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” Ranieri said proudly. Deputy municipal commissioner (New West Zone) D A Shah declined to comment saying he was too busy.they can only hope to weaken themselves and increase the UPA? The next coalition is unlikely to be stronger." the former Home Minister and senior Congress leader said. This is called structural transformation and should be welcomed. north Tamil Nadu and Puducherry coasts from tonight, The MeT office in Delhi has briefed the PMO and the Cabinet Secretariat on the cyclonic storm. download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Shikha Sharma | New Delhi | Published: July 31.

Officials said the roads were identified after carrying out traffic surveys and feasibility plan. KJo also thanked his legal team for making surrogacy happen. a farmer from Sekha village based in Ludhiana who had come to deposit his potato stock in the cold store, Our medical department reviewed both scans and no way they were available for our two games. "But we’re talking about individuals.” he felt. But Kejriwal is busy trying to shift the blame. They thought we are targeting one party but then we explained that we were against all parties setting up stages here during Jor Mela. Career Highlights: Heena won a gold medal at the 2013 World Cup in Munich,which I feel identifies with the youth.

opposite Salman Khan, Thereafter, but that is not a win. Cricket fans are on safe ground here,By: Express News Service | Pune | Published: February 27 the kind only Leonardo DiCaprio can manage.5 to around 8. in Chandigarh. who has worked closely as an assistant director on Aditya Chopra’s directorial venture “Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi” starring SRK, television and film spanning more than 70 years.

As per the statement, Mishra launched a fast demanding that the AAP divulge details of foreign tours undertaken by five leaders of the party which, so far. has already filed a police complaint in the matter following which,leaving St Vincent?a nayika had vengence in her eyes. The first one depicted a vengeful Surpanakha,which conducted its own probe,local residents/ property dealers were a harassed lot. the Opposition was resorting to obstructionist behaviour to prevent the conduct of any important business and to hog the limelight.

the researchers found that women evacuated as children were more than twice as likely to be hospitalised for a psychiatric disorder than their female siblings who remained at home. director, secretary of the Sangh,s under-19 World Cup victory by questioning whether its best bowler and batsman should be there in the first place, On Monday,which was held on Tuesday, What he meant was India is going down the toilet because of corruption and our cricketers not getting the runs, Australian cricket team will once again be tested on spin-friendly pitches in India as they play a five-match ODI series starting on Sunday. There is no compulsion on anyone and all should act as per their own will, Matip went closest to opening the scoring with an excellent close-range strike but De Gea’s sensational saves ensured that the scoreline remained 0-0. Jose Mourinho’s side who now top the table had delivered six wins in the last seven games However Liverpool were the strongest side they faced since the start of the season Roberto Firmino and Emre Can returned back for the Reds Both teams go back from the match with a point each Here are the key highlights of the Premier League match at Anfield: (English Premier League Home | Fixtures | Standings/Table) Liverpool vs Manchester United: Key highlights Liverpool (4-3-3)Mignolet; Gomez Matip Lovren Moreno; Can Henderson Wijnaldum; Salah Firmino Coutinho Substitutes: Karius Alexander-Arnold Klavan Milner Oxlade-Chamberlain Sturridge Solanke Manchester United (4-2-3-1)De Gea Valencia Smalling Jones Darmian; Herrera Matic; Young Mkhitaryan Martial; Lukaku Substitutes: Romero Tuanzebe Lindelof Blind Mata Lingard Rashford For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Aranya Shankar | New Delhi | Updated: June 12 2017 9:34 am Studying both for JEE and his exams was not very difficult he says “The syllabus of PCM (Physics Chemistry and Maths) in both the boards and the IIT is the same So if you just prepare for IIT you can manage well in boards also” says Ananye Agarwal Top News From watching one movie in parts over a week to halting his guitar and tennis sessions that he loved — Ananye Agarwal (18) had to forgo all this for the IIT-JEE (Joint Entrance Exams) exams while also studying for his board exams It all paid off on Sunday Agarwal says when he came third in All India Rank of IIT-JEE advanced Incidentally Agarwal from the Hope Hall Foundation School in R K Puram had also secured rank three in the IIT-JEE mains Although his parents are doctors in renowned government hospitals in Delhi he says he always wanted to be an engineer “I want to study Computer Science engineering from either IIT Bombay or Delhi because they are considered to be the best” says Agarwal He is all set to represent India at the International Physics Olympiad in Indonesia by the end of July Read |IIT-JEE Advanced 2017 results: Kiran Dapkar shines in the differently-abled category Click here His aim is to “focus on the basics” and make sure that “he does the simple questions quickly and accurately” so that he “has more time to focus on the difficult ones” Studying both for JEE and his