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(Source: AP) Related News West Ham United defender Winston Reid believes Friday’s Premier League match against a promoted Brighton and Hove Albion is a must-win game for his team following Saturday’s draw against Burnley.(English Premier League Home | Fixtures | Standings/Table) The London side looked set for only their third win of the season on Saturday before Burnley’s Chris Wood cancelled out Michail Antonio’s first-half strike The 1-1 draw left Slaven Bilic’s side 15th in the table with eight points from as many games “We will look to bounce back next week we have a game against Brighton on Friday night and we have to win that game” Reid told the club’s website (wwwwhufccom) “Hopefully we will do well this season but we need to start picking up some more wins so that we can get further up the table” the New Zealand international added “We had a very poor first three games and we have had some injuries but we have got just about all our injured players back now and you could see there are good players that can’t even get on to the bench” Brighton are a spot above West Ham in the table with the same number of points For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsThis November freedom fighters who fought alongside the Indian Army in the 1971 liberation war to create Bangladesh will travel by the iconic Jessore Road to meet the families of deceased Indian soldiers The gesture unparalleled in the world is being pushed by Sajjad Ali Zahir a retired colonel of the Bangladesh Army Interestingly Zahir was instrumental in helping the Indian Army achieve significant success in its battle of Sialkot in the western sector in what was then West Pakistan “Sadly once the war was over and Bangladesh the new nation was born everyone forgot everyone The families of Indian soldiers who died in Bangladesh mourned for years And then their tears dried up Some even called me to say how their husbands went to Bangal (Bengal) and never returned” Col (Retd) Zahir told us in a telephonic interview from Dhaka Indian troops repairing the Jessore Road from Kolkata in India to Jessore in Bangladesh during the Indo-Pakistani War of 1971 part of the Bangladesh Liberation War December 1971 The soldier in the foreground is using a Bren light machine gun Photo by William Lovelace/Daily Express/Getty Images Zahir said the move has the backing of Bangladeshi Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and her Indian counterpart Narendra Modi Both during a recent conversation agreed that this unique push would be a great way for members of the retired soldiers’ (families) to bond “Modi was keen that the Indian Army should replicate this process in Bangladesh and members of the dead Indian soldiers’ families of the 1971 war must visit places like Dhaka Comilla and Chittagong and meet up with families of veteran Bangladeshi freedom fighters” said Zahir The veteran freedom fighters will carry plaques in English Hindi and Tamil Jamdani saris and other gifts for the Indian soldiers most of them members of the 14 Punjab Battalion 45 Cavalry which on 20 November 1971 moved into Garibpur a strategically important town near India’s border with what was then East Pakistan and successfully captured it An estimated 1200 Indian soldiers died in the war that eventually ended after three corps of the Indian Army under the command of Lt Gen Jasjit Singh Aurora invaded East Pakistan entered Dhaka and after the conclusion of the battle of Basantar forced Pakistani forces — led by Lt Gen AAK Niazi — to surrender on 16 December 1971 India suffered 3500 battle-related deaths 1200 in Bangladesh The Jessore Road connecting India with Bangaldesh was the busiest carrying truckloads of Indian soldiers arms and tanks and also carrying hundreds of thousands of impoverished refugees from war-struck East Pakistan Organisers from Dhaka are contemplating allowing some veteran freedom fighters to travel via Jessore Road as a token sign of love for the soldiers of the Indian Army; the rest of the freedom fighters would travel from Dhaka by air The organisers have sent an invitation to veteran photographer Raghu Rai who had — in 1971 — traveled with the Indian Army and covered the war Rai who eventually produced the images in an iconic coffee table book has not yet responded The move expectedly has earned praise from several quarters mainly from the families of those who lost their lives during the war “I had thought Bangladesh did not remember my husband who died in the war but I am touched happy that those who fought with my husband will visit us” says Satwant Kaur 71 whose husband Balbir Singh a grenadier died in the war A spokesperson of the Indian Army said dates for the visit of the freedom fighters had not been finalised but called it a noble