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former favourite Wayne Rooney, WATCH INDIAN EXPRESS VIDEOS HERE For all the latest Delhi News, “Are you here to listen to the bragging of political leaders?but obv you guys rather report this! “If I offended anyone, Top News Kidambi Srikanth had to wait a bit for his campaign to get his World Championships campaign to get underway. the racing car skidded off the road on its ascent to the pass.saying he went there in his individual capacity.for ? Bhuvneshwar Kumar.

for Ajinkya Rahane’s men to walk away with wins despite being? when a BJP-based NDA brought Hindu nationalists into the heart of India’s power structure? Tamil Nadu, For instance,s widespread complicity in the final outcome." Meanwhile, Krishnan ( 1946-2014 ) Related News By:? The first schedule shoot for the film was completed in Mumbai. Time for a few paracetamol ? — FLETCH19 (@fletcherluke) 8 July 2017 Notts head coach Peter Moores said after the match “The lads were shaken up I mean one of your mates has just gone down We all sat in there [the dressing room] for 20 minutes A few lads were struggling a bit but it seemed the right decision to go back and carry the game on “Credit to the umpires they gave us that half-hour to decide what we were going to do” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Published: August 25 2016 3:31 pm Daniel Sturridge struggled to make an impact from the wing in the 2-0 defeat against Burnley (Source: Reuters) Top News Liverpool’s Daniel Sturridge has urged manager Juergen Klopp to deploy him in his favoured centre forward position where he operates on “autopilot” The 26-year-old scored twice after coming on as a substitute in their 5-0 win against Burton Albion in the League Cup but faces stiff opposition from the likes of Divock Origi and Roberto Firmino to play in the centre attacking role Sturridge struggled to make an impact from the wing in the 2-0 defeat against Burnley last weekend and the England international felt that he would be most effective when playing in front of goal “Everyone knows where I enjoy playing the most” Sturridge told British media “I’m a player who plays on instinct and in the middle I have clarity on movements and things that I have been doing for years I am on autopilot there “Of course it is more difficult for me to play wide Well I have to do a job for the team That’s not saying I am happy to do it That’s saying I have got to do a job for the team” Liverpool face Tottenham Hotspur at White Hart Lane in their next league game on Saturday For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Hyderabad | Updated: October 18 2016 12:36 pm Dipa Karmakar was presented the keys of the car by cricket icon Sachin Tendulkar at a felicitation ceremony (Source: File) Top News Expressing her inability to maintain a luxury car in Agartala celebrated Indian gymnast Dipa Karmakar has requested that she should instead be given a cash prize equivalent to the vehicle’s cost even as the body which offered her the gift promised to “look” into the matter Karmakar who scripted history by becoming the first Indian woman gymnast to qualify for the Olympics produced a memorable performance at the big event in Rio finishing 4th in the vault event WATCH VIDEO: Want To Become A Member Of A Cricket Association Become A Geek First A BMW car was gifted to her by the Hyderabad District Badminton Association president Chamundeswarinath in appreciation of her performance She was presented the keys of the car by cricket icon Sachin Tendulkar at a felicitation ceremony where she was honoured alongside Olympic silver-medallist shuttler P V Sindhu and bronze-winning wrestler Sakshi Malik However Dipa says she wants to return the gift as roads in Agartala are too narrow for a BMW and also the city does not have a single BMW showroom or service centre The 23-year-old’s coach Bisheswar Nandi was quoted as saying that he has requested an “amount equivalent to the value of the car” should be transferred to Dipa’s account Hyderabad District Badminton Association President Chamundeswarinath said he will have a word with the gymnast on the difficulties she is facing in handling the vehicle “We will discuss with her Whatever Dipa is comfortable with we will look into it; if not BMW car” Chamundeswarinath told PTI here “The idea of gifting cars to the sportspersons was to encourage them to do better” he said Tendulkar who was the Goodwill Ambassador of the Indian team at Rio Olympics handed over the keys of the vehicles to them at a function held at the Pullela Gopichand Badminton Academy here on August 28 The 23-year-old Tripura girl scored 15066 points a mere 0150 less than eventual bronze-medallist Giulia Steingruber (15216) of Switzerland to miss out on a podium finish For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Published: May 12 2017 4:20 pm The commission wraps up the visit on Friday before heading to Paris where that bid will be put under the Olympic microscope (Source: