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can see a push from parts of society to make adolescents responsible for the violence" the report said "In reality there are death sentences every day on adolescents especially those who are black across the whole country" The youth mortality comes against a background of widespread violence in most Brazilian cities with just the city of Rio de Janeiro for example already seeing 534 murders and more than 1000 attempted murders in the first five months of this year Unicef called the deaths of youngsters "disturbing" putting Brazil in second place behind Nigeria for murders of under 20-year-olds Black youths usually poor and living in the outskirts of cities are almost four times more likely to be murdered said the study issued to mark the 25th anniversary of Brazil’s landmark law on children’s rights Most of the crimes go unsolved However UNICEF underlined that it’s not all bad news In the last quarter century 60 percent of Brazilians have seen their income rise and 39 million people in a country of 202 million have escaped extreme poverty with the national economy rising from 13th to seventh largest in the world The country has also advanced significantly in many areas from education and nutrition to infant mortality even if babies born to indigenous communities are twice as likely to die before reaching the age of one AFP By: Reuters | Las Vegas | Published: September 15 2017 9:49 am Gennady Golovkin had a 23-fight knockout streak before going the distance in his last fight (Source: AP) Top News Gennady Golovkin’s bout on Saturday with Canelo Alvarez has not enjoyed the same anticipation as last month’s clash between Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor but it is the one boxing purists are calling the fight of the year When the clash between Kazakhstan’s Golovkin the undefeated middleweight world champion and Mexico’s Alvarez was announced last May for about a month the showdown was being billed as the ‘Fight of the Year’ But in June the Mayweather-McGregor fight was announced and the outspoken fighters commanded the media spotlight helped along by a four-city international media tour that stretched across three countries The fight which Mayweather won by technical knockout in the 10th round was dismissed as a joke by many since mixed martial arts champion McGregor was making his professional boxing debut against one of the best boxers of all-time But Saturday’s clash between Golovkin and Alvarez for the unified middleweight world championship which will be held at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas pits opponents who are easily the two best middleweights in boxing and two of the top pound-for-pound fighters in the sport “Canelo against Golovkin will go down in history” said Oscar De La Hoya whose promotional company Golden Boy Promotions is putting on Saturday’s fight “It will be a fight talked about for many years to come The way Hearns and Hagler and Leonard v Hearns are still being talked about more than 30 years later” Both fighters have such a fearsome reputation for punching power that many experts are struggling to predict the outcome in what is considered an evenly-matched bout The 35-year-old Golovkin (37-0 33 KOs) has made 18 consecutive world middleweight title defences while his 27-year-old opponent (49-1-1 34 KOs) has won world titles in two divisions Alvarez’s lone defeat came against Mayweather in 2013 Unlike the brash and expletive-filled press conferences held by Mayweather and McGregor in the lead-up to their fight Golovkin and Alvarez have struck a much different tone “I don’t want to talk too much” Golovkin said this week at their final pre-fight press conference to which a Spanish-speaking Alvarez followed “You know me I don’t like to talk a lot” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Mihir Vasavda | New Delhi | Updated: October 9 2017 8:13 am The team’s ability to play as a unit can take Indian colts through against Colombia (Source: File) Related News Luis Norton de Matos comes across as a reasonable man with realistic ambitions So far he has managed the expectations well — at times even underplaying his team’s chances at the Under-17 World Cup A week ago India’s target was merely scoring a goal On Sunday however they were talking about a win And dreaming of the knockout stage “If we win against Colombia we will be creating history” de Matos said on the eve of India’s second group-stage match Depending on who you speak to this claim is seen as a sign of a team brimming with confidence or a bunch of teenagers getting ahead of themselves on the back of one gutsy performance which ended in a 3-0 defeat The team’s ability to play as a unit said the 63-year-old Portuguese can take them through against the South American giants Nudged about his tactics de Matos did not reveal much So a journalist chose to ask Colombia coach Orlando Restrepo instead “Coach” he began “how can India beat Colombia” That Restrepo insisted can happen if India have more tournaments in “football mad cities like Kochi and Bombay” and get a deep pool of players who have enough match experience In other words he meant India cannot beat Colombia on Monday The talk in the Colombian camp instead focused on the goal difference They are in a precarious position after losing their opening match against Ghana 1-0 on Friday the same day when USA defeated India 3-0 The top two teams from each of the six groups are assured a place in the round of 16 with four additional slots for the best third-placed teams For Colombia this will be the match