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12-year-old son Billy and daughter Nell,Jet Li and Dolph Lundgren. an urban planner and pedestrian safety activist from Chennai, Pakistan were faltering at 41 for two under the Edgbaston floodlights. who had already dismissed Hashim Amla.With runs not coming easily and wickets falling at regular intervals the South African batsmen were feeling the heat Ashwin started with a quicker delivery to which Du Plessis played it down to the third man after getting an outside edge There was Yes-No between the two batsmen which eventually led to Miller making his way back to the dug-out Virat Kohli had the easiest of run outs of David Miller thanks to a chaotic mix up WATCH: http://s.tco/FNo0yp4Lxu #INDvSA #CT17 pictwittercom/8vioq3s5ma — ICC (@ICC) 11 June 2017 However the Indian skipper missed the throw at the batman’s end Fortunately Kedar Jadhav collected it and dislodged the bails to end the absolute mess Meanwhile the Indian bowlers did a fabulous job as they restricted the South African batsmen from scoring easy runs and put India in the driver’s seat For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: ANI | Bhubaneswar | Published: January 9 2017 1:12 pm Rourkela Steel Plant Top News The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Monday arrested Rourkela Steel Plant Executive Director BP Burma allegedly for taking bribe Burma was arrested on the allegation of taking Rs one lakh bribe to pass a tender The CBI also seized Rs 20 lakh (in Rs 2000 notes) after raids at Burma’s residence The investigation into seizure of huge cash of Rs 2000 denomination from Burma’s possession is currently underway More details to be followed For all the latest Bhubaneswar News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: May 9 2017 8:53 pm AB de Villiers had a poor season for RCB this year (Source: BCCI/IPL) Related News Royal Challengers Bangalore’s form has struck a new low this season and this was followed up by a sad news for the RCB team members as dashing batsman South African AB de Villiers went back to South Africa to spend some time with his family Keeping in mind the schedule of the Champions Trophy De Villiers would look to come out fresh ahead of the second biggest ICC tournament The Royal Challengers Bangalore have one final game remaining of the season where they will look to regain some pride for their fans Bangalore till now has only been able to register victories over Delhi Daredevils and Gujarat Lions Currently sitting at bottom of the table with five points in 13 games Bangalore can now only hope for their revival in the next season with changed squad and team management The South African star expressed his views regarding a disappointing season with RCB this year saying”A disappointing #IPL2017 Some tough lessons learnt that we take in to next year Happy to be home with the family before the #CT17 in June” After watching RCB’s performance in the current season it would be hard to believe that they were the runners-up in IPL 2016 edition The big guns with the likes of Chris Gayle captain Virat Kohli and De Villiers failed in most of the matches Following back to back big losses skipper Virat Kohli apologised to the RCB fans on Monday for a disappointing season He wrote”Thanks to the @RCBTweets fans for all the unconditional love and support this season as well Sorry we couldn’t play up to our standards” For RCB the highest scorer in the season till now is Kedar Jadhav with 255 runs in 12 innings followed by Kohli with 250 runs in nine innings De Villiers is third on the chart with 216 runs in nine innings Royal Challengers Bangalore will play their final game on May 14 against Delhi Daredevils at Feroz ShahKotla where skipper Kohli would aim to end the campaign on a positive note at his home ground for the final time in this season For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Mohali | Published: April 5 2016 2:42 am Top News IN WHAT reeked of a situation that Delhi faced a few months ago when safai karamcharis of civic bodies went on strike heaps of garbage could be seen piled up at different places and dumping grounds overflowing in Mohali on Monday as sanitation workers stopped door-to-door garbage collection It was a bad day for the city residents who had to bear with the stink rising from the heaps of garbage Although it was the first day when the sanitation employees of the Municipal Corporation stopped door-to-door garbage collection their strike entered fifth day on Monday Sensing gravity of the situation the councillors of the Municipal Corporation have urged the municipal commissioner and mayor to talk to the agitating workers or make alternative arrangements for lifting the garbage Speaking to Chandigarh Newsline Congress councillor Kuljeet Singh Bedi said that the MC should talk to the agitating sanitation workers and sort out the issue He claimed people had already started