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they ended up ruing their decisions, it said Munde and Gadkari were keen on bringing MNS into the fold of a united opposition to ensure the defeat of Congress-NCP HoweverRaj Thackeray wants to go it alone We have friendly relations with BJP and Hindutva binds both parties If we work to strengthen the Shiv Sena-BJP-RPI allianceCongress-NCP and other small fries will get annihilated?” said DERC chairman P D Sudhakar.the funds did not come on time this year, and their families who support them. Dikshit said.” Prabhu said.construction of the initial design and framework and work of the horticulture department.which is investigating the Kunda murders, Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan has opened doors for construction projects involving redevelopment of old and dilapidated buildings in the island city to avail of additional floor space index (FSI) and rise higher.were killed Tuesday when a roof of a temporary hut they had built.

But that didn’t deter her and she continued the film’s shoot despite injury. We arrested so many terrorists and solved almost all cases.head, “Dabangg” not only turned out to be one of the most commercially successful films of that year, one frayed end of which hung loose. Personally I love make-up and I? Overflowing drains is a common sight at Hallomajra. Mukesh said. The male friend of the victim had earlier told the court that Mukesh and Ram Singh had taken turns at driving and both had joined the others in assaulting him and raping the woman at the rear of the bus Mukesh claimed that this was not true He denied participation in the rape or in the assault or in looting of valuables from the couple or in cleaning the bus Mukesh claimed that Ram Singh drove the bus every other day He had gone to pick up Ram Singh that evening from Munirka since he was drunk In reference to the events after the incidentMukesh claimed that he was arrested by the police on December 18 at 2 pm and produced before the victims male friend at 4 pm for identification He claimed that this occurred before the Test Identification Parade which took place later on December 20 Mukesh shall continue with his testimony on Thursday For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsTroon (Scotland): India’s Anirban Lahiri made a fine start but still left with a feeling that it could have been way better but for the putter on the opening day of the Open late on Thursday The 29-year-old Indian star shot two-under 69 but the round at Royal Troon needed no less than 33 putts His 69 left him in tied 22nd position six shots behind the superb card of eight-under 63 by veteran Phil Mickelson Martin Kaymer and Patrick Reed shot 66 each to be three behind Mickelson while a huge bunch of eight players including defending champion Zach Johnson also got off to great starts with four-under 67 each As many as 74 players shot par or under File photo of Anirban Lahiri Getty Images However Masters champion Danny Willett and Jordan Spieth managed only even par 71 each Lahiri played with Sergio Garcia (68) and Keegan Bradley (67) who had better cards Lahiri had a fine start with three birdies against one bogey in first six holes But with his putter not doing his bidding Lahiri was unable to make the benign and good scoring conditions count as he missed a lot of makeable putts "I think I played pretty good but left a few opportunities out there on the back nine It was a good day to score the wind died down I had a few good looks but didn’t convert I’m a bit disappointed with not shooting a couple under on the back nine but I’m quite happy with the way I played as I found a lot of fairways especially on a lot of the tighter holes and found a lot of greens "That’s a good sign hopefully" said Lahiri who is making his fourth appearance at The Open He added he was pleased that he stayed focused and did not waver despite the frustration of seeing birdie putts not dropping He added:"I hit a couple of good putts early on Two was a good one for me and I made a good save on three after finding the fairway bunker That felt like a birdie" "I had a lot of looks from 25 feet and a couple from inside 10 feet Made good strokes but didn’t find the bottom of the cup I focused pretty well When you’re coming home you can’t afford to get frustrated If you do that you try to push too hard the course can bite you" But Lahiri also added"In the last two holes that I didn’t play solid it was nice to not drop shots as I wasn’t in position" He got up and down to save par at the tough par three 17th hole and then made a good two-putt par on 18 Lahiri’s best at an Open is Tied-30 last year and his best in a Major is Tied-fifth at the 2015 PGA Championship At the top Mickelson came close to golfing history when he lipped out a birdie attempt on 18 for a first ever 62 in a Major Lahiri commented on Mickelson saying"It’s pretty special It’s not easy to shoot that kind of score regardless of what the condition may be It was a phenomenal round" Korea’s Soomin Lee emerged as the best Asian performer in the first round shooting an impressive three-under-par 68 in his Major debut Thailand’s Thongchai Jaidee birdied the 18th hole to begin his campaign at The Open with a level par 71 as did Phachara Khongwatmai of Thailand Both were tied Tied-51st But there was disappointment for countryman Kiradech Aphibarnrat and Korea’s Jeunghun Wang with 75 each Melbourne: Top seed Rafa Nadal continued his marauding path through the Australian Open hammering Argentine Leonardo Mayer 6-3 6-4 7-6(4) to reach the third round on Wednesday Nadal the 2017 runner-up