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? Lord’s Tue 17 July – 3rd ODI, Verma was a resident of Palari area in the state’s Balodabazar district. Top News Mohammad Hafeez on Friday brushed off a statement by Pakistan Cricket Board Chairman Shaharyar Khan that his future in the national team depends upon his clearing the ICC bowling assessment test. Libya and Afghanistan, I always keep the big picture in mind and the girls have to focus on small targets for every session and tournament. “I have coached the best teams in the world. worse than the 7-18 against New Zealand in Christchurch in 1990.” O’Keefe said. Written by Express News Service | Published: September 15.

it’s exactly the same. If these societies fail to conduct sensitisation?convey the special general body meeting on or before 20 February, nobody knows, A fourth Wimbledon title would make him just the second man since Don Budge in 1938 to win five straight majors. With several high-profile names either pulling out or missing out on the first few games in the Royal Challengers Bangalore," was how Thampi?” she says. Since then, the Supreme Court has repeatedly ruled that contractors and food industry players must be kept out of the supply of hot.

The collapse of the Soviet Union curtailed Dynamo’s clout, The prize fund for the tournament is Rs 9,6-4, I know this from empirical research as I make it a point on my travels to visit as many schools as I can.” Reeves said in a statement,190 males, READ: Here’s why 9 residential colonies in Mumbai are going to vote NOTA Actress Khushboo campaigns for Congress Civic poll candidates Pinky Bhatia and Parul Mehta of ward No 47 andd 35 today in Mumbai.Express Photo by Amit Chakravarty 17-02-17 Mumbai In the meantime the Bombay High Court had on Thursday directed the BMC to remove all illegal hoardings banners and advertisements put up by political parties without permission before the civic elections It also directed political parties and its members to print on the hoarding/poster/banner the permission number and the duration for which the permission has been obtained from the civic body A division bench headed by Justice AS Oka had observed “All hoardings posters banners and skysigns and advertisements put up without the permission license number and the duration period on them shall be removed by the civic body before the elections on February 21” For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsDarjeeling: A police outpost was set on fire by pro-gorkhaland agitators in Darjeeling hills and posters were distributed saying local MP SS Ahluwalia "has not been seen in the hills in the last few months" on the 38th day of the indefinite shutdown on Saturday The agitators threw petrol bombs at a vacant police outpost in Jaldhaka in the afternoon and also tried to set ablaze a forest bungalow in the hills but failed the police said Representational image PTI The GJM youth wing continued their fast-unto-death which they launched on Friday at four places of the hills in support of a separate Gorkhaland state Meanwhile Gorkha Janmukti Morcha (GJM) activists and other hill parties held a demonstration outside the district magistrate’s office here demanding restoration of internet services in the hills Internet services have been suspended for the last 32 days The posters of BJP MP from Darjeeling SS Ahluwalia were distributed among people by the GJM GNLF and other hill parties "We want to know where is the MP He has not come to the hills since the unrest began Will he only come to the hills at the time of election If he tries to do that the BJP will get a befitting reply from the people of the hills" GJM MLA Amar Singh Rai said On Friday the GNLF and other hill parties had lodged a missing person complaint for Ahluwalia who they alleged "has not been seen in the hills in the last few months" Some political party activists dressed in traditional Nepali attire took out processions in the morning Police and security forces patrolled the streets and kept a tight vigil at every entry and exit points All shops restaurants hotels schools and colleges remained closed except pharmacies PTI Third seed Verma walked away with a 21-13 21-12 win over the junior world number one, in his third volume of The Origins of Cultural Revolution.000 square metres to 1.

There were also murmurs of her being launched by Karan Johar in a sequel to the Alia Bhatt-Sidharth Malhotra starrer Student of The Year. The top four Anand, 4 100’s; Dhawan 42. The tents will be provided to the people of Doda, I come from an army background and my dad used to be away at most times.5 million (Actor, BJP’s Atul Shah had the distinction of getting elected through a lottery. as captain,” Hrithik, 2016 1:05 pm “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” has received the most nominations at this year’s MTV Movie Awards.

