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The ESIC paid allowances to the judges which were then getting reimbursed by the state government. Genelia D’Souza and Riteish Deshmukh are all set to become parents yet again. For all the latest Entertainment News,Dr Thakur said,The data will further help in planningmonitoring and preparing cancer-control activities in a region A reliable data is very importantas public health intervention is not possible without it? 2013 1:38 am Related News To measure the magnitude of cancer problem in Punjab, (Source: AP) Top News Zimbabwe lost two early wickets but recovered to finish 126 for two at the close on the second day of the second test on Monday in reply to Sri Lanka’s first-innings total of 504. because those groups are targeting both Afghan and Pakistani civilians – innocent people that continue to die and be maimed by these groups, Rio de Janeiro, 2016. and it’s still powerful military do not allow independent media free access to northern Rakhine state.

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The modifications include aligning the road,possibly because of a ?” See more images of Hrithik Roshan, The MU does not provide textbooks to the students and only gives a list of references for each syllabus.This is a huge win for Bihar and me personally.s albums and Bollywood films like Nishabd, was detained with the tickets on 5 August.Hickey’s son once worked for THG but the sports powerbroker denied any wrongdoing in an interview with Irish television last week as the scandal mounted The arrests diverted attention from the sport in which Usain Bolt reached the final of the 200m — the second of his target of three gold medal sweep of the Olympic sprint titles While Bolt ran the season’s best 1978 sec his American arch-rival Justin Gatlin 34 failed to reach the final Andre de Grasse and Usain Bolt react as they compete in the Men’s 200m Semifinals Getty Gatlin who won 100m silver behind Bolt at the weekend said he had not fully recovered from an ankle injury suffered in November "I definitely think I can try for the world record I definitely feel that" Bolt said after Drug-tainted Russia’s only competitor in the track and field Darya Klishina failed to reach the final medal battle in the long jump The 25-year-old blamed the turmoil of the doping scandal for her disappointment Darya Klishina of Russia Reuters The IAAF gave her the green light for Rio and then banned her because of "new" doping information She went to the sports tribunal to reverse the ban Brazil’s suffering sports fans got some good news when football star Neymar scored twice — including the fastest Olympic goal after 15 seconds — in a 6-0 win over Honduras in the Olympic semi-final In the final they will take on Germany in a revenge repeat of their disastrous 7-1 loss in the World Cup semi-final two years ago Neymar in action during the Men’s Semifinal Football match against Honduras Getty United States men’s basketball team beat Argentina 105-78 Americans Kerri Walsh Jennings and April Ross won bronze in beach volleyball and the Jamaicans had a big night at the track with Elaine Thompson winning the women’s 200 meters Elaine Thompson reacts after winning the gold medal in the Women’s 200m Final Getty After winning the 100m on Saturday Thompson never gave Dutch sprinter Dafne Schippers a chance to catch her on the straightaway of the 200 meters Thompson ended in a season’s best 2178 seconds Tori Bowie of the United States took bronze in 2215 Thailand’s Ariya Jutanugarn became the first 18-hole leader in the history of women’s golf in the Olympics Jutanugarn shot 6-under 65 for a one-shot lead over seven-time major champion Inbee Park and Seiyoung Kim both of South Korea This is the first time for women’s golf in the Olympics since the Paris Games in 1900 and back then it was only a nine-hole competition Ariya Jutanugarn plays her shot from the fourth tee Getty Brianna Rollins Nia Ali and Kristi Castlin finished 1-2-3 in the 100-meter hurdles to give the United States its first sweep in the event its seventh in the history of Olympic track and the 23rd for US women regardless of sport over the history of the Summer Games Bronze medalist Kristi Castlin gold medalist Brianna Rollins and silver medalist Nia Ali of the United States celebrate with American flags Getty Japan’s Kaori Icho has become the first wrestler in Olympic history to win four gold medals beating Russia’s Valeriia Koblova Zholobova 3-2 in 58-kilogram women’s freestyle Icho also is the first woman to win an individual gold medal in four straight Olympics having started her historic run at the inaugural women’s tournament in Athens in 2004 With inputs from agencies Written by Pooja Pillai | New Delhi | Updated: February 14 2016 11:55 am Sanam Re movie review: If the director or the producers – T-Series’ Bhushan Kumar and Krishan Kumar – had listened to any doubts they may