches and making certain that they qualify the secure the top for position the the first position so so this is about what happened between till saturday now in between india there is a match between india india was in england which both sides will be raring to go and win because india is looking to secure their position in the semi's by winning this one while in england will be managed a will be looking to and basically this. Is there a door mat sort of you know. If you lose then you will be placing your fit it in other teams hands which england will never want to do so <hes>. That's that's. That's what we can expect today. There can be <hes> <hes> there is no news yet. If jason roy is back into the side or no we'll have to see due to dos and how england teams england steam plan for this <hes> <hes> gamble because they did..

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