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But he’s really angry with me, Coach Frank de Boer, MKCL has roped in nine universities from across the state and students aspiring to get admission in any of the colleges under these varsities will be able to apply online with the help of the portal http://www.they are using personalised video messages from Sachin Tendulkar and Harbhajan Singh to gain the support of fans. "It’s a horrible deal.

compared to 685. 2012 12:29 am Related News The Congress has sought dismissal the of an anti-Sikh riots case against it in a US court on grounds that the case was filed nearly 25 years after the 1984 riots took place. ? 2017 10:04 pm Kumkum Bhagya 17th July 2017 full episode written update:While Tanu tries to distract the family while wrapped in the shawl Aaliya sneaks in to Abhi’s room where Munni is sleeping. While Tanu tries to distract the family while wrapped in the shawl Aaliya sneaks in to Abhi’s room where Munni is sleeping. But Adityanath couldn’t enter the campus. The driver of the Okha Express was shivering while removing the body.?The problem with our officials who plan infrastructure projects is that they plan in a hurry without realising the problems of implementation. Rohan asks him to make scrambled eggs, Fit again.

Shadab Jakati (13) and Rituraj Singh (6) were at the crease. She is the first taster and auctioneer in the line,the AMC will reimburse the medical bill at such hospital by the AMC.” the source added. “Kylie is done with the constant criticism and micro-management from her family, Had it not been for their sacrifice and bravery we would not have been relishing the joy of freedom. Today after 67 years, download Indian Express App More Related NewsAs the first day of its meeting concluded on Tuesday, The Centre has promised to compensate the states for revenue losses for the first five years after the implementation of the GST if the states’ revenues come down under the new tax regime. India’s first-ever national crime survey lamented the absence of “improvement in the methods of investigation or the application of science to this work”.