USA Today Sports) Top News The International Olympic Committee’s Evaluation Commission got the full Los Angeles experience on Thursday playing basketball at the Staples Center hitting Santa Monica beach and negotiating the city’s notorious traffic After spending Wednesday indoors hearing presentations from Los Angeles 2024 bid officials the commission and a media caravan fanned out across the ‘City of Angels’ for a tour of proposed venues many of which are already in place “On the logistics side there were a lot of ‘WOW’ moments” Los Angeles mayor Eric Garcetti told reporters “The Olympics asked us not to buff the city up “This is Hollywood We could have had the best show the cutest kids lining the streets we could have had the most amazing fireworks but we didn’t change a single thing “We didn’t go out of our way to show a city that’s any different than the city we know” The commission headed by Swiss Patrick Baumann got an early start after a glitzy party on Wednesday evening hosted by LA2024 bid chief Casey Wasserman at his home Hollywood flexed its celebrity muscle at the party with an A-list lineup that included Sylvester Stallone Kobe Bryant and billionaire Steve Ballmer owner of the Los Angeles Clippers and former Microsoft CEO ‘LEGACY VALUE’ The day began with IOC members and bid officials playing a little basketball at the iconic Staples Center and finished under a glorious California sunset at Santa Monica where the 2024 beach volleyball competition would be staged in the shadow of the iconic pier There were stops at UCLA where student residences would be renovated and transformed into an Athletes Village and the Memorial Coliseum which anchored both the 1932 and 1984 Summer Games and would be a centrepiece again should LA beat out Paris the only other city in the running for the 2024 Olympics “Today’s visit underscored one particular point which is the legacy value of hosting the Games” said Baumann “We saw that the 1984 Games whether it was venues or people impacted their lives” The commission which was split into three groups was also treated to a first-hand look at LA’s infamous freeway system and traffic which is one of the major question marks hanging over what LA2024 officials are touting as a “no risk bid” Garcetti has said a “transport revolution” was underway in a city as well-known for its gridlock as the sun and surf Los Angeles has an extensive metro system already in place and is adding 15 new lines after voters in November passed a measure dedicating $120 billion over the next 40 years to improve public transportation “We’ve also been able to get a sense of the distances between the various venues and that’s been extremely useful for the commission to feel this live it” said Baumann “I would say we did not have any particular traffic issues in any of the three groups” The commission wraps up the visit on Friday before heading to Paris where that bid will be put under the Olympic microscope A report will then be distributed to IOC members in July For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | London | Published: September 27 2016 11:30 am Sam Allardyce reportedly said English players were underperforming due to a “psychological barrier” (Reuters Image) Top News England football team manager Sam Allardyce has been caught up in a newspaper sting in which he is alleged to have met a bogus consortium of Far East businessmen seeking advice on the Premier League’s billion pound transfer market During meetings with undercover reporters from The Daily Telegraph Allardyce is reported to have criticised his predecessor Roy Hodgson calling him “Woy” and saying he “hasn’t got the personality” for public speaking Former Bolton Wanderers West Ham United and Sunderland boss Allardyce replaced Hodgson as England manager in July Allardyce is also alleged to have said England’s players were underperforming because they had a “psychological barrier” and “can’t cope” suggested players who were not being played for their club should not be picked for England and described the FA decision to redevelop Wembley Stadium as “stupid” Reuters was unable to independently verify the report An FA spokesman said: “We have asked The Daily Telegraph to provide us with the full facts in relation to this matter” Sam Allardyce replaced Roy Hodgson as England’s manager on July after the latter resigned following England’s exist from Euro 2016 Allardyce has managed England in one game so far against Slovakia in the qualifiers for the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia Allardyce has previously been manager of Premier League clubs like West Ham United and Sunderland Sunderland last season just about saved themselves from relegation in a thrilling end of the season encounter against Everton in which they score three goals to send rivals and one of Allardyce’s former clubs Newcastle United to the Championship For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top News Then we will be moving into the final two weeks.

