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You don’t need to break the ice with him.we burn the effigy of Ravan every year on Dussehra. this season’s surprise package, World Cup final and a Champions League final. Floyd Mayweather Jr. for which neither will be disciplined “He has been showing up earlier to our kids and teens classes to interact with them and instill values of loyalty commitment and camaraderie” according to a letter dated Thursday and signed by McGregor’s coach John Kavanagh “… He is undoubtedly the greatest role model for the kids in our gym and for the people of Ireland of all ages” The Nevada State Athletic Commission disciplined McGregor and Nate Diaz after the men and members of their groups yelled at each other and eventually hurled water bottles at an Aug 17 press conference ahead of UFC 202 McGregor’s original penalties consisted of a $150000 fine and 50 hours of community service That was reduced in March to 25 hours and a $25000 fine Last week however neither McGregor nor Mayweather held back on profanities and exchanged racially insensitive and homophobic remarks during a four-city promotional tour for their upcoming fight in Las Vegas Mayweather at one point used a homophobic slur during a tirade against McGregor McGregor twice told Mayweather “Dance for me boy Dance for me son” during the news conferences That’s an insult to black men that dates back to slavery Per regulations the athletic commission may fine or discipline an individual licensed to fight in the state of Nevada if the person behaves “at any time or place in a manner which is deemed by the Commission to reflect discredit to unarmed combat” Executive director Bob Bennett told The Associated Press on Friday that the athletic commission “in no way shape or form condones homophobic racist or inappropriate sexual comments” but the board does not plan to take disciplinary action against Mayweather and McGregor “at this point” He said the board would investigate and consider appropriate action if unsportsmanlike conduct that could physically hurt someone took place in Las Vegas such as when bottles were thrown during the McGregor-Diaz press event The remarks from Mayweather and McGregor were condemned on social media last week including by LGBT activists and organizations The comments which can be found online are likely to be remembered _ and possibly imitated _ by children who see them said Dorothy Espelage a professor of psychology at the University of Florida and an expert on bullying “He has to recognize that these kids look up to him that they will imitate him and he needs to check himself” she said referring to McGregor “He was a wonderful opportunity to deliver a message but he can’t be speaking out of both sides of his mouth” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Published: September 2 2017 12:46 am Maninder Singh was the star of the show for Bengal with 13 raid points Related News Bengal Warriors made a last minute comeback to beat Patna Pirates 41-38 in Kolkata Trailing for the better part of the match the Warriors levelled the score in the last three minutes of the match before taking the lead and holding on to it It was only the second time in the match that they had levelled the scoreline and they made it count The win now means that Bengal Warriors top the Zone B table Moreover they made a bright start to what is expected to be a grueling home leg Maninder Singh was the star of the show for Bengal with 13 raid points Patna Pirates were on top for most of the match Pardeep Narwal was back at his best after an uncharacteristically low-key performance against the Warriors in Mumbai He ended the match with 11 points Patna had a bright start to the match and Bengal levelled the score for the first time only in the eighth minute Patna slowed down for a few minutes after that but were back in the game when they inflicted an all out in the 17th minute Narwal then weighed in and scored three points in two minutes Bengal then suffered a second all out in the second half Maninder Singh then scored a few quick points and Bengal started fighting back Even then a win looked highly improbable until the last five minutes in which Bengal turned the game on its head They scored both tackle and raid points and inflicted an all out on Patna with just two minutes to go in the match Patna then conceded the lead and could not make it back For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Lens | Updated: June 26 2016 6:13 am Croatia’s odds of winning the tournament were slashed after they beat Spain 2-1 and top Group D (Source: Reuters) Top News Croatia coach Ante Cacic lamented his fancied side’s failure to score against bogey team Portugal in their 1-0 Euro 2016 last 16 defeat on Saturday as Ricardo Quaresma’s extra time header sent them out (RESULTS | STANDINGS) The match was a turgid affair and appeared set for penalties before Danijel Subasic parried Cristiano Ronaldo’s strike into the path of substitute