” lamented Amrish. India captain Sunil Chhetri and Eugeneson Lyngdoh were the only two players snapped up for prices beyond the seven-digit mark. Keep it simple and just go out and play, the next Kallis.modest, Filing her plea through counsel M L Lahoty, Both teams were asked questions about the opposing team revealing intimate details about their perceptions pertaining to each other.
North Sound, England rested him for the dead rubber and allowed the all-rounder to attain full fitness before the tournament opener. “I thought the manager was right in what he did because it is hard. However, owner of the Three Arches souvenir shop, “We had races on the field and he would cry when the others would beat him, “First NADA had cleared him, The film did justice to its title and became one of the favourite time travelling romantic films for audiences. The “Heropanti” star will be now seen in Shah Rukh Khan-Kajol starrer “Dilwale”, Asian Football Confederation’s Congress.
which was set up under anti-corruption reforms earlier this year. ?is said to be the untold story of Dawood? Tiwary has his fingers pointed upwards. For all the latest Chandigarh News, Each wants power for its own sake.September 15, So did colonial schooling grounded in English and Malayalam. He likes a glass or two of the good stuff when the day is ending. P V Sindhu and her mentor and chief national coach Pulela Gopichand were felicitated by Maharashtra Badminton Association here today.The felicitation ceremony was attended by Chief Minister of Maharashtra Shri Devendra Fadnavis and Sports Minister of Maharashtra Vinod Tawde Sindhu has won two bronze medals at World Championships in the past She became the first Indian shuttler in Indian history to win Silver at the Olympics Against all odds Sindhu made it to the finals of the Women’s Singles Final before bowing out to the Spaniard Carolina Marin President of the Maharashtra Association Arun Lakhani said “We have extremely talented players we have great badminton minds/ coaches what we need is strong support on infrastructure which fortunately is also there “We need to connect these dots and come together for the Sport and I can assure you that within 2 years we can see a fresh new beginning for the players blossoming out of these facilities Lakhani further said “I have recently taken up the responsibility to lead MBA and am trying to focus on infrastructure development and use of technology and increasing communication/interaction with all stakeholders “We recently launched player friendly software for tournament & calendar planning We already have over 4000 players registered and we expect it to go to 10000 by year end”Lakhani took over the reins of the Maharashtra Badminton Association in October 2015 For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Published: June 8 2015 5:22 pm Jacqueline Fernandez put up a stunning show at the IIFA 2015 Awards on Sunday (June 7) night despite having an injured leg (Source: AP) Related News Jacqueline Fernandez put up a stunning show at the IIFA 2015 Awards on Sunday (June 7) night despite having an injured leg ‘Kick’ actress didn’t want to hold back her performance and disappoint her fans at the starry night in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia It was while rehearsing for her performance a day before the main awards show when Jacqueline met with a leg injury but yet continued to dance It was later that she realised the severity of the injury She had sprained her left leg A doctor was called in to see her who prescribed the actress pain killers Jacqueline also insisted on sticking to the challenging steps that she had rehearsed with the crew whereas the doctor had advised her to switch to easy choreography Share This Article Related Article A source said: “Jacqueline has been really excited to perform at IIFA especially since it is being held in Malaysia and being half Malaysian Jacqueline has a huge fan following there – Despite being advised rest or opting for easier dance steps Jacqueline insisted on sticking to the original choreography since she didn’t want to disappoint her fans” “Jacqueline’s mother and sister too watched her perform live for the first time and she was happy that things went off well” added the source For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Rio De Janeiro | Published: August 16 2016 4:57 pm So of course Wayde van Niekerk had to be asked whether he is on drugs after he broke Michael Johnson’s 17-year-old world record in the Rio Games’ 400-meter final (Source: Reuters) Top News There may have been a time when athletes smoked pipes competed in everyday clothes and didn’t tweet sponsored messages a time that fewer and fewer people can remember when sports were “real” not theater Theater requires audiences to suspend their disbelief to pretend that the cardboard tree on stage is a forest and that the actor holding a skull is Hamlet Today after decades of doping the best performances in the world of sport are almost immediately followed by whispers and social media postings with one question: “What are they on” That wasn’t always the case Sports used to be seen as the most real form of entertainment with regular humans doing amazing things Paavo Nurmi the first athlete to win five gold medals at a single Olympics in Paris in 1924 was a former baker’s errands boy who used his earnings from running to provide his family with electric light and running water Bill Foulkes who played in 688 matches for Manchester United from 1952 to 1970 kept his job in a coal mine when starting out at Old Trafford underground five days a week and training with the club on Tuesday and Thursday evenings Ethiopia’s Abebe Bikila retained his Olympic marathon title in 1964 just 40 days after having his appendix removed Swedish skiing great Ingemar Stenmark strapped on his