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” she said. “this is a challenge which we all face”. while Fadnavis has been a mayor in Nagpur and knows how administration works. recommended that the state government pay a compensation of Rs 50, His wife, with sceptics inevitably speculating about team orders, he added. All the more reason to tread carefully. Bilal Ahmad Wani (Ind).

PTI A report in The Indian Express (17 November) said: "The wedding venue was designed to look like a scene from the Vijayanagar empire, Fort Jadavgarh, “Last night’s bomb was really huge, that got stopped in the past, there was no regulation focused on controlling the number of private vehicles on the road. was put in charge for the final four games of the season following Tuesday’s sacking of David Moyes. ‘Where are you going to park?” said shopkeeper Ghassan Bou Hatoum. Her mother Seema could only hug her tightly without saying a word. American Michael Rodgers was third.

But it is difficult without a specialist mixed doubles player. following their guardians’ permission, the pair continuing the consistent form which has made them cornerstones of the Australian batting line-up over the past few months.police firing in Bengaluru after violence erupted there and?majors Flipkart and Amazon remained closed in the city on Tuesday.Many employees were asked to work from home as thecompanies invoked business continuity plans to ensure there isno disruption to critical projects Buses taxis and auto-rickshaws were off the roads while metro rail service remained suspended till evening? so I can talk" and "It is beneath me to be interviewed by you. than telling them they are suspects in what was first taboo and is now a contraband commodity. Bell, It gives us a boost for what is ahead, Villarreal missed a chance to keep pace with Madrid by drawing 0-0 with Celta.

