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anyone who asks why Rohith Vemula was forced to commit suicide, The programme has been implemented in Wagholi, 2012 3:46 am Related News A fifteen day campaign from October 11, The Administration has been sending repeated reminders for imposition of the tax. Inside the city,The ministry of power defines a village (from 2004-05) as electrified if: Basic power infrastructure, The report said the wall was so weak and the material used of so poor quality that anyone could have rifled a hole through it. ? — Pulkit AKASH Samrat (@PulkitSamrat) January 9 2016 Arjun Rampal: Happy birthday brother Adi @FarOutAkhtar Rock on for the rest of the year have a super day and the most brilliant year ahead Love Joe Happy birthday brother Adi @FarOutAkhtar Rock On for the rest of the year have a super day and the most brilliant year ahead Love Joe — arjun rampal (@rampalarjun) January 9 2016 Riteish Deshmukh: Happy Birthday my friend @FarOutAkhtar Have a great one-love Namdev Happy Birthday my friend @FarOutAkhtar -have a great one -love Naaaamdev pictwittercom/cMeiUVDHmN — Riteish Deshmukh (@Riteishd) January 9 2016 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related News Latest update:Head’s job is to curb the run flow and his first over goes according to the plan He concedes only two runs off it Preview: Australia will look to improve their performance from the opening match when they take on Bangladesh in a must-win Group A contest at The Oval on Monday Australia earned a single point from the first match of their campaign against New Zealand which had to be abandoned due to rain Bangladesh captain Mashrafe Mortaza and Australian captain Steven Smith But the men from Down Under will aim to improve their batting performance The Australian batting had seemed a bit shaky in their first match losing three wickets in nine overs Moises Henriques may be given another go at number four but Australia captain Steve Smith may also fancy playing the big-hitting Chris Lynn at the same spot The Australians may also to play Adam Zampa in the must-win clash The match is expected to be pretty lopsided with Bangladesh having lost 18 of the previous 19 meetings between the two nations since 1990 Bangladesh meanwhile were let down by poor bowling in the tournament opener against hosts England altough the batsmen were in good form Bangladesh were defeated by eight wickets despite posting a decent total of 305 runs They fell 20-30 runs short against England and will hope to carry their batting momentum against Australia The team from the sub-continent looked a bowler short in their line-up against England and may bring pacer Taskin Ahmed into the playing XI Bangladesh must win this clash otherwise they will be the first side to be eliminated from the 2017 ICC Champions Trophy Squads: Australia: Steve Smith (c) David Warner Aaron Finch Pat Cummins John Hastings Josh Hazlewood Travis Head Moises Henriques Chris Lynn Glenn Maxwell James Pattinson Mitchell Starc Marcus Stoinis Matthew Wade(wk) Adam Zampa Bangladesh: Mashrafe Mortaza (c) Tamim Iqbal Soumya Sarkar Imrul Kayes Mushfiqur Rahim (wk) Shakib Al Hasan Mahmudullah Sabbir Rahman Mosaddek Hossain Mehedi Hasan Sunzamul Islam Mustafizur Rahman Taskin Ahmed Rubel Hossain Shafiul Islam With inputs from IANS Beijing: Inderjeet Singh became the first Indian shot-putter to enter the final round of World Athletics Championships while Baljinder Singh produced his personal best to finish a creditable 12th in the men’s 20km race walk on the second day of competitions here today Inderjeet the reigning Asian champion began the qualifying round at the Bird’s Nest Stadium with a below par 1915m effort in his first attempt before he fouled his second throw File picture of Inderjeet Singh AFP But he made his third and final attempt count as he heaved the iron ball to 2047m to qualify for the final round as one of the 12 best performers in the qualification round Inderjeet who has a personal best of 2065m was fourth best in Group A and ranked eighth among the 12 shot-putters who entered in final round after taking into account the performances of Group B competitors in the qualification round The final round is slated later this evening In men’s 20km race walk Baljinder Singh finished 12th out of 51 athletes who completed the race with a personal best time of 1:21:44 Two other Indians Gurmeet Singh (1:25:22) and Chandan Singh (1:26:40) ended 36th and 42nd respectively European champion Miguel Angel Lopez won the race in a personal best time of 1:19:14 to become Spain’s first 20km race walk world champion since 1993 Chinese Olympic bronze medallist Zhen Wang was second in 1:19:29 while Benjamin Thorne — the biggest surprise of the race — took bronze in a Canadian record of 1:19:57 Japan’s world record holder Yusuke Suzuki dropped out just after 45 minutes into the race Reigning Olympic champion Ding Chen of China was ninth with 1:21:39 PTI By: PTI | London | Published: July 27 2015 4:56 pm Duran Duran singer Roger Taylor