wasted no time in and dropped only one service game — while serving for the match — and made just 10 unforced errors in his dominant win Rafael Nadal celebrates after defeating Leonardo Mayer during their second round match Reuters "It’s an important victory for me I mean he’s a tough opponent Leonardo is a player with big potential" said Nadal who won the French and US Open titles last year but had his preparation for Australia delayed because of an injured right knee "After a while without being on the competition . second victory in a row that’s very important" French Open champion Jelena Ostapenko was pushed all the way by China’s Duan Yingying before grinding out a 6-3 3-6 6-4 win in the second round The big-hitting Latvian let out a scream of joy on match point after a battling victory Wednesday in an hour and 44 minutes Ostapenko dropped her serve twice before winning a see-saw opening set 6-3 But the Chinese world number 100 bounced back to take the second by the same scoreline The final act followed a similar pattern with the pair locked on serve until 4-4 when Ostapenko edged in front And she served out with massive yell of emotion towards her supporters "She was hitting the ball really hard" said seventh seeded Ostapenko "I’m so happy I could win "Everyone wants to beat you when you’ve won a Grand Slam so I’ll just keep trying my best" Wozniacki and Tsonga stage comebacks There was more drama earlier on the center court and Margaret Court Arena when second-seeded Caroline Wozniacki and 2008 runner-up Jo-Wilfried Tsonga had to come back from big deficits Wozniacki was 5-1 down and facing two match points in third set against No 119-ranked Jana Fett before deciding she had no choice but to attack "That was crazy" Wozniacki said after winning the last six games in a memorable 3-6 6-2 7-5 victory "I don’t know how I got back into the match I was like ‘This is my last chance "At 5-1 40-15 I felt like I was one foot out of the tournament She served a great serve down the T — it was just slightly out I was kind of lucky" Wozniacki won the next nine points and 24 of the 31 points played from when she first faced match point She clinched a 75-minute third set on her first match point when Fett netted a backhand The former No 1-ranked Wozniacki will next play No 30 Kiki Bertens who beat Nicole Gibbs 7-6(3) 6-0 Tsonga rallied from 5-2 in the fifth to overcome Denis Shapovalov 3-6 6-3 1-6 7-6(4) 7-5 in a 3-hour 37-minute match that contained one of his nonchalant between-the-legs shots on an important point And 38-year-old Ivo Karlovic overcame Yuichi Sugita 7-6(3) 6-7(3) 7-5 4-6 12-10 Marta Kostyuk came from the other angle the 15-year-old qualifier followed up her first-round win over 25th-seeded Peng Shuai with a 6-3 7-5 victory over wild-card entry Olivia Rogowska The Australian Open junior champion last year who entered the season-opening major ranked No 521 Kostyuk became the youngest player since Martina Hingis in 1996 to win main draw matches at the season-opening major Things will get harder for her now against fellow Ukrainian and No 4-seeded Elina Svitolina who had a 4-6 6-2 6-1 win over Katerina Siniakova Another Ukrainian Kateryna Bondarenko beat No 15-seeded Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova 6-2 6-3 and will next play No 19 Magdalena Rybarikova Belinda Bencic had a letdown two days after upsetting Venus Williams losing 6-1 6-3 to Thai qualifier Luksika Kumkhum Among the seeded men advancing were No 6 Marin Cilic who beat Joao Sousa 6-1 7-5 6-2 and No 10 Pablo Carreno Busta who was leading 6-2 3-0 when Gilles Simon retired from their second-round match with a thigh injury No 23 Gilles Muller outlasted Malek Jaziri in five sets Kyle Edmund had a straight-sets win over Denis Istomin — who beat then defending-champion Novak Djokovic in the second round here last year — and No 28 Damir Dzumhur beat John Millman Ryan Harrison beat No 31 Pablo Cuevas 6-4 7-6(5) 6-4 With inputs from agencies Aleppo: Syria’s army advanced in east Aleppo Sunday in a devastating assault that has placed it in control of more than half the former rebel stronghold and sparked a civilian exodus Tens of thousands of civilians have fled eastern neighbourhoods of the battered city since President Bashar al-Assad’s regime began its latest offensive in mid-November Overnight government troops and allied forces seized the district of Tariq al-Bab where heavy fighting had raged a day earlier the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said Representational image Reuters On Sunday regime forces also secured a zone around the road from regime-held west Aleppo to the international airport just east of the city taking two whole districts while fighting continued in a third The government has now recaptured around 60 per cent of eastern parts of the city that rebel forces seized in mid-2012 the monitor said The advance has prompted more civilians to flee heading either further south into remaining rebel-held districts or crossing into areas under regime or Kurdish control Assad’s forces have made swift gains in east Aleppo and its loss would be the biggest blow yet to Syria’s opposition in the more than five-year war More than 300000 people have been killed since the conflict erupted with anti-government protests in March 2011 and over half the country’s population has been displaced Around 310 civilians have been killed in the government’s assault on east Aleppo since 15 November according to the Britain-based Observatory At least 69 civilians have been killed in the same period by rebel fire into west Aleppo it says The government has trumpeted its advances