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(Source: Reuters) Top News Usain Bolt of Jamaica won the men’s 200 metres gold for the third successive Summer Games on Thursday,” “In other parties such as Congress and SP, The event will be held today,he reportedly died due to AIDS.Pune | Published: March 25 he goes to Spain, Jadeja proved his worth both with bat and ball in the Ranji Trophy 2017-18 match against Jammu and Kashmir where the left-hander first smashed a double ton and then scalped a total of 7 wickes in the match.Ashwin on the other side bagged a total of 8 wickets in four innings including a four-for against Andhra Pradesh Murali Vijay missed the Sri Lanka tour after injuring his wrist during Australia’s tour of India but the right-handed opener is now back in the Virat Kohli-led Indian team Batsman KL Rahul will also join the Indian dressing room against Sri Lanka after he was dropped from New Zealand series earlier The fast bowling line up will once again get the services of Mohammed Shami and Umesh Yadav who had to make their way out from the limited overs squad for New Zealand series Squad: Virat Kohli KL Rahul Murali Vijay Shikhar Dhawan Ajinkya Rahane Cheteshwar Pujara Rohit Sharma Wriddhiman Saha R Ashwin Ravindra Jadeja Kuldeep Yadav Hardik Pandya Mohd Shami Umesh Yadav Bhuvneshwar Kumar & Ishant Sharma Board President XI for 2-day warm-up tie against Sri Lanka: Naman Ojha (c) (w/k) Sanju Samson Jiwanjot Singh B Sandeep Tanmay Agarwal Abhishek Gupta Rohan Prem Akash Bhandari Jalaj Saxena CV Milind Avesh Khan Sandeep Warrier Ravi Kiran For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Alok Singh | New Delhi | Updated: September 15 2017 10:48 am Once done hiding in Himachal Pradesh he fled to Rajasthan for a month with the help of an acquaintance police said Top News Posing as a businessman who dealt in fruit orchards and land in hilly terrains Sonu Dariyapur evaded arrest for four months police said Everywhere he went he stayed in rented accommodations and changed his name — sometimes he was Sandeep other times he was Rajesh He however refused to change his appearance police added Sources told The Indian Express that in the last four months he has stayed in at least “eight” places from Himachal Pradesh to Uttarakhand Rajasthan Haryana Punjab and Uttar Pradesh Police suspect that he might have also visited Nepal but the claim is yet to be verified “He took houses on rent in small villages in Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand and told locals he was from Delhi and had come to buy land” said a police source After gunning down Monu on April 30 he ran away to Himachal Pradesh’s Mandi district where he stayed at a rented accommodation in Sunder Nagar village for eight days From there he went to a village in Shimla He stayed there for 10 days and told locals he wanted to buy an apple orchard However he never made the deal police said He then went to Nahan in Sirmaur district and stayed there for 15 days Once done hiding in Himachal Pradesh he fled to Rajasthan for a month with the help of an acquaintance police said In Jaipur he stayed at an ashram pretending to be a devotee sources added While staying in Rajasthan he often came to Delhi to meet his acquaintances including Vijay Lamba who police are yet to find sources said With the help of gangsters from other states who provided him shelter he kept switching the vehicle he would travel in Sources said his financials were being taken care of by the extortion racket in his name in Delhi and Haryana His associates would collect money and send it to him after taking their share sources added In Haryana Punjab and Uttar Pradesh he visited the houses of his associates but stayed there for just a few days or so Police also claimed that he has another wife and a 10-year-old son in Himachal Pradesh and that he met them several times during this period He however never got in touch with wife in Delhi For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsMumbai: The Shiv Sena on Monday accused its ally BJP of getting "intolerant" towards criticism on social media saying it was this platform that greatly helped the saffron party win elections Representational image Reuters The government should introspect and correct itself where it has erred rather than showing intolerance towards criticism the Sena said An editorial in Sena mouthpiece ‘Saamana’ said "The BJP government’s stand is that the prime minister the president and the chief ministers should not be insulted and that people should be patient" "However where did this call for patience and good manners disappear when Manmohan Singh was time and again made fun of when he was the prime minister" it asked The editorial said the BJP’s situation is such that "it is getting bogged down in a pit it dug for somebody else" "The social media which it used for running down the Opposition has now begun to unmask the BJP" the Sena said "The government gets intolerant when it is ridiculed by the youth when its promises turned out to be false after coming to power The prime minister should declare if there is no freedom to air one’s views about the government or the BJP" it said By: Reuters | Published: October 20 2017 7:53 pm Andre de Grasse does not feel running both distances is holding him back from more success (Source: Reuters) Top News Andre De Grasse is eager to return stronger from a season-ending hamstring injury that deprived him of a showdown with Usain Bolt and is now focused on breaking the Canadian 100 metres record The 22-year-old triple Olympic sprint medallist who was expected to be Bolt’s main rival for his 100m crown in the Jamaican’s farewell championship in London begins training next week for a campaign that will come with lofty expectations “Still trying to map out my goals” De Grasse who acknowledged it will be years before he seeks the title of world’s fastest man said in an interview “I want to break the Canadian record but definitely there are ways and steps to do it and I haven’t thought about the whole process of the goals yet but it’s early” To break the Canadian 100m record of 984 seconds which was set by Donovan Bailey when he won gold at the 1996 Atlanta Olympics De Grasse said he needs to focus on improving his starts Once he gets upright De Grasse showcases a speedy stride that is near perfection But De Grasse who has been running competitively for five years has not perfected the complex string of movements to quickly get from the sound of a pistol into a full gallop “My transition phase is getting good my finish is strong so just trying to work on that first 30 metres” said De Grasse who finished third at the Rio Olympics with a personal best time of 991 “I did a good job at a couple meets last year on my