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out batting and it’s up for the batters to make it count, Thank you for all the support! #TogetherStronger pictwittercom/rtYkPzunri — Gareth Bale (@GarethBale11) 6 July 2016 //platformtwittercom/widgetsjs “We tried our hardest to get back in the game They shut up shop well but we have no regrets We are very proud We will pick ourselves up Nobody expected us to this far but we did” Portugal’s victory put them through to their first European Championship final since 2004 where they will face France or Germany as they bid to end their long search for a major international trophy Forward Nani who scored the other goal dismissed suggestions that Portugal had been lucky to get to the final after a string of uninspired performances in the tournament READ:Cristiano Ronaldo ends Wales fairytale takes Portugal intofinal “We cannot pick and choose our opponents” he said “We have to believe in ourselves and play our best” Former Welsh striker John Hartson said his team had probably just run out of steam “The Wales fans players staff have had some huge momentous moments in this tournament” Hartson said “One was beating Russia the other beating Belgium when we were magnificent But tonight looked just like one game too far” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsNew Delhi:Former Olympic champion Abhinav Bindra legendary Prakash Padukone are a part of the nine-member government panel formed to make recommendations for bringing out a comprehensive National Sports Development Code across all disciplines File photo of Abhinav Bindra Reuters The committee will be headed by Sports Secretary Injeti Srinivas will study issues related to sports governance including court judgements and best international practices The other notable sportsperson in the committee is India’s lone world championship medallist athlete Anju Bobby George International hockey federation (FIH) president Narinder Batra gymnast Dipa Karmakar’s coach Bishweshwar Nandi lawyer Nandan Kamath and sports journalist Vijay Lokapally are also a part of the committee The joint secretary sports (MYAS) is the ninth member A PIB release states: "The Government has decided to constitute the Committee to study the existing sports governance frame work issues relating to sports governance in the country recent developments related to sports governance including court judgments & international best practices and make recommendations onbringing out a comprehensive National Sports Development Code across sports disciplines" Written by Anju Agnihotri Chaba | Chandigarh | Published: December 5 2015 4:11 am Related News The fourth Sadbhawna rally of the Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) was attended by party workers and daily wagers who were reportedly brought by party leaders Many of them however left the venue even before the chief minister and deputy chief minister’s address “We have come from Khurla Kingra village in Jalandhar A panchayat member of our village asked us to come here and provided bus service and food to us” said a woman who is a daily wager “SAD leaders have been visiting us for a week now appealing to us to come to the rally They promised us one day’s wage” claimed another woman from Lambra “We were not interested in coming to the rally but our men were influenced by some Akali leaders and they (husbands) asked us to accompany them to the rally” said another woman Almost all the SAD-BJP leaders of Doaba were present at the rally Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal reached the venue at noon and was soon followed by Sukhbir Sukhbir blamed Pakistan’s Interservice Intelligence (ISI) for the recent desecration incidents in Punjab He said the agency ruined several countries like Afghanistan Syria Iraq and Iran in the past He also blamed the Congress and claimed the party had aligned with extremist forces only for the sake of votebank politics Taking a dig at Captain Amarinder Singh Sukhbir said the PPCC chief hobnobbed with radicals during his visit abroad and was even honoured by Khalistanis in Canada Attacking Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi he said the Congress vice-president was shedding crocodile tears over the plight of people but his hidden agenda is to disturb communal harmony of the state Announcing to dedicate the year 2016 to development the Deputy CM said that Rs 10000 crore would be spent on to provide infrastructure in all rural and urban areas For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express AppBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: August 7 2016 9:40 pm India scored two goals in the third quarter and managed to score one (Source: PTI) Related News India women’s team in their first Rio 2016 Olympics contest staged a brilliant comeback to draw 2-2 with Japan on Sunday 0-2 down at the end of the second quarter India hit back with goals from Rani Rampal and Lilima Minz It was an inspiring start by India in the first ten minutes of the first quarter but Japan took control of proceedings and moved ahead with two goals towards the end of the first and second quarter India were found playing catch-up as Japan made some aggressive moves and created plenty of scoring opportunities India however turned the tables in the third quarter as they scored two goals to level the scoring at 2-2 The spirits in the Indian camp were high as they staged an emphatic comeback from a disappointing performance in the second quarter Not only the goal scoring but Savita’s save late in the third quarter made it India all the way before going into the fourth quarter The start of the fourth however was similar to the second as India failed to get their passes going and were very tentative They did earn their fourth penalty corner but failed to convert and take the decisive lead It was a very improved performance by India making their first Olympics after 36 years The win gives them crucial points and a lot of confidence ahead of their second group match against Great Britain As far as scope of improvement is concerned India would need to sustain the intensity they showcased in the third quarter throughout the tournament to stand any chance of making progress For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsParis: Three-time major winner Jordan Spieth regained second spot in the world golf rankings on Monday despite losing to top-ranked Dustin Johnson in a play-off at the Northern Trust Open on Sunday Jordan Spieth reclaims his No2 spot in rankings Image Courtesy: Twitter @JordanSpieth The American Spieth who won his third major title at the British Open last