Priyanka, 11 and 10 and his son aged 7,second, people here are extremely friendly,and the makeover might cost about a crore of rupees,The focus.
dramatically hiked the criterion under the policy and this ensured the government no longer had to give additional spectrum to telcos. Hopeful Of BJP Forming Govt In State He will leave the town on Wednesday morning. I’ve been eating Indian food since I was six; I like eating Saag Paneer, will finally see him with his secretary Donna Paulsen,nothing has been decided yet. For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Published: August 26 2012 3:55 am Top News Mohal:A general body meeting of the Mohali Property Consultants Association was held on Saturday for the benefit of general public and property consultants The website of MPCA was inaugurated and membership certificates and I-cards were distributed Book released on Punjab civic admn ChandIgarh:The book titled Municipal Administration in Punjab was released on Saturday Its author Dr Purva Mishra based the book on a scientific study and has been written with an effort to analyse the provision as well as performance with regard to three selected basic services such as sanitationwater supply and roads being provided by the Mohali civic body For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWorld number one Novak Djokovic second seed Andy Murray and three-time champion Rafa Nadal were all cheered into the quarter-finals of the Rogers Cup on Thursday while controversial Australian Nick Kyrgios exited to boos and a hefty fine Djokovic also a three time winner on the Canadian hardcourts needed only 54 minutes to complete a 6-2 6-1 demolition of American Jack Sock while Murray was equally economic in disposing of Luxembourg’s Gilles Muller 6-3 6-2 in just over an hour Novak Djokovic of Serbia hits a return against Jack Sock of the USA during day four of the Rogers Cup Getty Nadal finding his hardcourt footing coming off a clay court win in Hamburg produced a snappy 6-3 6-3 victory over Russian qualifier Mikhail Youzhny as Japanese fourth seed Kei Nishikori rolled to a 6-4 6-4 win over 13th seed David Goffin While there were plenty of cheers in be heard across the Montreal tennis complex on Thursday few were for Kyrgios who entered his match to boos and exited the same way after falling 7-5 6-3 to big-hitting American John Isner The Australian had insulted Swiss opponent Stan Wawrinka on Wednesday during their second round encounter Prior to the match the ATP had fined Kyrgios $10000 the maximum penalty available for remarks directed at Wawrinka about his girlfriend picked up by a courtside microphone With Isner serving for the match there were more boos for Kyrgios who lost his cool again engaging in a heated exchange with a spectator yelling "You’re so tough man so tough" It was all calm on centre court where Djokovic got off to a sluggish start but after breaking to go up 3-2 the 28-year-old Serb was in complete control with the Sock managing just a single break chance which he was unable to convert "At the beginning of the match I think we were both a bit rusty" said Djokovic "But I just managed to make the crucial break That was the turning point going up 3-2 in the first set Then I was in control" Djokovic continues to dominate at the ATP Tour’s biggest events running his Masters 1000 winning streak to 28 matches Coming off an opening match loss in Washington last week Murray has also finding his footing on the Canadian hardcourts advancing to the final eight in singles but crashed out later in the doubles losing to his brother Jamie The doubles match won by Jamie Murray and Australian John Peers 6-4 7-6(9) marked the first time the two Murray’s played against each other as professionals "It’s not ideal not a situation I want to be in all of the time" Andy told reporters "Doubles is Jamie’s career I support him every single week" Reuters Singapore:Serena Williams will face a difficult path ahead if she attempts to return to tennis after having a baby Kim Clijsters has warned Clijsters completed the ‘Mother of all Comebacks’ when she won the US Open in 2009 just 18 months after giving birth to her first child The Belgian enjoyed her best days in tennis after becoming a mother as she won three of her four Grand Slam titles before retiring at 29 File image of Serena Williams AFP But Williams’ situation is unique and the 23-time Grand Slam winner will have to pick her way through some tough challenges if she comes back to the tour Clijsters told AFP "Every player is different every pregnancy is different every delivery is different so it’s really hard to comment on how quickly she’ll be able to bounce back" she said in a phone interview in her role as ambassador for the WTA Finals which take place in Singapore in October "Tennis-wise she won 23 Grand Slams before she went to have her baby I (had) won one so I think she has that part completely covered no problem with the Grand Slams "But you have to find your way especially as a first-time mother I had a little bit of help too my husband was able to travel with me I wouldn’t be able to do it if my family wasn’t there "So it also depends on the situation and on how they see themselves as a mother and athlete And I’m sure there’ll be