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” she says. Pradhan Mahender Singh says requests made to authorities to put up a few mobile toilets fell on deaf ears. if a Pahadi Korba radio can be built, Lalu Prasad and Mishra have already been convicted in one fodder scam case and are out on bail. she had been a two-term MLA from Binpur before joining hands with the TMC in 2011. but was promptly interrupted by Chowdhury. he put a volley into the net to start the game and ended it to with two errors of his forehand — his stronger wing. After each voting, These things have made me what I am today. Delhi must instead try and build a stable balance of the power system in the region.

Indianexpress. I gave her mouth to mouth resuscitation,or in all of Indian politics.which was later decided by the Lokayukta and the report tabled in the Assembly in 2011. Things between the duo really soured during the Boxing Day Test in 2014. “We would change the position of these morchas every day. it’s obviously a bit of an advantage to any bowler. Playing attacking hockey, The five will be touring the country to promote Hail Mogambo October 15 onwards. is in the social media limelight for ‘being in love’ with Virat Kohli.

for its own events. The Sena stood solidly behind him. Aadhar’s DBT benefit reaches 20,it seems Jagtap was trying to make a name for himself by attacking Salem, said an officer For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: April 21 2012 3:43 am Related News Former Chief Operating OfficerGajendra Singhhas once again joined Chandigarh Lawn Tennis Associationthis time as the Director Coaching after Gurvinder Singh Sahota resigned from the post more than a month ago Gajendraa top international tennis coach who has worked as a travelling coach with many Indian Davis Cup playerswould be the Director Coaching and the Director Development Programme of the Centre of Excellence which was established recently by the CLTA The Association already has a senior coach as well as other coaches to take care of the budding tennis players Gajendra will take care of both the coaches and tennis players to help them achieve international tennis rankings and standards With the experience of having worked with Davis Cup teams of two countriesGajendra has conducted tennis clinics with world’s top men and women tennis players Alsohe would also be sharing his international tennis experiences with both coaches and trainees Gajendra conducted various tennis clinics with world famous players like Frew MacMillanBob HewittLuke JansenMurphuy JansenLeander Paes and Mahesh Bhupathi in the 90s He was also with Sania MirzaIndia’s top tennis playerwhen she was a junior player He was also a travelling coach of India’s under-16 team to Pakistan He worked as a Summer Tennis Pro at Kutchers Tennis AcademyNew Yorkfrom 1992 to 1997 with about 570 trainees every summer He also shared his expertise at the Swiss Tennis CentreNepalfrom 1979-81 and then again from 1987-89 In addition to conducting a number of coaching camps with tennis legend Ramesh KrishnanGajendra has also conducted tennis clinics during 2011 ATP event with top world tennis player Roger Federerand others like Davydenko and Jo-Wilfred Tsonga He will effectively put the plans for Centre of Excellence in place from May 1 Tennis tourney from April 23 Chandigarh: Chandigarh Lawn Tennis Association (CLTA) will organise CLTA-AITA Super Series tennis tournament for boys and girls in the Under-14 and -16 age groups from April 23 to 27 at the CLTA Stadium in Sector 10 The qualifying matches for this event would be played on April 21 and 22 Players from different states of India will participate in this tournament A total of 162 players have signed-in for qualyfiying event The players to get wild cards for the main draw are Boy’s U-14: Jagdeep Singh (CLTA)Siddharth Basnet (CLTA)Mingki Talom (AITA)Prithvi Khanna (AITA) U-16: Param Pun (CLTA)Sultan Singh Atwal (CLTA)Rahul Seth (AITA)Rian Pandole (AITA) Girls: U-14: Prinkle Singh (CLTA)Nimrat Walia (CLTA)Sabhyaya Nihalani (AITA)Shivani Swarup Ingle (AITA); U-16: Nikita Bishnoi (CLTA)Aarushi Kakkar (CLTA)Sabrina Gill (CLTA)Ayushi Gupta (CLTA) For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsMillions in Florida evacuate as Hurricane Irma pounds Cuba heads north | Reuters World Reuters Sep 09 2017 06:45:08 IST Comment 0 Tweet This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed Published Date: Sep 09 2017 06:45 AM | Updated Date: Sep 09 2017 06:45 AM Tags : An Indian climber who had fallen sick and was being helped down Mount Everest has died becoming the fifth to die in recent days while attempting to scale the world’s tallest peak an expedition organiser said Monday Subhash Paul reached the 8849-metre (29032-foot) summit on Saturday but collapsed while descending the Hillary Step ice wall He died the following day as he was being helped down the mountain by Sherpa guides said Wangchu Sherpa of the Trekking Camp Nepal agency in Kathmandu He was among four Indians who lost contact with operators on Saturday afternoon said Loben Sherpa of the same agency which organised their expedition to Mount Everest Mount Everest AP Two other members of Paul’s team — Paresh Nath and Goutam Ghosh — have been missing since Saturday Wangchu Sherpa said it was unlikely they would be able to survive Everest’s hostile conditions Sunita Hazra the fourth member of the team had fallen sick She was resting at a camp at a safer altitude after being brought down "We have sent a helicopter to bring Sunita back We still don’t have any news on the missing two" Loben Sherpa said More than 350 climbers including 140 foreigners have successfully scaled the world’s highest peak this season after two consecutive years of deadly disasters But four other mountaineers have died in the Himalayas in the past few days A Dutch man identified by BBC as Eric Ary Arnold died Friday An Australian woman identified by ABC News as Dr Maria Strydom died hours later after suffering from altitude sickness on Everest ABC News also reported that her husband Rob Gropel was with her when she died He is safe and will soon make his way to Kathmandu Phurba Sherpa a 25-year-old Nepali guide perished Thursday reported CNN He slipped and fell 2000 metres down Mount Lhotse the world’s fourth-highest peak Another Indian climber died after falling ill while descending from Mount Dhaulagiri in the Himalayas Dozens of other climbers have developed frostbite or become sick near the summit in recent days Guides and helicopter pilots have rescued more than 30 climbers following complaints of altitude sickness and frostbite tourism official Gyanendra Shrestha said Favourable weather has allowed nearly 400 climbers to reach the summit from Nepal since 11 May but the altitude weather and harsh terrain can cause problems at any time Mountaineering is a major revenue-earner for the impoverished Himalayan nation of Nepal and trekking companies were anxious to see foreign climbers return to Everest after two years of disasters Last year’s earthquake which killed almost 9000 people threatened the future of its climbing and trekking industry Climbing attempts were largely abandoned in 2014 after an avalanche above the base camp killed 16 Sherpa guides With inputs from agencies Written by Express News Service | Shimla | Published: July 10 2012 3:33 am Related News Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Prem Kumar Dhumal on Monday said the government will soon file a review petition in the high court against the court recently approving the multi-crore Himalayan Ski village project at the Kullu valley Claiming that public mood was totally against the multi-projectpromoted by US billionaire Alfred FordDhumal told mediapersons: Let me clarify the governments position It is not the government which was opposed to the project We had held a public hearing at the project site and localsNGOs and native deities objected to the project as the people feel it is not only environmentally unsustainable but will also desecrate land? Cheema also suggested that the Central Government must share the burden of victim compensation schemes,Hayes sits down to talk about life after the Oscar award. from 9-25 February.” Shastri told Anandabazar Patrika. the head coach’s term would have been extended.by the UN.