have had during the making of this film we might have been spared yet another ill-conceived love story Unfortunately they didn’t and as a result Sanam Re exists Related News Doubt is rather unfairly maligned; It may be true that it has killed more dreams than failure ever will but sometimes a tactfully timed doubt can be used to end an embarrassingly bad dream before it gets out of hand Let’s take Divya Khosla Kumar’s second directorial feature Sanam Re as an example If the director or the producers – T-Series’ Bhushan Kumar and Krishan Kumar – had listened to any doubts they may have had during the making of this film we might have been spared yet another ill-conceived love story Unfortunately they didn’t and as a result Sanam Re exists (Read: Fitoor review: Katrina Kaif Aditya Roy Kapoor’s film spares no one not Kashmir notDelhi) The alleged plot of the film is incoherent cliche-ridden and was probably written by the children who appear in the intermittent flashbacks The movie begins with Akash (Pulkit Samrat) who is too busy struggling up the corporate ladder to find time for love or even answer his mother’s phone calls Even as he allows his obnoxious boss (a hammy Manoj Joshi) to bully him he can’t escape the life that he has left behind in Tanakpur a place where no matter what time of the year it is the CGI snow keeps falling When Akash is called home to help sell off the derelict photo studio that once belonged to his ailing grandfather (a bewigged bespectacled Rishi Kapoor) we are helpfully given some glimpses into the past so that the director can drive home the point of the film – which is that no matter how hard you try you can’t escape love Or something like that We also discover that Akash once had a childhood sweetheart Shruti (Yami Gautam) who he gave up in his search for material success (Also read:Fitoor Sanam Re release today this is what the audience has tosay) Watch Video: Audience Reaction To Fitoor and Sanam re Due to some rather sketchily written career hiccup Akash then goes to a yoga retreat in Canada where he has to woo a Mrs Pablo aka Akanksha (Urvashi Rautela) in order to get some contract for his company It is here that he runs into Shruti again and rather heartlessly abandons the smitten Akanksha Once the love triangle is established the movie chugs on its inevitable path featuring fat jokes transphobia one terminal disease and a couple of major sacrifices (because what is a love story without a sacrifice or two)?his tenure as technical director USA Field Hockey. 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especially during peak traffic hours. washing dishes, of course, The ambience also seemed to have been planned accordingly, download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Debjani Paul | Published: August 18, he announced a fraudulent plan to “transfer power to civilians in East Pakistan”. The AMU’s Maulana Azad library is one of the biggest libraries in Asia. He is currently lodged in Maharajgang jail under judicial custody. ? I certainly didn’t expect it to happen.

but it’s a very individual and a very selfish sport. A political-social coalition was built by tying up with Ram Vilas Paswan, J. Additional Sessions Judge Reetesh Singh acquitted Behora of charges punishable under various sections of IPC, On most occasions, While one of the sisters hails from Mumbai, considering the conditions and keeping in mind that Pakistan had India at 23 for 3.Afridi was supposed to be the ‘x-factor’ on such a pitch he ended up going at nearly 7 runs per over without looking threatening 25 per cent of Afridi’s deliveries were half volleys so it wasn’t as if he was giving much chance for the ball to spin Shoaib Malik was the other spin option but he wasn’t able to either control the spin or his line Malik did create a chance but for some inexplicable reason he didn’t have a slip in place against Yuvraj despite the amount of turn on offer and ended up conceding 22 runs off his 2 overs The Pakistan pacers didn’t do themselves any favors either Wahab bowled one slower cutter in 12 deliveries and that resulted in Yuvraj’s wicket The wicket was tailor-made for changes in pace and cutters Most of Pakistan’s cutters were bowled at a pace of 135kmph or more The few deliveries that were actually below this mark didn’t go for many runs Three out of four Pakistani pacers conceded more than 8 runs per over Instead of adjusting to the requirements of the surface Pakistani pacers went for raw pace far too many times and allowed Yuvraj and Kohli to put India back into the ascendency Pakistan is perhaps the only team in the world guilty of under-analyzing cricket matches in the modern era and that was pretty evident in the team selection and the thought process that went into this match All the talk was about being brave and calm at the same time Pakistan might have been brave but they definitely were neither calm nor prepared under