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Trump Reuters "The so-called ‘A’ list celebrities are all wanting tixs to the inauguration but look what they did for Hillary NOTHING I want the PEOPLE" Trump tweeted According to The New York Times Elton John would not be performing at the inauguration Similarly Kanye West who made an appearance at the Trump Towers early this month would also not be performing Meanwhile the Presidential inaugural committee spokesman Boris Epshteyn told CNN that the Radio City Rockettes will perform next month "We’re extremely excited We’ve had a ton of great performers entertainers and just Americans reaching out wanting to be a part [of it] And I can announce right now on your air that the Radio City Rockettes will be taking part in the inauguration celebration" he said The so-called "A" list celebrities are all wanting tixs to the inauguration but look what they did for Hillary NOTHING I want the PEOPLE — Donald J Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December 23 2016 The Committee also released an extensive schedule of inaugural events that will include several dinners honouring the President-elect Vice-President-elect and cabinet secretaries a concert celebrating the American people the swearing-in the inaugural parade two inaugural balls and a ball saluting our armed forces and first responders The ceremonies would conclude with an interfaith prayer service at Washington’s National Cathedral on 20 January Gwangju (South Korea): Condemned to death twice for spying Seo Ok-Ryol spent three decades in prison most of it in solitary confinement Now aged 90 the only thing he wants to do before he dies is go home — to North Korea Born in the South where he still has relatives then a soldier and spy for the North – where he left a wife and two children – Seo epitomises the enduring divisions of the peninsula and the way Koreans have been buffeted by the forces of history and politics Seo is stooped and gaunt walks with a cane and has a truculent manner but his mind remains clear "I’ve done nothing wrong but loved the fatherland" he said — adding that for him that encompasses both North and South The South repatriated some 60 former long-term prisoners in 2000 mostly soldiers guerillas and spies following a landmark inter-Korean summit But Seo was not eligible as he had signed a pledge of loyalty to the South to secure his release from prison obtaining citizenship as a result Now activists are mounting a campaign for him and 17 other ageing ex-inmates still loyal to Pyongyang — the oldest is 94 — to be allowed to go home Suicide pill Born on an island in the South Seo became a communist while a student at Seoul’s elite Korea University and joined the North’s forces during the Korean War retreating with them as American-led United Nations troops advanced He joined the North’s ruling Workers’ Party and was working as a teacher in Pyongyang when he was assigned to an espionage training school in 1961 "I had to leave without so much as saying goodbye to my wife" he said Sent on a mission to the South to try to recruit a senior government official whose brother had defected North he smuggled himself across the border by swimming the Yeomhwa river and managed to meet his parents and siblings But he was cold-shouldered when he tried to give the official a letter from his brother "’As far as my brother is concerned he is as good as dead for me I reported to government authorities that he died during the war’" the man told him refusing the missive But he did not turn Seo in even though — then as now — unauthorised contacts with North Koreans were punishable by heavy jail terms His mission a failure Seo stayed in the South for a month constantly on edge trying to hide his code book until a radio broadcast of a series of numbers secretly ordered him back But he and two guides from the North arrived late at their pickup point and missed the boat sent for them They tried to swim the rest of the way only for the current to sweep them back where they were overpowered and detained by South Korean marines "As a spy you are supposed to kill yourself by either swallowing a poison capsule or using weapons" said Seo adding: "There wasn’t even enough time to comment suicide" Death penalty Seo says he was questioned harshly for months beaten and deprived of sleep and food before a military court sentenced him to death for espionage He was held in solitary confinement eating meagre meals of small rice balls and salted radish and saw several North Korean spies and sympathisers going to the gallows In 1963 Seo’s death sentence was commuted on the grounds that he was a novice spy who had failed in his mission But he was again condemned to die in 1973 for trying to convert another inmate to communism "My mother passed out in court repeatedly when prosecutors demanded the death penalty and the judges handed down a death sentence" hesaid in his first interview with international media His parents sold their house to finance his legal costs and secured