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Manohar had said that he disapproved of the constitutional revamp made last year,in possession of a letter from the Municipal Commissioner, hint that it was probably an observatory.” On April 3, Thank you @zevenw0rld for the official fan jerseys ?? pictwittercom/mWB9JS6CVp — Mahesh Bhupathi (@Maheshbhupathi) 4 June 2017 Sarfraz Ahmed at toss:“It is a good pitch and won’t change much India-Pakistan is a pressure game hopefully we play as a free game Our batting is much better” 02:35 pm: India Playing XI Rohit Sharma Shikhar Dhawan Virat Kohli Yuvraj Singh MS Dhoni Kedar Jadhav Hardik Pandya Ravindra Jadeja Bhuvneshwar Kumar Umesh Yadav Jasprit Bumrah 02:35 pm:Pakistan playing XI Azhar Ali Ahmed Shehzad Babar Azam Mohammad Hafeez Sohaib Malik Sarfraz Ahmed Imad Wasim Shadab Khan Mohammad Amir Wahab Riaz Hasan Ali 02:32 pm:Ashwin Shami Karthik and Rahane are the four players to miss out in this game Kohli says Pandya playing as an all-rounder Jadeja the spinner 02:28 pm: Pakistan have won the toss and Sarfraz Ahmed elects to field India will bat and Kohli says he doesn’t mind it For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBhubneshwar: India clinched one gold through Sudha Singh in women’s 3000m steeplechase event and four other medals to maintain their numero uno position on the third and penultimate day at the 22nd Asian Athletics Championships on Saturday The 31-year-old Sudha won her race in 9 minute 5947 seconds to grab the lone gold for India to steal the limelight in front of a packed crowd at the Kalinga Stadium Indian athlete Sudha Singh paricipate in the women’s 3000 steeplechase event during the third day of the 22nd Asian Athletics Championships AFP It was Sudha’s first gold in her fourth attempt in the Asian Championship Anu Raghavan added a silver in the women’s 400m hurdles while woman triple jumper NV Sheena men’s 400m hurdler Jabir MP and the women’s 4x100m relay team grabbed a bronze as India took one gold one silver and three bronze on Saturday With one day left in the championship India remained on top of the medal tally with 7 gold 4 silver and 9 bronze China are second spot with 5 gold 6 silver and 4 bronze while Iran are on third with 4 gold and 1 bronze Sudha who had also won a silver each in the 2009 2011 and 2013 editions was a gold medal contender in the absence of compatriot Lalita Babar who skipped the event after her recent marriage and Bahrain’s world and Asian record holder Ruth Jebet The Uttar Pradesh athlete led from the very beginning and after running together for a while along with the other five competitors broke away around the halfway mark and left all her rivals way behind to win the gold She took a lap of honour after her win which also ensured her a berth in next month’s World Championship in London It was a creditable sub-10 minute win for Sudha who has been away from training for several months after she suffered from swine flu on her return from the Rio Olympics last year North Korea’s 18-year-old Hyo Gyong was a distant second in 10:1394 while Japan’s Nana Sato took the bronze in 10:1811 "I am very happy to win this gold This is my top level competition after Rio Olympics I was down with swine flu after the Rio Olympics and I was down for five-six months and after that I started training slowly and steadily So this win is special It is a slow timing but the conditions are not that good" she said after her win "My coach told me not to hang around for long He told me to break away from the rest and not wait for the final moment That was what I did" she added Raghavan then gave India the second medal of the day with a fine show in the women’s 400m hurdles as she clocked 5722 seconds behind favourite Nguyen Thi (5614) of Vietnam Home crowd favourite Dutee Chand grabbed her second bronze of the championships as she encored the host 4x100m relay team to third place event in 4457 seconds The other members of the quartet were Srabani Nanda Himashree Roy and Merlin K Joseph Kazakhstan took the gold in 4353 seconds while China won the silver in 4450secs In women’s long jump Sheena was lucky as she grabbed the bronze with her final effort of 1342m Jabir then added an unexpected bronze in men’s 400m hurdles clocking a personal best of 5022 seconds behind Eric Shawn Cray (4957) of Philippines and Chen Chieh (4975) of Chinese Taipei However in men’s 3000m steeplechase Naveen Kumar a bronze medallist in 2014 Asian Games and Durga Das Budha finished a disappointing seventh and eighth in 9:0295 and 9:0405 respectively In men’s 110m hurdles India’s Siddharth Thingalaya finished fifth in 1372 seconds Kuwait won both the gold and silver with Abdulazia Al-Mandeel and Yaqoub Al-Youha clocking 1350 and 1359 respectively Madrid: Barcelona star Gerard Pique’s tears of sadness and the vast empty stands as his team reluctantly played were two of the defining images of a violence-scarred independence referendum in Catalonia Pique an outspoken defender of the wealthy northeastern region of Spain’s right to self-determination had been able to cast his vote in an independence referendum deemed illegal by Madrid without obstruction on Sunday morning Others were not so lucky as police fired rubber bullets and forced their way into activist-held polling stations to confiscate ballots in many cases by violently removing activists File image of Gerard Pique AP Clashes left at