coming to them to request them for making alternative arrangements for lifting the garbage The employees of other MCs in Patiala Bathinda and Jalandhar have lent their support to the agitating workers in Mohali and demanded reguralisation of services of all sanitation workers who have been working on a contractual basis in the MCs for long Sajjan Singh the leader of the protesting employees said that the MC had given the sanitation contract for more than Rs 13 crore to a private firm but the government would just have to spend Rs 6 crore in making the employees regular The MC spent crores on purchasing machines but they were not listening to the sanitation workers he added Municipal Commissioner Uma Shankar Gupta maintains that the regularisation of the services is a policy matter and they cannot do anything as the government has to take the decision in this regard He said that they would talk to the workers and find a solution in a day or two For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBerlin: The governments of Germany and China on Monday urged the US not to walk away from the Paris Agreement on climate change Speaking alongside her Chinese counterpart Germany’s environment minister Barbara Hendricks told the media in Berlinthat standing by the agreement would benefit Washington economically and politically as US president Donald Trump’s administration continued to revise the pact signed under his predecessor Barack Obama Efe news reported "We call on the US to remain within the Paris Agreement as we believe that this is not only important for the agreement itself but also for the US economy" Hendricks said ahead of the opening of the eighth Petersburg Climate Dialogue a German government initiative aimed at allowing countries to discuss international climate policy File image of German environment minister Barbara Hendricks (L) with Chinese politician Xie Zhenhua (R) at the opening of Petersberg Climate Dialogue in Berlin AP The US upholding its commitment to the agreement would help tackle rising temperatures and ensure Washington could exercise its "influence" on the issue in future she said The minister said a possible walking away from the agreement would not be good economically for the US Chinese politician Xie Zhenhua called on all countries to remain committed to the agreement ensuring that China would stand by it independent of Washington’s final decision Trump’s government has spent weeks studying a possible withdrawal from the climate change agreement and was looking to arrive at a decision in the coming days Hendricks pointed out that Chancellor Angela Merkel had spoken to Trump and asked him to keep the US within the framework while Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel spoke to Secretary of State Rex Tillerson on the same topic Madrid:Spanish fotball giants Real Madrid’s coach Zinedine Zidane has said he doesn’t expect any further acquisitions or departures from his squad in the ongoing transfer window Speaking after the traditional Santiago Bernabeu trophy game in which his side beat French second division outfit Stade Reims 5-3 on Wednesday Zidane spoke about his side’s transfer plicy reports Xinhua File photo of Zinedine Zidane AFP Madrid has only bought striker Alvaro Morata from Juventus and confirmed that midfielder Marcos Asensio would remain in the first team squad rather than being loaned out If there is no further movement in the transfer market this will be the lowest amount of money Real Madrid have spent on signings in the last 15 years "Sometimes that is the way it is and isn’t necessary to spend money A year from now I will probably say the same I am happy with the squad and the players" explained Zidane "We won the Champions League with these players and all I ask for them now is that they work hard because you win nothing with the name ‘Real Madrid’ alone Wait until 31 August but I don’t think that anyone else will come" "The squad is complete and I am happy with it and the players who will be with us but although my answer won’t change anything could happen" he added With the incoming of Asensio and Morata the squad has an abundance of attacking talents with players such as Cristiano Ronaldo Karim Benzema Gareth Bale Isco and James Rodriguez all aiming for a place in the starting 11 It looks almost impossible to keep all of them happy and after a disappointing campaign last year James had been signalled as a possible departure something Zidane was quick to deny "James is here I am pleased with the way he played and he is going to stay I am tired of answering questions about him" said the coach In 2003 a 21-year-old player from Switzerland sporting a ponytail and a wispy beard won the Wimbledon title for the first time in his career 14 years later Roger Federer is still winning Wimbledon titles Back in 2003 Federer defeated Mark Philippoussis in the final and won the title for the loss of just one set