I’m clueless if it will be an action film or a love story. “I’ve never seen the game in Europe so united against a set of proposals,legal and commercial benefits to providing universally accessible street infrastructure. Writing in The Indian Express on the ‘use and misuse of Article 356’ Seema Chisti says that once Article 356 is imposed and President’s rule declared, both younger, download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by MANASI PHADKE | Mumbai | Published: December 8, people in social networks linked to someone who successfully lost weight produced the largest total weight-loss among peers.I had to eventually be myself on screen. For a detailed coveragecheck Screen issue dated October 19 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Dhaka | Published: October 12 2017 9:01 pm The Indian team led by Manpreet Singh hardly broke a sweat during its win over Japan in its campaign opener (Source: PTI) Top News Bolstered by a dominating 5-1 win over Japan India will look to carry forward the momentum when they take on hosts Bangladesh in their second Pool A match of the men’s Asia Cup hockey tournament The Indian team led by Manpreet Singh hardly broke a sweat during its win over Japan in its campaign opener Apart from an initial set back when Japan equalised in the fourth minute India sailed through the match improvising their game hooter to hooter and rarely stumbling against the Japanese counter attack In their first tournament under a new coach India meant business and found the net in each quarter twice in the third to streamroll their less-fancied but tricky opponents SV Sunil (3rd minute) Lalit Upadhyay (22nd) Ramandeep Singh (33rd) and Harmanpreet Singh (35th and 48th) were on target India will be hoping to build on the confidence they have gained from the first match and team’s the chief coach Sjoerd Marijne hopes that his players put on an improved show against the home team tomorrow “As a coach I am always critical so I have to say I am not 100 per cent happy with how we played I believe we can do better but this was our first match and now that the team is done with shaking off the initial jitters I think we can focus on improved performance in the next game” he said Considering that Bangladesh suffered a humiliating 0-7 loss in their campaign opener against Pakistan yesterday India will start as overwhelming favourites The Indians would look to stick to their basics and execute their plans well “If we are able to do that (stick to our plans) then I don’t see why we should not win the match” Marijne who is on his first major tournament with the Indian men’s team said Sjoerd took charge of the team just last month following the sudden sacking of Roelant Oltmans Meanwhile skipper of Bangladesh Rashel Mahmud said that his team will have to put up a much better performance against India if they want to pose any fight “We did not play a good match against Pakistan and made a lot of mistakes that led them to score so many goals It was a bad start but we don’t want to let this loss affect our confidence We will comeback as a better team against India” the skipper had said after the match against Pakistan For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Published: July 9 2017 5:48 pm South Africa’s Kagiso Rabada put his finger on his lips after getting England’s Ben Stokes LBW (Source: AP) Related News Kagiso Rabada chose to stay tight-lipped figuratively and literally after getting Kagiso Rabada leg before on the fourth day of the opening Test between South Africa and England at Lord’s Bowling round the wicket the South Africa seamer came darting in and with the ball staying low he pinned the left-handed batsman lbw and that was that for Stokes – gone for 1 with wickets falling quickly in favour of South Africa But what came next was what caught attention As Stokes passed Rabada the South African put his finger to his lips and chose not to say a word – or two words – this time Walking back Stokes could only shake his head in frustration with an early exit and the possibly with the extent to which the ball stayed low The reactions comes after he was handed a suspension for the second Test following a sending-off to Stokes In the first innings Rabada told Stokes to ‘f*** off’ after dismissing him for 56 and was subsequently handed a 15 per cent fine one demerit point and the suspension An ICC statement said: “During the opening day’s play in the Lord’s Test against England on Thursday Rabada was found guilty of breaching article 217 of the ICC Code of Conduct for Player and Player Support Personnel which relates to “using language actions or gestures which disparage or which could provoke an aggressive reaction from a batsman upon his/her dismissal during an International Match” “Thursday’s incident related to Rabada using inappropriate language after dismissing England batsman Ben Stokes which were audible over the stump microphones and also resulted in the batsman to turn before walking off the field” WICKET Stokes out for 1 149/5 #ENGvSAhttp://s.tco/aoH97zJNWp pictwittercom/RV3vSMYk6R — England Cricket (@englandcricket) 9 July 2017 In the opening session on Day 4 of the opening Test England lost control of the match losing seven wickets in a matter of 43 runs As lunch break came calling England had been reduced to 182/8 with Jonny Bairstow (28*) and Mark Wood (0*) in the middle Morne Morkel (3/37) laid the foundation on Sunday morning with Rabada (2/46) Keshav Maharaj (3/65) building on it For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBangladesh detains leaders of Islamist party for militant ‘plot’ | Reuters World Reuters Oct 10 2017 22:02:50 IST Comment 0 Tweet This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed Published Date: Oct 10 2017 22:02 PM | Updated Date: Oct 10 2017 22:02 PM Tags : #Reuters Also See Written by Manika Ahuja | Chandigarh | Published: June 10 2012 2:51 am Related News The sudden hike in fuel prices seems to have had an adverse effect on the sale of petrol-run vehicles The increased price of petrol has not only proved to be a bane for automobile companies but has also affected the business of second-hand car dealers While car agencies are coming up with attractive schemes and heavy discounts to boost the sale of petrol-run vehiclessecond hand car dealers have been forced to slash prices by a minimum of 10 to 15% The exponential hike in petrol price has forced the customer to shift to diesel-run vehicles than petrol ones As a resultthere has been a serious scarcity of second-hand diesel vehicles Umpteen people are willing to sell their new petrol vehicles but no one is interested in buying them, Stan Wawrinka (Switzerland) World ranking: 3 Grand Slam titles: 3 (Australian Open 2014, For all the latest Chandigarh News.

” he added. Hats off to him and congratulations to him for what he has done as captain. However, and some were in trouble. Pihu is very happy to see Ruhi after a year. He wants Pihu to understand the importance of a family.

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