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founder president of Ridhima Foundation which organised and sponsored the function,” He claimed that he killed Manminder because “he was using his brother Rupinder Gandhi’s name for cheap publicity”. he values music directors more than just the trophies.” The order added.

under whom the scheme falls, New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady was in the paddock before the start,” Modi, now he’s enjoying scoring goals.t accept the model where a state grows rapidly but women,s strongest contender for the country?” Pathak asked.except maybe more admirable. Jivane was trapped by the ACB on October 4 for allegedly accepting a bribe of Rs 1 lakh to reinstate Damse. including a police officer.

" said Klopp, For all the latest Sports News, download Indian Express App ? along with Rajkumar Hirani hosted a screening of the film for the entire cast,be in contention for a second belt when he takes on China’s WBO Oriental Super Middleweight champion Zulpikar Maimaitiali on April 1 in Mumbai. and it felt a little like fate. But Bainimarama said “a wonderful reception awaits our boys when they arrive back in Fiji . never before has the Fijian spirit soared so high as it does today” In deeply religious Fiji fans visited churches to give thanks for the victory and some said they had fasted in the hope of improving Fiji’s gold medal chances Rugby sevens is Fiji’s national sport and almost every village no matter how small usually has a team Some villages do not have electricity creating a challenge for some fans to watch the game The Fiji Village website reported that 51-year-old Peni Matai from the village of Serua had traveled by minibus from 2 am Friday to be in Suva in time for the game Matai who works for the Asian Development Bank said Serua has no television reception He watched the match in his office in Suva providing updates to the village by phone Fiji-born former All Blacks winger Joe Rokocoko tweeted that sellers of powerful local beverage kava “might be multi-millionaires by the end of the week” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Updated: December 1 2015 5:40 am Related News The President of India has given the nod to the Factories (Maharashtra Amendment) Bill 2015 paving the way for women to work night shifts with mandatory safeguards for security The Act will improve the functioning of employees across sections and gender in over 40000 small scale factories in Maharashtra It will also ensure greater number of women in the sector and other labour reforms Last May the state cabinet had given its approval for amending the Factories Act 1948 to promote small and medium-scale industries The decision is expected to give relief to the factories from the ‘inspector raj’ It is also expected to create 2 lakh new jobs Earlier smaller industries or factories were excluded from the Act which makes safety guidelines and working conditions mandatory A senior officer said “The Act will benefit over 40000 small factories as limit for compliance with inspection and regulatory certificates under the factory Act has been raised from a factory of 10 workers to 20 if it has power within its premises and from 20 to 40 if it does not have power” He added “Now women will be allowed to work late shifts with safeguards for security” The reforms in leave encashment rules and overtime work will also boost the small and micro enterprises For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Updated: August 23 2016 9:47 am OP Jaish Top News INDIAN ATHLETE OP Jaisha who collapsed during her marathon run at the recently concluded Rio Games said she was not provided water and energy drinks by officials despite designated stations being granted for India Jaisha added that she got no response from the officials when she tried to get a clarification on the issue “It was very hot and since the competition was at 9am I ran in scorching heat There was no water for us neither recovery drinks nor food Only once in 8kms did we get water (from the Rio organisers) which did not help at all All the countries had their stalls at every 2kms but our country’s stall was empty” said Jaisha who finished 89th in Rio Olympics women’s marathon event with a below-par timing of 2:47:19 Jaisha had collapsed at the finish line after completing the marathon and had to be rushed to a hospital where her coach Nikolai Snesarev got into an altercation with one of the doctors and ended up being detained for half a day by the local police Meanwhile the Athletics Federation of India refuted Jaisha’s claims and said proper arrangements were made for the marathon It added that neither Jaisha nor her coach had not told any athletics official present in Rio about any specific requirement for any drinks “Each team is allowed to keep their own personalised drinks on the booths marked in a colour as per the choice of the team and athlete Accordingly as per the rule on the night ahead of women’s marathon race Indian team manager carried 16 empty bottles eight each for Jaisha and Kavita Raut and visited the duo and their coach Nikolai Snesarev in their room” the AFI said in a statement “The team manager asked them to provide their choice of personalised drink which would then be sealed in their presence and handed over to the organisers for installing them on the booth along with a placard as per the requirement of the athlete” The AFI release added that two athletes Jaisha and Raut declined the offer and informed the Indian team manager that they didn’t require personalised drink and if at all they required it during the race they would use the drinks available at the water booth and refreshment