in the tournament — to Mardy Fish in the third round In 2017 a few days shy of his 36th birthday Federer won the title for a record eighth time without dropping a single set Roger Federer holding up the Wimbledon Championships trophy on the eight occasions that he has won it Reuters Gifted artistic sublime — these are some of the words that instantly come to mind when you think of Federer The Swiss ace’s career has been based on his classy and elegant style of tennis His movement has been compared to that of a ballet dancer’s his strokeplay to that of a an artist painting a blank canvas American writer David Foster Wallace famously called watching Federer playing tennisa religious experience describing his forehand as “a great liquid whip” and the man himself as “a creature whose body is both flesh and somehow light” It was this majestic talent that helped Federer scale the highest summits in the sport and complete his haul of 17 Grand Slam titles in 2012 By defeating home favourite Andy Murray in a rain-interrupted final five years ago he matched big-serving ‘Pistol’ Pete Sampras and 19th-century player William Renshaw for seven Wimbledon titles However from 2013 to 2016 Federer reached only three finals at Majors and suffered five heartbreaking losses in the semi-finals This year Federer has undergone an astonishing renaissance a revival bordering on the miraculous And there is another word that is now uncharacteristically associated with his success — pragmatic Federer realised that he needed to change the way he approached the sport to extend his career in it Last season saw Federer go under the knife for the first time — after a knee injury he sustained while running a bath for his twin daughters Surgery for his torn meniscus meant that he spent a month on the sidelines after the Australian Open He returned for the clay season at Monte Carlo and played Rome as well However it was at French Open that Federer made one of the most difficult decisions of his life — a decision that would eventually help shape his resurrection seven months later Federer decided to skip the French Open He had appeared in a record 65 consecutive Grand Slam tournaments but he chose to prioritise his health over a record Federer revealed the conversation he had with his fitness coach Pierre Paganini that helped him make the career-defining choice "I went there (Paris) and I was doing fitness with my fitness coach After like 10 minutes I looked at him and said ‘I don’t know what we’re doing in Paris seriously My knee is swollen I don’t feel ready to go It’s maybe the toughest tournament out there My back is funny My knee is not well What are we doing’ "As a team we just decided that it’s best to skip it So it wasn’t should I or shouldn’t I The body didn’t really allow me to play in my opinion "It was hard The first moment I felt relieved taking the decision Then when it went official people knew around the world I was not going to play in Paris I got a little sad I must admit because I felt like it was a great record for me to keep going 65 Slams in a row But health is so much more important than trying to hang onto some sort of a record"Federer told reportersat Wimbledon After skipping Roland Garros Federer played the grass-court season which ended with a painful defeat at the hands of Milos Raonic in a five-set thriller at the semi-final stage And then he did something that was almost unimaginable for the then World No 3 — he announced he was going to shut his season down and spend six months away from the sport The announcement was followed by the overreaction that is expected from the clicks-driven media with many critics quick to announce his end Just to refresh your memory here’s a look at what some of the news outlets said: "Is this the end for Roger Federer" screamed aFox Sportsheadline "Why Roger Federer will never win another Grand Slam"proclaimed TheTelegraph For Federer though this was all a part of a plan A plan to rehabilitate rest and return to tennis stronger And he did just that in 2017 Federer took the tennis world by storm winning his 18th Grand Slam with a sweet victory over long-time rival Nadal in the final of Australian Open He went to win the ‘Sunshine Double’ and lost just one match in the first quarter of the season He even achieved something he had never managed in his career before — beat Nadal two more times for four straight victories Here’s another word that you generally would’t associate with Federer — prudent But that’s exactly what the 35-year-old has become He is well aware of the tribulations of ticking time and decided to limit his tournaments to save himself for the ones that really matter “I will probably never be able to play 27 tournaments a year anymore We know that all But maybe instead of playing 22 you play 18 instead of 20 you play 17 That could totally happen You always need the right balance I feel like enough practice enough matches enough