com/DgOVUa9PEO — rishi kapoor (@chintskap) April 2, Matthias Ginter (Freiburg), albeit temporarily, and mentions that he is beyond counting honours. “I’ve reached a stage where I want to play and enjoy the game rather than quantify my success with the number of trophies I win” he states Nonetheless the recent win had a fair degree of timeliness “I won the points format on Diwali and the time version on my mother’s birthday” he adds cheerfully A 12th trophy and the third grand double makes Advani one of the few who can boast of having been there and done that Yet he keeps himself motivated to continue in the sport by simply trying to improve “Yes I have won plenty of times But now I want to work to win much more easily I want to make my game more smoother and graceful That’s what keeps me going” he asserts Supporting his quest is elder brother Shree A sports psychologist by profession the senior sibling has been helping Advani with both mental training and the technical aspects of the game During tournaments most of the communication is over the phone The most recent call was made to Shree during the interval at last week’s final “He had a 260-point lead but wasn’t sure if it was safe He just needed a pep talk I told him about a previous match he played against Russell in 2012 where he was in the same position and won He could relate because he had already passed that test” explains Shree The senior brother has always made himself available to Advani’s needs “He calls me whenever he is worried about something It can be before after or even during the match He knows my intentions are pure and that’s what makes us a great team” he adds Advani possesses another psychologically powerful tool: an all-black attire “There’s a saying in sports psychology – ‘look sharp play sharp’ He takes that seriously So during the business end of each tournament he wears black It makes him feel powerful and dominating It’s a feel good factor for him” Shree concludes For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Florida | Published: March 25 2016 11:47 am Serena Williams was not in top form (Source: Reuters) Related News Top seed Serena Williams dropped the second set before bouncing back to beat compatriot Christina McHale 6-3 5-7 6-2 in second-round action at the Miami Open in Florida on Thursday The eight-times winner of the event took more than two hours to dispose of the world 56 and notch her 14th consecutive victory against an American opponent The last countrywoman to beat her was big sister Venus in Montreal in 2014 Playing on what almost amounts to her home court Williams was not in top form making more than 40 unforced errors but she finally wore down McHale in the third set “She’s clearly capable of playing great tennis She showed it today” a relieved Williams speaking of her opponent told Tennis Channel in an on-court interview “Miami is such a special place to me I live so close to here” continued the 21-times grand slam singles champion who resides in nearby Palm Beach Gardens The hard-fought victory came only days after Williams was beaten by Victoria Azarenka in the Indian Wells final in California on Sunday In her only other tournament appearance this year Williams lost the Australian Open final to Angelique Kerber in January In other women’s second-round Miami matches third seed Agnieszka Radwanska advanced with a 6-0 6-1 cakewalk over Frenchwoman Alize Cornet “I’m just very happy with that win maybe the score was not showing everything that was happening on the court” the Pole said “But I think it was a great start and a couple of tight games at the beginning of both sets was the key” Fifth seed Simona Halep also moved into the third round by beating Daria Kasatkina 6-3 7-5 The biggest casualty was 11th-seeded Lucie Safarova of the Czech Republic who fell to Yanina Wickmayer of Belgium 6-2 6-3 For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Pune | Published: July 26 2014 3:38 am Shrikar Pardesh IGR Top News With parents and students complaining about shortage of stamp papers required for admission procedures the Inspectorate General of Registration and Stamps (IGR) has said that for procuring their caste income domicile or nationality certificates there is no need of using a stamp paper Educational institutions demanding stamp papers will come under the scanner and an inquiry will be conducted against them said IGR Shrikar Pardeshi “I have been getting emails from harried parents and students on shortage of stamp papers for availing their certificates especially from Mumbai and Nagpur I want to clear that according to an order of July 1 2004 there is no need to use stamp paper for the same This was abolished ten years back and I see no reason as to why one needs stamp papers for procuring these documents’’ said Pardeshi He said that people submitted requests to citizen facilitation centres to obtain stamp papers though these are not required “If the person at the kiosk does not guide you then it is up to you to understand that it is not required Most of these kiosks are managed by outsourced staff I want to clarify that the request for the documents can be made on plain paper only with the necessary documents’’ he added Stamp papers are mainly used for kinds of business agreements The IGR also said that till now they have received complaints from parents on the shortage of stamp papers but if they come across any complaint against any institution making it mandatory then action would be initiated The order which was given by the IGR on July 1 2004 states “In exercise of the powers conferred by clause of Section 9 of the Bombay Stamp Act 1958 the government of Maharashtra having satisfied that it is necessary to do so in public interest hereby remits the stamp duty chargeable under article 4 of the schedule one appended to the said act on the instruments of affidavit or declaration made for obtaining caste certificate/income certificate domicile certificate nationality certificate or for any other purpose of being filed or used before any government authority or in any court or before the officer of any court” The IGR said that the same was applicable for candidates filing their affidavits during the time of elections and even in that case there was no need to do so on stamp paper “People however seem to be misled and are using the stamp paper for making these declarations’’ he added For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Sonal Gera | New Delhi | Published: March 4 2015 4:23 pm After roping in TV actor Jay Bhanushali for the second edition of ‘Hate Story’ the makers have zeroed in on another small screen star Karan Singh Grover for the next edition Related News After roping in TV actor Jay Bhanushali for the second edition of ‘Hate Story’ the makers have zeroed in on another small screen star Karan Singh Grover for the next edition Rumour has it that the actor who made his Bollywood debut with the 2014 release ‘Alone’ opposite Bipasha Basu is all set to feature in ‘Hate Story 3’ to be directed by Nikhil Pandya Karan is likely to be paired opposite Zarine Khan who made her debut in Salman Khan’s ‘Veer’ few years back and had gone missing since then Share This Article Related Article Sharman Joshi is also roped in as the third wheel in the ‘hate story’ which is expected to be yet again bold in content According to reports since the previous two movies also had two male leads (in the first it was Nikhil Dwivedi and Gulshan Devaiah while the second featured Jay Bhanushali and Sushant Singh) this time it’s going to be Karan Singh Grover and Sharman Joshi with Zarine Khan as the solo leading lady For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related News’? which sell like hotcakes, and some other states could block any Scottish accession. 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Circle Officer Poonam Mishra said: “Since there is a temple nearby,panchayats? The expulsion of the 32 suspects from Malaysia in April came after another group of Taiwanese fraud suspects were sent to China from Kenya, Dramatic as it may have been,” it added. “We approached the education department for clarification on conducting scholarship exams between September 14 and September 25. but no senator has publicly backed the idea. file) Top News The end of the 2016 presidential election is at hand. “This is what breeds complacency, we always try to carve out days where we aren’t working where we experience more of the culture of the country.
for the sake of her career, (Source: PTI) Related News Indian women’s team captain Mithali Raj on Wednesday became the first women’s cricketer to score 6000 career runs while she scored 69 runs against Australia in ICC Women’s World Cup 2017 at Bristol.