says his friend Princess Diana was a real and ordinary person Related News Duran Duran singer Roger Taylor says his friend Princess Diana was a real and ordinary person The 66-year-old musician became close to the British royal because she was a fan of the band in the ’80s and said that she would often refer to the media storm that followed her – and led to her untimely death in 1997 – as being “crazy” reported Contactmusic “I spoke to Diana in private at times I used to see her at a health club we both went to in Chelsea She thought it was crazy that people with cameras wanted to follow her around taking her photo She was a very real very ordinary person going through something extraordinary Something similar to what we had been through” Taylor said Diana also attended a Duran Duran concert that became the target of an IRA bomb plot For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Shubhangi Khapre | Mumbai | Published: November 22 2015 1:14 am The diversion of water from Gangapur dam in Nashik has not gone down well with sugarcane farmers (Express Photo) Related News Water Resources Minister Girish Mahajan on Saturday faced protests in Nashik by farmers against the decision to release more water from upstream dams of Godavari in North Maharashta to Jayakwadi reservoir to tackle the severe drought in eight districts of Marathwada Farmers in North Maharashtra are against the decision to release water to Marathwada Maharashtra Water Resources Regulatory Authority (MWRRA) had ordered the release of 1285 TMC of water from dams in North Maharashtra to Jayakwadi dam in Marathwada Jayakwadi is only at six per cent water storage This dam caters to drinking water and irrigation requirements of Latur Beed Osmanabad Jalna Aurangabad Hingoli Nanded and Parbhani in Marathwada region The decision to release water from Pravara Mula Gangapur and Darna dams in Ahmednagar and Nashik has not gone down well with sugarcane farmers According to leader of opposition Radhakrishna Vikhe-Patil “The decision would adversely affect farmers in North Maharashtra There is already water scarcity in our region Instead why don’t they utilise dead water storage from Jayakwadi which can sustain drinking water requirements in Marathwada” However it is not farmers of North Maharashtra alone who are up in arms against release of water to Marathwada region amongst the worst hit by drought Elected members across party lines from Marathwada and Nashik urged Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis to address their concerns on water scarcity There are protests in western Maharashtra over the water resources department’s decision to release ten TMC of water from Ujani dam to address the drinking water crisis in Solapur According to politicians in Pune and the administration “If water is released from Ujani to meet the crisis in Solapur it would lead to a huge scarcity in Pune city and adjoining villages” In a letter to the water department the Pune collector said “Total water storage in Pune dams does not exceed 43 TMC Ujani has storage of 67 TMC…” The water requirement in Pune is much higher it stated MWRRA officials explained “Our decision is based on centre-state parameters and guidelines It is mandatory to use surplus water from upstream dams in North Maharashtra and Ujani (Western Maharashtra) to cope with drought in Marathwada and Solapur (west Maharashtra) We decided considering the quantum of water and how it can be shared” Girish Mahajan said “The state government is sensitive to issues of all farmers And we will certainly look into concerns of farmers from North Maharashtra as well We have to look into everybody’s requirement” However an apex court ruling allows the state government to release water from North Maharashtra to Jayakwadi dam Congress leaders in North Maharashtra are mobilising farmers to take to the streets against their share of water going to Marathwada According to Vikhe-Patil “We are not against water sharing But the crisis in Ahmednagar and Nashik is grave Why is the government not considering diversion of water from dams in western Maharashtra It would work better” He said “Water stock in Jayakwadi is adequate to meet the current crisis which should be first explored before diverting Godavari water to Jayakwadi” Leaders in North Maharashtra believe there is rampant misuse of water by industries in Marathwada and the state government should ensure that big industries in Aurangabad Nanded and Latur do not misuse water For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsSydney: Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger on Tuesday insisted that unsettled striker Alexis Sanchez is going nowhere saying he expected him to honour his contract and potentially sign an extension The Chilean 28 has a year left on his Gunners deal but is yet to sign a new contract and has been linked with a move to Bayern Munich and Manchester City Reports in Britain have said he could be offloaded for up to ? that is a continuation of what I said at the end of the season.Temghar was 1.

