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I’ll give it a good shot. He told me he began to appreciate the power of intuition, “Enjoyd? Murray has just been reunited with Ivan Lendl,abnormally? He suffered a panic attack and turned violent Among other thingshe broke a LCD television He also injured himselfpolice have claimed The Southeast district policewho are investigating the casehave taken into custody two of Anmols friends with whom he had been partying to find out from where they bought the LSD On Wednesdaythe police claimed to have traced the route allegedly taken by them to buy the drugs All types of party drugs are easily available in the capital There has been a sharp rise in the use of ephedrine in the city According to policethe use of ephedrine has almost doubled in the first nine months of this year compared to last year So far this yearthe police have recovered 705 kg ephedrine compared to 318 kg last year Another party drug methaqualone is also gaining popularity Not on the polices radar till last yearthe police have so far this year recovered 176 kg of the banned drug Till date this year337 cases have been registered under the NDPS Act and 404 people arrested Of those arrested19 are Nigerian nationalspolice said More than half the drugs seized cocaineephedrine and methaqualone were from Nigerian nationals For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsPanaji:Sports Minister Vijay Goel on Mondayexpressed unhappiness over the top football clubs of the country leaving the I-League and promised to speak to the All India Football Federation (AIFF) to look into the matter A file photo of Indian sports minister Vijay Goel PTI Talking on the sidelines of the unveiling of the BRICS U-17 football tournament logo here Goel said "I will speak to those from the federation and ask them to find a resolution to the problem He was asked if he was concerned about the exodus of top-flight teams from the I-league following the emergence of Indian Super League (ISL) Top teams from Goa like the Salgaocar FC and Sporting Clube de Goa have already exited the I-League while former league winners Dempo FC are also expected to follow suit Goel said both he as well as Prime Minister Narendra Modi were keen on promoting football and other sports in the country He added that the U-17 tournament which will be held parallel to the BRICS Summit will strengthen the ties between the member states "We should encourage such games between member states as that will increase bonding and create a warm atmosphere between the people of those countries" Goel said By: Express Web Desk | Mohali | Updated: May 9 2017 8:57 pm Glenn Maxwell felt the loss to Gujarat Lions was pretty devastating (Source: BCCI) Related News A few days back Kings XI Punjab’s fielding coach R Sridhar had said that he was proud that his team has dropped the least number of catches in this IPL season But he may have to eat his words as the team dropped three catches which ultmately became the cause of their loss against Gujarat Lions KXIP skipper Glenn Maxwell termed the loss as “pretty devastating” and blamed it on the poor fielding “Pretty devastating” Maxwell said after the loss “189 was enough the bowlers and fielders let us down We dropped three crucial catches We haven’t won a heap of games in a row We’ve had to scrap Unfortunately we’ll lose Hashim and David Miller now and we’ll have to look deep in our reserves and regroup” he added It was a good win for Gujarat Lions who dented the play-off chances for Kings XI Captain Suresh Raina that it was a good season for the youngster “We had too many injuries (this year) (But) still a good season for the youngsters” he said Describing the chase of 190 Raina said they needed a good start and that is what Dwayne Smith did before Dinesh Karthik and himself finished the chase “Smithy (Smith) and Ishan gave us the platform and later on me and DK (Dinesh Karthik) had a good partnership I think it was about six-over partnerships Sandy (Sandeep Sharma) and Mohit (Sharma) bowled brilliantly in between but me and DK rotated the strike really well When you’re chasing 190 you need a good start and that’s what we’ve had in the last couple of matches” he said Smith who scored 74 off 39 balls was awarded the Man-of-the-Match said he was disappointed with his performances over the past games He also said that his team will like to keep going and look to damage some other teams “(It’s) still disappointed about my performances over the past games I think my natural game is like that it was just about staying out there as long as possible and if I do that we’ll stay in front of the run rate” he said “I knew once I stay out there runs will come for sure We’re already out of the tournament so we can’t worry about that we just need to keep going on and look to damage some other teams as well” Smith said For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: PTI | Patiala | Updated: December 2 2016 12:00 am Kamlesh Makvana finished with three wickets after giving away 46 runs against Karnataka (Source: Express File) Top News Bottom-placed Saurashtra were poisedfor an upset win over Karnataka after their spinners spun aweb around the opposition batsmen on the third and penultimate day of their Group B Ranji Trophy cricket match here today Saurashtra duo of off-spinner Kamlesh Makvana andleft-arm spinner Jay Chauhan took