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at Roland Garros.AP "I won’t get necessarily into the politics on what something should and shouldn’t be called but I think to some extent definitely there should be some kind of apology and repercussions" Earlier Friday Court poured more fuel on the fire by claiming a gay conspiracy from America was behind calls to strip her name from the stadium The Australian also hit back at America’s Martina Navratilova who lashed out at the 74-year-old church pastor’s "sick and dangerous" comments on gays in tennis and transgender children Court initially drew fire for saying she will avoid Australian airline Qantas for its support of same-sex marriage She later claimed tennis was "full of lesbians" But she remained defiant on Friday saying renaming the stadium would be unfair and that she was being targeted by an American gay "lobby" "I think I’ve won more Grand Slams than any man or woman and if it is (renamed) I don’t believe I deserve it" the 24-time Grand Slam singles champion told Melbourne’s 3AW radio "They could probably get 100000 petitions in 24 hours because that’s how they work There’s a lot of money behind it and it’s coming from America" Asked if she thought a conspiracy was at work Court replied: "Yes I believe there is. I think the (gay) lobby yeah They are a minority in number but they do have a lot of money behind them" The controversy has been a constant theme in the opening week of Roland Garros the second Grand Slam of the year Australia’s Samantha Stosur branded Court as "crazy" "I think that’s all pretty crazy stuff" said Stosur the 33-year-old Australian number one and 2011 US Open champion "It’s pretty obvious that the whole tennis community out here has pretty much the same opinion and we’re going to all stand by that" Stosur however insisted she was not leading calls for a boycott of the flagship arena at Melbourne which carries the name of the 24-time Grand Slam title winner "I’m going to head down to the Australian Open when it rolls around next year and we’ll get on whatever court we have to play on" said Stosur Stosur’s fellow Australian Casey Dellacqua hit out at Court for her "hurtful" views on same-sex relationships Dellacqua who has two children with partner Amanda Judd said Court was wrong to claim that her children "have been deprived of a father" and that such youngsters are not "given the best possible start in life" "My family do not deserve to be subject to that She can have her opinion but my family does not deserve that That’s when I thought it’s my time to speak up" said Dellacqua Days after Donald Trump criticised Pakistan for nurturing terrorism Pakistan on Tuesday suspended bilateral talks and visits with the United States media reports said According to The Nation Pakistan foreign minister Khawaja Asif informed a Senate committee that the government had to take such a decision as a protest against Donald Trump"s comments against Pakistan during his speech on US’ Afghanistan-Pakistan policy According to the report Khawaja told the committee that Donald Trump was not willing to accept Pakistan’s stance that India is harbouring terror havens in Afghanistan to destabilise the country Khawaja’s statement is significant as he was supposed to visit the US last week but backed out CNN-News18 reported A top US official’s visit to Islamabad was also postponed at the request of the Pakistan government amid anti-American protests in Karachi Pakistan’s Dawnon Sunday quoted US Embassy spokesman Rick Sinelsine as saying that the trip by Alice Wells the Acting Assistant Secretary of State in-charge of South and Central Asia was "postponed until a mutually convenient time" at the request of the Pakistani government On 22 August President Donald Trump hit out at Pakistan for providing safe havens to "agents of chaos" that kill Americans in Afghanistan and warned Islamabad that it has "much to lose" by harbouring terrorists File image of Pakistan foreign minister Khawaja Asif Reuters "For its part Pakistan often gives safe haven to agents of chaos violence and terror The threat is worse because Pakistan and India are two nuclear armed states whose tense relations threaten to spiral into conflict And that could happen" Trump said He said after a "comprehensive review" it was decided that the American strategy in Afghanistan and South Asia will change dramatically Trump said a pillar of his new strategy was a change in America’s approach to Pakistan "We can no longer be silent about Pakistan’s safe havens for terrorist organisations the Taliban and other groups that pose a threat to the region and beyond" Trump said "Pakistan has much to gain from partnering with our effort in Afghanistan It has much to lose by continuing to harbour terrorists" he said in a warning to Pakistan The US president also reached out to India seeking an enhanced role for New Delhi especially in the economic field to bring peace and stability in Afghanistan "We appreciate India’s important contributions to stability in Afghanistan but India makes billions of dollars in trade with the United States and we want them to help us more with Afghanistan especially in the area of economic assistance and development" Trump said Pakistan’s military brushed off speculation on Monday that a new US strategy for neighbouring Afghanistan could include taking a stronger line against Islamabad insisting the country has done all it can to tackle militancy A Pakistani military spokesman said no group had been spared in ongoing offensives against militants telling a press conference in the garrison city of Rawalpindi "there is no organised infrastructure of any terrorist organisation in Pakistan" "Let it come" army spokesman Major General Asif Ghafoor told reporters referring to Trump’s decision "Even if it comes. Pakistan shall do whatever is best in the national interest" Reacting to Trump’s criticism Khawaja said that Afghan Taliban is a problem of Afghanistan and the US and not Pakistan’s “If the US doesn’t trust us it should repatriate Afghan immigrants in Pakistan itself” The Express Tribune quoted him as saying “Pakistan has been a partner of the US in the war against terrorism and such statements undermine our efforts” the report further quoted Khawaja With inputs from agencies Mumbai | Updated: February 6 2014 11:22 am BEST has proposed a six to 33 per cent hike in bus fares to earn an additional Rs 130 crore every year Related News In a populist move the BMC did not approve the fare hike proposed by the Brihanmumbai Electric Supply and Transport (BEST) Undertaking for the fiscal year 2014-15 BEST has proposed a six to 33 per cent hike in bus fares to earn an additional Rs 130 crore every year to meet losses of its transport division which are pegged at Rs 74813 crore in 2013-14 and Rs 77598 crore in 2014-15 The minimum fare under the proposal is Rs 7 for 2-km distance Instead the BMC for the first time in 108 years has approved a proposal of the standing committee to set up a Dedicated Urban Transport Fund in which Rs 100 crore will be provided to BEST to cross-subsidise its losses The fund however is valid only for the 2014-15 fiscal Civic chief Sitaram Kunte refused to comment on whether the BMC would extend the arrangement in the long run He said “To enable financial assistance to BEST it is proposed to give a portion of the income expected in 2014-15 pertaining to transport and traffic as a contribution to this fund” [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by D K RITURAJ | New Delhi | Published: July 2 2013 1:53 am Related News During a cross-examination of the Investigating Officer (IO) Pratibha Sharma in the December 16 Delhi gangrape casethe defence counsel on Monday requested the court to examine the case diary after the prosecution refused to reveal details related to secret information which had enabled police to find the bus allegedly involved in the incident V K Anandcounsel for the accused Mukeshhad asked the IO to furnish the time when the information was received by police and whether it was recorded in the case diary Under Sections 123 and 124 of the Indian Evidence Actthe IO cannot reveal any particulars of such information? 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