Quaresma who made no mistake from point-blank range three minutes from the end of extra time Croatia enjoyed 17 shots to their opponents’ six but failed to register a single effort on target though they did hit the post through Ivan Perisic’s header just before Portugal scored PHOTOS: Poland Wales Portugal through toquarters “Everything was perfect except we didn’t score” Cacic told reporters “so we weren’t successful in attack” Croatia scored five goals in the group stage but have failed to find the net against Portugal in all four of their matches losing every one “We played really well and were controlling the match” he added “we conceded no chances except the last one WATCH:Chris Gayle cheers for Portugal afterwin “They scored in the 117th minute I congratulate them They kept us far from goal and that’s why they scored from the counter-attack “That was our mistake and we were punished” Cacic added “but that’s football and many times the best team doesn’t win” Croatia’s odds of winning the tournament were slashed after they came from behind to beat Spain 2-1 and top Group D but they failed to produce a dynamic performance against Portugal READ:Portugal substitute Ricardo Quaresma snatches extra-timewinner “I am really sad as we had a great chance” added Cacic “The draw was perfect for us we knew if we beat Portugal we had an open path” Portugal now advance to a quarter-final date with Poland who beat Switzerland on penalties earlier on Saturday in Marseille on Thursday For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Rio De Janeiro | Updated: August 5 2016 9:55 pm Atanu Das is the lone male member in the Indian archery team (Source: PTI) Top News Atanu Das showed finecomposure and skill to bounce back from a poor start in hismaiden Olympics to finish fifth in the qualification round asarchery got underway at Brazil’s historic Samba street Lying a lowly 10th after first 36 arrows the 24-year-oldKolkata lad turned it around in style in the final set of 36arrows by shooting 23 perfect 10s including 10 closest to thecentre to finish fifth with 683 out of the possible 720 Das is the lone male member in the Indian archery teamand compete only in the individual section as the men’s teamhad failed to qualify from the World Championship Leading the qualification round was two-time Worldchampion Kim Woo-jin who shot 700 for a world record on theopening day of the XXXI Olympiad Das had troubled Woo-jin in the World Cup Stage 3 inAntalya earlier in June where he led the Korean heavyweight4-0 before losing 5-6 for the individual bronze medal But his impressive finish meant that Das who will beginhis elimination round against lowly 60th ranked JitbahadurMuktan of Nepal will avoid the top-seed Woo-jin unless hereaches the summit-clash Das will get an easy draw till the quarterfinals and hisprobable semi-final opponent may be the 4th ranked Dutch manSjef van den Berg who won the World Cup individual gold inShanghai Das’s promising finish also meant he was ahead of London2012 silver medalist Takaharu Furukuwa the Japanese finished7th and are in the bottom half of the draw On a sunny day without breeze creating a problem Dastaking mark for his first ever Olympics shot a promising 58that included four perfect 10s including two closest to thecentre (X) to match the Korean heavyweight who also had begunwith 58 with an identical four perfect 10s But the inexperienced Indian struggled to get anotherperfect 10 in the second set of six arrows that yielded just53 points with five 9s and one eight to slip from the finestart Das gradually improved and finished in style nine perfect10s out of the last 12 arrows For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Jaskiran Kapoor | Chandigarh | Published: January 30 2016 8:02 am the team behind I break my silence: from left: Muskaan Maharia Rubina Singh Monika Bothra and Neelima Raheja (Express photo) Related News According to statistics 53 per cent of children — both boys and girls — in India face sexual abuse One in every three women in the world faces harassment while 90 per cent of women in India face gender-based violence “Still thousands of such cases of gender-based violence against men go unreported every year There is a deafening silence and disturbing social acceptance about it and we feel it is time we do something about it” says Chandigarh-based Neelima Raheja Together with Monika Bothra Rubina Singh and Muskaan Maharia these young leaders of the Global Shapers Hub of Chandigarh a youth network initiated by the World Economic Forum conceived and initiated the ‘I Break My Silence’ campaign in January 2015 With 200-plus stories shared on http://s.wwwibreakmysilenceorg 150000 lives impacted directly through social and print media school workshops with around 1000 students in Tricity on awareness about gender-based violence and how they can be part of the solution and after conducting on-ground campaigns the project has this year won the Coca Cola Shaping a Better Future grant of 