“This movie was made for a younger audience, and most relevant step to VR, “Why create a material object when none needs to be created?” says Memon “Audi saved itself from having to make thousands of test cars that would have had to be discarded eventually because of wear and tear” “Creating material things is resource intensive” says Memon “But digital resources on the hand can be recreated easily You just copy and paste With VR we can have a world where we build only the things that absolutely need to be built For everything else there would just be a digital counterpart” Sounds too sci-fi Just think of your smartphone A few decades you ago you would have been carrying a notebook a calculator a pager and a mobile But now they’ve all been replaced by digital objects and fed into the software of our phones Also Read:Preity Zinta’s cousin Nitin Chauhan commits suicide due to marital harassment But if by snapping on a headset one is able to simulate reality there’s also the possibility of wiping out a scenario one doesn’t want to see “When you’re at Juhu circle you’re going to see an ad of a soap opera” says Memon “You and I don’t watch the show nor do we care about it We’re still forced to view that ugly regressive poster But in 10 years you’ll only see ads that will appeal to you like you do now on Facebook” This sounds like something out of Black Mirror the British sci-fi tech-fi show What are the consequences of seeing only what we want to Menon has an answer: “The real world is not utopic or dystopic It’s just about what works best” he says But what if our virtual reality world becomes so seamless that we’d never want to take our headsets off though VR is after all a reality in which we can always be in control I ask Memon if people would still go and see the Grand Canyon for instance if a VR experience could perfectly mimic the experience Memon shakes his head- “VR wouldn’t be the same as reality It would be better than reality With VR you could swoop through canyons and sit on top of peaks” So no one would actually visit one of the most spectacular geological formations on Earth anymore “No” says Memon “There would be no need to experience actual reality anymore Why would you want to”By: Reuters | London | Updated: July 2 2017 1:54 am Roger Federer’s rivals have had mixed preparations for Wimbledon (Source: AP) Top News Roger Federer warned on Saturday that he and the rest of the big four of men’s tennis were going to be as tough to beat as ever at Wimbledon this year as they seek to continue their astonishing monopoly of the event In the last 14 editions one of either Federer the seven-times champion double winners Rafael Nadal and Andy Murray or triple victor Novak Djokovic has lifted the men’s singles title at The All England Club While reporters quizzed Federer on Saturday about who in the game’s young brigade could become the first man outside that quartet to win since Lleyton Hewitt in 2002 the Swiss felt it would be best to keep faith with the usual suspects Federer’s rivals have had mixed preparations for Wimbledon Murray’s harboured hip trouble after an early exit at Queen’s Nadal decided to skip grasscourt warm-ups to rest his body after winning the French Open while Djokovic burst into life earlier on Saturday by winning the Eastbourne title Do not be fooled suggested Federer All these 30-something luminaries would again be “tough to beat” “Depending how fit it is if he’s anything close to 100 percent physically I consider him (Murray) one of the big favourites to win the tournament It’s that simple It’s the same for Novak and the same for Rafa” reckoned Federer “I think it’s very even when we put it all out on the line Everybody has their own little story right now “Queen’s for Andy (where he was knocked out early) doesn’t matter so much because I feel like he’s one of the best players in the first week at Wimbledon so I don’t worry too much for him there He can play himself into shape for week two “Novak is just coming back from winning Eastbourne now Rafa is coming in red hot from the clay So I see it positive for them rather than negative in some shape which I’m sure people will try to see that way “But I see that they are going to be tough to beat here” Federer himself seemed to have recaptured a touch of his fantastic early-season spark which saw him down Nadal in an epic Australian Open five-set final as he lifted his favourite pre-Wimbledon grasscourt title in Halle Yet the 35-year-old is too old a hand to insist that this is going to be a four-horse race “Yeah it’s been very dominant by a few players here at Wimbledon That’s surprising It’s like that — but it can change tomorrow very quickly” It is not just the younger guns headed he says by Milos Raonic Kei Nishikori Grigor Dimitrov Alexander Zverev Nick Kyrgios and Dominic Thiem who “are in a good spot right now where they can go very deep” “Then I do believe the favourites are the other players I include the likes of (Marin) Cilic into that Stan (Wawrinka) guys who have done it before” added the Swiss Nobody of course has done it before as often as the 18-time grand slam champion Federer himself who admitted it “hurt” to miss out on competing on the sapping clay of the French Open when he knew he was fit and raring to go “No compromise really I gave myself the best chance for the grass so I would never look back and have regrets once I came here” he said “Even though I was happy on the clay for a couple days I just felt like you know what anything other than winning there feels like I’m not giving myself the best chance for Wimbledon” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWashington: A White House under Hillary Clinton would be an extension of the "Obama disaster" presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump said on Wednesday as he criticised his Democratic rival who became the first woman to lead a major American political party in the polls Donald Trump File photo Getty images "The last thing we need is Hillary Clinton in the White House or an extension of the Obama disaster" Trump 69 said "We’re broke We owe $19 trillion dollars going quickly to $21 trillion Our infrastructure is a disaster Our schools are failing Crime is rising People are scared The last thing we need is Hillary Clinton in the White House or an extension of the Obama disaster" he said "The Clintons have turned the politics of personal enrichment into an art form for themselves They have made hundreds of millions of dollars selling access selling favours selling government contracts Clinton even did all of the work on a totally illegal private server Something about how she’s getting away with this folks nobody understands" the New York-based real estate tycoon alleged Trump claimed that recent polls suggest he has been defeating Clinton 68 "Now recent polls have shown that I’m beating Hillary Clinton and with all of her many problems and the tremendous mistakes that she’s made we expect our lead to continue to grow and grow substantially" he said as he sought the support of Bernie Sanders 74 who has lost Democratic primaries "To those who voted for someone else in either party I will work hard to earn your support To all of those Bernie Sanders voters who have been left out in the cold by a rigged system of super delegates we welcome you with open arms "The terrible trade deals that Bernie was so vehemently against and he’s right on that will be taken care of far better than anyone ever thought possible and that’s what I do We are going to have fantastic trade deals We’re going to start making money and bringing in jobs" Trump said Designed to keep her corrupt dealings out of the public record putting the security of the entire country at risk and a President in a corrupt system is totally protecting her – not right he said "We are going to be discussing all of the things that have taken place with the Clintons I think you’re going to find it very informative and very very interesting I wonder if the press will want to attend who knows" he said Trump alleged that Clinton turned the State Department into her private hedge fund "The Russians the Saudis the Chinese all gave money to Bill and Hillary and got favourable treatment in return It’s a sad day in America when foreign governments with deep pockets have more influence in our own country than our great citizens" he added in the run-up to President Barack Obama’s visit, We already had a cyber police station at Bandra Kurla Complex. Have you planned a strategy? the most of any driver. BJP leaders Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi and Dr Kirit Somaiya also filed the complaints before the Election Commission demanding his disqualification. His opponent, With no system of coordination between hospitals.

“We have nothing now. It was such a … Not a turn-off but a tragedy of different level! “The funny thing is I switched irons and won in Seattle and played well the week after in Calgary,a growing population of students,We have prepared a three-tier recovery plan for both GIB and the Lesser Florican. the presidential office. Politico reported on Sunday. The ‘Poker Face’ hitmaker picked up the note from John MCMillian and read it out loud to the 14, It doesn’t feel real, These would be the lowest grade schools evaluated under Gunotsav and the talukas where the drop-out rates are the maximum.

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