gesture Former Army chief Gen VK Singh currently Minister of State for External Affairs is aware of the plan and personally monitoring it “For over two years we have painstakingly researched and obtained family details of all those who died Most of them are in Punjab Rajasthan and Haryana and some are in Madhya Pradesh Tamil Nadu and Uttar Pradesh” says Zahir In Kolkata historian Syed Tanveer Nasreen said the journey will be a milestone because there are no such examples in war across the world “Very few will travel through Jessore Road but the journey will indeed be iconic because the road has tremendous historical importance The liberation war in East Pakistan and the subsequent influx of refugees changed the economy of Bengal forever” says Nasreen Approximately 10 million refugees entered India during the war and 15 million stayed back after Pakistani forces surrendered Singer Moushumi Bhowmick whose popular song on Jessore Road recorded huge numbers on the You Tube says she is excited that such an effort is being made by war veterans Bhowmick says her Bengali song was inspired by Allen Ginsberg’s song that hit the charts in September 1971 when millions of East Pakistani refugees were marching up that road to Calcutta Now she says she could have sung another one if all the soldiers had marched down Jessore Road “That would have been wonderful” But that claims Zahir will not be possible because all those who will travel to India are in their 80s and cannot handle the long road journey Bangladesh was born in blood sweat and terror 45 years ago Kathmandu: Nepal’s devastating earthquake that has claimed nearly 7300 lives so far is likely to hit the 10 billion-rupee tourism industry – the country’s main forex earner – hard losing as many as two lakh international tourists including many Indians in the immediate future However many foreign visitors have chosen to stay back in the devastated Himalayan nation and are extending a helping hand to the victims – with some volunteering to assist in medical camps or preparing food for them Representational image Reuters "The overwhelming hospitality of Nepalis compelled me to stay back to assist them" Israeli tourist Shir Sharlo told PTI The 22-year-old who was in Pokhara when the earthquake struck rushed to her country’s embassy here where she came to know about an emergency medical camp set up by Israel following which she began giving assistance to the victims Another tourist from Israel Hadar Tzadok said it was her responsibility to help the needy in the time of crisis "When I am healthy fit and fine it is my responsibility to help those in need" she emphasised The emergency medical facility equipped with 125 medical staff has treated about 200 victims Tourism sector has taken a beating in Nepal with industry sources fearing cancellation of over two lakh international visitors in the next four months According to Chairman of the Nepal Chapter of Pacific Asia Travel Association Suman Pandey there might be an over 75 per cent reduction in the 275 lakh visitors expected in Nepal till August this year due to the nature’s fury "We are losing many tourists particularly from India as several monuments that attracted them have been affected in the earthquake Indians account for about 20 per cent of international visitors to Nepal who usually tour our country during summer" he said The Himalayan nation attracts tourists from China Europe North America and Australia besides India he added "The road connecting Kathmandu with the Chinese border has been closed" Pandey said adding that the country’s only international airport could be used to ferry emergency material for now Pandey further said five lakh employees who are directly associated with tourism in Nepal are affected due to the almost 100 per cent immediate cancellations by tourists He expressed hope that the revival in the tourism sector in Nepal might be possible after September Meanwhile the Indian government said that it would positively consider any request from Nepal for restoring the monuments damaged in the quake the country’s worst in 80 years Indian Minister of State for Culture and Tourism Mahesh Sharma said the Archaeological Survey of India was already working with Nepal to restore the ancient Pashupatinath temple (since last year) "We have not received any formal request from Nepal so far seeking assistance for restoration of damaged monuments But if we get any such request we would consider it very very positively" he said According to Nepalese Archaeology Department officials a total of 57 monuments in the Kathmandu Valley have been destroyed in last week’s powerful temblor PTIAhmedabad leena. founder of UTV group, If it works people will accept it and if it does not then it will move away. 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