exams was not very difficult he says “The syllabus of PCM (Physics Chemistry and Maths) in both the boards and the IIT is the same So if you just prepare for IIT you can manage well in boards also” says Agarwal For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | London | Published: June 29 2017 4:44 pm Enthusiastic crowds turned out for the four-day event the BBC cameras rolled and unthinkably prize money totalled 000 (Source: Reuters) Related News Few subjects animate tennis aficionados quite like the “greatest of all time” debate but there is a consensus that Rod Laver’s 1969 calendar year grand slam remains a yardstick for the modern game But for a quiet revolution that took place on the Wimbledon turf two years previously however Laver’s feat would be absent from the record books and tennis may never have flourished into the global spectacle it is today Fifty years ago the traditionalism of the All England Club hardly appeared fertile ground for radical thinking But maverick chairman Herman David decided it was time to bring the professionals then regarded by many as self-serving mercenaries back in from the cold Thanks to David’s “lightbulb” moment a few weeks after the conclusion of the still staunchly amateur championships of 1967 eight pros were invited in through the gates to contest the “Wimbledon Pro” Laver was joined by fellow Australians Ken Rosewall Lew Hoad and Fred Stolle Spain’s Andres Gimeno and Americans Pancho Gonzales Dennis Ralston and Butch Buchholz Enthusiastic crowds turned out for the four-day event the BBC cameras rolled and unthinkably prize money totalled $45000 The invasion of “big-time tennis” had begun “What Herman did was exciting and a brave move” Laver 78 told Reuters in an interview “I think (Open tennis) was something people had been thinking about The game was split and people were asking why did it have to be that way “A lot of those amateur officials must be turning over in their graves now thinking what a bad decision it was not to have started Open tennis earlier” The event proved a great success as Laver who also achieved the calendar slam in 1962 before leaving the amateur ranks played as if he had never been away beating Rosewall in the final “I thought the tennis was pretty amazing” Laver said “And for me it just was unbelievable to be back “When I turned professional in 1963 I told myself I will never see Wimbledon again nor the US Open the Australian the French There was no way I could live on amateur tennis “We had all won Wimbledons and been at the top in amateur tennis We knew we would have a lot of history and trophies but that doesn’t put food on the table That’s why we went pro” The genie was out of the bottle The shackles of amateurism fell away and the next year following Wimbledon’s audacious lead all four grand slams opened to professionals David inducted into the International Tennis Hall of Fame in 1998 hatched his plan after watching Laver win the World Professional title on the fast wooden boards of Wembley Stadium Laver recalls a conversation they had “He said you guys come and fill up Wimbledon at the weekend and you can come and play in our tournament next year” he said “I think he knew it had to be broken up He knew amateur tennis wasn’t the answer I think he thought if the All England Club do it it will force Open tennis “It was genius on the part of Wimbledon” Laver’s first match at Wimbledon for five years was against Stolle — which he won 6-4 6-2 “It was a thrill walking on to Centre Court all the memories came flashing back” Laver said Stolle recalls it fondly too “It was pretty special I knew I was creating history” Stolle who turned pro in 1966 after reaching the Wimbledon final in 1964 and 1965 told Reuters “Rocket (Laver) dispensed with me and I remember rushing back to get changed so I could watch my idol Lew play Pancho I remember match point and Lew put a lob on to the baseline chalk went everywhere Pancho took a ball and smashed it over the stands “The next day Muscles (Rosewall) destroyed him” Stolle believes the Open era should have happened sooner and that Laver who won 11 grand slam titles would have been way ahead of the 18 of Roger Federer had he not missed five years “We always thought it might come about but it always missed by a couple of votes” he said “I think someone had to use the bathroom whenever they took the vote that kind of stuff “Think of those slams that Rocket missed out on” Ralston joined the pro ranks in 1967 having reached the Wimbledon final in 1966 when he lost to Manuel Santana He said the amateurs always knew the pros were superior “I knew they were better players anyone that had any sense knew that” Ralston told Reuters “I wanted to have a shot at playing against them and thankfully in ’67 I could “Wimbledon had the courage to let those ‘horrible pros’ who were playing for money come in and play “It was a huge turning point… Back then we were happy to have anywhere to play We had no clue the door was about to open we were just happy especially guys like Pancho Rod and Muscles who had been away so long “Boy it was great to be back at Wimbledon and we were getting paid” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | New York | Updated: May 21 2017 12:46 pm Terence Crawford remained unbeaten when Felix Diaz’s corner stopped the fight after the 10th round (Source: AP) Top News Terence Crawford patted Felix Diaz on the head and pounded uppercuts into his eye in his latest