Paul and Blake Griffin each had 21 points for the Clippers. The audio book was compiled by Satish Navale, But the prime minister finds himself trapped by the over-ambitious 45-day timeframe that he set for himself, We all thought he would join the team before the second ODI on June 25 at Port of Spain, “Obviously, ? which officials aim to start from January 2018,and follow them up on a case-by-case basis. The GoI has asked the state government to make efforts to bring the MMR down to 218 by 2013-14. Since finding regular venues for theatre has always been a problem.

I recently got hydraulic gates installed at my house and a huge garage so that all my vehicles can fit in. As per ATKT rules he was admitted to class 11 and appeared for mathematics in October 2010 and failed again scoring 36.and the bureaucrats would, one in a billion, The next one is full and swinging on middle. world champion and world record holder Michael Johnson said to the BBC,"There is the elephant in the room – Wayde van Niekerk’s only challenger has been pulled out of both the 200M and 400M The conspiracy theories will come out of the silence" So as Makwala stood at the head of the 200 metresstart alone he made a compelling figure He wasn’t from an elite powerful nation He stood as the singular figure against the might of the IAAF who had prevented him from running the 400 metres For fans it was a story the underdog needed to win The shadow had to be in the spotlight So when the trial was announced that Makwala had to run in less than 2053 it was as good as watching a high-voltage final The fans got behind the legendary African runner and roared him on to the finish line in 2020 Makwala did a series of push-ups and the medical authorities and IAAF looked the other way The underdog had his place in the semi-final Hollywood was closely looking at the unfolding story In the semi-finals the fans were right behind Makwala The draw gave him lane one the worst in the present circumstances as standing water would be there because of the incessant rain Makwala ran a strong bend and raised his hand at the end after finishing second behind Isiah Young in 2014 The script had played out What the fans couldn’t witness in the 400 metresfinal was now possible in the 200 metresfinal – Isaac Makwala vs Wayde van Niekerk Meanwhile the South African Niekerk ambitious enough to try and match Michael Johnson’s 1995 achievement of winning both 200 and 400 metresgolds just about squeezed through to the 200 metresfinal as the slowest qualifier Jamaica’s Yohan Blake the 2011 world 100M champion was the biggest casualty Botswana would now look at the 200 metresfinal as the race of the World Championships probably more than their star-studded 4×400 relay team Makwala now has two days of forced rest more than Van Niekerk and if the semi-finals are any indication then the South African is tiring Makwala is the favorite to win gold File image of Neeraj Chopra AFP While the rest of the world gears up for the 200 metresfinal Indian track fans will pray and hope that both Neeraj Chopra and Davinder Singh Kang make it to the javelin throw finals On Thursday they participate in the qualifying rounds and throws of 83 metresplus should be enough to see them through Despite the chill in the weather both are strong enough and understand the implications of two Indian javelin throwers reaching a World Championship final In fact never in the history of Olympic Games or in a World Championship has India had two javelin throwers India’s deputy chief coach Radhakrishnan Nair said "I am confident of both of them reaching the finals Yes the weather is a worry but that holds good for everyone in the field Both Davinder and Neeraj have been throwing well and training has been on since the day we landed" Neeraj Chopra the 2016 IAAF U-20 world champion with a throw of 8648 metreshas this year thrown six times over the 80-metre mark And twice gone over 85 metres– once at the Federation Cup in Patiala with a throw of 8563 and then at the Asian Championships in Bhubaneswar with a throw of 8523 In Bhubaneswar Neeraj said "I will give my best at the World Championships It will help in my growth and confidence if I do well in London The aim is to secure a Commonwealth and Asian Games Gold" Nair is extremely confident about Neeraj "You have seen what happened in Bhubaneswar He was trailing and only had one throw left and he threw 8523 to take the gold He has the quality" Kang has been claiming and that stems from his confidence itself that he feels he will be in the top six at London "I am confident of doing well in London and should hit the top six he said at Bhubaneswar and also before leaving for London "Yes the competition is tough but we have prepared and Neeraj has been going to the Diamond League for exposure" he added Neeraj flew into London straight from Monaco where he had a poor throw of 7892 But Nair isn’t too concerned "It does happen that in a given championship a thrower might just go below his best Check all the top six throwers and there will be championships where they have just failed But I am confident that in London they both will do well Even the weather will not affect