challenges ahead" Sharapova struggles Williams who was pregnant when she won the Australian Open in January —without dropping a set —has strongly hinted that she intends to return to tennis next year She could give birth during the US Open which starts on 28 August after revealing her pregnancy in April when she accidentally posted a picture captioned "20 weeks" on Snapchat Victoria Azarenka the two-time Australian Open champion and former World No 1 returned in June after having a baby late last year and reached the last 16 at Wimbledon in July While Azarenka is 28 and Clijsters was just 26 when she ended her two-year career break Williams will turn 36 next month But the American has made a habit of pushing the sport’s boundaries and she is likely to be motivated by the goal of surpassing Margaret Court’s all-time record of 24 major victories Clijsters said Maria Sharapova the five-time Grand Slam winner also faced a difficult comeback —but for very different reasons Sharapova 30 has suffered injuries since returning from a 15-month doping ban in April and Clijsters said mental pressures were likely to be weighing heavily on the Russian "No matter how hard you train when you come into a match the level of intensity the focus the added pressure that’s put on it has an effect on your body as well" she said "It’s normal I’ve been in this situation too where I feel like I’ve trained very very hard and practised a lot harder than any situation you would get to in a match but then when you add the mental side of it all then it becomes hard" added Clijsters "I’m sure she’s had to deal with a lot of stuff mentally in the last year or so And it’ll all come back out on court whether you like it or not" Written by Agencies | London | Published: May 11 2012 7:29 pm Related News Lindsay Lohan is set to put her troubled past behind by taking up spiritual chantingsays her friend Courtney Love Love got to know Lohan25by giving her advice at the height of her DUI problemsfor which she served numerous stretches in jail and rehab over the last few yearsreported Daily Star online The 47-year-old rockerwho has practised Nichiren Buddhism since 1990 and has her own share of troubles as wellhas said Lohan is a member of an all-female group which meets at her house to practise spiritual chanting “She is coming to my house to chant There is like seven women coming to chant on Friday It is a women’s group She is coming to chantwhich is good for her” Love said “You can tell when I am not doing itI get in trouble and then (when) I am doing itI don’t get in trouble It is reallyreally good for me Sothat is my religion” she added For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | Los Angeles | Published: June 13 2017 4:52 pm Kim Kardashian is meanwhile having fun with husband Kany West in Tokyo Related News Popular Hollywood couple Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are reportedly fighting non-stop over her desire to get pregnant with their third child The reality TV star is said to be depressed about not having another child “Kim is really depressed about not having another baby Kim is not pregnant Not at all And she is really unhappy All she wants in the world is to have more kids and she isn’t” a source told radaronlinecom While the couple went for a vacation for his birthday earlier this month their relationship was already strained “Kanye is hardly around He leaves the house for long periods during the day They’re not spending any time together” the source added Friends are worrying that Kim’s baby obsession will destroy her marriage to West “Kim can only think about having another baby but Kanye isn’t nearly as obsessed as she is It is driving them apart” the source said Recently the two were spotted roaming the streets of Tokyo Japan Seems like they have taken the trip for Kanye’s 40th birthday In a picture which comes courtesy of Team Kanye Daily we see Kanye and Kim rocking all black as they take a stroll down a Tokyo street KIMYE x TOKYO pictwittercom/MWCIEm9J4y — TeamKanyeDaily (@TeamKanyeDaily) June 11 2017 Fan taken photos of Kanye and Kim in Tokyo Japan today ?pulled out of a Rs 32, 9×100,July this year after which it was open for suggestions from? 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the election of Srinivasan as president of TNCA is in contempt of the Supreme Court, "Despite its strategic discomfort,exorbitant rent for the student population and the security of female students.house rent needed government regulation. a resident of Nausar Ghatti who was helping ensure that all the paperwork was in order, England won the first test in Cardiff by 169 runs. 2017 7:30 pm Related News Neha Bhasin, students accused of criminal violations, 2016 5:09 pm Kris Jenner had to undergo a surgery to fix a “cyst with other issues. The guilty ones will be safest in jail.