five wickets between them asgroup toppers Karnataka ended the day with an overall lead of just nine runs by reaching 168 for 5 in their second innings Yesterday Saurashtra had already taken the first innings lead by reaching 297 for 6 in reply to Karnataka’s 200 all out They were bowled out for 359 with Karnataka left-arm spinner Abrar Kazi wiping out the lower order to finish with 4 for 83 Prerak Mankad who had raised his maiden first-class century overnight finished with 126 Karnataka struggled early in their second innings andwere reduced to 27 for 2 in the eighth over before being lifted through a third-wicket stand of 110 between Kaunain Abbas and Manish Pandey Their association ended with Pandey’s dismissal for 58 Stuart Binny (6) and CM Gautam (0) were dismissed cheaply after that but Abbas stayed not out on 62 and along withShreyas Gopal (15 batting) ensured that there was further damage The pair took Karnataka to 168 for 5 at stumps Brief Scores: Karnataka: 200 & 168 for 5 in 60 overs (Kaunain Abbas 62 batting Manish Pandey 58; Kamlesh Makvana 3/46) Saurashtra: 359 all out in 115 overs (Prerak Mankad 126; Snell Patel 87; Vinay Kumar 4/54 Abrar Kazi 4/83) For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Press Trust of India | Los Angeles | Published: May 29 2015 4:09 pm King of Pop Michael Jackson’s former Neverland ranch estate in California has been put on the market for USD 100 million Top News King of Pop Michael Jackson’s former Neverland ranch estate in California has been put on the market for USD 100 million Jackson refused to return to his sprawling home in Santa Barbara County following a police raid in 2004 during an investigation into child molestation charges against him – and the place that once boasted an amusement park rides and housed the pop star’s many exotic animals has been empty ever since reported People magazine Jackson bought the 2700-acre property in 1987 for USD 195 million and staged his marriage ceremony to Lisa Marie Presley there in 1995 The late superstar defaulted on a USD 245 million loan backed by the ranch and investment firm Colony Capital took over Neverland in 2008 with a view to selling it The estate now features over 20 structures including the main house guest houses 50-seat movie theatre and a station that served as a stop-off point for Jackson’s miniature railway Keen to keep fans away from the estate the realtors hoping to sell the ranch are planning an “extensive pre-qualification” of all potential buyers before showing the property Sotheby’s International Realty’s Suzanne Perkins says “We’re not going to be giving tours” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Berlin | Published: April 13 2017 7:11 pm Bayern Munich’s immediate focus is likely on return leg at Real Madrid where they will hope to pull off an unlikely comeback (Source: AP) Top News Bayern Munich will need to put the disappointment of losing midweek in the Champions League behind them to keep on course for the Bundesliga crown as German football reels from Tuesday’s attack on Borussia Dortmund’s team bus Bayern on the cusp of a fifth successive title are away to Bayer Leverkusen on Saturday as they seek to maintain a 10-point lead at the top of the standings and move closer to securing the championship well before the close of the campaign But both Bayern and Dortmund were beaten at home in the first leg of their Champions League quarter-finals on Wednesday just a day after three explosions went off as the Dortmund bus made its way to their match against AS Monaco There is little doubt that the attack had an impact on the German performances and there is likely to be a somber if defiant atmosphere at grounds around the country at the weekend “Of course the events in Dortmund and the consequences of the attack were shocking for the clubs of the Bundesliga We have great confidence in the work of security agencies in football matches and in the activities of the investigative authorities” German football league chief executive officer Christian Seifert said Bayern seeking a seventh victory from their last eight league games are effectively three wins away from taking the title but it could come earlier if they keep winning and second placed RB Leipzig stumble But Bayern’s immediate focus is likely on next Tuesday’s return leg at Real Madrid where they will hope to pull off an unlikely comeback from the 2-1 defeat in Munich Injured leading scorer Robert Lewandowski and international defender Mats Hummels will sit out again at the weekend in a bid to be ready for the second leg coach Carlo Ancelotti said “We have six days I think they can recover by then” he said Leipzig will make sure of securing a first Champions League berth if they beat Freiburg on Saturday although their opponents also have aspirations of a place in European club competition next season having moved up to sixth on the back of victories in their last two matches Hoffenheim are third one point above Dortmund and also looking to consolidate Champions League participation by beating Borussia Moenchengladbach on Saturday Dortmund’s ability to bounce back from the shock of the bus attack and the subsequent 3-2 loss to Monaco will be closely watched as they host Eintracht Frankfurt on Saturday One piece of positive news according to German media is the likelihood that coach Thomas Tuchel who has been linked to a bevy of clubs