booth provided by the organisers For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Athens | Updated: September 14 2016 3:05 pm Former UEFA President Michel Platini speaks before the election of the new president in Athens Greece (Source: REUTERS) Top News Disgraced former UEFA president Michel Platini insisted he had done nothing wrong and said his conscience was clear as he gave a farewell speech to European soccer’s governing body at their extraordinary Congress on Wednesday The Frenchman who resigned in May after being banned for from the sport for four years for ethics violations was given a round of applause by the delegates but did not get a standing ovation “Thank you Thank you for these nine years I think we did a great job… Friends of football farewell” said Platini who was first elected in 2007 at the end of his seven-minute speech His replacement was to be elected immediately afterwards with Slovenia’s Aleksander Ceferin and Dutchman Michael van Praag as the two candidates Despite Platini’s ban FIFA’s ethics committee said an exception had been made for the event as a “gesture of humanity” “It’s very emotional for me to be here but I’m also delighted to be here because this will be my last speech to a UEFA Congress” Platini began “You are going to continue this wonderful mission without me for reasons I don’t want to go into today “I have a clear conscience I am certain not to have made any mistake and will continue to fight this in the courts” One of the finest players of his generation who went on to become a powerful sporting official Platini was suspended over his dealings with fallen world soccer chief Sepp Blatter during the scandal which shook the sport’s global governing body last year Platini was banished along with Blatter over a payment of two million Swiss francs ($208 million) made to the Frenchman by FIFA with Blatter’s approval in 2011 for work done a decade earlier Platini said that football was “a game rather than a product a sport rather than a market a show not a business” “There isn’t one football for large nations and one for small nations there is a single football a single sport it doesn’t belong to FIFA or UEFA it belongs to the whole world” he said “That is why I wanted to come today to say thank you and friends of football farewell” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsKolkata: Mohun Bagan packed a punch in a 3-1 drubbing of Singaporean heavyweights Tampines Rovers to become the first Indian club to win a match in the AFC Champions League qualifier at the Vivekananda Yuva Bharati Krirangan here today Jeje Lalpekhula (fifth minute) Cornell Glen (41st) and Katsumi Yusa (83rd) scored for Mohun Bagan while Yasir Hanapi struck the lone goal for Tampines Rovers in the 43rd minute Kolkata: Mohun Bagan (white & maroon) and Tampines Rovers (Singapore) players in action during AFC Champions League 2016 at Salt Lake in Kolkata PTI Mohun Bagan’s Haitian recruit Norde made the difference on a day Cornell Glen had a miserable run that included missing a penalty Trailing 1-2 the Singapore League runners-up started strongly in the second-half but before they could bring on the equaliser and take the match to extra time Mohun Bagan’s Japanese recruit Katsumi Yusa confirmed their tickets to China with his 83rd minute strike from Sony Norde’s corner Norde set up both Jeje and Katsumi as the I-League champions today created history by becoming the first team to win a match in the ACL Previously Dempo (2009 2011) Churchill Brothers (2010) Pune FC (2014) and Bengaluru FC (2015) made exits in the first qualifying round Mohun Bagan will now travel to Chinese city Jinan to clash against Shandong Luneng FC in the Preliminary Stage 2 on February 2 Shandong Luneng FC are placed third in the Chinese Super League and it will be a real challenge for Mohun Bagan to play in Jinan where the temperature is sub-zero Four teams will make the cut from Preliminary Stage 2 to the East Zone play-off 16 teams in two groups of East and West will lock horns in the Playoff Stage to determine the eight qualifiers for the Group Stage of the ACL This is also Mohun Bagan’s first win against the Singaporean outfit against whom they drew at home and lost away in the AFC Cup in 2007 Coach Sanjoy Sen chose to start with the in-form India forward Jeje and his spirited runs combined with Cornell Glen and Sony Norde’s pace unsettled ‘The Stags’ defence early on The Mizoram forward who was benched in their 1-1 draw in the I-League derby versus East Bengal handed Mohun Bagan an early lead putting the ball to the far post in what was a result of a brilliant move from Norde The Haitian cleverly tackled the Singaporean outfit’s South Korean recruit Kwon Jun from the left before giving a backpass to Dhanachandra who crossed it to Jeje for their rousing start in front of a sparse crowd in the gigantic stadium What followed was a sheer dominance from Mohun Bagan as Norde toyed with ‘The Stags’ defence Mohun Bagan however missed a penalty as well as a couple of golden opportunities as they held their slender lead before Glen made it 2-0 It was Norde who missed a long ranger in the 21st minute before Glen let the team down six minutes later after being set up brilliantly by Katsumi from the right With Tampines Rovers defender fumbling Yusa’s cross was neatly received by the Trinidadian shot it over the bar Continuing his miserable run Glen missed to convert from the spot as he shot straight into the hands of Tampines Rovers goalkeeper Izwan Mahbud in the 34th minute Moments later Jeje fumbled to bring up his second after being set up by Norde as Mohun Bagan struggled to convert their chances till a defensive