MIAMI GARDENS, FL – NOVEMBER 23: The Miami Hurricanes take the field during a game against the Virginia Cavaliers at Sun Life Stadium on November 23, 2013 in Miami Gardens, Florida. (Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)Miami is staging a comeback against Notre Dame in South Bend, and wide receiver Ahmmon Richards is doing his part, hurdling the heck out of a Fighting Irish defender.Notre Dame jumped out to a 20-0 lead mid-way through the second quarter, but it has been all Hurricanes since. With just under seven minutes left in the game, Miami leads Notre Dame 27-20, after Miami’s Michael Jackson returned a Notre Dame fumble for a touchdown on a ‘Canes punt.Wide receiver Ahmmon Richards has been very good for the Hurricanes thus far, and had one play that will be on every highlight reel tonight. Notre Dame’s Julian Love is going to want this one back, on the other hand.Ahhhhhhhmon. pic.twitter.com/IvY2bQf9hQ— Tim Reynolds (@ByTimReynolds) October 29, 2016Richards has three catches for 51 yards, and two carries for eight yards for the ‘Canes tonight. The game is crucial for both teams. Miami is looking for its first win since the team’s devastating loss to rival Florida State, and Notre Dame is hanging on to the possibility of a bowl game, with a 2-5 record.
He says India is against diluting the powers in the 13th Amendment to the constitution which came about through the Indo-Lanka accord in 1987. The Indian Minister also noted that as the 13th Amendment was part of a joint agreement, any changes being made should be first discussed between both countries. India says the Sri Lankan government must respect the agreement reached between both countries and first discuss any changes bilaterally before going ahead with such changes.Indian Minister of State V. Narayanasamy told the BBC Sandeshiya that India however is not putting undue pressure on the Sri Lankan government with regards to the 13th Amendment. Narayanasamy recalled that President Mahinda Rajapaksa had given an assurance to India that the 13th Amendment will be fully implemented. (Colombo Gazette)