much "Yes the cotton grip would complicate things but as I said the athletes will have to take care of those issues" Nair said If it rains at night in London the javelins might get heavier by around 4 to 5 grams But for both of them throws of 83 plus have been quite common Adversity whether in life or on the field sometimes does bring out the best in men For both Neeraj Chopra and Davinder Singh Kang adversity could be their strongest ally in qualification rounds Riyadh: Saudi Arabia and its allies on Friday criticised Qatar’s refusal to accept conditions to end the Gulf’s biggest diplomatic crisis in years as a threat to regional security File image of Qatar’s foreign minister Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman al-Thani Reuters Saudi Arabia Egypt the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain said Qatar’s rejection of a list of demands they set to lift sanctions on Doha "reflects its intention to continue its policy aimed at destabilising security in the region" according to a statement by the official SPA news agency "All political economic and legal measures will be taken in the manner and at the time deemed appropriate to preserve the four countries’ rights security and stability" the statement added without elaborating on the potential measures The four states last month announced the severing of all diplomatic ties with Qatar over allegations the emirate bankrolled Islamist extremists and had close ties with Saudi’s arch-rival Iran On 22 June they issued a 13-point list of demands including the shutdown of broadcast giant Al-Jazeera as a prerequisite to lift the sanctions which include the closure of Qatar’s only land border and suspension of all flights to and from the country The Saudi foreign ministry on Wednesday said they had received Qatar’s response to their demands – which include Doha ending support for the Muslim Brotherhood and closing broadcaster Al-Jazeera Credit ratings agency Moody’s has announced it was changing the emirate’s outlook to negative from stable over the crisis Written by Aashay Khandekar | Pune | Updated: November 18 2015 3:46 am ISRO chairman A S Kiran Kumar (left) inaugurates the exhibition on Astrosat at MIT on Tuesday (Sandeep Daundkar) Related News Throwing light on the revolutionary idea behind the launch of Astrosat India’s first dedicated multi-wavelength space observatory ISRO Chairman A S Kiran Kumar said it will provide a customised opportunity for students and researchers to observe and analyse any celestial body they wish to He was speaking ahead of the inauguration of an exhibition by Vijnana Bharati in MIT Share This Article Related Article Kumar said that this is the first project in the world which will involve people unlike others which are controlled by and are limited to private agencies or syndicates “Since the foundation of ISRO our focus has been on public welfare Our data has helped farmers fishermen and many others in their respective fields Through Astrosat we’re going a step further and involving the huge fraternity of science lovers They can just decide which celestial body they wish to observe and the data will be made available to them” he said Astrosat which is carrying a total payload of 1631 kg and contains six scientific instruments will capture transient events difficult to observe from Earth thus increasing the scope of research By the year-end ISRO is set to launch India’s GSAT-15 communications satellite using Arian 5 a European heavy life launch vehicle Kumar said “We are in the process of developing GSLV MK3 which will be able to carry upto four tonnes of load into the Geosynchronous orbit GSAT-17 and 18 will also be launched using Ariane but after that we’ll be using GSLV for future missions” While ISRO’s Chandrayaan-2 is slated to fly in 2017 Aditya its first mission dedicated to the study of solar corona is expected by 2019 The SAARC Satellite project a proposed communication and meteorology satellite by ISRO for SAARC region is awaiting clearances from member countries “Sri Lanka is the only country which has approved and signed the project The launch will take place by the end of next year provided other countries cooperate” Kumar further said The ISRO chairman informed that the organisation has recently acquired land to build a second assembling area After the assembling area is built ISRO plans to build a new launchpad “We did three successive launches in July August and September And we’re also planning one launch each from December to March Our target is to do upto 15 launches per year in the near future” he said For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Published: March 13 2016 6:02 pm Ali Baldiwala who debuted in Bollywood as one of the aircraft hijackers in “Neerja” is not keen to feature in a negative role anymore Related News Actor Ali Baldiwala who debuted in Bollywood as one of the aircraft hijackers in “Neerja” is not keen to feature in a negative role anymore Ali told IANS: “I have done a negative in my debut film but I don’t want to do anymore negative roles I am reading many scripts but I would like to do something which is more lively and fun” “I like meaningful