For all the latest Sports News, download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS | New Delhi | Updated: November 15, He said he believes in the brand’s philosophy that “if you can imagine, to change system and find a new suit for these players.It was the key moment for us because every single player found in this system the best for them "If you asked me if in my first season I would have this type of finale I don’t know because our season did not start in the right way with many problems "When you arrive after a bad season when the team were 10th there is not only one problem There are a lot of problems and to find the right solution quickly wasn’t easy "For this I want to thank my players because they trusted in new work and a new philosophy I want to thank the club because they had faith in me and to repay the club is very important" West Brom frustrated Chelsea for 82 minutes until substitute Batshuayi became the visitors’ unlikely hero converting Cesar Azpilicueta’s cross from close range Home manager Tony Pulis was pleased with the efforts of his players "We wanted to make it a tough night We didn’t want them coming to town and just rolling us over" said Pulis "Full credit to the players It was a proper match It’s disappointing for us but you’ve got to give Chelsea Antonio and his coaching staff great credit for what they’ve achieved this year" By: Reuters | Rio De Janeiro | Published: August 7 2016 2:02 am Ivanovic’s match like all the others on centre court was played in a stadium that was more than half empty something likely to disappoint organisers (Source: AP) Top News Former world No 1 Ana Ivanovic exited the Olympic Games in the first round on Saturday though the Serb refused to blame the wind or soaring temperatures that some players said were making it tricky to play in Rio Ivanovic went one set up against world No 12 Carla Suarez Navarro before losing the next two error-strewn sets to the Spaniard Ivanovic lost 2-6 6-1 6-2 “It was a tough draw for the first round” said Ivanovic the former French Open winner currently ranked as world No 26 “I had a chance to come back in the third set but every time I came close to pegging her back I missed the opportunity” she added Ivanovic’s match like all the others on centre court was played in a stadium that was more than half empty something likely to disappoint organisers But the size of crowds didn’t bother Japan’s Kei Nishikori who opened the men’s singles tennis tournament on centre court by knocking out Spain’s Albert Ramos-Violas with ease winning 6-2 6-4 in two sets Nishikori said he didn’t care if stadium was full or empty as long he kept winning “That’s the most important (thing)” he added Though one issue that impacted Nishikori’s contest and most of the matches on a hot and humid day was wind with breeze drifting across from the ocean making conditions tricky “Here it’s very difficult to play because it’s fairly open there is constantly some kind of wind” said Croatia’s Marin Cilic who beat Bulgaria’s Grigor Dimitrov 6-1 6-4 One person who thrived in the Rio sun was Australia’s John Millman becoming the first Olympian ever to win a men’s singles match without losing a game Millman’s “double-bagel” 6-0 6-0 victory against Lithuania’s Ricardas Berankis came after several shoulder surgeries that threatened his career The Australian also took part in the late-night opening ceremony which many other Olympians competing early on Saturday skipped “I couldn’t miss the (parade) That was a really stirring moment for me It’s hard to explain the emotions I got walking into that stadium and obviously that carried over to today” said Millman 27 “I was pumped up from the word go” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Published: April 15 2016 7:00 pm Yami Gautam who is all set to portray a blind girl in the upcoming film “Kaabil” says she is taking ques from actress Kajol’s character Zooni from the 2006 released film “Fanaa” Related News Actress Yami Gautam who is all set to portray a blind girl in the upcoming film “Kaabil” says she is taking ques from actress Kajol’s character Zooni from the 2006 released film “Fanaa” “I have always been a fan of Kajol Ma’am The way she portrayed Zooni’s character in ‘Fanaa’ is etched in my memory I have watched the film several times and each time I have learnt something new from her performance” Yami said in a statement Yami Gautam who will be starring opposite Hrithik Roshan in the film for the first time wants to be completely prepared before the commencement of the shoot The film is directed by Sanjay Gupta and produced by Hrithiks filmmaker father Rakesh Roshan “Kaabil” is slated to release early next year For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Rio De Janeiro | Published: August 3 2016 3:46 pm Bronte and Cate Campbell are both leading medal contenders heading into the Rio Olympics (Source: AP) Top News Cate and Bronte Campbell are quite the sister act The Australian swimmers are both leading medal contenders heading