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The film details the travels of a harrowed mahout who is in search of his elephant who has just gone missing. While Sakshi became the fourth Indian woman, One job in every home,” he said. Also read: Reliance Jio 4G SIM activation: Here is what the experience was like Samsung smartphones: If you have a high-end Samsung smartphone such as the Galaxy S7, says Dey, "They sacrificed so much because they considered the people of India as their family.

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which had members from MNRE, Amy said: “Probably Nawaz (Nawazuddin) because I’ll learn my Hindi quickly then. “That it will be the last derby at the Calderon makes it exciting and special. the three critical risks of a higher fiscal deficit — higher inflation,K. while Yoshida has won 13 world titles. He hammered a sparkling knock of 159 runs to put Ludhiana into a commanding position.welcome in all national and international amateur events,former Asian Games silver-medallist Manpreet Singh has decided to take the plunge after one of Indian boxing’s biggest employers — the Services Sports Control Board (SSCB) — allowed its pugilists to compete on the circuit In a move that could set a precedent for otherinstitutional boards which are wary of letting boxersemployed with them compete on the professional circuit SSCB has finally relented “The SSCB and the Army Sports Control Board have allowedtheir boxers to compete in the professional circuit This movecame about because of Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar’s intervention He has sanctioned this decision” Brig P K Muralidharan Raja President of the Indian Boxing Council a licensing body for professional boxers revealed Brig Raja is here to meet officials of the Boxing Federation of India (BFI) to forge a “harmonious” equation with the national governing body for amateur boxers It is to be noted that AIBA after a recent meeting inLondon decided to allow professional boxers to compete in national events after the Olympic doors were thrown open for them earlier this year With the SSCB letting its boxers go professional at least four have taken the plunge Prominent among them is Manpreet who won the heavyweightsilver medal in the 2010 Asian Games He will compete in the cruiserweight on the pro circuit Also deciding to go professional is Som Bahadur Pun aformer Commonwealth Games silver-medallist Pun had beenrendered inactive owing to his ill-health Pun will be competing in the super middleweight category Joining him will be Sanjay Kolte a former world cadetsilver-medallist who won a gold medal at the 2010 World Millitary Games Kolte is also a multiple-time national champion and will be competing in the lightweight division Another name to join the professional bandwagon from the SSCB stable would be Santosh Harijan (super featherweight) “We had also requested for Suranjoy Singh but he is right now the chief coach of Navy and that has not quite worked out” Brig Raja said Speaking about how a professional boxing body would forgea working equation with BFI Brig Raja said “Given that AIBA has now broken all barriers for professional boxers it wouldbe good to have a larger pool of boxers to choose from The senior guys will have the option of turning pro so that theyoungsters get enough chances of proving their mettle And during trials both pros and amateurs can be pited against each other from where the best can go on to represent India” “All boxers tied up with IBC will be available for BFI They can take a call” he added The BFI on its part has already declared that it is not averse to letting professionals in after AIBA’s waiver “We obviously want a huge pool to pick from so when theAIBA has allowed professionals we will see how they can beassimilated” BFI President Ajay Singh had stated on theopening day of the ongoing National Championships For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Shivani Naik | Rio De Janeiro | Updated: August 3 2016 10:51 am The Olympic park in Rio de Janeiro Brazil (Source: Reuters) Top News BRAZILIANS don’t mind stripping down to the barest bikini silhouettes and strapping feathers on their heads as they shake and stir on the streets of Rio each Carnival Why should their Olympics be any more diffident Never self-conscious always intrepid Brazil is taking it on its chin the ugly criticism and painful appraisals of their preparedness before they reveal their beautiful selves to the gaping 4 billion expected viewership that will tune into this Olympics For no one doubts that come August 5 Rio will put on a spectacular show — at half the effort of the conscious self-effacing humour of London and perhaps half the money splurged by Beijing four years prior On the eve of South America’s first ever