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" Gregory said. Considering the fact that Jamshedpur FC are playing their first ISL season,” according to the statement.the huge sacrifices made by Pakistan,The carrom ball,against any opposition other than Bangladesh in the format. Police said some 21, a hard core of the Black Bloc militants from across Europe have looted stores, He said the local police took Bhure to Bhabha Hospital and then to Cooper Hospital for examination of his ear.there should be manifestation of external injury, Dighavkars affidavit stated Justices A M Khanwilkar and A R Joshi observed that as per the medical report and the petitioners statement to the doctorthe assault was recorded with reference to an unknown assailant The court felt that the injury to Bhures eardrum could have happened after Dhoble left or could have been pre-existing The court suggested that Bhure could pursue the case further through a private complaint before a magistrate Bhure than withdrew his petition Dighavkars affidavit also mentioned that since Dhoble took charge of the SSB on March 142011action under the Prevention of Immoral Trafficking Act and the Bombay Police Acthas been taken in 403 cases3400 accused have been arrested and 650 girls have been rescued He said prima facie there is no substance in the allegations made by the petitioner and added that they were only made to prevent Dhoble from carrying out his duty For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Panchkula | Published: August 11 2013 2:18 am Related News A disciplinary committee of BJP is looking into the issue of expulsion of the three BJP members who have been suspended by the party for voting in favour of Congress MayorUpinder Ahluwalia The party has also taken a strong view of the incident of cross-voting that the BJP corporators resorted to during the elections to the office of senior deputy mayor and deputy mayor that were held recently BJP district chiefPanchkulaVishal Sethsaid that the matter of the expulsion of the BJP members has been referred to the disciplinary committeeheaded by former BJP state president A P Manchanda Seth said that the members were served with show-cause noticefollowing which they presented their view before the committee The BJP has suspended C B GoelRavikant Swami and Sunil Talwar Talwar got elected recently as a deputy mayor in the elections which witnessed members of Congress and INLD voting for him The elected members have also made representation before the disciplinary committee stating in their defence that they had no role in voting in favour of the Congress Mayor They brought out that it was in fact the district BJP chiefVishal Sethwho had a truck with the family of the city Mayor and he tried to corner a deal with the Mayor’s family Goel said that instead of acting against themthe party should act against Seth He said that the BJP members have voted as per their conscience According to the partythe disciplinary committee will also look into the reasons behind the cross-voting during the elections for the office of Mayor in view of the conflicting versions put out by the suspended members and the district BJP chief Seth had earlier stated that the party issued a whip asking members not to vote for either INLD or Congress candidate For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related News

File photo of Saina Nehwal (L) and PV Sindhu.AFP On a day when the reigning world and Olympic champion Carolina Marin of Spain continued her downward spiral with a 12-21 19-21 first-round defeat at the hands of Japan’s 2016 All England champion Nozomi Okuhara the leading Indian female player at the moment Pusarla Venkata Sindhu notched up a hard-fought 21-17 14-21 21-18 triumph over Japan’s Sayaka Sato shock winner of the Indonesia Open Super Series Premier only three days ago The fifth-seeded Sindhu ranked No 3 in the world displayed all the sterling and maddening qualities that have made her such a delight to watch and such a horror to follow The 21-year-old Hyderabadi was so superior to the 26-year old-Japanese that she had the first game in her pocket and was sitting pretty on a 13-10 lead in the second Unaccountably she lapsed into errors galore to lose 11 of the next 12 points to allow Sato grab the second game and draw level in the contest Again in the decider Sindhu made up a 1-4 initial deficit to race to a 10-7 lead; then allowed Sato to draw at 11-all only to hit a purple patch of seven straight points and stand on the brink of victory at 18-11 and then 19-13 Yet again the lanky Indian gave in to a bout of heebie-jeebies allowing the Japanese southpaw to claw back to 18-20 before she finally settled the issue Such exasperating end-game jitters have cost her more than once against lesser ranked opponents in the past The third Indian in the women’s singles draw rookie Ruthvika Shivani Gadde who had thrashed Sri Lanka-born Australian Ruwindi Serasinghe 21-9 21-7 in just 22 minutes in the qualifying rounds on Tuesday found China’s Chen Xiaoxin to be a far sterner opposition and put up a decent fight before capitulating 17-21 21-12 12-21 in exactly an hour Strokeful player though she is Ruthvika needs more international exposure to become a useful third singles player in India’s Uber Cup squad She could no doubt imbibe some lessons from compatriot Sindhu who takes on Xiaoxin in the pre-quarter-final on Thursday Meanwhile India’s two in-form male players at the moment world No 14 Bhamidipati Sai Praneeth and 22nd ranked Kidambi Srikanth were in fine fettle as they advanced to the second round with resounding victories Praneeth in particular was full value for his 10-21 21-12 21-10 success in 47 action-packed minutes against Indonesia’s former world championship bronze medallist Tommy Sugiarto Srikanth had matters his own way against Chinese Taipei’s Kan Chao Yu winning handily at 21-13 21-16 Praneeth next runs into China’s Huang Yuxiang who shocked Chinese Taipei’s sixth-seeded Chou Tien Chen 17-21 21-18 21-18 while Srikanth will get another chance to show that his Indonesia Open victory over world No 1 and top seed Son Wan Ho of South Korea was no flash in the pan If both Indians win they are slated to bump into each other at the quarter-final stage from the top quarter of the draw While Praneeth and Srikanth advanced to the second round with a degree of comfort a quartet of Indian men fell at their respective first hurdles in the main draw Parupalli Kashyap Ajay Jayaram Siril Verma and HS Prannoy were all eliminated as