elsewhere in Europe is expected to sign a contract extension in the next days For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Updated: October 7 2016 8:08 pm Justice RM Lodha acknowledged that the BCCI would see a massive administrative void (Source: File) Top News A new Supreme Court appointed panel of administrators which will supersede the present BCCI office bearers is expected to take over Indian cricket on Thursday The apex court is likely to take this watershed decision at the hearing where the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is to give a progress report on implementing the Justice R M Lodha Committee’s recommendations WATCH VIDEO:Supreme Court Bars BCCI From Releasing Funds To State Associations: What It Means With the Board rejecting most of Lodha’s suggestions at its special general meeting in Mumbai last week the court will be left with no option but to clip the wings of BCCI’s high-profile officials putting a question mark over their future as cricket administrators On the eve of judgment day hoping for a last-minute relief BCCI president Anurag Thakur wanted one last meeting with the Lodha committee to explain the practical problems in implementing reforms READ:Judgment Day: We’re going by law of the land — Tamil Nadu Societies Act says AnuragThakur WATCH VIDEO: BCCI President Anurag Thakur On Conflict Of Interest Issues – Dec 2015 Interview “Our members said they want to go back to court and explain their difficulties Even the BCCI deserves justice isn’t it” he told The Indian Express But the plea didn’t cut any ice with the judges Justice Lodha told this paper “I don’t think anyone outside the court anyone can change the court’s order” Though cricket circles were abuzz with speculation about SC’s impending decision the writing seems to be on the wall: The BCCI is in for a complete overhaul Lodha added that his committee’s recommendations were non-negotiable “BCCI must understand that initially the SC formed our committee to suggest reforms which we complied with after a year-long exercise When we submitted the report on January 6 2016 they were merely recommendations But after that the court heard the BCCI who argued the matter and took all sorts of objections After the elaborate hearing SC pronounced its verdict and our report was merged with the SC verdict It got a seal of approval from the SC One may agree or may not agree but the judgment is binding and it should be respected” he said READ:Judgment Day: We have gone by what the court asked us to do says Justice RMLodha The BCCI on its part has agreed to some recommendations but three major ones — one-state-one-vote cooling-off period and three-year tenure — have not gone down well the majority of cricket officials This is because if the three administrative reforms are implemented almost the entire cricket officialdom would automatically get disqualified Lodha acknowledged that the BCCI would see a massive administrative void but said he isn’t worried that the game would suffer “It doesn’t happen there is a huge pool of talent available Nobody is indispensable Given a chance people will prove better Administration should not be confined to a few people They may even fail but it will be after they get an opportunity It is no rocket science” he said The BCCI meanwhile said that courts have been unfair to them “Recently there was a PIL filed in SC to bring transparency in the judicial system Was that accepted what was the outcome Every organisation needs transparency was that accepted by SC They said there has to be a change in the law as per the law of the land We are also dealing with the law of the land which is the TN Societies Act That’s why a three-fourth majority is needed to accept a reform; we can’t force members If members have any objections the court must listen or the Lodha committee must look into it” Thakur said For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Mumbai | Updated: September 12 2016 2:57 pm Indian selection committee headed by Sandeep Patil picked the last Indian cricket squad of its tenure (Express photo by Kevin d’Souza) Top News “The only sad thing about being aselector is that you end up losing some of your friends” saidSandeep Patil after the selection panel headed by him pickedthe last Indian cricket squad of its tenure Patil who was appointed the chairman of selectorsfollowing the sacking of Mohinder Amarnath in September 2012?my time. Some made people fight on Hindu-Muslim lines but none talked about the state’s development. All this weighed not with Justice Misra. See PIcs:?most successful captain and a hero for India and the world.

While no suicide note was found,kill it before it kills you, I asked if regional leaders were coming up in China as they are in India,” Arjun has been sharing some tweets since last night.the intelligence wing of the Punjab police and the Intelligence Bureau (IB) had conducted independent inquiries for the same which revealed the same thing. Khurmi was repeatedly shifted in various jails during his custody,” observed the bench,” Related News Reports of a rift between Salman Khan’s leading ladies and his now rumoured lover Iulia Vantur keep flying in every now and then. I sent him the MTCN, Mumbai: More than one lakh Mumbai University (MU) students are yet to find out what their exam results are.

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