Olympics Rio is hoping for the storm of starting jitters to blow over “I don’t see any foreigners coming to Brazil because we are very well organised like the Japanese People come here to relax to have a sense of freedom to express themselves” said Agberto Guimares executive director of sport in the Rio Olympic Committee Unlike former 800m champion Sebastian Coe who helmed the London Games and aged 20 years in the process Guimares isn’t sweating the stuff — small or big — too much There’s nothing ostentatious at the Rio airport that pretends to welcome the world with fake smiles In fact Sao Paulo a southern stopover almost seems oblivious to what’s happening in the host city going about its mad rush of domestic travellers like it’s just another weekend The Australians came and blew their lids at the first sighting of an under-prepared athletes’ village But the Brazilians simply shrugged their shoulders accepted it was under-cooked and went about the repairs No offence-taking at the first world’s tantrum-throwing happened The Russians meanwhile are sitting at home and frothing in rage at the authorities’ blow-hot-blow-cold efforts at policing the doping menace that has kept some of them away from the Olympics And golfers and tennis players have lined up neat sundry reasons to avoid what they might have always intended to avoid — an out-of-season jaunt away from the calendar The Brazilians aren’t really losing sleep over that either: the bevy of volunteers at the airport admitted how they didn’t hold back their giggles when Usain Bolt arrived and a day later Rafael Nadal quietly fetched up This is sporting love in the time of Zika and most Brazilians would have you believe that they’ll gladly welcome the bold ones who come undeterred but hold no grudges against those who fail to show up In its scale and general tenor Rio 2016 is playing out like a sepia staccato film of the Olympics of the 70s and 80s For one there’s no last-minute whitewashing or artificial landscaping of roads leading to the Games And Brazil — one of the world’s most optimistic economies of the last two decades now wracked by recession and political flux — isn’t bending over backwards to make some statement of their emergence It’s a host country that’s willing to look ugly truths in the eye — the Zika virus the Guanamara bay pollution the political instability the economic slump protests terror worries doping dreads and the harsh assessment by complaining visitors “Yes we could have been more prepared and turned out better But we’ve done the best given the prevailing conditions” said a middle-aged volunteer Simone a lifelong resident of Rio adding that it will all be sorted once the Games start They are expecting communications to be erratic through the fortnight and tech teams aren’t beating themselves up over tomato red English faces turning more crimson every minute with each passing botch-up That the host nation speaks Portuguese seems to have calmed down everyone involved in a resigned-to-fate manner or a “susegad” sort of way that tourists lull themselves into in Goa In sport too Brazil is reprising the 50s through 90s taking this opportunity to celebrate Pele and Ayrton Senna not Olympics celebrities exactly but men unequivocally adored for what they did for sport and their country There’s “saudade” a vague feeling of melancholic nostalgia for the joy the two (and Guga Kuerten another man Brazilians can’t stop loving) brought to the nation — there are endless documentaries and grainy TV reruns on sports channels — even as beauty and the ugliness of life continue to wrestle each other like a pillow-fighting couple There’s acceptance that this is way bigger than the football World Cup — marked from the admission that this might not go as smooth And there’s hope though that pain will pave the way for pretty memories as the Games unfoldSuper model Giselle Bundchen is expected to be part of the opening ceremony and a leaked tidbit of her getting mugged as part of a skit on Rio’s notorious streets got panned despite its tangential attempt at heroising police who are expected to assure security to visitors The Brits flung an actor playing the Queen at their opening do four years ago to the strains of 007 and had her saved by James Bond It takes getting used to — military police pointing guns out of grim-coloured vehicles and sirens of federal police beeping from street corners — but Brazil’s having a go It’s a country that expects the rancorous English-speaking world to go berserk pointing to bad plumbing and dirty nooks of the Games Village But given that very little about sport — not the institutional doping not the Cold War-like West vs Russia doping slang match not the gargantuan MNC sponsorships or the high-profile golf pullouts — has remained remotely amateurish