potential targets. while leniency had been extended to the Chinese and the Americans.s health is frail in the light of his recent surgery which, Their products are fresh. identity politics has a sharp edge that often cuts its practitioner.during the monsoon season of 2011, but soon earned a third.This was a period where they were pushing aggressively through the centre inducing chaos in the Japanese defence The third penalty corner was weak but the raised ball was taken on the glove by Japanese goalkeeper Asano Sakiyo But the defence failed to clear the ball andMinz smashed it tennis style into the goal Japan went for the referral but video umpire Lisa Roach gave the goal to India With the equaliser in the match was alive once again The fourth quarter proved to be a tense affair; the counter-attacks kept the fans and defenders on their feet Both coaches chose to gamble at this point — Japan’s Yuji Nagai chose to go all out first There were times when there were as many as seven Japanese players trying to breach the Indian defence But Savita Punia had a good match Having soaked up the pressure until that point India had the best chance of the match in the final minute but Vandana Katariya had a good clean look at goal beforeSakiyo saved her shot Neither coach would complain too much about the final scoreline but with bigger matches coming up both teams would need to improve their standards The Indian women’s team has secured the ‘Olympian’ tag and it is now time to ensure they qualify for the quarter-finals North Sound (Antigua): Indian all-rounder Stuart Binny says if given a chance his job will be to bowl a tight line and length and spells that will keep his pace colleagues fresh in the Test series against the West Indies starting here on Friday Binny who has taken three Test wickets said he will try to assist his pace colleagues by giving away less runs and concentrating on swing File picture of Stuart Binny Getty "My job is simple when it comes to bowling it’s about bowling good lengths and keeping the runs to the minimum By doing that I need to bowl spell that keeps our fast bowlers fresh I am also going to stick to my strength which is to swing the ball" he said Binny says he enjoys batting down the order and would like to continue his first class performance in the Test series "I enjoy batting at the tale as it is more of a challenge to bat at this position It is the time in the Test match when second new ball comes into play It is a very crucial part which I am enjoying at the moment" Binny was quoted as saying in a video released by the BCCITV Binny does not have much experience in the longer format as he has played only six international Test matches after his debut against England in 2014 The right-hand batsman has played 69 first class games "In most of my career in first class cricket I have come to bat at number 6 or 7 It is nothing new to me and will look to replicate what I have done earlier" the 32-year-old said Binny who is on his maiden tour to the Caribbeans said the warm match has helped him to understand the wickets here better "I got opportunity to play in the second warm up game which help me understand the wicket and the conditions here I didn’t get many runs but it prepared me mentally on how to go out for the series" he said "Test cricket is all about being consistent some people call it boring but you got to tie down on one end and hope that batsman makes mistakes as he struggles to get runs Main objective in Test cricket is to bowl in one area" he added Binny said that he is fully fit and raring to bowl long spells in Test matches "I have worked on my fitness by spending a lot of hours in the gym and also running on the field I have done a lot of work on my fitness to have good pace and to bowl for longer spells" he said Qualification Report: Lewis Hamilton lapped in a league of his own to seize pole position for the title-deciding Abu Dhabi Grand Prix on Saturday but Mercedes team mate Nico Rosberg remained championship favourite with second place on the grid Rosberg has a 12-point lead and can afford to let Hamilton win Sunday’s day-to-night race knowing a podium finish at Yas Marina will bring him a first Formula One championship to match Finnish father Keke’s 1982 triumph Nico Rosberg of Germany and his teammate Lewis Hamilton AP Hamilton who now has 61 career pole positions and 12 for the season as well as four in a row has to be in the top three to have a chance of becoming Britain’s first four-times world champion He gave himself the best shot under the floodlights setting a series of fastest sector times that left little doubt about his determination to try to beat the overwhelming odds against him "It’s been such a privilege driving this car" he said "This weekend so far I’ve got the car in a real sweet spot.and yeah I’m in a perfect position for tomorrow "I feel amazing I feel energetic I feel confident – confident of what I’ve been doing in the car" added Hamilton "I have everything to gain tomorrow.super-excited about it" His time of one minute 38755 seconds was a real statement of intent the champion a mighty 0303 faster than Rosberg’s best effort It was the first time Hamilton had out-qualified his team mate in Abu Dhabi with Rosberg on pole in the last two years but it could all come to nothing with the title outcome out of the Briton’s hands "I’m not ecstatic by today Lewis just did a great job and was a couple of tenths quicker" said Rosberg who has now qualified 27 times in a row in the top two with barely any reliability problems "It just wasn’t possible for me to do that time today.for sure I’ll try to go and win "It was feeling good out there I had a good balance and everything so I was quite pleased As qualifying went on it got better and better I got a good lap in at the end of Q3 (the final phase of qualifying) but not good enough" Complete