to not just get their first points of the campaign but also improve the goal difference which is likely to be a decisive role in deciding the pre-quarterfinal draw At the same time India feel this is the match from which they can get something — a goal or a point even all three of them A change in mindset The two teams had played each other at a four-nation tournament in Mexico just a couple of months ago That match ended in a 3-0 win for Colombia But there is a visible change in the team’s mindset and players’ body language Their dogged defending against a powerful American attack has given India the confidence of keeping Colombia at bay as well The training sessions instead have focused on attack Against the US India were particularly poor in their transitions from defence to attack The passing in the final third was pedestrian and the few times they got in the US half the players chose to showboat De Matos expressive and emotional did not mask his anger every time his player chose not to pass So on Saturday the team played attack vs defence for nearly half an hour with the attackers being taught the tricks to find gaps between the lines and playing the final pass Despite this growing confidence one fears India will be left defending for large parts once again South American flair Colombia have players who possess flair unlike the US who played a more direct game They have players who are exceptional in one-on-one situations strong to even trouble Ghana who are the most physical team in the group US were one-dimensional; Colombia have multiple creative outlets Their midfielders Robert Mejia and Yadir Meneses can play long diagonal passes to the flanks and dribble through the centre with ease Up front Deyman Cortes has looked threatening every time he has the ball while Leandro Campaz on his left is as dangerous on the flanks They have slow build-ups but have the ability to shift gears and move ball swiftly in the final third As much as their skills this will also be a test of the concentration of Indian players “We have to be on our toes throughout” de Matos said One aspect of the Colombian team that will be keenly looked at is the fitness They were the first team to reach India so that they could acclimatse But they looked tired barely 30 minutes into their opening match and towards the end they were just dragging themselves It was the same during their practice match before the World Cup It will take much more than just tired Colombian legs for India to get a result though There were a few sniggers when de Matos claimed he wants to win But by the time he returned to training the realist within him returned “I would like to win but I used to say that if I can’t win the best result is a draw” he said For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related News PYONGYANG When North Korea’s late "Dear Leader" Kim Jong Il opened the Pothonggang Department Store in December 2010 he called on it to play "a big role" in improving living standards in the capital Pyongyang official media said Five years later judging by the long lines inside the three-storey store that sells everything from electronic gadgets and cosmetics to food and household goods the Pothonggang is meeting Kim’s expectations – at least for privileged Pyongyang residentsBut the department store also starkly illustrates the extent to which the underground market has become the new normal in isolated North Korea And that poses a dilemma to the Kim family’s hereditary dictatorship which up until now has kept tight control of a Soviet-style command economy largely synonymous with rationing and material deprivation Now that the black market has become the new normal Kim Jong Un’s government has little choice but to continue its fledgling efforts at economic reforms that reflect market realities on the ground or risk losing its grip on power experts say A Reuters reporter allowed to roam the store with a government minder for a look at the North Korean consumer in action noted almost all the price tags were in dollars as well as won A Sharp TV was priced at 1126 million won or $1340; a water pump at 252 million won ($300) Beef was 76000 won ($860) a kilogramme North Korean-made LED light bulbs sold for 42000 won ($5) The exchange rate used in these prices – 8400 won to the dollar – is 80 times higher than the official rate of 105 won to the dollar At the official rate the TV would cost over $100000; the light bulb $400 Shoppers openly slapped down large stacks of US dollars at the cashier’s counter They received change in dollars Chinese yuan or North Korean won – at the black market rate The same was true elsewhere in the capital: taxi drivers offered change for fares at black market rates as did other shops and street stalls that Reuters visitedFor the last twenty years North Korea has been undergoing economic changes the fruits of which are now more visible than ever in the capital Pyongyang where large North Korean companies now produce a diverse range of domestically made goods to cater to this growing market of consumers People are spending money they once hid in their homes on mobile phones electric bicycles and baby carriersThe latest sign that the workers’ paradise is going capitalist: cash cards from commercial banks?????? 2014 5:41 pm Parineeti Chopra was once an aspiring investment banker . There are no rules in Bollywood,in its notice issued to the BJP candidate on Tuesday, download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Indo-Asian News Service | Mumbai | Published: December 13.

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