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but not to the standards that one would usually associate Lucknowi food he tells the story behind the naming of the eatery."? After becoming two states, have a vested interest in derailing such a deal – would be the political “secularists. In Kevdavadi, But the Indian fought back wonderfully to birdie the 14th and finally leapfrogged from second to the top and past the clubhouse leader Baek Seuk-Hyun of Korea (65) with the stunning eagle on the last hole.” Lahiri let out a scream of relief as the ball settled inside the cup. “It’s really great to get my first win outside of India I have missed out on it for a long time and I am so glad I managed to do it today I need the world ranking points so I am really happy I can win this week” said Lahiri Making it a great outing for Indian golf were SSP Chowrasia (68) who for a brief while was in contention before ending tied fifth at 14-under and Rashid Khan (71) who had a topsy-turvy day with five birdies and four bogeys and tied ninth place at 13-under Jyoti Randhawa (70) was also looking at a long shot as he found five birdies in a space of six holes between fifth and 10th but then three bogeys between 11th and 14th ended his hopes and he finished in a tie for 13th Rahil Gangjee (70) was tied 22nd and Arjun Atwal who had one eagle on 18th and a birdie on sixth ended tied 39th Lahiri ranked 102nd in World rankings at the start of the week should move inside top-75 when the rankings are released tomorrow He is currently the top Indian in World rankings He will also move to the top of the Asian Tour Order of Merit It was Lahiri’s fourth win and he has now won each year since 2011 and the only Indians with more Asian Tour wins than him are Jyoti Randhawa (8) Arjun Atwal (7) Jeev Milkha Singh (6) and Gaganjeet Bhullar (5) For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Abu Dhabi | Updated: November 24 2014 10:34 am Lewis Hamilton of Britain carries the British flag after he wins the Abu Dhab Formula one at the Yas Marina racetrack (Source: AP) Related News A tearful Lewis Hamilton joined the elite ranks of double Formula One world champions on Sunday after a nerve-racking drive to victory in the floodlit season-ending Abu Dhabi Grand Prix In a race overshadowed by the ever-present spectre of mechanical failure after the Briton’s Mercedes team mate Nico Rosberg suffered an early loss of power Hamilton powered to his 11th win in 19 races The 29-year-old who took his first title with McLaren in 2008 became Britain’s first multiple champion since Jackie Stewart in 1971 and only the country’s fourth “Lewis thank you very much for not letting the British public down” Britain’s Prince Harry told him over the radio from the pit wall as the chequered flag came down “You are an absolute legend” Hamilton crying on the podium as the anthem sounded and with his voice cracking in later interviews performed a slowing down lap with the British flag fluttering from the cockpit and the words ‘Hammer Time’ written on it “World champion Oh my God I can’t believe it thanks everyone” he had shouted over the radio before parking up and embracing his father pop star girlfriend Nicole Scherzinger and family The victory was a record 16th of the season for Mercedes who had already collected the constructors’ crown and for the first time the winner took 50 points in an unprecedented and controversial double points finale “This has been just an incredible year I can’t believe how amazing” said Hamilton “This is the greatest moment in my life It feels very surreal “(Winning in) 2008 was special but the feeling I have now is above and beyond It’s the greatest feeling I’ve ever had Thanks so much everyone” Rosberg finished 14th after starting on pole position and 17 points adrift the much-vaunted ‘duel in the desert’ becoming a nightmare after dark for the German son of Finland’s 1982 champion Keke LOSING BRAKES He had suffered problems from the 25th of 55 laps then complained about losing brakes as he fell down the order still hoping against hope that a similar misfortune might befall Hamilton and revive his chances When the team asked him to pit and retire with only a handful of laps to go Rosberg asked to stay out so he could at least end the season on track “Sorry it didn’t work out but you drove like a champion” said Mercedes technical head Paddy Lowe “We come back next year to have another go” Rosberg who gallantly shook Hamilton’s hand afterwards did not need to tell anyone that he was disappointed but he said it anyway “All in all Lewis deserved to win the championship What happened to me had no impact it did not change anything so there is no point focusing on that” he said “He did just a little bit better than me The positive is I’ve been the better qualifier over the last two years and that gives me a good base I came very close and it is a pity it did not work out” Brazilian Felipe Massa finished second for Williams in the race after looking like he could win it with Finnish team mate Valtteri Bottas third “Not bad for an old man” said a delighted Massa after his best result since 2012 when he was at Ferrari Behind them Australian Daniel Ricciardo finished fourth for Red Bull with Hamilton’s former McLaren team mate Jenson Button fifth in what may have been his last race in Formula One Force India duo Nico Hulkenberg and Sergio Perez were sixth and seventh while outgoing four-times champion Sebastian Vettel was eighth in his last race for Red Bull before moving to Ferrari The man he will replace at the Italian team double world champion Fernando Alonso was ninth and ahead of Finnish team mate Kimi Raikkonen For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Devendra Pandey | Baroda | Updated: January 30 2015 9:06 am Mumbai skipper Aditya Tare was unbeaten on 67 (Express photo by Bhupender Rana) Related News Theycouldn’t get a flight so Mumbai Cricket Association decided to send their Ranji Trophy team to Vadodara by bus When Mumbai reached the venue after an 11-hour ride they were in for some more surprises First the pitch Mumbai thought would be offered for the game was changed – initially there were two pitches one grassy and other normal but they were given a third pitch a slow turner — and later they found out their most experienced batsman Wasim Jaffer was indisposed due to injury on his index finger It was a hard working day for Mumbai who meandered to 218 for 6 but the good news was that their new captain Aditya Tare hit an unbeaten 67 Suryakumar Yadav the man who quit captaincy before this game batted 57 balls for his 13 Mumbai had a decision to make in the morning: Who to open with Aditya Tare or go with the debutant Shrideep Mangela Coach Praveen Amre and Tare asked Mangela to pick his choice and he chose opening And he made a confident