pressure Kohli however was brave calm and prepared as he always seems in these run chases He has been the scourge of Pakistan for a while now and we still haven’t found an answer to him It seemed everyone else was batting on a different pitch and Kohli was batting on a different one His mastery can’t be matched by anyone in the world game at the moment especially in run chases Kohli talked about planning his innings and constructing the innings after the match he alone had more plans than the Pakistan support staff combined Kohli stands for everything the modern game has to offer while the current Pakistan team still believes in the principles of 80s and 90s when bravery was considered a bigger virtue than actual planning and strategies Other teams have moved on the game has evolved Pakistan haven’t New Delhi:India’s premier badminton star Saina Nehwal believes that her in-born go-getter attitude will help her overcome opponents a couple of nagging injuries and pressure of expectations as she bids to better the colour of her Olympic medal at the Rio Games in August The 26-year-old captured a bronze medal four years ago in London and finished runner-up at the World Championship last year Her performance marked by consistency makes the World No5 one of India’s most promising Olympic medal hopefuls File photo of Saina Nehwal AFP The former World No1 has been bogged down by a couple of injuries at the start of the year and as the Olympic Games start on August 5 she is confident of not only reaching the peak of fitness but also meeting the expectations of 1250 million Indians "I feel I am fit with some nagging injuries I am running nicely At the end of the day it’s important that you reach the peak and play your best during that particular week That’s what will count ultimately and will be the key" Saina told IANS in an email interview "Moreover mental conditioning is as important as your physical strengthening I have been blessed to be born with a go-getter attitude I like to win and having a positive mind set really helps" This will be Saina’s third Olympic Games Over the years she has learnt how to approach a key tournament "Rio is an ideal place to showcase my game You can’t predict results you need hard work and God’s blessing apart from support of your family and fraternity" Saina said "I take each tournament as it comes Rio Olympics will also be like any other games My approach to the game is very positive and I would like to keep it like that and focus on my game "Coming with an experience I feel that on the day that I am 100 per cent fit I have the potential to defeat anyone I do not feel too much pressure The moment you are on the court nothing else matters" she added The competition for the women’s singles may be the fiercest in recent editions Apart from the established names of reigning world champion Carolina Marin of Spain Shixian Wang defending champion Li Xuerui and Yihan Wang — all Chinese – Ratchanok Intanon of Thailand and Sung Ji Hyun of South Korea and the quick emergence of youngsters like India’s very own double World Championship bronze medallist PV Sindhu Japanese Nozomi Okuhara and Tai Tzu Ying of Chinese Taipei means that no one is guaranteed success "I believe every player is there because they have the potential Each game is going to be a tough game and each player will be a serious challenger" she said Keeping the challenge in mind Saina is leaving no stone unturned to prepare for the battle She revealed her daily schedule in Bengaluru under the watchful eyes of U Vimal Kumar: "The entire day is spent in different sessions of training with sparring partners in three sessions of five hours in total — two two and one hour sessions" she said "Then there is full stretching with the physio good nutritious meals and sound sleep There is also a bit of entertainment on TV before I sleep" she added Asked how different the mood was this time as compared to her first Olympic Games at Beijing in 2008 where she left her mark by reaching the quarter-finals Saina said: "It was an amazing experience of participating in Beijing Olympics I was only 18 years old that time Now people expect a lot because I feel I have inspired a new generation to take up badminton especially girls "It was a breakthrough for me to enter the quarter-final stage at Beijing and I believe that it gave Indian badminton a massive facelift Across the world one generation of successful athletes inspires the next lot of champions" Saina said "It is a trend and Beijing saw Indian badminton cash in on my story From then the pressure has been on me to perform and build on my success and this proved to be a motivating factor in my career" she added "Women power is certainly on the rise in badminton in India Many more players are coming up now It is a healthy sign and a good trend" she said No youth leagues well.not Indian citizens.

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