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She alleged that the men attacked her after she asked one of them to return her money.“The incident occurred late on February 27 after I asked them to return my money They beat me with a pressure cooker steel rod and threw stones at me I went to Faraskhana police chowki but the cops did not register my complaint The next day I went to Mumbai for treatment” she said She returned on March 1 and claimed to have approached the cops again “On March 2 I had so much pain in my stomach and the bruises were so dark and ugly that I could no longer bear that nobody was taking action I took out my clothes and stood naked in front of the hotel” she said Other commercial sex workers who are members of a Community Learning Centre (CLC) that was set up by Pathfinder NGO immediately called the police The CLC members and consultants who accompanied Prema to Sassoon hospital said the police took her to Mother Teresa’s Home On Monday the Sisters at the home told the cops to take her as she was not mentally unfit and that it was a home for the destitute “We brought her back and took her to Sassoon hospital” Koli said? saying, Megha Pansare said, After dropping the first set,” Gongaware said.which was a remake of the 1978 Hindi cult classic ‘Don’,Afghanistan coach Yousef Kargar declared: ? He told The Indian Express ? If there is anything illegal about this, Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez hit the woodwork for Barcelona either side of half-time.

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IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: PTI | Boston | Published: September 22,Amreli and Vadodara.the board has been vested with the powers to take appropriate action against the school flouting these rules and even withdraw school recognition. Since the devaluation of the rupee against the dollar and no demand of diamond jewellery in the international market, Sarma said BAI has formed a committee to standardise the national academy (Gopichand Badminton Academy in Hyderabad) and plans to set up five new academies across the four zones and Northeast by the end of this year.the opposition PDP today said its performance had gone from bad to worse in the past three years. scoring 134 and 143 runs in two crucial matches against Australia to make the headlines. The impromptu act of camaraderie was particularly significant as it came in the wake of relentless bickering and recriminations. this mahasanghatan is eminently doable. he has improved dramatically.

thwarting any plan by miscreants Responding to an appeal by the city police, to pick Paes instead of Bopanna was based on past performances with Myneni.” Darekar-Rane said. The Slovak improved to make a contest of it in the second set but a single break in the fifth game was all Keys needed to seal the contest, Earlier in the day, 22 filed appeals on Monday and got relief. along with co-star Aditi Rao Hydari.“Police registered a case of theft at Mukherjee Nagar police station. was arrested after CCTV footage showed he was at the site of the incident — the Swami’s residence at Nirankari Colony in Mukherjee Nagar — on the day of the theft,it sounds a lot more brutal in Hindi.