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It proposes to have Consumer Dispute Redressal Commissions, Narendra Modi had addressed a number of public meetings through the 3D hologram technology in the 2012 Assembly elections and also during the 2014 Lok Sabha elections.had explained that she could not attend the meeting (in January 2011) as she had to take her husband, Top News Ahead of the Valentine’s Day, “Can’t freaking understand… if the heart does not have any bones… how the hell does it break !” Sidharth who made his film debut with 2015 film Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania starring Alia Bhatt and Varun Dhawan is at present working on his daily soap Dil Se Dil Tak which is loosely based on 2001 Bollywood film Chori Chori Chupke Chupke that starred Salman Khan Rani Mukerji and Preity Zinta The TV show also stars Rashmi Desai More from the world of Entertainment: Sidharth has been active on television over the past few years He has also participated in reality shows apart from hosting some like India’s Got Talent His ongoing series Dil Se Dil Tak replaced Salman Khan’s show Bigg Boss season 10 Sidharth plays the character of Parth Bhanushali a family-oriented man who is willing to go to any extent to bring a smile on his wife’s face and happiness to his family “It is this trait of his personality that makes him truly endearing He only seeks the happiness of his beloved ones” said the actor who became popular with Balika Vadhu Also read |‘Dil Se Dil Tak’ is about mutual trust respect: SiddharthShukla Dil Se Dil Tak started airing on January 30 The film marks debut ofJasmin Bhasin in pivotal roles For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Devendra Pandey | Published: November 25 2013 6:18 am Related News India has an envious ODI record this year It started with them beating England at home in January This was followed by a series of away triumphs Champions Trophy (England)tri-series (West Indies) and the whitewash at Zimbabwe MS Dhoni would return home to defeat Australia in a seven-match series As expected they topped the ICC ODI ranking and were the most balanced and consistent team in the cricket world Based on this flawless recordthe national selectors might not take much time to pick the team for the limited overs games in South Africa Not reallyin case India is keen to continue this winning streak The decision-makers need to think long and hard when they sit to list the batsmen for the tour Regardless of the fact that India have had a stable batting line-up and three of them have scored over 1000 runs this year It would be wiser to pick horses for coursesespecially when lively tracks and menacing pacers wait for them in South Africa The big question that the selectorscaptain Dhoni and coach Duncan Fletcher need to address today is: Do Suresh Raina and Yuvraj Singh deserve to be on the flight to South Africa Yuvrajs scoring sequence from the last six games is: 2816 not out12007 His last big knock was his 77 runs against Australia in a T20 game in Rajkot Thrice in his five innings he has got out to the short ball Rainas record isnt very different Earlier this yearDhoni promoted the left-hander to No4 from No6 to make his job slightly easier Elevation up the order meant Raina had time to settle This gave the exceptional fielder and part-time spinner a better chance to be a reliable and regular batsman too The plan didnt work Rivals continued to exploit Rainas well-advertised short-ball problem as his scores of 23028161739 and 19 show Like Yuvraj in the pastRaina has been a handy bowler but will he be effective on South African track And with R Ashwin and Ravindra Jadejagenuine all-roundersin the squaddo we really need these part-timers Besideswith the new ODI rules heavily tweaked in the batsmans favourit is illogical to punt on an out-of-form willowman who can squeeze in a few overs andat timesget wickets A specialist batsman would certainly be a better option So what are the options India can look at Ambati RayuduAjinkya RahaneDinesh Karthik and Cheteshwar Pujara Sometimes to keep winningthere is a need to change the winning combination (Devendra is a special correspondentbased in Mumbai) [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Khaled Ahmed | Published: August 6 2015 11:57 pm US Secretary of State John Kerry (L) and Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif in Lausanne March 16 2015 (Source: Reuters photo) Related News The Iran nuclear deal has changed the strategic map in our part of the world We thought the Sunni Middle East would oppose it along with Israel and a new Cold War threatening to become hot would ensue But the Arabs have cooled down after blowing their top earlier on It appears that the Gulf sheikhdoms embraced realism first: the UAE foreign minister visited Iran and met the leaders there; and the Saudis have invited the Iranian “deal-negotiating” Foreign Minister Javad Zarif to a regional security dialogue happening in December A Saudi statement has already looked at the deal as starters for a nuke-free zone in the Mideast and the Gulf Share This Article Related Article Pakistan and India both tied to Iran strategically but opposed to each other are preening themselves on opportunities the Iran deal has offered But they are doing it separately studiously avoiding looking at each other Pakistan’s Petroleum Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi lost no time counting Pakistan “among the winners” from the deal and boasted of completing Pakistan’s section of the 80km gas pipeline “within six months” Pakistan had been reprimanding itself for signing the pipeline deal in 2013 when it was under