2016 9:39 pm Nirmala Sheoran has become a strong candidate for the 4X400m relay team too. all the advantage was lost and from then it was quite difficult to pass and move ahead. is to stoke communal fires in Jammu and Kashmir where the PDP-BJP coalition government has been in office since March this year. Meenas, and what we believe will be a great start to our journey in India. “We do see 45 degrees Celsius,claiming the 15-minute meeting was arranged by businessman Vinod Goenka,for the alleged murder of a BPO employee. maybe leave a little more grass and get some good bounce.

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which the organisers should have followed,We are ready to look into the demands but some of them are unreasonable and have nothing to do with the drafting of the land use plan, the official added High-frisk zone While recent cases of security breaches on court premises may not have alarmed the Mumbai Police enough to prompt swift actionon Fridaythe Kala Ghoda sessions court resembled a fortress as it was to pronounce judgments against senior police inspectors Pradeep Sharma and Pradeep Suryavanshi and 20 others in a fake encounter case of 2006 People were frisked at each entry point and entry into Judge V D Jadhawars court was restricted to a select few Scribeswho had assembled in dozenswere not allowed to enter the court The polic relented but only after a spate of arguments and suggestions of a complaint to the judge For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Bharat Sundaresan | Published: August 19 2012 3:48 am Related News 167 (vs Aus Sydney 2000) Brett Lee bowled like the windwhile Shane Warne and Glenn McGrath were at their unplayable bestbut the spotlight remained fixated on Laxmanhis place under pressureas he produced the first of his many exhilarating stroke exhibitions in Sydney He pulledflicked and slog swept with contemptsmashing 27 boundaries in allleaving the cricketing world gaping in awe 148 (Aus Adelaide 2003) This might have gone down as Rahul Dravids finest hourbut it was Laxmans incisive batting that took India out of a hole85/4 against Australias first innings total of 556and pushed the hosts onto the backfoot Laxman contributed 148 in a partnership of 303a repeat of Kolkatawith Dravidwhich eventually led to Indias first win on Australian soil in 30 years 103* (SL Colombo 2010) The series seemed Sri Lankas as India slipped to 62/4chasing 257 on a crumbling P Sara Oval wicket Laxman looked unruffled as ever though as he blazed away to a centuryleading India to a comfortable victory and more importantly exorcising their fourth innings demons 73* (Aus Mohali 2010) The day Laxman lost his cool but not his nerve as he led India to a nerve-wracking one-wicket win over the Aussies Chasing 216India looked out of it at 124/8 But Laxmanbatting on one legtook India home single-handedly adding 81 with Ishant Sharma while also providing a rare display of his temper 96 (SA Durban 2010) The No1 Test teams fortunes hung in the balance as they slumped to 48/3 in their second inningsjust 122 ahead and the Kingsmead wicket playing tricks aplenty Despite wickets falling all around himLaxman continued to be positive and sublime He fell four runs short of a centurybut it was Laxmans 96 that set up Indias morale-boosting maiden victory at Durban For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Hockenheim | Published: July 28 2016 3:54 pm Rio Haryanto has a contract with Manor for the full season (Source: Reuters) Top News Rio Haryanto will race in this weekend’s German Formula One Grand Prix the Indonesian said in a statement issued by his Manor team on Wednesday Haryanto Indonesia’s first Formula One driver has a contract with Manor for the full season but the funding his sponsors have committed only guaranteed his drive up to last Sunday’s Hungarian Grand Prix “The team have been very supportive and also the fans so I’m really happy that I will be racing here” Haryanto said in a Q&A previewing engine-supplier Mercedes’ home race “I intend to put all the speculation regarding my future to one side and concentrate on the racing here in Hockenheim” It is still unclear whether the 23-year-old Haryanto will see out the season He indicated that negotiations to secure him the seat for the remainder of the year were still ongoing “We’re working as hard as possible on the future behind the scenes but that’s where I want to keep that side of things for this weekend” he said Haryanto’s main sponsor is state-owned oil company Pertamina which has contributed five million euros ($553 million) towards the funding needed to secure his seat at the sport’s smallest team Indonesian media reports have put the total needed at 15 million euros For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Tabassum Barnagarwala | Mumbai | Updated: November 16 2016 5:44 am Riddhi and Siddhi Pawar enjoy their first day at school on Tuesday (Source: Pradip Das) Top News FOR THREE-YEAR-OLD conjoined twins Riddhi and Siddhi Pawar a new journey began on Tuesday— one that Bai Jerbai Wadia Hospital has been waiting for— when the sisters wore bright red frocks and set off for their first day in Poibawadi Hindi School in Parel central Mumbai “It was difficult to process the admission due to no cooperation from their biological parents We had to get a court affidavit to facilitate admission” said Navnath Kamble attached with NGO Pratham which will fund the twins’ education Riddhi and Siddhi were attached waist down when they were born in Olawa a remote village in Raigad district in May 2013 The two shared a common pelvis and uterus and were about to be given up by their parents Arun and Shalu Pawar an economically deprived couple when three volunteers from Pratham came to the aid of the twins Since then the two have been living in a tiny room in the children’s ward of Wadia Hospital in Parel where the staff have been unofficially their guardians for three years now They were surgically separated in a six-hour procedure in 2014 The hospital through various sponsors has conducted three surgeries on them The last one was to align their legs in the correct angle Their clothes and toys are either donated or gifted by the staffers On Tuesday the hospital ayahs and doctors were excited to watch the twins leave for school At the BMC-run school the two received a grand welcome As Siddhi the more inquisitive of the two wandered around looking at the posters and charts Riddhi stood by herself smiling at the teacher and students “They shared French fries with the other children Everyone was eating from all the (each other’s) lunchboxes” said Kishor Bhamre director of Pratham While the twins faltered a bit when walking they managed to jump and dance to songs and rhymes with 24 other students From Wednesday they will wear uniform — a blue-checkered frock “We were surprised at how well they reacted to new people Until now they have only roamed on the hospital premises” Bhamre said The two will be monitored for one more week to ensure they suffer no medical complications After attending school till 1 pm Riddhi and Siddhi will from now go for occupational and speech therapy sessions returning to their room an afternoon nap and later an evening stroll By Tuesday evening the twins were narrating their experience to the hospital staff “Everyone is ‘mumma’ in this hospital for them” said Dr Minnie Bodhanwala CEO of Wadia Hospital Even as the parents have stopped visiting the twins they have the entire hospital staff and doctors visiting their room “They survived so much They will finally get a shot at a normal life” Kamble said For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: AP | Published: February 26 2017 1:31 pm Atalanta have 51 points from 26 games and are within three points of Napoli (Source: AP) Top News The bar has been raised at Atalanta Not only is the provincial squad dreaming of a place in Europe but it has the Champions League within its sights after winning at Napoli 2-0 on Saturday to move to within three points of the third-placed side in Serie A Defender Mattia Caldara again stole the show with a goal in each half Atalanta midfielder Franck Kessie was sent off moments before Caldara’s second following two bookings in quick succession It ended Napoli’s run of 14 league matches without defeat Inter Milan can move back level with Atalanta with a win over second-placed Roma on Sunday Victory would make the race for a place in Europe’s elite club competition wide open Atalanta coach Gian Piero Gasperini admitted last week that a win against Napoli would change his side’s objectives and that new aim will be tested in its next two matches against Fiorentina and Inter but he was more cautious after Saturday’s victory “Winning at a place like this allows you to dream big” Gasperini said “If after 25 matches you’re fourth and you’ve beaten Napoli at the San Paolo you’re allowed to believe in yourself” An estimated 5000 fans greeted Atalanta at Bergamo Airport welcoming the team home with flares fireworks and singing “We’re going to win the league” Napoli players and coach Maurizio Sarri did not speak to the media Atalanta’s achievement is even more impressive given that it relies mainly on young homegrown talent Caldara who was signed by Juventus last month but loaned back to Atalanta until 2018 is only 22 while Andrea Petagna Andrea Conti and Alberto Grassi are the same age or younger They all came through the youth ranks together at the Bergamo-based club Petagna scored in a 1-0 win over Napoli this season but since October Napoli had lost only one match at Real Madrid in the first leg of