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Udaariyaan Today’s Written Updates 30th September 2021: Fateh Arrested For Drunk!

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Udaariyaan is one of the best daily soups that increasing the viewership daily and maintaining a very genuine response of the audience. Everyone knows that the show already took a very crispy turn in which lots of drama taking place in every episode. There are many amazing moments that make everyone eager to watch the full episode of the show. The upcoming episode will also be holding some unexpected moments that enhancing interest and level of enjoyment among the people. Many fans and admirers are curiously waiting to watch the ensuing episode. Here, you will get a complete written update of the forthcoming episode of the show.

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Talking about the upcoming episode then it will begin Fateh and Tejo arguing with each other. On the other hand, Sub-inspector Ballu and lady constable Vimla bring a man who drunken and put him in the lockup. Vimla says that he said he is a boxer. Fateh and Tejo still argue and Fateh says it’s not just his mistake. Tejo says no it’s all just her mistake as Jasmin left the mandap, family forced her for marriage, Fateh’s heart broke, his lie and affair was caught by everyone, her marriage and relationship broke. Fateh says shut up to her and says her mistake is that she has torn the divorce papers.

Tejo says Fateh is responsible for this. Fateh asks her to shut up. On the other hand, Jasmin comes and says Inspector that he locked her husband by mistake. After hearing this from Jasmin, Ballu says Fateh has two wives, strange, Vimla Ji. He says in a funny way to check if the third one is also coming. Jasmin says he is a good man and asks them to leave him. Then, Ballu says fine and then he goes to Fateh and asks him if Tejo is his wife. Fateh says yes. Ballu again asks one and only.

Fateh again says yes, Tejo Fateh Singh Virk. Ballu says fine and goes laughing. Jasmin is totally shocked and Tejo looks at Fateh. Ballu asks Vimla where did the second wife go. Vimla replies to him that may be to get the third one. Jasmin says she will call uncle Ji and he will end the entire problem. Now, the upcoming episode will be actually going to present an amazing story that engages more audiences to watch it. If you actually want to watch tonight’s episode of Udaariyaan then you just need to stay on Colors TV at 7 PM.



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Niger’s Niamey: a hidden place for raising boxing champions – The Maravi Post

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In this boxing ring is 50 year old Abdoul Aziz Ousseïni, alias “Aziz”, a former heavyweight boxing champion in Niger, giving instructions to some young boys, whom he recruited from the streets of the Niamey.

“I’ve used boxing to rescue young people who have been a bit abandoned. Even though they call them ‘street children’, the street has no children. They were young people who would take drugs every now and then, so on Saturdays and Sundays I sacrifice my time for them.”

The man who discovered boxing, in its infancy in Niger trains these young boys on a voluntary basis.

In 2012, he had already piloted a government programme supported by the United States and Spain, which benefited some forty of these young people.

Today, the ex-champion can count on support from some local sponsors and expatriates.

“I seek my funding through the expats that I train at home, I am a personal trainer, and that’s how I manage to collect the amount we need to finance our travels.”

In addition to his investment in street kids, he also devotes himself to six aspiring professionals who dream of a career.

Through his mentorship, Sahabi Moussa has also made some significant achievements in his career.

Source: Africanews

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Silver Strikers clinch FDH Bank Trophy – The Maravi Post

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Silver Strikers clinch FDH Bank Trophy

BLANTYRE-(MaraviPost)—When expatriate Daniel Kabwe was given the job of reviving Silver Strikers at the end of January last year, the club’s supporters expected nothing but a silverware more especially the TNM Super League which was last lifted by the Central bankers in 2014. However, Kabwe failed to meet expectations of the Capital City giants in the TNM Super League and he was on the verge of being sent parking. The supporters were furious.

Not anymore.  Kabwe applied the final brush strokes to his renaissance masterpiece, out-manoeuvring his fellow foreign based coach Caristo Pasuwa of Nyasa Big Bullets in the prestigious FDH Cup. He went on to humiliate Mighty Wanderers in the semifinals before comfortably clinching the trophy on Friday as they played Ekwendeni Hammers at the Bingu National Stadium.

Though Ekwendeni stepped into the pitch with much confidence, experience separated men from boys. The Bankers, having reached the final stage through a rough road, it was ludicrous for someone to predict the game in favour of the flight league debutants.

Led by veteran defender Harry Nyirenda, the Northern region stars were the first to tear apart the Silver defence but goalkeeper Charles Thom was just equal to the task, sending a statement of intent to the technical panel.

Chelsea defended like demons to snuff out Ekwendeni Hammers but this was a perfectly calibrated triumph, built upon a structured attacking approach, and illuminated by the smoothness of Kabwe’s technique.