least 92 people confirmed injured out of a total of 844 who needed medical attention according to Catalan authorities "I am very proud of Catalonia and all its people" an emotional Pique told reporters as tears welled up in his eyes after a routine 3-0 win over Las Palmas in an empty Camp Nou on an otherwise extraordinary day "Despite how much they are incited and despite how much they (the Spanish authorities and security forces) want them to fall into the trap they have demonstrated peacefully and sang loud and clear" Amid scenes of chaos and confusion outside Barca’s 99000-capacity stadium fans were left waiting for hours before a final decision to play behind closed doors was made less than half an hour before kick-off "I wouldn’t have played" Barcelona’s most successful ever coach and current Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola told Catalan radio station Rac1 "If in the end you play this game you do it with the public and all the consequences" Pique described the match played in near-silence as the "worst professional experience" of his career Barca had appealed to La Liga to postpone the game However when the football and security authorities refused to do so the club feared a potential six-point penalty if they refused to fulfil the fixture Barcelona’s president Josep Maria Bartomeu claimed the decision to play behind closed doors was one of protest at events across Catalonia However a section of Barca fan’s groups had threatened a peaceful pitch invasion to interrupt the match ‘Shame’ and ‘Dignity’ The divided opinion over the decision was evident as two Barca board members reportedly resigned An extraordinary Barca board meeting has been called for Monday afternoon Barcelona-based daily Sport’s front page read "Shame" above a picture of a desolate Camp Nou and "Dignity" in defence of Pique The reaction of Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy’s government to the escalating crisis has drawn widespread criticism both in Spain and across the world Pique said Rajoy was not up to the job of leading Spain "He travels around the world and doesn’t even know how to speak English" he said Tennis World No 1Rafael Nadal said his "heart sank" at seeing the images from Catalonia as he prepared for the China Open in Beijing He also pointed the finger at bickering politicians "It is the time for both sides to use their heads For that there has to be a willingness on both sides" said Nadal "It is the moment to sit down talk and reach points of agreement so that this is not repeated" Pique’s latest declarations have once again raised the debate over his role in the Spanish national team Despite forming a crucial part of the Spain sides that won the 2010 World Cup and Euro 2012 Pique is routinely jeered when representing his country He has already stated his intent to retire from international football after next year’s World Cup but insisted he could step aside sooner if Spain coach Julien Lopetegui or the federation believe his political stance to be problematic Fellow World Cup winners and former Barca greats Carles Puyol and Xavi Hernandez also backed the right to vote on Sunday "These players form part of Spanish football’s great success over the past few years" added Guardiola who coached all three at Barca "Spain is an incredible country The sport the culture. but there is a people that wants to express itself by voting" Published: August 30 2012 4:40 am Related News Terming the verdict in the Naroda Patiya massacre case as a tight slap on the face of those using the riots for their selfish ends, Bhuvneshwar Kumar will begin with the new ball for India. Most of them went on to acquire legendary status. Rajbir’s “water bag” had ruptured, To begin with, the rupee too strengthened considerably.

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demands.wife and parents.will be complete by October this year. For all the latest Ludhiana News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Published: July 13 2012 3:21 am Top News Criticare and Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambanithe hospitals where 27-year old Rehab the elder of the Chougle siblings who died within a span of 24 hours was treatedsaid she was being treated for suspected aluminium phosphide poisoning It is a restricted chemical normally used as a fumigant to repel rodents in agriculture While the police are yet to obtain details of the grey powder retrieved from the Chougle apartment at Panchayat Dhara building located in Yari Roadpest control experts said use of aluminium phosphide is strictly prohibited for domestic purposes Dr Deepak Namjoshimedical director of Criticare Hospital where Rehab was first takensaid: When she came to us initiallyshe had abdominal pain and diarrhoea but was fine enough to tell us about the pest control treatment in the house Howeveras the day progressedher condition rapidly deteriorated Her family then checked with the pest control agency and got back to us saying aluminium phosphide had been used? I woke up my mother and asked him if she recognised the person. 20 to 30 per cent reported getting three or more hours to study at home.” she said. download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: AP | Published: October 13, Recognising his tireless contribution," – Russian athletics chief and IAAF treasurer Valentin Balakhnichev, Yet.

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