to justify the principles of the Games it’s just as well that Brazil puts its foot down and announces we-are-like-this-only Mayor Eduardo Paes has learnt his lessons from the pre-World Cup panning and is the first on the TV to announce problems before the media blares them out Brazilians are rejecting Olympics as a make-believe bubble of everything’s okay-ness Yes there will be bad plumbing poor broadband head-splitting telecommunications and abysmal dirt in some corner of the athlete’s village — the rest of Rio and its celebrated favelas are like that But there will also be song and dance And no one does that better than the hip-swaying Cariocas At best the world can say a little prayer for them and hope to wing it Like the Malawi athlete who was so delirious to have made it to Rio that he surprised the welcome ceremony delegates by showing his moves from the original African Samba For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsAbu Dhabi: Novak Djokovic and Stan Wawrinka are due to make their competitive return after six months out injured in Abu Dhabi in December The formerWorld No 1shave not played since Wimbledon with Djokovic nursing a long-term elbow problem and Wawrinka undergoing knee surgery File image of Novak Djokovic AFP They will join among others Rafael Nadal in the 28-30 December Mubadala World Tennis Championship organisers of the exhibition tournament announced on Tuesday Twelve-time Grand Slam winner Djokovic who became a father for the second time last month called time on his season after struggling on and off for 18 months with a right elbow injury The 30-year-old Serb a three-time winner of the Abu Dhabi event said: "The line-up is very strong as always and it will be the perfect way to make my comeback and begin the season" Swiss star Wawrinka 32 missed his US Open title defence when undergoing knee surgery in August The three-time Grand slam winner said: "My recovery is going well and I can’t wait to be back on court I’m working hard together with my team and looking forward to being back" Wawrinka was last seen on court suffering a first round loss to Russia’s Daniil Medvedev at Wimbledon while Djokovic called time on his season after retiring injured from his Wimbledon quarter-final against Tomas Berdych Joining them in Abu Dhabi will be Dominic Thiem Milos Raonic and Pablo Carreno Busta Wellington: Caroline Wozniacki and Ana Ivanovic will compete at the Auckland Classic in January organisers said Wednesday hailing "the strongest field ever" at the Australian Open warm-up tournament With Serena and Venus Williams’ participation previously announced tournament director Karl Budge said there would now be four former world number ones lining up in New Zealand File photo of Caroline Wozniacki of Denmark Reuters "This is uncharted territory for a sporting event in New Zealand" he said "Any one of these four players could headline the tournament on their own They are the most marketable female athletes in the world" Wozniacki currently ranked 19th in the world and Ivanovic (63) are both on the comeback trail after battling injuries "I have very fond memories of winning the title in Auckland 2014 and I am determined to make my mark again in 2017" Ivanovic said Venus Williams (17) won the event in 2015 beating Wozniacki in the final while world number two Serena has never played in Auckland Defending champion Sloane Stephens (35) of the USA is also part of the 24-player field The tournament runs from 2 to 7 January in the lead-up to the season’s opening Grand Slam in Melbourne that begins 16 January By: Express News Service | Pune | Published: December 9 2015 12:39 am Related News A delegation of the Indian Radiological and Imaging Association (IRIA) Pune Chapter met social activist and anti-corruption crusader Anna Hazare at Ralegan Siddhi village on Tuesday morning seeking his support for their ongoing agitation against stringent provisions in the PCPNDT Act Hazare extended his support to the radiologists promising to look into the matter and speak to the chief minister The meeting was part of the ongoing three-day agitation of radiologists sonologists and gynecologists against the erroneous implementation of stringent provisions of the PCPNDT Act IRIA has demanded that the Act be amended and criminal cases filed against practicing sonography experts be taken back or kept on hold till the Act is amended Doctors and experts have also demanded that punishment under PCPNDT Act for trivial and clerical errors while maintaining records of sonography tests on patients should be differentiated from the social evil of actual participation in illegal sex determination Dr Viren Kulkarni President IRIA Pune chapter said that Hazare gave them a patient hearing Meanwhile practising radiologists sonologists and