Saskatchewan, For all the latest Ahmedabad News, The woman has been identified as Janki, a police officer said During questioningJanki alleged that her husband had developed a relationship with another woman She claimed that he had spent several lakh rupees on the other woman after selling off a property Janki claimed she had also caught her husband trying to take away property papers and giving them to the woman Police said that in DecemberJanki had told her cousins about her troubles after which they hatched a plot to murder him One of the cousinsVinodhas been arrested by police while another cousinJhagruis absconding Police said that the three had got him drunk and later murdered himafter which his body was disposed off in the fields at Bawana For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related News"I love the game and didn’t want to get away from the game I have been lucky to be with the right people at the right time and really happy that I am playing the sport" says Parupalli Kashyap as we catch up with him after his team Chennai Smashers’ emphatic win over Bengaluru Blasters in the Premier Badminton League at NSCI Mumbai The ace shuttler had agreed to spare some time after the tie got over and what came right across in the interaction we had was his friendly nature as he facedevery question with a smile "I didn’t expect I would win that comfortably but it wasn’t as easy as the score seems I was really tense in a couple of situations" he says even after crushing his opponent Sourabh Varma 11-8 11-5 His humility and respect for the opponent is totally befitting of the champion player that he is File photo of Parupalli Kashyap Image courtesy: Twitter/ @parupallik He has come a long way from being a teenager who feared for his career after he was diagnosed with asthma to being the only one from India to advance into the quarter-final of the men’s singles in the 2012 Olympics to being the thirdIndian to win gold in men’s singles in the Commonwealth Games afterPrakash Padukone in 1978 and Syed Modi in 1982 Kashyap without a shadow of doubt is the pre-eminent player in Indian badminton in the men’s category and a star in his own right However he doesn’t have the air that you usually associate with one He had a frustrating 2016 He sustained a knee injury in the German Open in March which put paid to his hopes of making it to the Rio Olympics It was not until September in the Indonesia Grand Prix Gold that he made his return beating Nathaniel Ernestan Sulistyo but was shown the door by compatriot Ajay Jayaram in the next round He has had a history of debilitating injuries which perhaps have prevented his career from reaching the heights that it deserves He suffered a calf muscle tear in October 2015 which led toan abdominal strain and as a result could not defend his Syed Modi Grand Prix Gold title On being asked how difficult has it been to motivate himself during the time that he was away from action he replied "It was very tough because from seven I dropped beyond 100 in the rankings and there are so many new players doing really well When you are at a high ranking it is easy to maintain yourself because you are leading the pack but sometimes when you fall behind there are so many players you have to cross and it is tough to accept and move on because suddenly you are in a different situation altogether But I thought I handled it well It took time for me to get my rhythm back Luckily at the tournament in Korea I did well and got my confidence (back) and today I am happy the way I handled the pressure" His dominating performance on the night showed that he was slowly but surely getting back into his groove He moved fluently on the court and his smashes just singed the opponent and Kashyap is visibly happy at the way he played "I was actually surprised by the way I was moving and was feeling quite good today on the court Sourabh is in form and he has been doing really well Even in training we have played so many times and it has always been very close and it had been 50:50 result in matches in training" he says The Korea Open gave Kashyap something to cheer about in a difficult year Kashyap reached the semi-final in that tournament only to go down to Son Wan Ho But he was leading 14-10 at one point in that match and then 12-10 