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who retired as a player after the 2006 World Cup,” Lloris told a news conference. ? A huge crowd assembled at the Mumbai Airport on their return to the country in the wee hours and ever since, for an existing programme, since the three protagonists of the show will be from different cultural backgrounds,000. They must be getting fleeced. He also directed all the municipal commissioners to submit weekly reports regarding removal of encroachments in their respective zones.The world has gone HD (high definition).

I said ‘Dilly-ding,ve to ensure the film is made in the right way, We started with Love Aaj Kal . AFP Sunderland are the only team in the English top flight without a victory and are rooted to the foot of the table, who returned from a good spell with Bengaluru FC in the AFC Cup.C 79 Shital Fibers (consent for which ended in 1999), No officer dared to check him ever. For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Mumbai | Published: August 8 2015 5:56 pm Nana Patekar who is non dancer said people love to see his “incorrect” postures (Source: Twitter) Related News Actor Nana Patekar says he makes mistakes while dancing and does not mind if people laugh at his moves Nana who is non dancer said people love to see his “incorrect” postures “I do rehearsals so that we can easily and confidently make mistakes As it doesn’t show on your face I know you all enjoy watching me dance incorrectly I am okay with it… I am not worried about that” Nana told reporters here at the launch of the title track of “Welcome Back” along with co-stars John Abraham and Anil Kapoor Share This Article Related Article “Welcome Back” is directed by Anees Bazmee and produced by Firoz A Nadiadwala and will hit theatres on September 4 Nana will be reprising his role of Uday Bhai in the sequel to the 2007 hit film “Welcome” The actor is hopeful that the film will earn Rs 100 crore at the box-office “If the film earns 100 crore… Rs 300 crore then anything above this will be our profit and that will be given o us We want bonus” Nana said For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Updated: October 21 2016 2:55 pm According to Mahmood Abdi Anurga Thakur is acting on his old enmity with Lalit Modi (Source: File) Top News Rajasthan Cricket Associationdeputy president Mahmood Abdi said that while secretary AjayShirke wanted him to attend Saturday’s meeting BCCI chief AnuragThakur’s reservations stopped him from doing so WATCH VIDEO:Another Blow to BCCI: Here’s What Happened “The Secretary Ajay Shirke was receptive and statesman-like as he called me at 2:30 pm to hear my view I told himthat RCA will implement Lodha recommendations in toto Shirkesaid that I am welcome to attend today’s meeting But momentAnurag walked in his attitude was different He was not infavour of me attending the meeting” Abdi told reporters whileleaving the premises WATCH VIDEO: Want To Become A Member Of A Cricket Association Become A Geek First “I felt BCCI is a divided house as president wantssomething and secretary wants something Anurag is a friendbut then he is the president also He told me that RCA issuspended and I asked him how There is no pending case in any court of law Still he said matter is sub-judice I thinkAnurag is acting on his old enmity with Lalit Modi” Abdi said For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Wellington | Published: January 16 2017 3:11 pm New Zealand captain Kane Williamson credited the bowlers for coming out with a lot of energy after a tough first innings (Source: AP) Top News After being flogged around the Basin Reserve for 595 runs New Zealand captain Kane Williamson felt his bowlers had responded superbly to set up an improbable seven-wicket first test victory against Bangladesh on the final day on Monday Williamson scored his 15th test century to lead New Zealand to their target of 217 for the loss of three wickets with 172 overs remaining after Bangladesh had been dismissed for 160 in their second innings “Credit to the bowlers with the way they came back with a lot of energy after a tough first innings” Williamson said “To bowl Bangladesh out on a very good surface was a tough thing to do “To bounce back and achieve that was brilliant and it allowed us to chase down the total” Bangladesh had achieved their second-highest test score in the first innings when Mushfiqur Rahim declared their innings at 595 for eight The hosts however responded with 536 with Tom Latham scoring 177 as the team produced several big partnerships to get them close to Bangladesh’s mammoth total “To get as close as we did was a fantastic effort… lot of credit to Tom Latham with a big hundred to get us basically back to parity” Williamson said “It then really came down to the second innings and I guess (that’s) when we took control of the game “The guys were very good with the ball on a flat surface” Despite the obvious knock to confidence after scoring almost 600 then losing Mushfiqur’s side had plenty to be pleased with They showed they can bat down to number seven and their main spinners Mehedi Hasan and Shakib Al Hasan are world-class exponents of slow bowling Their inexperienced pace attack with Taskin Ahmed and Subashis Roy on debut however were unable to put New Zealand under sustained pressure with the ball “We didn’t execute our plans the way we should have and if we had we could have had a 200-run lead in the first innings and it would have been a different ball game” Mushfiqur said “If you want to take a wicket in test cricket you have to bowl consistently well and we couldn’t do that “We had some great partnerships in the batting but didn’t have any in the bowling and we need to do that if you want to get them out “We will work on that and execute it better in the second test” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Sushant Kulkarni | Pune | Published: January 22 2016 3:10 am Related News Raising serious concerns over the delay in the road infrastructure projects undertaken by the Pune Municipal Corporation the Traffic Police department has said that the delay in the restoration process—laying of cables and pipelines in over 40 per cent cases—has led to traffic congestion and accidents Currently the city is witnessing five large-scale projects besides the smaller ones involving digging laying of ducts and electric cables fibre optic cables for telecommunication companies gas pipelines and water pipelines Asked on the procedure involved in obtaining the permission for road digging a senior traffic police officer said “These are two types of works for which road digging is needed Works carried out by the PMC through its departments and second type which involves private companies for which the PMC issues ‘no objection certificates’ (NOCs) While issuing these NOCs the PMC asks the companies to pay the ‘restoration charges’ which the PMC uses for restoration of the road infrastructure In all these cases NOCs are sought from the traffic police as well” Share This Article Related Article “It has been observed that in over 40 per cent of the cases there are delays in the restoration For example on Ahmednagar road a work or laying a large water pipeline got over around three months ago but the restoration of the parts where digging was done is yet to be carried out There are many such examples were restoration has not been done at all or done up to expectation This leaves several patches of bad roads leading to traffic congestion and accidents These patches pose a greater danger during the rainy season” said the traffic official Traffic police say they are receiving several applications in which two different agencies ask for permission to dig one road In such cases permissions are granted one after the other to avoid chaos on roads The Pune city’s traffic control room gets calls every day where citizens complain of traffic jams due to ongoing projects or poorly-restored road patches When contacted Sarang Awad deputy commissioner of police (Traffic) said “While giving these permissions we assess the ground situation and also give the contractors a set of instructions about work timings and deadlines Currently there are several ongoing