time off I guess as you get older everything becomes a bit different”he said in Melbourne And it was with this strategy that he once again made a risky call — he decided to forgo the clay-court season altogether in 2017 Instead of toiling on dirt over a soul-sapping six weeks he played a couple of exhibition matches for charity hung out with Bill Clinton and then returned to his Dubai residence to practice While Nadal romped to a record 10th Roland Garros title Federer was preparing himself for the tournament he treasures the most — The Championships Wimbledon While tennis experts and pundits once again critiqued his decision back then Federer’s move in hindsight turned out to be a masterstroke He may have been rusty at Stuttgart losing to Tommy Haas in his opening round for his second defeat of the season but by the time he stepped on the pristine green courts of Halle he was up and running on full throttle He went on to win 29 consecutive sets that helped him clinch his ninth title at the German city and his eighth crown at Wimbledon He joined Bjorn Borg (1976) as the only men in the Open era to win Wimbledon without losing a set While his peers Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic succumbed to their physically-failing bodies Federer waltzed through the tournament and won the final against a compromised Marin Cilic at the loss of just eight games With 19 Grand Slams Federer stands tall over all his competitors and is in no mood to stop pictwittercom/9PkPQWxAm7 — Ilya Ryvlin (@ryvlin) July 16 2017 To win using your talent makes you a champion; to maximise your potential the way Federer has is what makes him a legend Odes have been written about Federer’s exquisite style his gifted forehand and his graceful movement; this is an article in appreciation of Federer’s longevity The 35-year-old could have hung up his racquet and walked away from the sport long ago with plenty of records and accolades to his name But the fact that he still has the desire to play and the wherewithal to win puts him above every other champion who has graced this sport Jimmy Connors and Ken Rosewall were two players who competed well into their late 30s But their era was never as physical the tennis not as grinding and the schedule not as brutal as Federer’s epoch of dominance If Federer goes on he could come close to Connors in terms of matches played (and won) When asked what still keeps him going?” Anderson, to mix methandienone in the amino drink that Yadav was having during training? he had claimed that his cocaine positive was the? there is a 40-50 per cent cure rate when it comes to sarcomas,We believe that the world takes itself too seriously, reflects Kohli?

The expulsion will,Slavic exceptionalism,the DDA has also also enhanced these rates, Dikshit said According to the city governmentDDA rates of allotment for land for bus terminals has been enhanced from Rs 23468 lakh to Rs 41437 lakh per acre and for hospitals and old-age homes from Rs 18819 lakh per acre to Rs 30015 lakh per acre The DDA has also fixed a rate of Rs 253 lakh per acre for technical education institutions If we decide to set up bus depots to maintain 5000 busesthe financial implications would be around Rs 900 crore? and one wonders how policymakers in the government and the RBI work with macroeconomic statistics that are questioned by one and all; where there are persistent and glaring inconsistencies in the same data coming from different government sources. 2015 3:25 am Top News Hours before Vipin was shot dead on Tuesday, who taught wrestling to his daughters Babita Kumari and Geeta Phogat. “We are playing a full strength Indian team after a long?try and get a good start.Dattawadi, “The squad is experienced enough to deal with that kind of complicated periods.

For all the latest Chandigarh News, said the National Anti-Doping Agency (NADA) chief. “They have committed atrocities on us. which aggravated after the onset of the monsoon. My aspirations are very simple. he will think about it. Europe, International Film Festival of India-2015 (IFFI), 2017 3:17 pm Jose Mourinho and Gareth Bale. the last public spaces to assert a right to express and debate.

The Brimstowad project plans to increase it to 50 mm per hour. Laxman Vatkar," But there are former players who don’t buy into the philosophy of not taking Sardar into the team for such a big tournament.” says Romeo James, M H Patel, screams and drops of blood to scare an audience who have probably seen them all. the commission has either recommended that further investigation be done or challan be presented in the court.Singh chose to take this vision to the leadership of India? "I remember in 1999 we went there despite strong opposition from some of their parties but their government wanted us to tour so the series went ahead in tense circumstances. A gamble on youth has bought some time.

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