'We are on top right now. They (India) are under pressure from the previous defeat.' IMAGE: India's players celebrate a wicket during the ICC Champions Trophy final against Pakistan at The Oval in London, on June 18,2017. Photograph: Clive Rose/Getty Images Pakistan pacer Hasan Ali says pressure will be on arch-rivals India in the upcoming Asia Cup because of the ICC Champions Trophy final defeat last year.180-run victory. Pakistan will face India at least twice in the Asia Cup, and three times if both reach the final.India) are under pressure from the previous defeat," Hassan said. IMAGE: Hasan Ali believes India will be under more pressure against Pakistan because of their defeat in the Champions Trophy final. Photograph: Michael Steele/Getty Images In Pakistan's big win in the Champion Trophy final, Hasan did not get to bowl to Virat Kohli, who was snapped up by Mohammad Amir.to win the title), and Pakistan will play at their home-like ground. So, they also have the opportunity (to … [Read more...] about Will Kohli-less India get the better of Pakistan in Asia Cup?
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Video PlayerClose People attend the Baltic Pride parade in downtown Riga, Latvia, on June 9, 2018. Around 8,000 people gathered in a park in downtown Riga on Saturday to march in the Baltic Pride 2018 parade, an annual LGBT rights event each Baltic capital takes turn to host in summer. (Xinhua/Janis) RIGA, June 9 (Xinhua) -- Around 8,000 people gathered in a park in downtown Riga on Saturday to march in the Baltic Pride 2018 parade, an annual LGBT rights event each Baltic capital takes turn to host in summer. The colorful parade in which lesbians, gays, bisexuals and transgender people were joined by their relatives and supporters was the climax of a series of events, including conferences, film programs and various art events that took place in the Latvian capital this week to highlight LGBT-related rights issues in Latvia, the Baltics and the whole European Union, as well as to celebrate diversity, informed Mozaika, Latvia's LGBT rights group which organized the event. The motto … [Read more...] about Around 8,000 people march in Baltic Pride parade in Riga
Email By Emily Baker Updated October 08, 2019 12:31:13 Photo: The draft bill explicitly offers an override to Tasmanian laws. (Unsplash: Ben Smith) Related Story: Fact check: Do Australians lack protection against religious discrimination? Related Story: Religion is a Liberal political plaything and it could come back to bite Morrison Map: TAS Human rights advocates fear the Tasmanian Government's failure to make a submission against the Federal Government's religious freedom draft bill would severely undermine the state's anti-discrimination laws. Key points:Coalition's religious freedom draft bill can make Tasmanian laws irrelevantTasmania is considered to have nation's strongest anti-discrimination lawsGreens accuse State Government of failing vulnerable Tasmanians The Coalition's draft bill makes Tasmanian anti-discrimination laws irrelevant if a person can prove they have discriminated against someone else based on their own religious belief.Tasmania is considered … [Read more...] about Fears government’s religious freedom draft bill will override Tasmania’s anti-discrimination laws
Email Posted September 28, 2015 14:52:14 Photo: The Church says the booklet is designed to help Catholics understand its staunch opposition to same-sex marriage. (Supplied: Australian Catholic Bishops Conference) Related Story: Fact file: Where does Australia stand on same-sex marriage? Related Story: Tasmania may change 'cruel' law forcing divorce after sex change Related Story: Newly-wed gay Tasmanian couple support ALP marriage bill Map: TAS Tasmania's Catholic Church has described an anti-discrimination complaint against a marriage booklet it distributed as an attempt to silence the institution.Transgender activist and Federal Greens candidate Martine Delaney has lodged a complaint about the Church's booklet bearing the slogan "don't mess with marriage", which was handed out at all Catholic schools in Australia.The booklet stated marriage should be a "heterosexual union between a man and a woman" and changing the law would endanger a child's upbringing.Catholic … [Read more...] about Anti-discrimination complaint ‘an attempt to silence’ the Church over same-sex marriage, Hobart Archbishop says
Email Posted August 10, 2016 06:27:04 Photo: Rodney Croome called the vote for same-sex marriage historic. (Reuters: Enrique Castro-Mendivil, file photo) Related Story: Shorten 'not convinced' by PM's case for plebiscite Related Story: Plebiscite 'only way' to resolve same-sex marriage, Brandis says Map: TAS Tasmania is receiving support from marriage equality advocates across the nation, after both houses in State Parliament gave in-principle support to same-sex marriage.Legislative Councillors passed the motion backing in-principle support on Monday, eight votes to five.The Lower House gave its support 10 months ago.Tony Mulder, who put forward the motion in the Upper House, called the final vote significant."This is an important moment in the history of this place," he said. The vote was welcomed by prominent Tasmanian gay rights activist Rodney Croome."It's an historic day to see the traditionally conservative Tasmanian Upper House vote so decisively in favour of … [Read more...] about Gay marriage: Tasmania’s in-principle support sends message to ‘get on and pass it nationally’