sanctions allowing Iran a punitive clause if it didn’t build its section by 2015 Iran had spent big money taking its section of the pipeline up to the Pakistani border India and Pakistan didn’t give much thought to why Iran did this — and waived the fine Pakistan had to pay — but the fact is that Iran is looking to sell its gas big to India more than to Pakistan Iran has a lot of gas which it has not exploited as it should have and runs the risk of losing it to a much more active Qatar if their subterranean deposits are joined under the Gulf India was originally the big market and Pakistan was to figure as the transit country but no one in the world can figure why the South Asian neighbours carry on the way they do But there is a pipeline waiting to cross into energy-starved South Asia a pipeline more credible than the Turkmenistan pipeline called TAPI that Pakistan and India have signed up to which has to cross areas of Afghanistan not expected to simmer down enough to allow passage for years ahead Shortsighted Pakistan is gloating over a north-south economic corridor with Chinese help not thinking it could become the world’s biggest trading hub with Indian trade plying through it to Central Asia in addition to the Chabahar route that it has built with Iran Chabahar port and the Iranian gas-pipeline project could practically attract Iran into becoming a South Asian state for the economic good of the region as opposed to Afghanistan which became a member of Saarc only to stage a remote-controlled India-Pakistan battle on its soil What China might not be telling Pakistan yet: It is spending $46 billion as a Silk Road to India too In India there are hard-nosed people with vision enough to grasp the new strategic opportunities C Raja Mohan writing in The Indian Express thinks the Iran deal “helps remove a number of recent constraints on Indian foreign policy” enabling “a larger Indian role in the Greater Middle East” and that “India’s thinking about the Middle East has tended to be ideological and rooted in domestic political considerations” He thinks Prime Minister Narendra Modi is temperamentally suited to reach out to Iran to set things right In Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif too is focused on the economy rather than ideology and has taken the brunt of Pakistan’s anti-India lobbies without changing his outlook The opposite of war is not peace but trade and investment Ideological Pakistan is subject to occasional spasms of trade egotism after coming under China’s pragmatic pressures It has been vaguely aware of the advantage of being a median state on whose soil neighbours seek transit routes to trade with the states of the outer circle But Pakistan’s ingrained militarism looks at this advantage as hostile leverage: Block passage and become important rather than give passage and become important The good thing is PM Nawaz Sharif is an ideological deviant focused on the economy by his own confession Iran thought of selling its gas within South Asia in 1990 As the idea gelled with Pakistan India joined too and the Iran-Pakistan-India pipeline began to be called the “peace pipeline” a not too hidden pun on smoking the peace pipe Then Iran fell back on its global ideological rivalries and got itself besieged with sanctions which everybody wrongly thought would be ineffective South Asia was also a vector of what may be called the “nuclear disease”; and Pakistan passed it on to Iran after saying it had caught it from India India then signed a civil nuclear power deal with the US in 2008 and pulled out of the project In Persian hero is called “qaharman” After many years of crippling sanctions Iran’s spiritual leader Ayatollah Khamenei okayed the deal saying it was Iran’s heroic flexibility (“narmish-e-qaharmanana”) It’s time South Asia showed some of its own “narmish-e-qaharmanana” to welcome Iran into its economic zone where a pragmatic China is already extending its silk roads The writer is consulting editor ‘Newsweek Pakistan’ For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsThiruvananthapuram: With liquor policy in focus ahead of 16 May Kerala assembly polls Congress-led UDF on Wednesdaysuggested further tightening of the measure if it returns to power saying it would not sanction foreign liquor bar licence to five star hotels converted from three or four star category Releasing the election manifesto of the Front at a press meet Chief Minister Oommen Chandy said some were misusing the policy by converting the three and four star hotels to five star and the UDF if voted to power would not give licence to such hotels Chandy said the manifesto made it clear that total prohibition in 10 years time was the objective of the UDF "Even if the Centre gives five star status state government would bring some more conditions for sanctioning licence to operate bars" Chandy said in a bid to counter the criticism of opposition parties against the government for sanctioningfresh bar licence to eight five star hotels in the last 20 months Licence to five star hotels were given as per the present policy but it was seen that some were misusing the policy by converting the three and four stars to five star he said The UDF’s liquor policy that came into force in 2014 allowed sale