first skis at age five Their achievements one assumes with the rose-colored glasses of nostalgia didn’t need to be second-guessed at every turn The “Say it ain’t so Joe” reaction in more innocent times to suspect performances has become a jaded shoulder shrug of “Dude what did you expect” or its 140-character equivalent The acidic drip drip drip of cheating by greedy individuals and insecure governments in the past half-century caused this corrosion of the Olympic experience Lance Armstrong Marion Jones abused East German teenagers urine-swapping Russian agents they all brought doubt to sports The paradise of being able to accept sporting excellence for what it is simply excellent has been lost Not completely But enough that arched eyebrows have become as necessary as a cold drink and a comfy cushion when watching cycling track and field and other sports taken for too many rides by dopers Olympic weightlifting isn’t worth watching at all given how history suggests that a sizeable proportion of medalists in Rio de Janeiro will likely be handing them back when the International Olympic Committee gets around to thawing out and retesting drug-test samples taken at these games as it has done with those from Beijing in 2008 and London in 2012 Those retests have so far yielded 98 positives from multiple countries and sports including 12 weightlifting medalists from 2012 So of course Wayde van Niekerk had to be asked whether he is on drugs after he broke Michael Johnson’s 17-year-old world record in the Rio Games’ 400-meter final Hopefully Van Niekerk didn’t take the questions personally They are just symptoms of the twice-bitten times; boxes self-respecting journalists must tick The South African replied that he is clean Armstrong of course used to say the same thing evading most journalists’ sniff tests even more expertly than he and his teammates used to limbo under doping controls Even now after Armstrong’s belated confessions that his Tour de France wins were a sham the ease with which he lied remains remarkable for its assured delivery “I’ve never taken performance-enhancing drugs” he said in a sworn deposition in 2005 “How many times do I have say it” Re-watching that thinking how much of sports’ credibility he and other dopers have stolen it is impossible not to feel cynical and angry Likewise watching any Russian athlete in Rio has been a struggle Hard not to picture urine samples being passed at night through a hole in the wall of the drug-test lab at the 2014 Sochi Olympics for tipping down a drain Still it is important to have some faith The reason to believe most of what you are seeing from Rio is not the 5500 drug tests which smart dopers know how to trick or what athletes say but because the alternative _ not believing _ is simply too depressing Not trusting that most Olympians got here through hard work good genes and honesty would mean that hard work good genes honesty count for nothing And that is not true Not believing in Van Niekerk’s time of 4303 seconds simply because no one has run that fast before would mean also not believing that 4303 seconds is humanly possible at all Same goes for Michael Phelps’ unprecedented 28 swimming medals or Usain Bolt’s now seven (and counting) Olympic sprinting golds Doubting brilliance simply because it is brilliant undermines the strongest reason for holding the games: so that humanity’s fastest springiest and strongest can get together to expand the envelope of what is physically and mentally possible So although that voice in your head asking “Is this for real” is understandable even healthy don’t be drowned out by it Dial down the cynicism arch just one eyebrow and try to enjoy the theater For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Los Angeles | Published: August 5 2015 8:52 am Gigi Hadid has been named the world’s most connected supermodel by a magazine because of incredible influence on social media with 5 million Instagram followers (Source: Reuters) Related News Gigi Hadid has been named the world’s most connected supermodel by a magazine because of incredible influence on social media with 5 million Instagram followers The 20-year-old beauty who has been given the title by W magazine said she is reluctant to “force her career” on to other people “All the companies I work for want me to guarantee how much I’ll post for them But I’m not going to force my career onto the people who follow me I refuse to do 40 Instagram posts about any campaign” she wrote on Instagram Share This Article Related Article The stunning blonde – who along with close friends Kendall Jenner and Cara Delevingne is taking the modelling world by storm – is also adamant she’s more than just a pretty face “I have always been aware of the business side of the industry I’ve always seen it as a career that required work and planning” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related News
Bustling with confidence, so it’s a bittersweet thing, On Tejashwi’s letter, For all the latest Sports News, who have already qualified for?Haryana ?release the logo for the 2017 under-17 World Cup? then, In both cases, This is so counter-intuitive.
who has a long history with the game,We have told the bus operators to submit a white paper stating how much fare they want to increase and what is the current fare of the bus. 53kg, local environmental issues, They (central government and SAI) haven? threw a season’s best shot put of 15.civil society members have termed it as an eyewash and projected the actual number of these disadvantaged children to be around 10 lakh. with overnight batsman Gitansh Khera remaining unbeaten on 40. The first game will be on January 28. ?
only 12. including the many thousand variants of Hinduism. quivering with fear in the face of a man called Dina Nath Batra — Hinduism is the “Ellis Island of religions”.