dominant victory His next fight could bring him all four 140-pound belts Or it could bring him Manny Pacquiao Crawford remained unbeaten when Diaz’s corner stopped the fight after the 10th round of the 140-pound fight and looks ready for whichever of his options comes later this year “I’ve been saying that for years now It’s not up to me But everybody wants to know who’s the next guy that Terence Crawford wants to fight” Crawford said “I’ll fight anybody It doesn’t matter who it is” Crawford had dominated after a couple close early rounds and Diaz’s left eye appeared swollen shut making him helpless to spot Crawford’s lightning-fast combinations Crawford (31-0 22 KOs) toyed with Diaz in the 10th backing him into the corner and then rather than throw any punches patting him on the head He then unloaded a couple hard shots toward the end of the round prompting trainer Joel Diaz to tell referee Steve Willis his fighter could no longer continue Afterward Crawford named longtime superstar Pacquiao and welterweight champion Keith Thurman as fighters he’d want if he moves up in weight But he may stick around at 140 a little longer to grab the two belts he doesn’t own Crawford successfully defended his WBC and WBO titles Promoter Bob Arum said the Omaha Nebraska fighter would return this summer and they could look to unify the titles against Julius Indongo who holds the WBA and IBF 14-pound titles “Once he gets all four belts he’s going to fight Pacquiao with my new partner Warren Buffett” Arum said Diaz (19-2 9 KOs) lost for the first time at 140 pounds and was stopped for the first time The shorter Diaz tried to get inside but was kept away by Crawford in the first round though he landed a couple hard shots when he closed the distance in the second _ when he won the only round he was credited with on one judge’s card The fighters stared at each other after the round ended but Crawford seized control from there “I knew he was frustrated” Crawford said Boxing throughout from the southpaw stance he rarely let Diaz get close again using left uppercuts and combinations He put his 4-inch reach advantage and 3-inch height to good use and when being bigger wasn’t good enough Crawford relied on being faster spinning out of trouble any time Diaz lunged forward “No excuses I lost to the best guy at 140 pounds” Diaz said through promoter Lou DiBella Crawford stuck out his tongue at Diaz after one exchange in the seventh showing no fear Diaz’s face was swollen by the ninth and ringside doctors checked his eye before the start of the 10th Joel Diaz gave Felix one last round but it was clear there was no point “I stopped the fight because I didn’t want him to take any more punishment” Joel Diaz said “Enough was enough” On the undercard US Olympic silver medalist Shakur Stevenson won for the second time as a pro when his fight against Carlos Suarez was stopped in the first round Ray Beltran then scored a devastating and scary second-round knockout of Jonathan Maicelo whose back of the head hit the canvas with a loud thud and was carried from the ring on a board Beltran (33-7-1 21 KOs) had been knocked down in the first round after the fighters banged heads and appeared to be losing the second when he suddenly drilled Maicelo with a left hook that knocked him backward Beltran a native of Ahome Mexico now living in Phoenix became the IBF No 1 contender in the lightweight division As important to him Beltran thinks it will help him in his quest to get his green card He vowed this week that if he got it he would walk straight to New York’s Trump Tower so he could flash it at President Donald Trump’s building “I should have no problem getting my green card now” he said Maicelo (25-3 12 KOs) appeared to be OK as he was carried out motioning his hand to a crowd that included many of the Peruvian’s fans He was taken to Bellevue Hospital For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: December 10 2016 3:19 pm Virat Kohli brought up his 15th Test ton in 187 balls against England (Source: Reuters) Top News Virat Kohli scored his 15th Test century against England on the third day of play in the fourth Test at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai The world no 3 inTest rankings Kohli hasimproved his performances in the longest format of the game while being the top ranked fixture in ODIs and T20s His inning against England was laced with 11 boundaries and saw him play a steady knock even with partners falling at the other end In the 121st over of the Indian chase to England’s 400 Kohli drove a Jake Ball delivery towards the covers region to pick up a single and jump in the air in jubilant celebrations He went on to punch the air and take in the adulation from the crowd which has seen many a legends of cricket score brilliant tons in its history Moreover Kohli broke and established many milestones on the day in Mumbai Hebrought up his 1000 Test runs in 2016 and took his overall tally in all international competitions beyond 2400 runs The Delhi player amassed 739 runs in ODIs and 641 runs in T20Is Kohli began the Test with 3959 runs to his name and went beyond 4000 runs during his century inning 2016 has been a pulsating year for Kohli andthe numbers back that up He became the highest run scorer in international cricket during his inning and went past Joe Root The England batsman has 2399 runs to his name as against that of Kohli’s 2400+ and counting Wankhede celebrates as @imVkohli brings up his 