in another game Did he get into a winning position but fail to convert Has it been the case with him in big tournaments generally Kashyap however chooses to look at the positives "I wouldn’t say I was in a clear winning position in Korea It was a 50:50 match In 2015 I played him (Son Wan Ho) thrice and won twice but in Korea I was really happy to reach the semis because I was trying to come back (from injury) Just because of that one match I can’t look back and say I am not being able to get to the final or I am not being able to win You shouldn’t forget the last three matches that I won Those also could have gone either way Then we wouldn’t be having a discussion about my performance in Korea I look at the positives and keep improving slowly That is what I am trying to do" There is a considerable weight of expectation on his shoulders which he would acknowledge His performance especially in the London Olympics has identified him as the player who can bring India big laurels He is the kind of player who you would expect to win big tournaments It has been a long time since we have had a Prakash Padukone or a Syed Modi or indeed a Pullela Gopichand Kashyap has the potential to be the next big thing in Indian badminton but apart fromhim the men’s section is overflowing with talent There are the likes of Ajay Jayaram HS Prannoy Kidambi Srikanth and Sourabh and Sameer Varma All of them have given good account of themselves at the international stage So when can India be the next superpower in men’s badminton When can we see our men on the podium at the big tournaments on a consistent basis "We are getting there" assures Kashyap "I would say we have an advantage and a disadvantage" he adds "In the women’s section there are very few (top players) So for a coach it is already easy When you have 10 girls at the same level it is very tough to single out one and say I am going to train her and focus on her I think Gopi sir (national coach Pullela Gopichand) has not got an issue on that because there is (Pusarla Venkata) Sindhu and the rest are quite behind (her) So he can clearly focus on Sindhu and before that it was Saina (Nehwal) But now since 2013 it has been Srikanth Prannoy me I was there alone and I did well in the Olympics and then at the world championships I missed a medal by a point but post the Commonwealth Games (2014) there are eight players now "It is very tough for Gopi sir to handle it on his own So for two months one person plays well and for another two months another person plays well Big wins will come only if we have a lot of people supporting Gopi as a coach which is not happening right now He is doing the best he can and as is humanly possible Whatever he does is a little inhuman I feel (considering) the number of hours he spends I had asked someone to make a clone of Gopi who will help us" Kashyap says He acknowledges that there is stiff competition in the men’s category in Indian badminton "There are lots of players in men’s singles So it is a little tough First you have to compete amongst yourselves and come out of it That pressure is not there on the women They are directly playing international competitions and that’s about it You don’t have the pressure of an Indian getting out of a group of players Sourabh was playing really well then he lost to me Sameer is there Srikanth is there But the results will improve Compare ourselves to 10 years back and we are in a very good position" the 30-year-old shuttler says We have come to the end of the session as the public relations official gently reminds that there is a posse of journalists waiting for quotes from Kashyap He is evidently in demand and not without reason In a country in the thrall of Sindhu and Saina the achievements of the men can be easily overlooked But the performances of Kashyap Jayaram and Prannoy in the PBL so far have proved that happy days are round the corner for men’s badminton in India For Kashyap specifically a good PBL campaign will give him a lot of confidence after the disappointment of last year and stand him in good stead for the year ahead 08:00 PM Tamil Thalaivas vs UP Yodha, Humanitarian aid alone cannot avert hunger. Cameron, and they are trying to convince his parents to file a complaint.

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