were three of the four Indian combinations presenting their credentials in the paired events It was clear that advancing age and the crippling effect of repeated injury to the knees have combined to prevent the 30-year-old Kashyap from continuing to being the top Indian player he was at the time of the 2012 London Olympics Kashyap played brilliantly in the qualifying rounds on Tuesday to knock out first Zhao Junpeng of China by 21-15 21-18 and then Japan’s Kazumasa Sakai runner-up to Srikanth in the Indonesia Open Super Series Premier just two days earlier with an amazingly one-sided 21-5 21-16 verdict However the resilient Hyderabadi currently in his 17th year on the international circuit and perched on the 69th rung of the BWF ladder fell heart-rendingly short of toppling top-seeded Son Wan Ho who won their first-round encounter in the main draw by a 21-18 14-21 21-15 scoreline Kashyap was at his best in the second game but could not maintain the same speed and control in the decider to lose for the sixth time in eight career meetings with the Korean whom his Pullela Gopichand Academy batchmate Srikanth had pipped by 24-22 in the third game of their Indonesia Open semi-final As for Jayaram who has climbed to 13th in the BWF rankings the swiftness of foot and staying power of seventh seeded Ng Ka Long Angus of Hong Kong proved a bit too much as the 22-year-old world No 6 simply overpowered the Indian seven years his senior by 14-21 21-10 21-9 growing stronger and more aggressive as the match progressed It was the fourth successive time in as many meetings in the course of the past 15 months that the young Hong Kong player was putting Jayaram to the sword Their closest clash had been at the 2016 All-England in March last year when Angus had pipped the Indian by 21-19 in the third game It had also been their first encounter and thus the first time that Angus had been exposed to the wily Jayaram’s bag of tricks In subsequent meetings Angus has found it increasingly easier to handle the Chennai-born player Siril Verma was another Indian who faded poorly as the rallies lengthened and was sidelined by 21-16 21-8 by Denmark’s 31-year-old Hans-Kristian Vittinghus currently ranked 29th in the world but who has reached a career-high of No 8 in February 2015 Verma who comes in at 93rd on the BWF ladder had made to the main draw with two victories in the preliminaries – over Yezehkiel Fritz Mainz of Indonesia 21-9 21-9; and fellow-countryman Shreyansh Jaiswal 21-16 21-14 – on Tuesday HS Prannoy who had looked in outstanding form in Jakarta last week with stand-out victories over two former world No 1 players Lee Chong Wei of Malaysia and Olympic champion Chen Long of China was shown the door by Englishman Rajiv Ouseph at 19-21 13-21 The 30-year-old Ouseph who has roots in Kerala is presently ranked 30th in the world but was at a career-high of No 10 in October 2016 and is considered one of the stickiest players on the world circuit India had two other noteworthy results on Wednesday – the success of the young men’s doubles pairing of Satwiksairaj Rankireddy and Chirag Shetty over the Hong Kong duo of Law Cheuk Him and Lee Chun Hei Reginald by a 20-22 21-19 21-11 scoreline; and of the women’s doubles combination of Ashwini Ponnappa and N Sikki Reddy who had a comfortable outing against Australians Chen Hsuan-yu Wendy and Tam Jennifer with a facile 21-11 21-13 win Satwiksairaj and Chirag were actually on the brink of the precipice in the second game after losing the opener narrowly but managed to pull the chestnuts out of the fire and then lorded it over the third game Their seniors Manu Attri and Sumeet B Reddy matched the third-seeded Japanese pairing of Takeshi Kamura and Keigo Sonoda in the opening game but were a spent force in the second to lose by 20-22 6-21 The third Indian duo in the fray Tarun Kona and Francis Alwin were not overwhelmed by the Indonesian-Malaysian pairing of Hendra Setiawan and Tan Boon Heng but were still beaten at 17-21 15-21 Much was expected of the sole Indian mixed doubles entry of Satwiksairaj and Ponnappa but they disappointed in losing to the Hong Kong twosome of Lee Chun Hei Reginald and Chau Hoi Wah by 13-21 17-21 Satwiksairaj did well to channel the disappointment of this loss in the mixed doubles earlier in the day into the men’s doubles win over the same opponent Reginald Lee The Bangalore-based Saina, The door-to-door collectors would collect payments from the residents as earlier, Mayor Raj Bala Malik, V P Pandey, As the tax is paid on basis of self-assessment, he said, he said living in denial from the reality will complicate the situation. 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Narender assumed he was given wrong directions, an officer said For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: June 6 2012 2:45 am Related News While many of the Panjab University officialsincluding Vice-Chancellor R C Sobtiused bicycles on the campus on account of the World Environment Day on Tuesdaythe enthusiasm does not seem to last beyond one day Dean College Development Council (DCDC) Naval Kishore and a few hostel wardens were also seen riding cycles on the campus Going by previous precedentsthe World Environment Day is celebrated in a similar manner every year with the PU staff participating in a cycle rally and commuting on cycles on the campus Howeverthe universitys green campus plans have failed to take off even five years after the proposal for introducing bicycles was mooted Putting across the plan and showing keen interest in the planthe V-C had issued 15 bicycles to the senior university officials Howeverall the cycles are lying unused The key idea was to promote cycling on the campus by setting up various parking zones where the commuters could pick the cycles from one stand and park them at the spot near their destinationensuring free flow of cycles and making the campus vehicle-free To begin withthe V-C had decided to observe first Monday of every month as a vehicle-free day Howeverthe proposal failed to take off The V-C admits that despite repeated effortshe has not been able to convince his staff to implement the plan There is resistance to riding bicycles on the campushe says Fifteen bicycles were donated to PU in 2007 These were distributed among PU officialsincluding the Registrarthe Controller of Examination and the Dean Student Welfare (DSW) For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related Newss Keshavpuram area Friday night.

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