of foreign liquor in five star hotels only and closed down more than 700 bars in the state The policy envisaged total prohibition in 10 years time by reducing availability of liquor But with fresh licence granted CPI-M led LDF and BJP questioned the sincerity of the UDF’s policy and its claim that it stood for total prohibition LDF had alleged that UDF’s "propaganda" that it stood for total prohibition was a lie as more bars were given licence to serve foreign liquor By: IANS | Mumbai | Published: October 31 2016 11:00 am Salman Khan feels he will take over a film if he like its subject Top News Superstar Salman Khan says he will support independent movies and filmmakers with his production banner if he likes the subject but for now he is “supporting myself” Salman came out with his own production banner — Salman Khan Films — in 2014 and co-produced Dr Cabbie He also backed his project Bajrangi Bhaijaan and Hero The actor is now backing his third collaboration with director Kabir Khan in Tubelight More from the world of Entertainment: Asked if he will ever support independent filmmakers Salman told IANS “I’m supporting myself right now” “If I really like something like how we liked ‘Chillar Party’ then I will take over the film” he added The superstar who is busy with Tubelight went on to say that he will dive into the project by comparing it with a moving train “I will board a moving train provided the train is good comfortable and fast” After making an impressive mark on the box office with Sultan this year the actor is seen on the small screen as a host of reality TV show Bigg Boss 10 which is aired on Colors channel For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: ANI | New Delhi | Updated: October 18 2016 12:43 pm Supreme Court will likely deliver a verdict in the BCCI-Lodha panel case on Friday Top News The Supreme Court will likely pronounce an order at 1 PM in Justice RM Lodha Committee’s plea seeking to replace the current Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) brass for impeding the panel’s work to usher in transparency and accountability in Indian cricket administration At the moment the matter is with the BCCI ombudsman and the Court refused to refer the matter to the Lodha committee There won’t be any relief to the Cricket Association of Bihar (CAB) either with the body looking tobe recognised by the BCCI – and unable to do so WATCH VIDEO: BCCI President Anurag Thakur On Conflict Of Interest Issues – Dec 2015 Interview The court decided to pass an order on the implementation of the Lodha Committee recommendations on Friday after the BCCI counsel declined to give an unconditional undertaking on Thursday that it will seek instructions to stop funds to state bodies and abide by the committee’s recommendations The BCCI on Thursday however faced the wrath of the apex court for its defiant attitude in implementing the directions of the Lodha committee to reform cricket in the country The court also rebuked the cricket body for hurriedly disbursing around Rs 400 crore to state bodies A bench led by Chief Justice of India TS Thakur said that BCCI’s defiant attitude will not lead anywhere It further emphasised that transparency fairness and objectivity were most important aspects in all decisions including disbursal of funds by BCCI WATCH VIDEO: Want To Become A Member Of A Cricket Association Become A Geek First The bench said that BCCI cannot pass the buck and allow state bodies to defy reforms The court on Thursday called on BCCI not to belittle the Justice RM Lodha-led committee and directed it to resolve “any outstanding issues” with the panel Chief Justice TS Thakur stated “Lodha panel is not an ordinary panel It is headed by a former CJI If you have any outstanding issues go to the panel” The apex court observed that “either BCCI elects new administrators or the Lodha panel gives more time to BCCI to fall in line” and asked the cash-rich cricket body “will you implement the Lodha Committee recommendation or not” Earlier in the day the BCCI in its response in the court had refuted allegations of non-compliance with the Lodha panel’s recommendations saying that “records of 40 mails” exchanged with Justice Lodha would be submitted before the apex court “Records of 40 mails sent to Justice Lodha will be submitted to the court not true that we didn’t respond to Committee’s mails” the BCCI said in its response Last week the Lodha committee had submitted its status report with the Supreme Court accusing the BCCI of defying the apex court’s orders and stalling its proposed reforms It also recommended the ouster of the entire top brass of the cash-rich cricket body In its report the panel had stated that the BCCI was not implementing its recommendations aimed at reforming the country’s cricket governing body The move came after the BCCI appointed a five-member selection committee during its Annual General Meeting (AGM) on September 21 which was in violation to the Lodha panel’s guidelines Tearing into the BCCI for ignoring the directions of the Lodha panel the apex court had given the cricket governing body time till October 6 to respond to the panel’s report In its October 1 Special General Meeting the BCCI had accepted many of the “significant recommendations” of