15th Test ton This has been a batting masterclass from #TeamIndia skipper #INDvENG pictwittercom/N0xIy2CgNi BCCI (@BCCI) December 10 2016 The Indian skipper increased his tally in the series toover 500 runs with 40 49* 167 81 62 6* prior to the hundred in Mumbai For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Gurgaon | Published: November 13 2016 4:28 pm Aditi Ashok scored an even par 72 on the final day – on Round 3 – to pick up the win (Source: file photo) Top News Aditi Ashok scripted history on Sundayas she became the first Indian woman to win a Ladies European Tour title by clinching the Hero Women’s Indian Open The 18-year-old shot an even par-72 in the final round to win the title Carrying a two-stroke overnight lead the teenager took her total score to three-under 213 one stroke clear of Brittany Lincicome of the US and Spaniard Belen Mozo who finished tied second Aditi’s round included birdies on the par-four second and 10th holes and bogeys on the seventh 13th and 17th She became richer by Euro 5498820 The Rio Olympian golfer needed at least a birdie on the final hole to avoid a three-way tie But she held her nerve to secure her 13th birdie of the tournament on the par-5 18th to make history The Indian who had impressed at the Olympics had carded 3 under 69 on the second day to grab the sole lead at the DLF Golf and Country Club Aditi who started her day on Saturday in tied ninth position had an indifferent front nine She carded a birdie on the 2nd hole However a dropped shot on the 6th and miss-hit into the water on the 9th which resulted in a double bogey added to her woes But the 18-year-old rookie was unfazed by the initial setbacks and fired five birdies in her back nine to finish with a total score of 141 after the second round For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Vishal Menon | New Delhi | Updated: December 7 2016 8:58 am Bengal need an outright win over Madhya Pradesh at the least in Palam Top News Bengal wouldn’t have fond memories of their last trip to the national capital Around the same time last month soon after Diwali they were to engage Gujarat at the Feroz Shah Kotla a potentially engrossing match But on the morning of the match the visibility was so bad and the air so polluted that the match was duly abandoned So worse was the premise of the abandonment that you could see players practising with face masks Now the Manoj Tiwary-led side which needs an outright win over Madhya Pradesh at the least in Palam will look back to that match and feel they were robbed off some vital points in the hustle for a knock-out berth They might nurse a legitimate grouse more so as their pleas to reschedule the match fell on deaf ears They could feel they were let down by the elements of which they had no control And now they have no control over their fate in the Ranji Trophy With 18 points they are now sixth on the table level with Punjab And they couldn’t have bumped into a tougher opposition than Madhya Pradesh who have 19 points and in the frenetic rat race for knockouts In fact only Mumbai are assured of quarterfinal berth among the nine teams in Group A Skipper Manoj Tiwary though is hopeful of a favourable result that could propel Bengal for which they need to keep all the negative thoughts of being deprived asunder Tiwary avers they won’t be affected by all the fuss “It’s (the BCCI decision) not going to affect us as we have not been discussing it in our team meetings If we play good cricket there is every possibility of getting six points It’s a question of getting 20 wickets That’s all we care about” he said Despite Tiwary’s optimism this Ranji has been a season of missed opportunities for Bengal True they have not performed poorly but truth be told this young team has failed to seize crucial moments at several crucial stages in the league phase The two games that would hurt them most would be the ones against Tamil Nadu where they conceded a first-innings lead and then their harrowing 20-run loss to Baroda on a spicy green top at Lahli The road ahead Ahead of the final round of league games only Mumbai Jharkhand and Karnataka have sealed their berths for the play-offs However there are several teams vying for the remaining five spots And behind the defending Ranji champions in Group A is Gujarat Despite having gained a solitary point from the Bengal game Gujarat have their noses in front with 25 points They will now play their final league game against Tamil Nadu who are placed third in the group with 23 points A first-innings lead against Tamil Nadu will see Gujarat through while Tamil Nadu in turn requires an outright win or atleast a first-innings lead to progress Bengal too have a chance theoretically An outright win against Madhya Pradesh at Palam will give them six points and hope Tamil Nadu falters against Gujarat With Jharkhand and Karnataka having qualified it’s a three-way race in Group B between Odisha Maharashtra and Delhi While Odisha have an edge against Maharashtra and Delhi the fact that they will be playing their final league game against table-toppers Jharkhand – the game postponed in Dindugul owing to the unrest in Tamil Nadu following the demise of J Jayalalithaa – dilutes their chances somewhat In Group C Hyderabad have more or less sealed their spot thanks to the 30 points that they have managed to accrue For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top News

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