month overtakes Japan’s Hideki Matsuyama Johnson strengthened his grip on the world number one ranking thanks to his first win since injuring himself falling down stairs before April’s Masters Rising Spanish star Jon Rahm who only turned professional last year continued his sensational rise by breaking into the top five for the first time after finishing tied for third with Venezuela’s Jhonattan Vegas in New York World top 20 1 Dustin Johnson (USA) 1242 average pts 2 Jordan Spieth (USA) 965 (+1) 3 Hideki Matsuyama (JPN) 924 (-1) 4 Rory McIlroy (NIR) 710 5 Jon Rahm (ESP) 700 (+3) 6 Justin Thomas (USA) 674 (+1) 7 Sergio Garcia (ESP) 671 (-2) 8 Henrik Stenson (SWE) 666 (-2) 9 Jason Day (AUS) 642 10 Rickie Fowler (USA) 602 11 Alex Noren (SWE) 587 12 Brooks Koepka (USA) 585 13 Matt Kuchar (USA) 544 14 Paul Casey (ENG) 491 (+3) 15 Justin Rose (ENG) 472 16 Tommy Fleetwood (ENG) 466 17 Francesco Molinari (ITA) 459 (-3) 18 Adam Scott (AUS) 444 (+1) 19 Rafael Cabrera Bello (ESP) 438 (-1) 20 Louis Oosthuizen (RSA) 435 Islamabad: US defence secretary James Mattis on Monday arrived in Pakistan with the issue of terrorist safe havens high on the agenda after the release from house arrest of 26/11 mastermind Hafiz Saeed last month File image of US defence secretary James Mattis Reuters Mattis landed at the Nur Khan Airbase in Rawalpindi where he was received by officials from Pakistan’s defence and foreign ministries He will hold talks with civilian and military leaders including Pakistan Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi and Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa Relations between the US and Pakistan have plummeted after President Donald Trump announced his new Afghan and South Asia policy in August and directly blamed Islamabad for supporting the Afghan Taliban Mattis is on a five-day tour to Egypt Jordan Kuwait and Pakistan Visiting Islamabad about a week after the White House asked Pakistan to immediately charge and arrest 26/11 Mumbai attack mastermind Saeed in the absence of which it warned of repercussions Mattis said he needs to talk to leaders in the country and gain their understanding JuD chief Saeed who has an American bounty of USD 10 million on his head walked free on 24 November after a court ordered an end to his 10-month detention The Pakistan government decided against detaining him further in any other case pushing back against India’s efforts to bring the perpetrators of the 2008 Mumbai terror attack to justice "The first thing I’m going to do is do some listening like I always do My goal is to find common ground I need to go to sit down and listen to them start there start by listening" Mattis said on his way to Pakistan from Egypt Mattis is the first top American official to visit Pakistan after the completion of the first 100 days of the US’ new South Asia strategy unveiled by Trump on August 21 "We know we have some common ground They have lost hundreds thousands of their troops killed and wounded by terrorists They have lost hundreds thousands of their innocent people murdered and wounded by terrorists so we know that there is common ground" he said ahead of his visit Similarly he said there is common ground between Afghanistan and Pakistan because there are terrorist groups that try to move back and forth that do move back and forth in order to live in one country and attack the other "So we know there’s common ground; it’s how much more common ground can we find by listening to one another without being combative with one another listening to others’ perspective" Mattis said "But at the same time as the General (Bajwa) has said he wants no havens for terrorists anywhere so we will work together and we’ll find that common ground if we have the will to And then we’ll work on how we address the problems where we can work together" he said He said he would not characterise everything over the past 16 years as failures "There is clearly an abundance of areas where we have to double down and I am optimistic at this point that because of what our adversaries our mutual enemies are doing that we can find ways to work together" he said Mattis said both Pakistan and Afghanistan the Pakistan military the NATO-led militaries of 39 nations have all been in fights here "We’ve got to find a way to work together" He said there is "always an urgency to something" when 39 nations plus Afghanistan have their troops in the midst of a long war where causalities are being taken "These are 39 of the most economically powerful generally speaking most long-term democratic institutions in the world These are powerful nations morally economically and diplomatically and certainly militarily" he said Mattis said that it was essential in South Asia that all countries work together to restore the level of stability that allows for the economy to build "I mean can you imagine a border between Pakistan and India where economic trade is not ongoing to the benefit of people on both sides of that border We can not only imagine it it’s a reality right now" Mattis said "So we have got to work together on this and there’s a sense of urgency about that" he said "There’s people who are living below the poverty line in both those countries So as you look at this problem if you’ll expand the problem you can understand the sense of urgency to move beyond violence and get back to the normal order of things" he said "General Bajwa is a mature officer with a deep background in not just military matters but South Asia security issues and we have got to find a way to move beyond this constant fighting that’s characterised the area" he said Media reports suggested that Mattis faces a difficult task ahead as Pakistan is not happy over repeated US allegations of safe havens for militants in the country The Express Tribuneon Sunday said the civilian-military leadership will adopt a "clear cut and decisive" stance during the visit of Mattis that "only cooperation will get cooperation" Written by Express News Service | Published: May 1 2013 2:59 am Related News Statistics from the Pune district collectorate show that the implementation of Aadhaar has been only around 45 per cent With the Centre deciding to directly link the subsidy of cooking gas to a consumers Aadhaar card numberofficials fear they would see further crowding at the Aadhaar enrolment centres in the district Collector Vikas Deshmukh said that from October 1only non-subsidized cylinders would be sold to consumers The difference in price would be directly credited to their bank account that would be linked to their Aadhaar card number?

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