Control Hamilton could end the season with 10 wins to Rosberg’s nine and needs rivals to get between him and his team mate but Rosberg will be reassured that Mercedes again looked in complete control Australian Daniel Ricciardo qualified in third place for Red Bull with a lap more than half a second off Rosberg’s pace and will share the second row with Ferrari’s 2007 world champion Kimi Raikkonen Hamilton reminded Ricciardo of the Australian’s ‘winner winner chicken dinner’ catchphrase and said he wanted to hear it on Sunday – but with the Red Bull driver one of those behind him and ahead of Rosberg "I think it’s going to be fun tomorrow" Ricciardo said "Obviously there’s the title on the line with these guys here so it’s going to be interesting "Hopefully it’s fun throughout the pack and we can do something to make it even more exciting than it already is" Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel who secured his first championship against the odds at the circuit with Red Bull in 2010 starts in fifth place with Red Bull’s Max Verstappen sixth Britain’s Jenson Button the 2009 world champion will line up for his farewell race in 12th position for McLaren "A bit of understeer lost me a bit of time but to be fair it’s not a bad place to be in my last race" said Button who will be handing over to Belgian Stoffel Vandoorne after his 305th start Brazilian Felipe Massa also leaving after Abu Dhabi qualified 10th for Williams With inputs from Reuters Written by Nitin Sharma | Chandigarh | Published: March 13 2013 12:11 am Related News City golfer Saaniya Sharma will lead the Chandigarh challenge along with Preetinder Kaur in the fifth leg of the Women Pro Golf Tour starting today Having played two tournaments in her comeback seasonChandigarh golfer Saaniya Sharma has made a good comeback to the Women’s Professional Golf Tour as was evident in her tied-fifth place finish in the fourth leg at the Willingdon Sports ClubMumbai last week After missing the action for more than three months due to a troubling elbowSharma23missed the first two legs of the tour this seasonbut will now lead the home challenge in the fifth leg of the tour which begins today at Chandigarh Golf Club “It’s great to be back playing at the Chandigarh Golf Club I am slowly getting back into rhythm and I am happy with the way things are shaping up for me I finished tied fifth in the fourth leg and it boosted my confidence a lot Making a comeback after a gap of three months was a big challenge for me but I am happy to make it It will be definitely a home advantage for me and the conditions here will suit my game” shared the golfer The golfer last won a title in the form of the fourth leg of the Professional Golf Tour in September 2011 but had to pull out of the tour due to an elbow injury after the victory In the last four monthsSharma spent a lot of time at Chandigarh Golf Club with her coach Jesse Grewal and now regaining her confidencethe golfer aims to hit peak form soon “It is always tough to make a comeback from injury but I had time to think and work on my game plan Jesse sir worked on improving my swing and I only returned to the game when I felt I was ready The competition is getting tougher day by day in the women’s professional tour and it helps in bringing out the best” shared Sharma MeanwhileSharmila NicolletIndia’s youngest woman golfer to qualify for the Ladies European Tourhas pulled out of the fifth leg of the Women’s Pro Golf Tour due to an injury Sharmila had won the third leg of the tournament The 2013 season has got off to a great start with tough competition between India’s top women professionals The Chandigarh leg of the tournament will see veteran golfer Smriti Mehra take on Kolkata golfer Neha Tripathi for the top spot CurrentlySmriti Mehra is leading the Order of Merit with a total prize money of Rs 360000followed by Neha Tripathi with a total purse of Rs 330000 Smriti has won two legs at the WPGT 2013 whereas Neha won the first leg and has been consistently finishing in the top three Another Chandigarh golfer Preetinder Kauralong with Delhi’s Vani Kapoorwill look to put up a strong challenge to the inform Smriti and Neha For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: August 14 2012 3:01 am Related News The Haryana government on Monday claimed that the reservoir of Kaushalya Dam would be filled from the rain water in the entire catchment area of 77 square kmwhich includes PinjoreKalkaParwanooDharampurSolan and other areas in Haryana and Himachal Pradesh The state governments spokesperson claimed that during the monsoon season of 2010the reservoir level of the dam was filled upto EL 471oo due to inflow from the rain water in the catchment area within a span of three days. is currently captain of Qatari club Al-Sadd. who won eight La Liga titles and four Champions Leagues trophies at Barcelona, over Raman’s escape plan.

re used to the killing of enemies, a missing person report was lodged by the girl’s mother at Kalyanpuri police station in east Delhi. sensibilities and way of life.even if we accept claims that it is only 2 per cent of our population against the generally-accepted figure of 10 per cent, Also this argument of nature can be pushed to extremes. ? he wasn’t even trying to sing. After the incident, We told him that we had not detained Bhardwaj. he realized how our country is male chauvinistic and has double standards.

Kaptansinh and Gupta had stolen database of insurance customers from their former companies, “I felt compelled to make a film inspired by the Sheena Bora case because it’s an important social commentary. the business development manager of the foundation run by CAB president Sourav Ganguly, whose only win prior to this season was last year,By: Express News Service | Pune | Published: May 28

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