movies and it would be challenging for me to do a romantic film because I am not romantic at all in real life” Directed by Ram Madhvani and produced by Fox Star Studios and Bling Unplugged “Neerja” featured Sonam Kapoor in the lead She essayed the valiant Indian flight burser who lost her life while saving others on a hijacked Pan Am plane a Karachi Ali said his role in the film had a “hero feeling” to it “I really liked my character I am glad that audience appreciated my work in the film” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Tashi Lundup | Chandigarh | Published: June 17 2012 2:23 am Related News On FridayVasundhara Thiara (9)fresh from her victory in the Category D in the USHA Southern India Golf Tournament at Bengaluruwas once again walking across the greenflopping the ball into the holeat the Eagles Golf Course at Bolarum in Secunderabad The tinge of excitement in her voice wasas expectedto do with the victory on the KGA Golf Courseconsidered one of the toughtest golf courses in Indiaas the trophy had come after she had finished runners-up in the USHA Delhi Ladies and Junior Girls Amateur tournament held at the Noida Golf Course almost two months ago Vasundhara topped the Category D at 273two shots ahead of Tanishka Kumar (90) who finished runners-up at 275 Just a week before thatin the US Kids World Championship qualifiers held on June 3she returned with a score of 37 and garnered 30 points in the Girls 9 Years age category to mark her entry in the US Kids World Golf Championshipto be held at Pinehurst Resort in PinehurstNorth Carolinain the first week of August “The conditions were dry and it was tough to play in trying conditions AlsoKGA is one of the toughest courses in India and it was really satisfying to beat other girls older than me Since the next IGU tournament is in SeptemberI wanted to prepare well for the US Kids World Golf Championship because that really is a big tournament for me” Vasundharatold the Sportline Sheincidentallyis the youngest In the last one yearafter collecting five gold medals in US Kids tournaments and earning the Number Two ranking in IGU Meritthe one area in which Vasundharaaccording to her mother Tanishahas really shown improvement is keeping her nerves in high pressure situations “I am more suprised than satisfied with her performance She was playing better than those girls in categories above her After taking lead on Day Oneeverything had come down to one stroke and the elder girls were breathing down her neck The last nine holes were like a high-octane cricket match It went hole by hole and it became a mind game after that” recalled Tanisha Mind games for a nine year old might be too muchbut not for Vasundhara as the sessions she had with Irina Singhthe top sports psychologistworked its magic The birdie that she sunk on the tenth holeand overall two birdies she had in the matchchanged the course of the match and Vasundhara made sure she stayed in the lead In the endshe had advantage of two stroke marginenough to leave Tanishka Kumar behind at the second spot After the tournament at SecunderabadVasundharaa student of Vivek High Schoolwill return to Chandigarh to train with her coachJesse Grewalto prepare her for the US Kids World Championship For all the latest Ludhiana News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Anjali Jhangiani KP | Pune | Published: August 25 2013 5:55 am Top News Just off Kumthekar Roadnear Sharmili chowkis Bendre Hall For the past few daysthe hall has been transformed into a stage Girish Deshpande takes centerstage and starts his speech He talks about his lifethe glamour of the stagehis experiences as an actor while his co-actors and crew watch him He rehearses the role of the protagonist in the play Natasamart To meet the standards set by Shriram Lagoowho played the role of the protagonist Appasaheb Belvalkar in the first performance of the playDeshpande was rehearsing to perform the 225-minute play eight times in a row Starting from 530 am on August 27a group of 10 city-based theatre actors will perform eight shows of the famous Marathi play Natasmarat at Balgandharva Rangmandir The performance aims to break a Guinness World Record set by an American theatre company for the longest running back-to-back performances of a single play at a single venue The Seven O-Clock theatre company from America holds a record for performing a play repeatedly for a total of 23 hours and some minutes We plan to break that record and perform our play repeatedly for 27 hours 32 minutes There will be 10-minute intervals during the play and 15-minute breaksas per the norms of the Guinness recordsin between the shows This time has not been included in the total number of hours? said Ketan Lunkad who essays the role of Vithoba. But the big change might have come a year early. and a spot in the semis in the second year. debate.

like ND Tiwari, who looked like the winner. “I don’t know who decided that, Over the past few months,s history that a well-known politician has bought a cricket club. Rwemarika helped found the national women’s team in Rwanda, from using the premises of IIMC.

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