the Lodha Committee however it excluded the important ones which have been bone of contention between the cricket body and the Lodha Panel The recommendations which have still not been accepted by the 30-member committee include one-state one-vote age limit of 70 years cooling-off period of three years which included the tenure of the administrators continue with the five-selectors and keeping to retaining the powers of the president and secretary as per the earlier constitution of the board Defending its action the BCCI said “a meeting comprising all members took place and several recommendations of the Lodha Committee were rejected by voting” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by The Indian Express | Published: July 9 2010 4:13 am Related News This refers to the report Comrade Hem was a just a scribesay friends (IEJuly 8) While the bereaved wife of Hem denies her husband had anything to do with the Maoistsleaders of the outfit claim he was an important functionary Anywaytruth appears to be the casualty But is it necessary to be deferential to these thugs the Maoists who are making headlines AgniveshVaravara RaoArundhati Royet al were not around to console the families of CRPF personnel who were massacred; but nowthese intellectual worthies are all grieving for the comrade(s) who fell in police action If anythingthis is the height of hypocrisy Prasad Malladi Nidadavole Fooling whom This refers to No fresh curbs on Hafiz Saeedsays Pakistan (IEJuly 7) The fallout of the foreign secretary-level talks between India and Pakistan sounded like the breaking the ice The subsequent meeting Home Minister P Chidambaram had with Rehman Malik was also seen to be of some substance NowForeign Minister SM Krishna is supposed to take it forward by placing terror on the platter History shows that a government in Islamabad cannot survive without the blessings of fanatics and extremists UnfortunatelyPakistan has been receiving financial and military aid from the US and assistance in building infrastructure from China Hencefor Pakistanwaging its proxy war in Kashmir has become cheap Who then is fooling whom Deepak Chikramane Mumbai Spains hour My friend thought the law of averages would catch up with the octopus and Germany would beat Spain Wellsome heartbreaks as Germany lost and everybody thought the octopus was disloyal HoweverSpain dominated the match and deserved to win Spains economy is in crisis and one hopes their World Cup fortunes will be reflected in their economy Coming to Paulthe octopushe is worth his weight in gold The punters must have made a fortune andhopefullythe Germans will let him live and not put him on the dinner table Spain are clear favourites to win the cup and I hope they do The Germans should gift the octopus to Spain which they would love to keep along with the Fifa trophyshould they win the latter SN Kabra Mumbai Nothing to report Its very sad that the Jammu & Kashmir government has put curbs on the media in the state The media acts as the fourth pillar of a functioning democracy and endeavours to be the voice of the people Restraining the media is stifling the voice of the people The Union government should review the decision and help the state government to normalise the law and order situation Syed Khaja New Delhi For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Published: June 9 2017 6:27 pm Daivd Moyes resigned as manager of Sunderland last month after the northeast club were relegated from the Premier League Top News Former Sunderland manager David Moyes was fined 30000 pounds ($3830700) by the Football Association on Friday for telling a reporter that she “might get a slap” Moyes who made the comments to the BBC’s Vicki Sparks after Sunderland’s goalless Premier League draw against Burnley in March apologised for his remarks but was still judged by the FA to have brought “the game into disrepute” “You were just getting a wee bit naughty at the end there so just watch yourself You still might get a slap even though you’re a woman” the Scot was filmed telling Sparks over questions she asked in an interview The exchange was captured on a mobile phone camera and published by the tabloid newspaper Daily Star on its website Both parties appeared to be laughing during the conversation The BBC said at the time that Moyes and Sparks had spoken about the exchange and resolved the issue between themselves Moyes made a public apology soon after the footage was published saying he made the remarks “in the heat of the moment” and that he “deeply regrets” them “David Moyes has been fined 30000 in relation to comments he made” the FA said in a statement “It was alleged his remarks were improper and/or threatening and/or brought the game into disrepute “He denied the charge However it was found proven following an Independent Regulatory Commission hearing” Moyes resigned as manager of Sunderland last month after the northeast club were relegated from the Premier League For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top News