the Champions League last 16 Napoli hit the crossbar twice in the first half and Atalanta reached halftime 1-0 up after a corner bounced through to Caldara and he nodded it in Atalanta chances of a second appeared to diminish when Kessie was sent off But Caldara doubled his tally three minutes later volleying Leonardo Spinazzola’s dinked cross into the bottom left corner Napoli fought to get back into the match and Jose Callejon should have done better but headed wide from point-blank range JUVENTUS 2 EMPOLI 0 Juventus continued its march to an unprecedented sixth successive title as it moved 10 points clear in Serie A But beating struggling Empoli was more difficult than expected Juventus which had beaten Porto 2-0 midweek in the Champions League rested several key players ahead of the first leg of its Italian Cup semifinal against Napoli on Tuesday but still extended its Serie A record to 30 consecutive home wins It is on course for a treble but Allegri was wary about saying it is closer to one of its objectives after Napoli’s defeat “We still have to get a lot of wins” Allegri said “Roma is strong enough that it can win all its matches We have important matches from here until the international break We have to take it game by game without thinking what will happen in a month” Mario Mandzukic who wasted opportunities in the first half helped to break the deadlock in the 52nd as his header from Juan Cuadrado’s cross was finger-tipped onto the underside of the bar by Lukasz Skorupski but bounced down and over the line The goal was initially credited to Mandzukic but was later changed to an own goal by the Empoli goalkeeper Juventus doubled its tally 13 minutes later when Dani Alves’ cross came through to Alex Sandro and he swivelled before firing it across into the bottom right corner Empoli remained 18th eight points above the relegation zone For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Garima Rakesh Mishra | Pune | Updated: March 28 2016 3:51 am Gopal Vasudev Lele Related News IN THE last 40 years city-based Gopal Vasudev Lele who is 81 years has been to Himalayas on a trek more than 10 times A week-long trek that he completed in September has recently got him an entry in the Limca Book of Records for being the oldest trekker The trek was to Rupin Pass that is situated at a height of 15350 ft in Himachal Pradesh Staying in a tent and braving the rain snowfall landslide and temperature that was as low as minus 7 degree Celsius Lele successfully completed the trek “I don’t feel like an ‘81-year-old’ I regard myself as 81-years-young” says Lele Even at this age the octogenarian walks for nearly eight kms daily performs suryanamaskar does other physical exercises and climbs a tekdi near Mumbai-Pune Highway once a week Share This Article Related Article “I bring rigorous change in my routine whenever I plan a trek to the Himalayas For instance I will be covering Roopkund in Uttarakhand in September for which I will start preparing from next month onwards I increase the frequency of climbing tekdi so that I am better prepared by the time the trek nears” says Lele a resident of Pradhikaran who does not suffer from any old-age ailments such as blood pressure diabetes and arthritis among others “I have often heard people saying that there’s less oxygen in high altitude areas I have trekked Himalayas number of times but have never felt breathless I think health and fitness is all in the mind Sitting here in comfortable homes one should not imagine things” says Lele who’s been trekking since 1972 and has covered places such as Kedarnath Kailash Kanchenjunga and Sangla among others Hailing from Baroda Lele who was an electrical and automobile engineer by education shifted to Pune in 1964 After working in different factories he set up his own business over 25 years ago Even now though the factory is managed by his son he visits it daily Since the past seven years Lele is a part of a city-based trekking group named Treknik Based on his years of experience he says that trekking Himalayas require planning and method “One should not hurry up because it’s not a race Besides months of preparation that requires focus on physical fitness is needed One cannot decide just one fine day to trek Himalaya” says Lele adding that the younger generation especially should focus on fitness more than earning money as it is an investment that will pay in the long run For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related News Hell hath no fury… AN IPS officer known for his dashing image was recently heard pleading with his superior.Lal Bahadur Shastri,” He said surprisingly," comeback to pretty much any allegation made against him, 2016 Cartoonist Matthew Inman also created a brilliant comic to show how to 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