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Speaking further, the President said that the defeat of the LTTE was welcomed by all and the focus later shifted to developing the country.
The defeat was so unbearable that left even the cricketer with tough mentality Shakib Al Hasan was crying like baby.
The Indian men's doubles pair of Manu Attri and Sumeeth B Reddy also suffered a defeat in the second round as they were knocked out of the tournament by seventh seeds Goh V Shem and Tan Wee Kiong of Malaysia.
Mansur Auwalu-Bindawa said APC scored 16, 694 votes to defeat PDP which polled 14,892 votes.
New Orleans Saints defeat New England Patriots, 5/1
On October 8, 1924, the minority Labour government of Ramsay MacDonald went down to a defeat of 166.
It is thought that the PTI faced defeat in this constituency, as Ahsan Ihsan Gujjar (son of late MPA Ihsan Gujjar), who had applied for a PTI ticket but was refused, contested on a PML-N ticket and obtained more than 17,000 votes.
One of problems faced by countries accepting democracy for the first time is that no political party wants to accept electoral defeat, Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad said today.
"Smouha is an amazing team, but you defeated better teams then Smouha; you defeated Al-Ahly and Ismaily, and you can defeat Smouha to win the title," Mansour told Zamalek players after their last training session before the final.
Nepali Congress leaders have been sharply divided over the defeat of the party in the elections, with the Ram Chandra Poudelled faction blaming party president Deuba for the humiliating defeat of the party and the Deuba-led group blaming the left alliance as the only cause for the defeat.
Our national team Hind Rizk confirmed that she had sought to defeat the Kazakh player, noting that the bout was difficult.