10000$ as a runner-up in the competition ‘I Break My Silence’ (IBMS) is a space where survivors of gender-based violence can share their stories of violence anonymously and shed the weight of social stigma attached to the issue “It started out as a simple idea to come out of the fear and shame and share your story This is one area that no one addresses from parents to schools to society and as a result those who have been victimised continue to suffer in their lives relationships and work” says Raheja whose own experiences connect her to the project While Maharia wants to reach out to children Bothra wants to foster the idea of gender equality Singh on the other hand believes stories have the power to change the world From sexual harassment rape and domestic violence to child abuse eve-teasing and molestation IBMS covers all these issues “We also refer people to counsellers and professionals if need be and for that we’ve tied up with online portal O Womaniya” adds Raheja Only 21 she feels it’s her age that makes children and youth open up to her and share “Right now we are reaching out to ages 13 to 21 and slowly we’ll be setting chapters in different cities schools different stratas of society etc” says Raheja The hesitation feels the team begins at home when such experiences are simply hushed down “Boys and men too suffer harassment I remember a boy in class IX sharing how his paternal uncle had raped him when he was just 8 how going for tuitions ends up as a harrowing experience for girls for they are eve-teased en route So many have stopped going to tuitions altogether That is not the solution” says Raheja By conducting awareness sessions with the city youth to engage educate and empower them by starting #myfirstincident to share stories by encouraging local community to take action and be a part of the solution IBMS plans to build an ecosystem where it is safe to speak up “It is about building a proactive and engaged community by instilling hope and taking affirmative action We have to be the doers” wrap up the girls For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Alifiya Khan | Pune | Published: October 7 2016 2:01 am Top News As per the rule the upper age limit for three year LLB course is 30 years and that for a five-year course is 20 years If late admissions and fewer admissions were not worrisome enough a latest circular by the university has the law college management up in arms as it gives ‘unrealistic’ age limits for various courses The varsity’s instructions are based on a circular issued by the Bar Council of India reviving Rule 28 of Legal Education Rules 2008 which deals with an age restriction for taking law course As per the rule the upper age limit for three year LLB course is 30 years and that for a five-year course is 20 years However city colleges say they have decided to defy the order this year citing it as unfair to candidates who have got admissions “I think someone has even moved court in this regard In most colleges we won’t be able to follow the rule this year The simple reason is that the law CET took place many months ago At that time there was no such rule or age criteria and students of all ages appeared and cleared These students have now been allotted seats and to apply the rule retrospectively would be a violation of their rights I think from next year this age criteria would come into effect but even then I personally feel it may not be advisable” said Sujata Adhav principal of Modern Law College Law college principals say that the age limit criteria would especially affect the three-year law course which is taken up by many mid-career professionals “Until last year law was not a professional course This year it has been given that status and hence like other professional courses such as medicine or engineering an age limit is being introduced here But if you see the pattern of admissions in three-year law courses many times mid-career professionals take it up Often people are into other careers but have an interest in law and take it up after few years of work or post graduation in other disciples To introduce an upper age limit at 30 for open category students and 35 for reserved category students would take away the opportunity to study law from many aspirants” said Rohini Honap principal of DES Law College Not only are principals worried about the students losing out on opportunities to study law but even the colleges staring at empty seats in classrooms “Already this year admissions have been fewer thanks to the late process of centralised admissions Introducing caps on age would further narrow down students for next year” said Sujata Adhav principal of Yeshwantrao Chavan Law College For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top News Eren Bilen, starting for Phil Foden. the division bench of Justice Ajay Kumar Mittal and Justice Amit Rawal,” he said.environment activists and sanitation staff of the civic 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