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Now,the ministry and DGCA have wrested a victory of sorts. 2017 00:02 AM | Updated Date: Sep 26,6,the police said,Beginning the work 10 days before June means that the work will be done in haste, said Sujata Padhyea resident of Baner Vivek Velankar of Sajag Nagrik Manchtoosaid the work done at the eleventh hour will surely affect the quality He added that standards set by the Indian Road Congress (IRC) should be followed while carrying out these works Flood-prone areas within PMC jurisdiction The most common spots where Pune city witnesses floods every monsoon is Sinhagad Road along Mutha riverPulachiwadi in Deccanslums at Kamgar Putla in ShivajinagarPatil Estate In the recent pastPMC limits also witnessed flooding in BanerPashan and Aundh area where the nullah got flooded and water gushed into society premises The same situation exists at some places in Yerawada and Mangalwar Peth Flood-prone areas in industrial township There are several low-lying areas in Pimpri-Chinchwad where water enters houses and hutments during heavy rain Some areas marked as sensitive by the civic administration include: Sanjay Gandhi slumsBhatnagarAmbedkar ColonyRamabai Nagar (all in Pimpri)Pawarvasti in DapodiHirabai slums in KasarwadiAnandvan Ashram area in PhugewadiSangviMulanagarMudhuban Society areaPimple GuravKaspatevasti in Wakad Even Morya Gosavi temple in Chinchwad goes under water when the river is in full flow during heavy rain For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsName:Manjeet Chhillar Age:30 Position:All-rounder Key move:Manjeet’s most lethal moves include the dash block and a thigh hold With brute strength Manjeet often brings down a raider in just one heave To add to it he has an excellent sense of timing and more often than not pounces at the right time Manjeet Chhillar Image courtesy: Star Sports Past record:Part of the gold medal-winning Indian teams at the 2013 Asian Indoor Games and 2014 Asian Games He is also an Arjuna Awardee Manjeet Chhillar is among the top faces of kabaddi in India Hailing from the Nizampur in Haryana he is one of the greatest role model in his native place However kabaddi was not where his heart lied initially Manjeet was a wrestler to start with but an injury to his nose forced him to turn to kabaddi It proved to be a blessing in disguise Dedicated as always Manjeet’s transition from wrestling to kabaddi had it’s own challenges To be eligible for selection to the junior Indian kabaddi team Manjeet lost 12kgs in a month his brother had told Sportskeeda With gold medals at Indoor Asian Games and Asian Games Manjeet Chhillar was a champion but he became a national icon only after his exploits in the Pro Kabaddi League With over 400 points in the four seasons Manjeet is the only player in the league to average above 100 points per season He is also the only player to feature among top ten defenders and top ten raiders in the first three editions of the league Having won the Most Valuable player in season two Manjeet has been an able leader throughout the four seasons Initially with Bengaluru Bulls and then at the Puneri Paltan It doesn’t require great effort to get Manjeet riled up during a kabaddi match and some see it as his falling but his tendency to put his hand up and deliver at the very crunch moments makes him a true great The 30-year-old all-rounder is often the first to take charge if a match is on a knife edge He takes it to himself to win his side the match and more often than not he succeeds 68 points in season four was disappointing by Manjeet’s high standards thus making him more dangerous at the World Cup Expect a backlash as there is no way the man from Nizampur won’t raise his game for such a big tournament Selecting him in a team and perhaps also in the starting seven seems pretty much a no-brainer considering his match-winning abilities And if ever India find themselves in a spot of bother they will have a lion-heart in Manjet Chhillar to see them through Meeting Olympians without a country of their own to represent so to speak was a most humbling experience at the Laureus International Sports Awards in Monte Carlo in February These athletes formed the ‘Refugee Team’ a term both self-explanatory and pathos-laden A motley group of 10 made up the contingent: Five athletes from Sudan two from Syria two from Congo and a solitary Ethiopian Among the galaxy of sports stars at the awards ceremony they looked nondescript They hardly attracted little attention initially None obviously had the award-winning credentials of Usain Bolt or Simone Biles nor the magnificent renown of past sports superstars like Nadia Comaneci Boris Becker Edwin Moses Daley Thompson Steve Waugh — to name a few — who were in attendance The Winners of the Laureus Sport for Good the Olympic Refugee team pose with their trophy and Laureus