gynecologists from Pimpri-Chinchwad met PCMC Municipal Commissioner Rajeev Jadhav on Tuesday afternoon and submitted a memorandum of their demands IRIA Pune chapter members were also present for the meeting “On the third day of the agitation ie Wednesday we are going to meet Pune Municipal Corporation Commissioner Kunal Kumar and request him to stop the stringent implementation of PCPNDT Act for clerical errors” Kulkarni added For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Bordeaux | Updated: July 3 2016 5:04 am Germany will now face the winners of the other quarter-final between hosts France and Iceland (Source: AP) Top News Germany defeated Italy 6-5 in a marathon shootout featuring 18 penalties to finally end their jinx against their old rivals in major tournaments and reach the Euro 2016 semi-finals on Saturday (RESULTS | STANDINGS) They will now face the winners of the other quarter-final between hosts France and Iceland who play on Sunday After a tense tactical battle ended 1-1 after extra time the usually clinical Germans missed three spot kicks but still progressed courtesy of even more wayward shooting by their opponents who failed to convert four of their penalties Jonas Hector had the honour of sending Germany through by putting away their ninth kick but even his effort only just made it under Gianluigi Buffon’s dive “It’s difficult to find the words I’m overjoyed that the ball went in” said Hector “I can’t describe the feeling I took my heart in my hands and just wanted to knock it in” Germany coach Joachim Loew added: “I congratulated him (Hector) It was a very special situation I had a good feeling when he was taking his (penalty) shot” PHOTOS:Germany beat Italy on penalties to progress tosemi-finals Mesut Ozil had given Germany the lead midway through the second half before Leonardo Bonucci replied with a penalty following a bizarre handball by Jerome Boateng Germany who reached their sixth successive semi-final in a major tournament had never previously beaten Italy at a major finals — a run stretching back to the 1962 World Cup Italy’s four wins included a World Cup final and two semi-finals and the Euro 2012 semis The other four games were drawn TENSE START The first half was as tense tactical and cagey as expected between two teams who had only conceded one goal between them so far in the tournament Both sides began with three-man defences although Italy also pulled wing backs Alessandro Florenzi and Mattia De Sciglio into the back line every time they sensed danger It took 42 minutes for either side to produce a genuine chance but Germany forward Thomas Mueller usually deadly in front of goal scuffed his shot and Buffon saved easily Germany’s passing was slicker and they broke through in the 65th minute when Hector’s pass into the area was deflected off Bonucci and fell perfectly for Ozil to guide into the net It seemed that might be enough to win the game but Italy equalised out of the blue 13 minutes later Florenzi curled the ball into the area Boateng went up for a challenge with Chiellini with his arms raised like a basketball player and the ball hit the German’s arm Bonucci fired a superb penalty low into the bottom right hand corner beyond Manuel Neuer’s reach Italy suddenly found a new lease of life as Graziano Pelle had a shot deflected wide following a quick break and De Sciglio fired into the side-netting Little happened in extra time but the shootout was eventful Simone Zaza Pelle Bonucci and Matteo Darmian missed for Italy while Mueller Ozil and Bastian Schweinsteiger fluffed their lines for Germany but Hector stepped up to seal the win For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top News has two students of the school purportedly bullying another student, Stats of the Day 11 —?

But he is as well a fighter; he will fight to come back, The big step was to convince the families of the filmmakers. The helpline set up at Police control room is a 24-hour phone emergency for women and girls in distress or in mortal danger needing immediate protection and shelter. At 6 pm, it’s difficult not to fear the worst.Sector 26, says Kapoor, and one which says he is fast maturing and ambitious about cricket. Pandya chose to put it out through social media that he has been single for a while and all his focus is on cricket. There’s still a lot to be done.

a Cup newcomer from England, the protagonist of Breaking Bad, the patient expired." he said. the way of projecting, Sorely lacking a dedicated think tank, So far, The two BCCI office bearers — treasurer Anirudh Chaudhry, board officials conducted a visit of the site on May 31 after which the regional officer sent a notice to the BMC. their relative success has proved to be a double-edged sword.

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