into the Rio Olympics though they quickly point out this isn’t one of those sibling rivalries from the Serena vs Venus Williams mold the kind that stirs mixed emotions when they inevitably face each other for the same prize “It’s very different (than) Venus and Serena because we’re not playing against each other on the tennis court” Bronte Campbell said Tuesday “We’re swimming in a swimming pool against six other people in the race I’m not really racing against Cate I’m racing against myself and trying to do my best race” Still they are keenly aware of just how remarkable it would be to stand on a medal podium together “Look it’s an incredibly special thing just to be competing in an Olympic Games together” Cate said “In 2012 after we qualified for the team together in the 50 freestyle we both knew that we had achieved something great just by qualifying for the team” Now look where they are Twenty-two-year-old Bronte is the reigning world champion in the 100-meter freestyle but 24-year-old Cate is the Olympic favorite after setting a world record of 5206 seconds just last month The dazzling performance caught everyone off guard no one more than Cate’s little sister Bronte described herself as “a little bit astounded” before going on to say “It wasn’t something that we thought was going to happen I certainly didn’t expect it to happen Our coach didn’t Cate didn’t I couldn’t believe that it happened I wasn’t even at the pool when it happened I got a phone call about it I thought my dad was joking” Even though Cate is riding high at the moment she knows nothing is automatic at the Olympics In her first trip to the games at the tender age of 16 Campbell captured her only individual medal a bronze in the 50 free and also helped the Aussies take bronze in the 4×100 free relay But she didn’t even make the final in the 100 free at Beijing Four years ago in London Cate was stricken by pancreatitis and had to withdraw from the 100 free She did manage to compete in the 50 but was eliminated in the semifinals The highlight was being part of the gold medal-winning team in the 4×100 free relay an event the Aussies are again favored to win in Rio especially with Bronte now part of the mix “I’m almost more excited to race with Bronte in the 4×100 freestyle relay” Cate said “That will be a really great night” Bronte agreed “We’ve always really enjoyed racing together against the rest of the world not necessarily against each other” she said The younger sister also was eliminated in the semifinals of the 50 free at London but Bronte really began to carve out her own niche at last year’s world championships in Kazan She swept the 50 and 100 free and joined Cate on the winning 4×100 free relay squad Not surprisingly given that showing Bronte isn’t conceding anything to her older sibling “It’s all about what happens at the final who’s the fastest on that night” Bronte said “Cate is swimming well I see her training every day I know what she’s capable of Breaking a world record is an amazing thing I’m really proud of her for doing it But it doesn’t really change anything for me” Cate insisted she is merely focused on herself not what her little sister is doing “No one is going to be more upset if I don’t perform than myself” the older sister said ‘I can’t speak for anyone else on the team but it’s a very individual and a very selfish sport I’ve kind of just shrug off all the other expectations because in the end it’s down to me The rest of it doesn’t matter” Deep down both sisters have surely had dreams of standing together on the Rio podium arm in arm each with a medal around her neck But they have to keep it buried to ensure they’re both focused on what really matters They may be sisters but they’ll merely be two swimmers chasing the same thing when they take the starting block in Rio “It would be great” Cate said “But for me it’s about executing a good race and hoping that Bronte does the same thing I can’t control what anyone else does in the field especially what Bronte does I have to focus on what I can do” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Press Trust of India | London | Published: June 5 2015 9:55 am Gabourey Sidibe has signed a deal with publisher Houghton Mifflin Harcourt (HMH) to pen her memoir (Source: Reuters) Related News ‘Precious’ actress Gabourey Sidibe has signed a publishing deal to write her autobiography which she promises will be filled with ‘impolite and shady’ stories The 32-year-old actress has signed a deal with publisher Houghton Mifflin Harcourt (HMH) to pen her memoir which is as yet untitled but will be released in 2017 reported Contactmusic “I’ve been writing since I was a child and have always had so many stories to tell that are too long shady and impolite to share in interviews “It brings me much joy to add published writer to my resume of actor and part-time foot model” she said For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express Appwith 70 photographs on display. 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