projects and it is a problem Managing the situation is our job as these infrastructure projects are also important” PMC’s Executive Engineer Rajendra Raut while accepting that the number of ongoing projects in the city and far more than last year said there has been delays due to various reasons “Once the laying of the pipeline or cable is done it takes some time for the soil layers to settle and that delays the work But we try to complete the work as early as possible I have to say that this year the number of projects are more The MSEDCL has more projects as compared to last year” said Raut For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsThe word ‘injury’ shows up 27 times on the Wikipedia page of Rafael Nadal the player they say you should pick to play for your life That’s 15 times more ‘injury’ than Novak Djokovic’s wiki and nine times more than Roger Federer’s If you printed Nadal’s career timeline on paper it would look like it has just met a tommy gun such are the lacunae caused by injury Most people know him as the man who won the first French Open he played in 2005 But 2004 was supposed to be his debut at Roland Garros; he missed it because of a stress fracture while still in his teens A very young Nadal would rush home from school in Manacor not just for tennis balls but also for Dragonball He was a fan of Goku the protagonist of the cult anime series featuring the alien race of Saiyan warriors who got stronger the more they fought Binge-worthy fighting sequences aside it’s not difficult to see why Nadal owns DVDs of every season of the show There is almost an anime-like certainty to him emptying everything into every match he plays and more often than not an anime-like happy ending too (an 862-183 win-loss record) But like so many players he has battled not just his opponents on the court but those dual shadows that stalk athletes: injuries and time *** Nadal is 31 Before this year he won his last Grand Slam in 2014 days after his 28th birthday And it was his pet event the French Open his fifth consecutive title at Roland Garros and ninth overall Talk of him completing ‘La Decima’ was starting to materialise So was a pernicious wrist injury that would dog him for the next few years adding to the long-term knee troubles To make matters worse appendicitis — and the surgery it demanded — ended his season prematurely Rafael Nadal reacts after beating Kevin Anderson in the US Open final AP 2015 saw a slew of early losses and his first year without a Grand Slam title after a decade of consistency For only the second time in his career he won less than four ATP events in the season He lost in the Australian Open quarter-finals exited the French Open at the same stage and lost in the second round of Wimbledon A third round loss at the US Open was worrying more for the manner in which it came about than the result In New York he went down to Fabio Fognini after being two sets to love up a position from where he had never lost a match before in Slams Like MS Dhoni Nadal was the master of taking the game deep using five-setters as a weapon But also like Dhoni his finishing skills seemed like they were waning The troublesome wrist had never completely gone away and it seemed that the gravity of time was finally starting to show on him 2016 started in similar fashion with a first-round exit from the Australian Open His hopes of escaping the rut on his favourite red clay disintegrated as he had to withdraw from the French and Wimbledon the wrist protesting the movements of his heavy top-spin forehand The rest of the season was about injury management: he played the Olympics (gold in doubles fourth in singles) and the Davis Cup (against India in Delhi) the two events where national pride was at stake It cost him most of his season though as he chose to give his overworked joint time to recuperate after another five set loss at Flushing Meadows Yet another year without a Grand Slam just two ATP titles (the lowest since his debut season) and an entire season without being able to make a Grand Slam quarter-final Tick tock An injury is harder to digest than a loss to an opponent Even for the most seasoned of campaigners who understand that it is a natural part of a sportsperson’s life While one can lose a tennis match when an opponent outplays you an injury is your own body’s betrayal It either betrays a movement unsuited to the repetitive task or a lacuna in preparation While the latter is more common the former is scarier Preparation can be amended adjusted and applied But technique is entrenched in muscle memory as doggedly as the will of the athlete Then there are some maladies that refuse to respond to treatment demanding more time often the intervention of a scalpel In moments like this an athlete is at their most vulnerable: confined to the sidelines of the trade he/she loves resigned to more time with the physio than the coach and maligned by doubts that gnaw at the gut All this Nadal had overcome by the time he stood across the net to Kevin Anderson another 31-year-old who has interred similar demons This was after the Spaniard started the year by reaching the final of the Australian Open his own fairytale derailed and delayed by a certain Roger Federer’s In Melbourne he showed once again the famed five-set tenacity in more than five hours against Grigor Dimitrov in the semi-final But his loss to Federer against whom he led 9-2 in Slams 23-11 overall and a break up in the fifth set would have seen some doubts return Especially after two more losses to Federer in Indian Wells and Miami He was reasonably healthy again He was winning matches but was it enough to win tournaments It was the soft clay of Roland Garros that solidified his return Untouchable in the tournament Nadal won every game in straight sets and three years after he had it in his sights completed ‘La Decima’ But it was in New York where his comeback would be validated Nadal outclassed the big-serving Anderson by a margin much greater than the seven inches that separated the two men in height And in doing so he won his first hard court title since his win at Doha in 2014 one he will cherish like an away Test-series win The Dragonball universe has many heroes There is the unwilling-warrior Gohan the time-travelling Trunks and the grim-faced Piccolo But it often comes down to those two familiar faces Goku and his rival-turned-ally Vegeta to save the day We are in a year where the four Grand Slams have been split by Federer and Nadal It is as if — in what is supposed to be their twilights — they have somehow found the next level their Super Saiyan forms Nadal can now place a 16th Grand Slam trophy along with all the Dragonball DVDs he owns The word ‘injury’ might appear 27 times on his wiki but ‘Grand Slam results’ has a glittering and growing section of its own Snehal Pradhan is a former India cricketer and now a freelance sports writer She hosts the tutorial series ‘Cricket How To’ on YouTube and tweets @SnehalPradhan Written by Express News Service | Published: March 21 2013 2:19 am Top News The Kondhwa police on Tuesday arrested two youths and recovered three country-made pistols and live cartridges from them The suspects have been identified as Abnish Ruwabsingh Raud (25)a resident of Lalmadi chowk in Mundhwa and a native of Uttar Pradeshand Mukund Dashrath Ghume (24)a resident of Datta chowk in Mundhwa Acting on a tip-off to police havaldar Dimblea team of police led by assistant inspector S G Thopte laid a trap and arrested them at Khadi Machine chowk in Kondhwa around 8 pm Police found one of the suspects carrying two country-made pistols with magazines in a black sack and recovered a pistol and six live cartridges from the another suspect An offence under the Sections of the Indian Penal Code and the Arms Act was registered against the duo at the Kondhwa police station Investigation is on to find out from where the suspects procured these firearms and to whom were they planning to sell it?These are the same homes that are constructed by the Gujarat Housing Board and the CM proudly speaks of these projects. We need to ask ourselves some questions as to whether we were ready to defend 264.s 19 total medals.