Just 10 minutes into the game, Silver got organized and started tormenting the lads in all departments. Nickson Mwase led the defence, Taonga Chimodzi kept the engine boiling as Stain Davie and Frank Banda gave tough time the Harry Nyirenda led defence.

The Capital City giants scored a goal in each half through Frank Banda and Stain Davie respectively. The two goals were enough to send the Bankers into wild celebration.

Silver defeated Immigration FC, Moyale Barracks before disposing Blantyre based giants Nyasa Big Bullets and Mighty Wanderers to reach the finals.

Ekwendeni Hammers only faced Ntopwa FC as a relatively strong team. Their other three opponents Airborne Rangers, Wanderers Reserve and Rumphi United were all drawn from premier division sides.

The trophy is a relief for Silver Strikers as they have missed the TNM Super League championship in a season where they had once led by eight points heading into the second round.

Despite facing small team on their way to the finals, Ekwendeni Hammers also have all the reasons to smile and celebrate as reaching the finals in their maiden season wasn’t a mean achievement.

Silver went away with MK25 million Ekwendeni pocketed MK8 million for finishing as runners up.

Both Wanderers and Rumphi United will receive MK2 million each for reaching the last four of the tournament.

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Pascal Affi N’Guessan : “The Ivorian Popular Front has turned the page” – The Maravi Post

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Pascal Affi N’Guessan, former Prime Minister of Côte d’Ivoire (October 27, 2000 – February 10, 2003), President of the Ivorian Popular Front and Member of Parliament for Bongouanou-Sous-Préfecture, is in Lyon, France, to participate in a meeting of the International Association of Francophone Regions.

Invited to this General Assembly as a regional deputy, he tells us more about the missions of the AIRF for Côte d’Ivoire as well as the news of his political party in full mutation.

Pascale-Mahé Keingna: You responded to the invitation of Laurent Wauquiez, president of the AIRF, what are the concrete missions of the International Association of French-speaking Regions for Côte d’Ivoire today?

Pascal Affi N’Guessan: I responded to this invitation as president of the Moronou region. This organization brings together a group of French-speaking regions. It is a platform for experiences, pooling of resources and reflection on the future and cooperation of French-speaking countries in Africa and elsewhere …

Currently, for example, a contract has been signed between the Ministry of Hydraulics in Côte d’Ivoire and the region to finance support for the policy of hydraulics in Côte d’Ivoire, including the establishment of a network of observation of the flow of rivers. With global warming, it is always necessary to anticipate, to have statistics on the evolution of water flow so as to be able to plan the implementation of infrastructures, collection, production and distribution of water.

– I imagine that these issues are part of the subjects that are important to you as a Member of Parliament. You chose to boycott the presidential election for which you were a candidate in December 2020, and then you finally participated in the legislative elections by joining forces with other opposition parties. What about this alliance today?

It is an alliance that was built in haste, we had concluded a circumstantial alliance, with the UDPCI, the COJEP, the platform AGIR so as to try to go together but it was improvisation and we could not get the results we expected.

– Do you understand that it can be difficult for Ivorians to follow what is going on with these comings and goings and alliances that are being undone?

No, it is a matter of political cartography, because Ivorians are scattered among the different political parties, that the configuration is such as it is. The political parties are led to gather and try to conclude alliances, and as these alliances are more electoral than ideological, they are undone according to the circumstances and the interests of each other.

An alliance can be ideological, that is to say “we share common values and we put ourselves together to build an alternative”, at this moment this alliance can be solid because there is at the base the adhesion to the same values and to a political project that we can formulate together.

For the moment in Côte d’Ivoire, this ideological alliance does not yet exist.

– Since 2014, the FPI is divided. Today the former president of the Ivorian People’s Front, former Ivorian President Laurent Gbagbo has acted on this separation by announcing that he will create a new political party. How do you explain this separation?

I think he is in the best position to explain it, personally I do not explain it to myself, because objectively, rationally, I do not understand the logic of this separation. But we have taken note of it, we have turned the page and I am happy because the vast majority of the militants have remained faithful to the party, to the struggle and to the history of the Ivorian Popular Front and are still mobilized so that in 2025 we have a chance to return to power.

– How do you see the future of the FPI?

PAN: The future of the party in any case is not linked to the birth of a political party, our future is linked to our ability to speak to our compatriots. Today we are continuing to consolidate the establishment of our party, and we will check the state of progress on the occasion of the congress that will take place on November 13 (exceptional congress of the FPI), and then we will deploy ourselves to better publicize our social project, to be more attentive to the concerns of Ivorians, to make concrete proposals on how we see the resolution of the problems facing the country.

How we see the issue of national reconciliation, a fundamental issue. A responsible party that has challenges to face and adversities to overcome but that remains committed to the democratic process in peace and stability.

Source: Africanews

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