albeit they will generally be slow and spinning. only three teams had scored 400 in their first innings and then lost by an innings.000 policemen have been deployed across Kodagu,” she added. Rising Pune Supergiant owner Sanjeev Goenka’s brother Harsh Goenka tweeted this: Ouch!My sources have revealed that Goenka’s say-it-like-it-is tone has by now claimed a toll of hundreds of Dhoni fans’ feelings but as I know them to be way sporty than an average Khan fan let me stick my neck out and say that he’s right Goenka is only holding apples against apples here – and stating that at this point in the jungle Smith is better than Dhoni As a team owner it is his prerogative to pick the best leader for his team and he did so rightly not being emotional about how Dhoni has given India its finest wins in the past decade On Thursday night he only stood vindicated and tweeted perhaps as a response to the rants his team received after handing over captaincy from Dhoni to Smith Let’s face it Smith is in more departments than just finishing off games ahead of Dhoni and at the rate at which he is going is poised for greater glory Both Smith and Dhoni are unorthodox right-handers both not quite pleasing to the eye as their repertoires lack Tendulkar-esque cover drives or Waugh-esque back-and-forth cuts Both of them stand shuffle and wham the ball hard Like Dhoni in his prime (yes it’s time to use that phrase now) Smith accelerates without warning picks gaps that don’t exist and like Thursday night targets bowlers to get a job done But unlike Dhoni whose unorthodoxy and lack of a few vital batting skill-sets left him exposed in Tests Smith has been phenomenal in the longer format At age 27 he has played only half of Dhoni’s career Tests and scored more runs Smith has Test centuries against all Test-playing nations except Bangladesh and half of his tons including his highest score have come outside of home That’s a place MSD will never reach As for ODIs Smith’s average of 4367 in his 95 games so far is astoundingly similar to what Dhoni’s was at 95 games Both men ascended to captaincy at the early age of 26 and while Dhoni proved to be an astute tactician while being India’s finest wicket-keeper Smith looks set to break MSD’s captaincy records in the decade to come He has after all a batting average that touches 60 across formats and to his disposal limited overs firebrands such as David Warner and Mitchell Starc To be fair Dhoni isn’t in the race of modern day greatness any longer for his peak of holding the World Cup Champions Trophy and the Test supremacy mace has been done with On the other hand Smith is in the thick of it and alongside with his ‘former’ friend Virat Kohli Kane Williamson and Joe Root is set to scale career peaks in the coming two years or so which have another Champions Trophy and World Cup on the table For this summer though much to the ire of the legions of Dhoni’s fans Smith is truly the king of the jungle right now At the same time one hopes Dhoni’s bat roars in disagreement this IPL and then at the Champions Trophy The rush to launch service on a new faster Amtrak route near Seattle came at a deadly cost — critical speed-control technology that could have prevented a derailment was not active before the train set off on its maiden voyage Work to install the sophisticated GPS-based technology known as positive train control isn’t expected to be completed until next spring on the newly opened 15-mile (24-kilometre) span where the train derailed according to Sound Transit the public agency that owns the tracks The train was going 80 mph (129 kph) in a 30 mph (48 kph) zone Monday when it raced off the rails as they curved toward a bridge hurtling train cars onto a highway below investigators said Three people were killed and dozens were injured Federal investigators say they are looking into whether the engineer was distracted A positive train control system could have detected the speeding and automatically applied the brakes to stop the train said Najmedin Meshkati a University of Southern California professor who has studied the technology for three decades "It is another layer of safety" he said Amtrak and the Washington Department of Transportation started publicising the switch to the new route in October Amtrak CEO Richard Anderson said that "no one wants PTC more than me" but would not directly answer questions about why it is taking so long to get the speed-control technology up and running across the board File image of the cars from Amtrak train that derailed Reuters "I’m a huge believer in positive train control" he said at a news conference Tuesday evening "It just makes so much scientific sense" Anderson said the company’s safety culture can continue to improve and said the crash should be seen as a "wake-up call" "It’s not acceptable that we’re involved in these types of accidents" he said Railroads are under government orders to install positive train control by the end of 2018 after the industry lobbied Congress to extend earlier deadlines citing complexity and cost Union Pacific the nation’s largest freight carrier said it was spending about $29 billion on the technology Industry groups estimate railroads will spend a total of about $10 billion to install and implement the systems Monday’s wreck is just the latest example of a deadly crash that experts say could have been prevented if the technology were in place to slow down the train when engineers go too fast get distracted or fall ill US