another commutation but died while he was still in jail The South’s military dictatorship attempts to re-educate North Korean prisoners reached their peak in the mid 1970s when activists and former inmates say resisters were often beaten and waterboarded denied sleep or meals or thrown into dark and tiny "punishment cells" But Seo remained firm even as his left eye which he later lost became inflamed "They told me to convert promising that they would then allow me to be treated at a clinic I refused Even if it means losing an eye I must adhere to my beliefs" "My political ideology is more precious than my own life" he said tersely Staying alive After three decades in prison Seo compromised in 1991 and promised to abide by the South’s laws Released on parole he moved to the southern city of Gwangju close to his birthplace and siblings but dreamed of returning to his wife and sons in a unified Korea Seo remains unyielding in his loyalty to the North praising it as "egalitarian" society where he could graduate from its top Kim Il Sung University on state subsidies In his cramped rented apartment he echoes Pyongyang’s defence of its nuclear and missile programmes as necessary to protect it from the United States and dismisses President Donald Trump as a "raving madman" Gwangju is centre of South Korea’s political Left and 25 activist groups have launched a petition to let Seo — who was hospitalised for two months earlier this year with heart trouble — and his fellow refuseniks be repatriated saying their pledges were forced A few years after Seo’s release a Korean woman living in Germany who visited Pyongyang told him that all three were still alive — but advised him not to try to contact them for fear of undermining the men’s career chances Seo — who has not remarried — is defiant and cold but was lost for words when asked what he would tell his wife if he saw her again "I would like to say — thank you for staying alive" he said controlling his voice "I’ve been missing you I never expected to be parted from you for so long a time" The Supreme Court of India has come down hard on the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) saying the board’s defiant attitude will not lead anywhere and only create a new set of problems The SC asked the board to submit an undertaking on Thursday saying it will not disburse grants to state bodies and will abide by the directions of the Lodha Committee BCCI president Anurag Thakur AFP file image But with the board not agreeing to submit the undertaking the court adjourned Thursday’s hearing The matter will be taken up on Friday But before calling off the hearing the court reminded the BCCI once again of the recommendations made by the high-powered Lodha panel urging it to implement all planned reforms The court took a dim view of the manner in which the board was distributing compensation funds among all its member associations the state cricket bodies Chief Justice of India (CJI) TS Thakurobserved that BCCI should have exercised transparency in funding state associations saying Rs 400 crores can’t be disbursed overnight In response the BCCI told the court that thematter dates back to 2015-16 when Star and Sony had given compensation which was to be given to associations Supreme Court gives directions to BCCI to stop all disbursements to state associations — ANI (@ANI_news) October 6 2016 SC to BCCI: Don’t pay money to associations that don’t fall in line and are not accepting the reforms They have no right to demand money — ANI (@ANI_news) October 6 2016 If the BCCI fails to submit the undertaking by Friday the court will pronounce its verdict And considering how the court has systematically lambasted the BCCI thus far the verdict is unlikely to go in the board’s favour The apex court also took objections to the board’s inability to consider the supremacy of the SC-appointed Lodha Committee CJI to BCCI: Lodha panel is not an ordinary panel it is headed by a former CJI If you have any outstanding issues go to the panel — ANI (@ANI_news) October 6 2016 The courthad come down hard on the BCCI last week telling the board that it cannot keep defying the Lodha Committee’s recommendations for the overhaul of the sport in India The CJI who also heads the Supreme Court bench that appointed the Lodha Committee had given the BCCI one week to get its house in order But the BCCI still held in SGM three days after the court’s order and flouted all the key Lodha panel regulations BCCI president Anurag Thakur remained defiant on Saturday following the SGM saying it was "up tomembers of the board to accept or rejectthe Lodha Committee’s suggestions" "Many significant recommendations of Lodha Committee were accepted by BCCI members" said Thakur but those which the members felt there would be legal challenges or practical difficulties have not been accepted "We have invited the members to adopt the Lodha Committee recommendations and the members have given their viewpoints and what they feel of 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