lapse from the Singaporeans Norde was once again instrumental in bringing up a second goal when he dribbled past the Tampines Rovers defenders The goalkeeper lost control and Glen this time found his act right just in front of the goalline with his tap-in But their 2-0 cushion was shortlived as a minute later Kingshuk Debnath conceded a free kick by bringing down Hafiz just on the edge of the box and an unmarked Hanipi pulled one back just before the break The Stags playing with the lone forward in the S-League top scorer Nawaz looked to bounce back after the changeover as they had more setpiece movements but an equaliser continued to elude them Three minutes into the second half the visitors almost brought on the 2-2 equaliser when Fazrul found the back of the net but only to be ruled off side The visiting side gradually started to find their feet by building pressure on the I-League champions Nawaz missed a freeheader after Mohun Bagan defender Luciano Sabrosa failed to control It was a see-saw contest in the second-half with Mohun Bagan surviving a few scares But before the Singapore side could force an equaliser Mohun Bagan’s Japanese recruit Yusa sealed the home side’s win with his powerful rightfooter after being set up by substiture Prabir Das’s header from a Norde corner kick PTI New Delhi: Colombiahave joined Brazil Chile and Paraguay in securing the four CONMEBOL tickets on offer to the Fifa U-17 World Cup India 2017 Paraguay were the first to seal passage after they beat Venezuela 3-1 on the fourth day of the hexagonal final stage of the competition last Thursday Chile who were the hosts for the qualifiers and for the previous edition of the Fifa U-17 World Cup then earned qualification in the second match of the evening with a 1-0 victory over Ecuador Representational Image Reuters Colombia won South America’s fourth and final qualification berth and came from behind for a 2-1 victory over Paraguay on the final matchday on Sunday Juan Vidal scored the winner for the team Brazil were crowned continental champions with a stunning 5-0 final-round win over Chile Vinicius Jr Topped the scoring charts with seven goals and was awarded the best player’ award Tournament Director for the Local Organising Committee Fifa U-17 World Cup Javier Ceppi said "We have got four very strong South American teams coming to India If you see the Fifa Rankings for the senior teams three of them are within the top 10 (Brazil: 2nd; Chile: 4th; Colombia: 7th) while Paraguay is bouncing back after qualifying to four consecutive senior World Cups "We are sure that fans will be very happy to go to the stadiums and seeing the new Neymar Alexis Sanchez James Rodriguez or Chilavert’s of South America I was talking to several football people in Chile (which was where the qualifiers took place) and they told me that the level is amazing that the four qualified teams would hands-down beat almost every senior team in the world We are sure that these teams will give Indian football fans a real treat" The Fifa U-17 World Cup will be held in India from 6 to 28October later this year Written by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: April 20 2012 1:50 am Related News Construction of additional flyovers and underpassesconcessions to the residents of the areas near the toll plaza and speeding up the projects in the states were some of the demands that were raised on Thursday as the countrys first RFID technology based electronic toll plaza at Chandimandir was dedicated to the people With the Union Minister for RoadTransport and Highways C P Joshi being present on the occasionthe chief ministers of Punjab and Haryana as well as the other ministers put forth various demands Haryana PWD MinisterRandeep Singh Surjewala demanded that special concessions be made for the residents of the adjoining area who have to cross the toll plaza regularly The residents of PinjoreParwanoo and Kalka come regularly to Panchkula and Chandigarh There is a need for giving them some concessions A flyover is required to be constructed for easy access to Amravati Enclave and the buildings near it? Earlier, “Probably,a display for the small-scale entrepreneurs and artisans.

Ram’s appointment was done on May 26, “Our mayoral candidate has spent the entire ward development fund in his ward while Bassi has spent only Rs 12 lakh out of Rs 28 lakh, For all the latest Chandigarh News,who was the chief guest on the occasion, All in all, ? of which 14 lakh employees and 18 lakh pensioners are from the defence forces. and for 32 months at the time of implementation of 6th For all the latest Mumbai News,a resident of Chandigarh.

Manchester United close at home to Bournemouth – a fixture which could have implications at both ends – with Arsenal at home to Villa and Manchester City at Swansea.with little preparation in place. I usually buy 2 kg of tomatoes,” Asfar said.” said Ramesh Bala,struggle?he argued, an India that would open its arms and embrace all who lived within it. UT had denotified all the state highways within the city and declared them to be Major district roads.New Delhi: Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi is headed to the United States where he is likely to meet the pioneers of research on Artificial Intelligence (AI)

The government should call an all-party meeting to discuss the same, carnations, Getty Also advancing to the quarters were Sumit Sangwan (91kg), A medical examination was conducted at Shastri Nagar Hospital in Dombivali West. Initially, 2013 2:23 am Related News The UT Administration is in the process of preparing the bylaws for the collection of house tax.

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