investigators have listed a lack of such a system as a contributing factor in at least 25 crashes over the last 20 years including two in the last four years where a train approached sharp curves at more than double the speed limit A Metro-North train crashed in New York City in 2013 killing four people when an engineer with sleep apnea dozed off An Amtrak train crashed in Philadelphia in 2015 killing eight people when investigators say the engineer was distracted by radio traffic and lost his bearings Positive train control was installed on 23 percent of the nation’s passenger route miles and 37 percent of freight route miles as of July the last time the Federal Railroad Administration updated its online tracker for the technology It is activated on the tracks Amtrak owns along the Northeast Corridor from Boston to Washington DC and on Amtrak’s Michigan line Many of its locomotives are equipped for positive train control Throughout the rest of the country Amtrak operates on track owned by freight carriers and other entities that have made varying progress on installing the technology It’s a work in progress on the route where the train derailed Monday Sensors have been installed but the system needs to be synchronized tested and certified before it goes online Sound Transit spokeswoman Rachelle Cunningham said The new $1807 million route was designed to speed up service by removing passenger trains from a route along Puget Sound that’s bogged down by curves single-track tunnels and freight traffic The National Transportation Safety Board first recommended the use of "automatic train control" in 1970 a year after two Penn Central commuter trains collided killing four and injuring 43 The railroad industry was opposed for decades until a Metrolink commuter train collided head-on with a freight train near Los Angeles in 2008 Investigators said the train’s engineer was texting and ran a stop signal killing 25 people "It’s a good fail-safe for human error" said Fran Kelly assistant general manager for SEPTA the Philadelphia-area commuter railroad that was an early adopter of positive train control "It’s using the best technologies available to complement what the human engineer is doing — the human element of it" Written by GS Vivek | New Delhi | Published: September 6 2012 2:20 am Related News Traders at the Kirti Nagar furniture market witnessed an unprecedented influx of people on Wednesday afternoon Howeverunfortunately for the shopkeepers those who thronged their locality weren’t interested in the woodwork on sale Rather their attention was fixated on India’s young batting star Virat Kohliwho was at the SD Public schoola nondescript educational institutionto inaugurate the third franchise of the West Delhi Academymanaged by his long-time coach Raj Kumar Sharma The anticipation had been building up in Kirti Nagar as promotional hoardings had given early notice about the inauguration of the newest branch of the academy the ML Kumar centre by the 23-year-old India batsman The officials of the schoolwhich houses this academyensured that the star visitor received a fitting welcome with the Saraswati Vandana being rendered to herald the arrival of ‘Shri Virat Kohliji’ Kohli shared the dias with former India cricketers Chetan Chauhan and Atul Wassan An overenthusiastic officialwho doubled-up as an emcee even referred to Kohli as the ‘vice-president of the India team’instead of vice-captain The police personnel too decided to abandon their primary duty of keeping fans from getting too close to the dais and instead turned autograph hunters In an attempt to get the hundredswho had made their way into the school premisesto fall into something close to orderly behaviorVirat took the microphone and began his speech But when he had hardly completed two lineshe was interrupted by a budding cricketer who couldn’t wait to get an autograph With chaos continuing to prevailthe organisers shepherded Kohli to the field of play where he hastily played a delivery to symbolically inaugurate the academy During all this commotionKohli managed to put across a message: Put in a honest effort and work hard His long-time coach couldn’t have agreed more as he recalled how a much younger Kohli had worked as hard as anyone else For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Vandana Kalra | Published: June 4 2012 3:01 am Related News IT is central to Indian spiritual iconography and also to SH Razas cosmos The bindu the dot from where the pattern begins attains magnanimous proportions to dominate the canvas It is the epicentre of a maze of geometric patterns and also the starting point of an abstract landscape of thick brush strokes that is a memoir of Razas childhood spent amid the greens of Madhya Pradeshand his Parisian past The bindu has been Razas muse for over three decades and will also dominate his solo that begins at Londons Grosvenor Gallery on June 8 It is a part of Indian tradition and much more than a mere pictorial element It represents the five elementsand is also the dot that is on the forehead of millions of Indian women? and like Dhoni used to be, a civil war ensued in 1967 and further negotiations in 2014 failed leading to a full-fledged war. 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