Academy Member Tegla Loroupe at the Winners Press Conference and Photocall during the 2017 Laureus World Sports Awards at the Salle des Etoiles Sporting Monte Carlo in Monaco Monaco Photo by Eamonn M McCormack/Getty Images for Laureus But in fact their presence signified a path-breaking event that had taken place year And once it became known what they stood for in the Olympic movement they got a rousing reception At the 2016 Rio summer Olympics apart from all the stories about sporting prowess achievement talent struggle victory and loss this was one that was perhaps among the most remarkable yet For these Games the IOC had created a fund to train athletes from war-ravaged countries athletes who could not compete under their own national flags Athletes who had the talent and potential to be participating at the international level but were deprived of locus standii For the International Olympic Committee here was something they could do Choose 10 athletes to compete under the Olympic Flag Syrian refugee Ibrahim Al-Hussein carried the Olympic Flame through Eleonas refugee camp in Greece as part of the Flame Relay The Refugee Team competed in the IOC uniform because they couldn’t have the colours of their native country But in the march past they were given pride of place just behind host country Brazil What did participating in the Olympics mean to these athletes It was both a painful and liberating experience at the same time Sudanese 800 metre runner Yiech Pur Biel who along with Syrian swimmer Rami Anis was in Monte Carlo for the awards perhaps captures the sentiment best: "To be called a refugee is not gratifying But this is circumstantial It may not be your fault at all Anyone can become a refugee When we compete in the Olympics we tell the world that at least we can be part of the inspiration that these Games provide We are refugees but we can contribute to our society and the world…" The Refugee Team was housed in the Olympic Village and treated exactly as all the other 11000 athletes in Rio by the IOC They ate the same food and slept in rooms similar to those occupied by the likes of Michael Phelps etc Modern Olympics are structured around nation-states Athletes represent their respective countries under the aegis of the national Olympic Committee They vie for honours — medals and national pride — against those from other countries They have a flag which gives them identity and inspiration It’s a format that had prevailed for over a century since the Olympics were revived in 1896 The identity of the competing athlete at the Games was necessarily entwined with his or her country and flag That has changed with Rio perhaps forever Thomas Bach president of the IOC made the declaration of the “worldwide refugee crisis” The UNHCR had hailed the participation of the refugees and a “tribute to the courage and perseverance of all refugees” As Syrian swimmer Rami Anis said "I was waiting for a few years with no aid no support before we met this institution which helped me and made it possible for me to achieve my goals I didn’t leave my country to do tourism rather because of the war and destruction back in Syria So while we might have lost our home and houses in our own country we haven’t left our dreams We are here to keep believing in our dreams" Essentially the participation of the Refugee Team in the Rio 2016 Games was a seminal moment in how sport could play a major role in conflict resolution in a world riven with strife It was the first time something like this had been attempted It was an acknowledgement by the sporting community of the enormous humanitarian crisis engulfing the world where politicians have been fighting disagreeing trying to help: or in fact actually creating the refugee crisis No complete solution is in sight but gestures such as these provide aspiration goodwill and hope of a better tomorrow Myanmar Bangladesh agree to cooperate on Rohingya refugee repatriation | Reuters World Reuters Oct 24 2017 22:05:57 IST Comment 0 Tweet This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed Published Date: Oct 24 2017 22:05 PM | Updated Date: Oct 24 2017 22:05 PM Tags : #Reuters Also See Ram Madhvani (“Neerja”), For all the latest Entertainment News, Through Astrosat,things can?

Only a handful of Indian companies are considered creditworthy enough in international markets to be able to borrow at such low interest rates. Bengaluru Bulls also created the record for most points scored by a team in the fifth season of Pro Kabaddi League.youth wing, Meanwhile the unique feature of the website is the photos of physiotherapy methods have been displayed on the website so parents can do them at home.we don? counter the Mali attackers.s relentless attempts to maintain goodwill (sadbhavna) and truth.200 sq metre area.before a final report is submitted.

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