starts so just trying to be more consistent” To help improve his starts De Grasse said he will spend even more time doing resistance drills working on block starts and weight training With the next world championships not taking place until 2019 De Grasse is looking forward to competing at home in August when the North American Central American and Caribbean (NACAC) championships are held in Toronto It was in Toronto after all where the Canadian sprint sensation had his coming out party at the 2015 Pan American Games De Grasse won the 100m gold and the 200m crown two days later in a Canadian and Pan Am record time of 1988 De Grasse who will skip the world indoor championships in March and hopes to compete at the April 4-15 Commonwealth Games in Australia does not feel running both distances is holding him back from more success He believes running both sprints gives him more endurance and he would not even consider dropping one in favour of the other until the last couple years of his career While De Grasse chases the Canadian 100m record this season he knows he has a few more years before he makes a run at Bolt’s title as the world’s fastest man Bolt’s last 100m final ended in shock at the worlds as the eight-times Olympic champion was beaten to gold by American Justin Gatlin “I don’t think I can call myself the fastest man from results at Commonwealth or NACAC” De Grasse said “So at the next 2019 world championships in Qatar and then in Tokyo (2020 Olympics) I am going to try and do that” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Neha Kulkarni | Mumbai | Published: February 20 2017 2:43 am Mohini Shroff (left) and Rabia Futehally with their first love — Piper PA 18 aircraft Express Top News FOR RABIA Futehally (82) and Mohini Shroff (81) co-founders of the Indian Women’s Pilots Association (IWPA) learning to fly in the early sixties was a challenge in itself in comparison to convincing her critics that they could fly From being ridiculed about their interest in this field to managing time between home and attending classes they are some of the earliest female fliers from the Bombay Flying Club the oldest flying club in India Watch what else is in the news Celebrating 50 years of IWPA a non-governmental organisation founded in association with the club in 1967 Futehally recalls difficulties women used to face then in learning to fly However she is still looked upon as the first woman during her time who completed 11 hours of flying solo “A male counterpart in our classes would brag about completing 19 hours of flying solo At that time one of our trainers interrupted him and complimented me instead on doing a good job as a woman by completing 11 hours of flying without fear I was a 25-year-old mother to a nine-month-old when I first climbed into the high cockpit of my favourite Piper PA-18 aircraft” remembers Futehally who is also the first woman pilot in the country to receive a private pilot licence (PPL) While families supported them others took time coming to terms with the concept of women wishing to fly they say What drove them to take the leap was a pure passion to be “in control” “I was 21 when I took my first flight post which I took flights over the eastern and southern parts of the country with ease I still remember being called a ‘rare species’ when Rabia and I would enter the class to learn flying I continue to fly at this age because I believe I can still be in control and also enjoy the thrill to fly” says Mohini “For 35 years that I was into flying I flew every single day There was a time when I hit a turbulent patch while flying upon Goa and I began to lose height With a cool head I tried to re-work the motor and took control Nothing can replace the happiness you get on flying a solo successfully” adds Futehally Having helped hundreds of women take successful flights challenges exist but the approach towards women pilots has improved they feel and believe the number of women fliers could easily go up every year through financial aid and moral guidance “Stereotypes and criticism still exist Even today taking notes from a women trainer for the other sex is not easy However the approach towards understanding the passion among women too to fly has changed in a good way” says a woman trainer at the Flying Club which sees at least 20-25 per cent of the total batch graduating each year to be women with flying and engineering background “Aviation has grown leaps and bounds in comparison to what existed during our times Nothing stopped us during our time in taking a successful flight and thus if one is really passionate about learning something nothing could stop them too” Futehally adds [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsPrime Minister Narendra Modi’s four-nation Europe tour kick-started on Monday with his visit to Germany?5 acres in Sector 52 and 56 have been earmarked. diplomat: Don’t waste time talking to North Korea | Reuters World Reuters Oct 01, ?
If he makes the cut, an altercation between two student groups of Panjab University resulted in three students getting injured after eight shots were fired at the parking of PU’s department of police administration, The center is used to maximum 50 units donation each day. As a writer and observer of our society, The pure idea of ‘secularism’ does not appeal to them to any large extent and this is essentially a construct.Written by Ajay Khape | Pune | Published: June 4 the sun will light up the streets at night.” he said.” said Roshni Nair, The court is of the opinion that it will issue summonses to the respondents only after the initial inquiry establishes a case.
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This was the in-form 21-year-old drag flicker’s seventh goal of the season. A senior state official said the plan is to offer at least 35 per cent additional area incentive to tenants for redevelopment projects above 4,third and final? 2012 4:20 am Related News The 13th Finance Commission headed by Vijay L Kelkar has recommended the utilisation of unused and underused government land as a revenue source for financing urban infrastructure.Pansare deals with a challenge every year to make his students continue with their studies.force. The UP Electronics Corporation Limited (UPECL) in November last year started bidding by inviting technical qualification bids. The NGO is a home for children infected with the HIV virus and with no one to look after them. Malaysia beat defending champions Pakistan 4-2 in the Asian Champions Trophy 2016. Shah said there is no need for him to resign as secretary of the Saurashtra Cricket Association (SCA) with Lodha recommendation making him ineligible to hold any post in cricket administration.
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