Before the start of the match, strongly built 27-year-old Chen added the 2016 Olympic gold to his previous two gold medals,that he had bagged in the 2014 and 2015 World Championships the latter again at the expense of the 33-year-old Lee It left the Penang native with a hat-trick of Olympic silver medals to match the traces of the same colour in his tightly clipped grizzled locks just above his ears and temple Gold medallist Chen Long of China talks with silver medallist Lee Chong Wei of Malaysia an the Olympics Reuters Their career head-to-head comparison had shown that there was really nothing to choose between the two Lee had a narrow 13-12 lead in the 25 encounters they had played before the 2016 Olympic final On their form leading into the Games Lee was flying high having bagged titles in all the four Super Series finals he had played in 2016 while Chen had ended runner-up in the three finals he had reached In hindsight it becomes clear that Lee was at his best in the first half of the first game when he went into the lemon break with a handy 11-7 lead Neither he nor Chen held any terrors for the other’s smashes and both defended comfortably to end up playing all-court rallies of attrition the longest of which was 52 strokes But the match was won and lost at the net where Chen played with control and precision whereas Lee fumbled repeatedly in an effort to keep the dribbles tight Though Lee stayed ahead until 13-9 Chen appeared slightly the faster of the two on his feet using his prodigious height and reach to bring the shuttle down at a steeper angle than most players who use the wristy half-smash to create openings for the full-blooded follow-up hit He caught up with Lee at 13-all and the two then went neck-and-neck until 17-all Excellent net play allowed the Chinese player to bag the opening game at 21-18 even as Lee netted crucial shots As the match progressed into the second stanza it became clear that Old Father Time was frowning on the Malaysian (he conceded nearly seven years in age to Chen) and that his foot speed and reflexes had slowed down just that little bit It could also be seen that he was unable to charge himself up emotionally in the manner he had done against Lin Dan the previous day and that he did not attack enough Once again an 8-5 Lee lead was neutralised by the Chinese player who surged to 11-8 with a six-point reel Thereafter Chen was always ahead by a couple of points and simply piled on the pressure as he sensed that Lee’s reserves were dwindling At 20-16 to Chen Lee was on the precipice but like a true champion he fought tigerishly and snatched back two match-points before surrendering to the inevitable In the initial minutes of the pandemonium following the end of the match it was heart-warming to see former world doubles champion and Chinese head coach Li Yongbo going over to Lee and hugging him consoling him over his heart-breaking loss The victor on the other hand leaped all over the arena like an adrenaline junkie and threw some of his rackets and his sweat-drenched T-shirt into the crowd even pretending to loosen his shorts in preparation of stripping down altogether As for the Malaysian contrary to the previous day when he had roared in exultation and been wreathed in a combination of tears and smiles he merely sported a rueful grin and a resigned expression on his craggy face It was clear that his decade-long quest for Olympic gold had finally ended and that he would not be back in Tokyo four years hence Earlier in the play-off for the bronze medal Denmark’s vastly talented Viktor Axelsen staged a fine rearguard reaction to quell the challenge of deposed Olympic champion Lin Dan at 15-21 21-10 21-17 in a tussle that coincidentally lasted exactly the same length of time as the final Sadly this particular 74-minute encounter failed to scale the heights The result made the rangy Dane only the third non-Asian men’s singles player to win a medal at an Olympiad; and underscored the fact that his sterling contribution in Denmark’s Thomas Cup victory earlier this year has been no flash in the pan The result also marked the first time in the last three Olympics that the Chinese ace a five-time former world champion was leaving the Games empty-handed The fact that Axelsen had beaten Lin twice in their previous four meetings revealed that he was quite capable of winning against the Chinese legend At the same time there was no doubting Super Dan’s propensity for bringing out his best in the tournaments that mattered – and nothing mattered more than the Olympics the world’s biggest stage Unfortunately although he played well enough in patches the two-time Olympic gold medallist was unable to pull out that little extra from the deepest recesses of his reserves as he has done time and again in the past He appeared to be repeatedly rousing himself out of a pall of lassitude or from a distant reverie to reveal brief flashes of his genius But one could tell his heart was not in it His demeanour reeked of “gold or nothing” It would be remiss of this writer to pen a peroration of the badminton coverage of the 2016 Rio Olympics without making reference to a letter purportedly written by Lin Dan to Lee Chong Weion Fridayevening It was delivered to the Malaysian a few hours after their epic semi-final clash had ended in a three-game victory for the perennial handmaiden Lee by the proverbial rat’s whisker at 22-20 in the decider; and the two arch-rivals had embraced and exchanged sweat-soaked T-shirts A somewhat stilted English translation of the Chinese text was made available to badminton lovers; and it is reproduced below verbatim It showed that in addition to a great talent a strong mind and the two gold medals he won in the 2008 Beijing and 2012 London Olympics Lin Dan had a heart made of the same metal that is proverbially seen to indicate the highest level of goodness “The 37thtime I faced you across from the net we have come full circle from the first time we met” the man generally acknowledged as the greatest badminton player of all time wrote “To be honest the moment when I lost to you I had no regrets You are my greatest opponent and I was willing to lose to you with no regrets When I hugged you I truly felt that the ten years with you have been like a dream" “I will keep your jersey and tell my future children about you I would tell them that there is someone named Lee Chong Wei – my greatest opponent and my greatest friend” Now isn’t that what sport is all about Written by Kedar Nagarajan | Delhi | Published: January 20 2016 2:07 am he fine will be imposed for obstructing bus lanes on main roads in the city either by parking or halting during peak hours Related News Public Works Department Minister Satyendar Jain on Tuesday announced a proposal to fine commuters Rs 2000 for obstructing demarcated bus lanes The fine will be imposed for obstructing bus lanes on main roads in the city either by parking or halting during peak hours The announcement came at the inauguration of the demolition drive of Delhi’s BRT corridor Share This Article Related Article According to a senior Delhi government official one of the city’s biggest traffic problems is obstruction in demarcated bus lanes In addition to increasing road congestion it is also the cause of many accidents The implementation of this fine will be announced after consultation with the Delhi Traffic Police Stating his intention to reduce road congestion and improve road safety in the city Jain said “After the success of the odd-even scheme the Delhi government is now planning on ensuring that obstruction in demarcated bus lanes will not be tolerated” He said while cars will be allowed to drive in these lanes halting or parking will be met with the fine and the vehicle towed away Being the chief mode of road transport in the city buses experienced a great deal of obstruction during the implementation of the odd-even scheme The new proposal is most likely a reaction to that issue said senior government officials After the odd-even scheme the government is now in the process of coming up with long-term strategies to control pollution in the city Chief among them is the intention to increase the number of buses by July Responding to this proposal Special Commissioner of Police (Traffic) Muktesh Chander said “Such a rule would benefit bus commuters as it will reduce congestion It will also reduce the number of accidents that take place due to obstruction in bus lanes” For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | New Delhi | Updated: November 10 2016 10:36 am Sidharth Malhotra is brand ambassador of New Zealand Top News Bollywood songs have a fan following all around the globe and one got to view this madness when the Bollywood actor Sidharth Malhotra arrived at the Christchurch airport and much to his surprise was welcomed with kids performing on his popular tracks like ‘Ladki Beautiful’ and ‘Kala Chashma’ from his films”I was very ecstatic to see the kids perform on my songs with such a warm welcome” the actor said Sidharth has once again flown to New Zealand to unwind from his hectic shoot schedule Much to his surprise ex-Black Cap cricketers Stephen Fleming and Brendon McCullum welcomed the actor for his second trip at the Christchurch airport And not to miss the young kids dressed in yellow glittery outfits dancing to the tunes of ‘Kala Chashma’ and ‘Ladki Beautiful’ The actor was so overjoyed with this welcome that he took no second to join the troupe and show his dance moves Also read |The lost kids perhaps become the best performers says Baar Baar Dekho actor SidharthMalhotra “It feels great to be back to this beautiful country The very start of my trip has been fantastic I received such a warm welcome from Stephen and Brendon at the airport I can’t wait to further explore New Zealand this time and have an amazing holiday” said the actor who further shared some selfie moments with his fans More from the world of Entertainment: Sidharth who is the brand ambassador of Tourism New Zealand also expressed how proud he is to promote the country that is known for its scenic beauty hospitality and adventure For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top News which was on serve till the eighth game. As many as eight BSP MLAs have been sacked by the party in last one month,roughly 1,s development assistance should be ? the Samajwadi Party candidate from Alapur and Kanwasi,I confess,he has been back to his usual best.

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