start to his career He left the ball well was always behind the ball and looked secure Of course his name has been doing the rounds in Mumbai’s maidaan circuit where they were puzzled why he was given a break so late despite scoring consistently over a period of time The 26-year-old was picked for Rajasthan Royals through a talent hunt and was even offered a contract but never got a chance to play Back in local cricket he piled up the performances but the call never came “I kept scoring runs and was never bothered about the selection It was important to keep performing because once you fail to perform no one will notice you” Mangela said after his 55 He might have started slowly but picked up his tempo slamming three fours in an over from Irfan Pathan Mumbai had got a decent start with their openers Mangela and Akhil Herwadkar adding 57 in 26 overs Such was the pace of runs that Mumbai’s first boundary was scored in the 13th over of the day However Herwadkar went for a slog sweep and was bowled by Swapnil Singh The visitors kept losing wickets at regular intervals Munaf Patel sent back Shreyas Iyer and Mangela Yadav fell to Yusuf Pathan edging behind whereas Siddhesh Lad went top-edging a full toss from left-arm spinner Bhargav Bhatt With just two overs left in the day Mumbai lost Nikhil Patil lbw to Irfan and what could have been a decent opening day for Mumbai ended on a disappointing note Brief scores: Mumbai 218/6 in 90 overs(A Tare 67 batting S Mangela 55; M Patel 2/35) vs Baroda For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Utkarsh Anand | New Delhi | Updated: December 11 2014 11:26 am A bench of Justices TS Thakur and FMI Kalifulla asked the BCCI to adjourn its AGM slated to be held on December 17 (Source: PTI) Related News The Supreme Court on Wednesday directed the BCCI to defer its Annual General Meeting (AGM) and elections of office-bearers till January 31 2015 while maintaining the “entire game of cricket will collapse if people’s faith is not restored” and steps were not taken to correct the wrongs A bench of Justices TS Thakur and FMI Kalifulla asked the BCCI to adjourn its AGM slated to be held on December 17 as the court continued its hearing into allegations of betting and conflict of interest in the IPL 2013 “You have to understand that the entire game of cricket and its edifice would collapse if such kind of arrangement is allowed to continue and if people’s confidence is not restored If you (BCCI) fail in your duty can’t we get it corrected If there is some temptation for a thief to enter why can’t you stop it Why are you averse to it” the bench asked BCCI “We are still in the process of hearing It will take some time to conclude so directions are issued that the annual general meeting to elect office-bearers of the BCCI shall stand postponed by January 31” it said The order came after BCCI counsel CA Sundaram cited some technical problems in allowing the incumbent office-bearers in the board to continue after the expiry of their term in September and sought directions from the bench As the hearing began on Wednesday N Srinivasan’s counsel Kapil Sibal handed over a note to the bench with an undertaking from the ousted BCCI chief “Mr N Srinivasan undertakes that if he is elected as president of BCCI till the (proposed) committee suggests the procedure to deal with the issue of conflict of interest he will not attend any IPL governing council meeting or any other IPL related discussion in any meeting of working committee or general body meeting of the BCCI” it stated The note added that the committee could suggest sanctions to be imposed in accordance with applicable IPL rules on person prima facie found to be involved in the act of betting by the Mudgal panel besides determining the liability of the franchisees It said that another term of reference for the proposed committee could be “to consider and suggest a mechanism to identify the potential conflict of interest in the BCCI and to suggest the procedure to be adopted for dealing with situations of potential conflict of interest” However the BCCI opposed Srinivasan’s suggestion to let the new committee adjudicate upon the issues relating to conflict of interest raising the question of its autonomy as a private society registered under the Societies’ Registration Act Sundaram told the bench that while the BCCI was agreeable on the new panel looking into disciplinary aspect and prescribe punishment conflict of interest issue should be left to the BCCI governing body for final decision Premature apprehensions The bench however replied that the BCCI’s apprehensions on autonomy may be “premature” since it wanted the new panel to be equivalent to the cricket body’s disciplinary committee with the only difference being that it would have nominees appointed by the court It also took a dig at the BCCI asking how difficult it could be for the board to amend its rules in view of previous instances when it changed rules to allow a BCCI member to own a team and also did away with the policy of rotation in selecting the BCCI chief Apparently the beneficiary in both the cases was Srinivasan who owned Chennai Super Kings while being at the helm of BCCI Meanwhile appearing for India Cements advocate Mahesh Jethmalani said their franchisee CSK could not be held responsible for betting by one of its officials Gurunath Meiyappan “I concede he (Meiyappan) is a team official guilty of betting only on the aspect of betting He did it once and lost a large sum He did it not from the match venue but from home” said the lawyer The court however asked him “If the ICL (India Cements Limited) open to any punishment due to your admission Can your franchise be not cancelled or your MD (Srinivasan) be not held guilty” He while citing the operational rules of the BCCI said that any infraction from the lowest level of official should not lead to any action against the team SRINIVASAN VS BCCI Srinivasan through his counsel Kapil Sibal told Supreme Court that the committee’s (proposed by the SC to study the issue of conflict) term of reference could be “to consider and suggest a mechanism to identify the potential conflict of interest in the BCCI and to suggest the procedure to be adopted for dealing with situations of potential conflict ofinterest” But BCCI counsel CA Sundaram opposed it raising the question of the board’s autonomy as a private society registered under the Societies’ Registration Act Sundaram said while the BCCI was agreeable on the new panel looking into the disciplinary aspect and prescribe punishment conflict of interest issue should be left to the BCCI governing body For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related News Related News For all Marvel fanatics, it leads to war with neighbours.

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