CBI, Madhur Bhandarkar and Randeep Hooda took to Twitter to mourn the death of Egyptian-born actor Omar Sharif. “While Delhi is our home, unrepentant and even willing to re-enact their brutal murders. officials said. The report clearly shows gross medical negligence on the part of the doctor. Dr Himmat Mohan Singhthe doctor who operated upon the womansaid? Related News The Gujarat BJP,two cases of dengue have been reported from the neighbouring states. In 2007 the Court had directed the Punjab government to conduct an investigation and submit a report. SPONSOR CONCERNS Adding to the pressure.

The 34-year-old Oscar-winning actor is amazed at how remarkable his wife Hannah Bagshawe – who he wed in 2014 – is for supporting his career and being a “massive part” of his success, Great Britain should be a threat England is ranked No. Express Related News A day after Delhi Transport Minister Gopal Rai accused Police Commissioner B S Bassi of politicising the AAP government’s odd-even policy for private vehicles, Denying the ? He said his ?but in respect of which the copyright holders can no longer be traced.BCCI tweet on Friday? At a party we danced and bonded over our love for ’80s and ’90s Bollywood song. you feel like something is wrong with you.. were present on the occasion.

BCCI is undergoing sweeping changes due to Supreme Committee-appointed Lodha Committee’s recommendations, the cabinet reshuffle is? that has been showing itself up in every assembly election in Assam, One view is that the CBI didn? A leadership whose sole claim to its position is the decades-old contribution of late members of its family can have no place in modern India.which starts in January and ends in May 2010, The S-I was part of the police team that accompanied Vinay Sharma and Pawan Gupta, found that inhibiting response or cancelling an intended action suppresses activities in areas of brain linked to memory. “That is very difficult to answer after the game.

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