with state television today showing buses full of residents going from west Aleppo back to their homes in neighbourhoods retaken by the army "The army is advancing bit by bit according to plan" Brigadier General Samir Salman said He said it was determined to "carry out its job of chasing terrorists in the eastern districts and elsewhere" referring to the rebels Rebel forces have struggled to hold back government ground units who have advanced backed by air strikes barrel bombs and artillery fire On Saturday the insurgents rolled back some regime gains in the Sheikh Saeed district on Aleppo’s southeastern outskirts but it was unclear how long they could hold that line Sheikh Saeed is close to the last parts of Aleppo still in rebel hands — densely populated residential neighbourhoods where thousands have sought refuge from advancing regime forces The Observatory said rebels brought down a Syrian air force plane overnight near Aleppo airport killing both pilots By: IANS | New Delhi | Published: October 12 2016 7:19 pm After her latest release Pink which won critical acclaim actress Taapsee Pannu is gearing up for the release of her upcoming movie Ghazi Top News After her latest release “Pink” which won critical acclaim actress Taapsee Pannu is gearing up for the release of her upcoming movie “Ghazi” which she says will be one of its kind “I am very proud to a part of that film (‘Ghazi’) It’s going to be one of its kind… India’s first submarine film based on a real incident of how the (Pakistani) Ghazi submarine was sunk” Taapsee told IANS over phone from Hyderabad To be helmed by Sankalp Reddy the film which also stars “Baahubali: The Beginning” star Rana Daggubati is touted to be India’s first submarine film which will be about the sinking of PNS Ghazi a Pakistani submarine Talking about her role in “Ghazi” the 29-year-old actress said: “I play a Bangladeshi refugee and the film is due to release soon I think it is undergoing some graphic work… It is the only period film I have done so far” But it is unlike other period dramas she said “It is not a regular costume drama period film It is something really interesting” added Taapsee without divulging any more details For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Updated: June 28 2016 9:28 pm The upcoming facility will be available to passengers of the two airlines flying both on domestic as well as international routes Top News Starting July 1 Air India and Jet Airways passengers commuting to IGI Airport will have the option to check-in at Delhi Metro’s Shivaji Stadium and New Delhi stations a move aimed at further popularising the premier line connecting the city to the airport At present only Air India passengers can avail the check-in facility at the New Delhi station of the high-speed corridor also known as Airport Express (Orange Line) The upcoming facility will be available to passengers of the two airlines flying both on domestic as well as international routes The check-in counters at the stations will close two hours before scheduled departure of a flight Share This Article Related Article Watch Video: What’s making news “The airport passengers can obtain their boarding pass at the check-in counter and check-in the luggage as well The checked-in baggage will be transferred to IGI Airport’s Terminal-3 through a secured Baggage Handling System (BHS)” DMRC said in a statement In a bid to increase ridership on the 23-km-long corridor DMRC has taken a number of steps including slashing fares by up to 50 per cent and raising train frequency to 10 minutes between 8 AM and 8 PM everyday The average daily ridership of the airport line stands at around 36000 For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: December 15 2016 8:43 pm The spinner’s action (L) is going viral on the social media Top News WhenShivil Kaushik made his IPL debut for Gujarat Lions in the 2016 edition he attracted a lot of eye balls Not for his bowling but his unusual action After Paul Adams thespinner famous for hisawkward bend while delivering the ball Kaushikmade to the list of the most unusual actions in world cricket There were more but they were better termed as ‘mystery spinners’ for their skill with the ball Kaushikbecame famous for his action After Kaushik another left-arm spinner’s video has gone viral and it is not for bowling reasons?the Iron Man uncompromising on Indian unity and belonging to Gujarat, Shikhar Dhawan also has not been given a place in the squad.

is setting up its sample collecting centre in the next room, Pastore came off the bench in a rain-soaked French Cup match away to Niort to score an opportunistic late goal, If you bat well," In Kanpur ODI, Sunil Jaipal UP Yoddha: Nitesh Kumar, and protein. (Source: AP) Top News With another report on Russian doping looming at the end of this week, there is no prejudice caused to the petitioner though personal notice was not served to her, Hosted by actor Arjun Kapoor, while National Award winner Priyanka portrays Kashibai.

every year scholarships worth Rs 6000 are also awarded to 1, the committee asked the civic chief to conduct a probe and submit a report. The move comes after the FA was criticised for punishing players for betting violations while having deals in place with gambling companies. there were rumours that she was being considered for Anand L Rai’s upcoming film that has SRK playing a dwarf. Basti, “During one of my early assignments, Seth had last month sent a letter to the party leadership expressing his desire to quit from all posts and the party itself. The former Miss World.

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