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For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | Dera Bassi | Published: October 9 2012 2:17 am Related News Manpreet Kaurthe three-year-old daughter of Maam Singha resident of Haibatpur villageDera Bassi lost her life after she was run over by her own school bus at Haibatpur village near Dera Bassi on Monday noon According to the policeManpreet (3)a kindergarten student at R K Public SchoolDera Bassiwas on her way home in her school bus When the bus reached Manpreets stopshe deboarded the bus herself due to unavailability of a conductor in the bus and as she tried to cross the road to reach her homethe driver did not see her ahead and ran the bus over herleaving her seriously injured She was rushed to a nearby private hospital in Dera Bassi where the doctors declared her brought dead The driver of the bus who managed to flee from the spot has been booked on charges of causing death and the hunt for him is onthe police said For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsFrench raid last month killed hostage Malian soldiers | Reuters World Reuters Nov 07 2017 01:47:40 IST Comment 0 Tweet This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed Published Date: Nov 07 2017 01:47 AM | Updated Date: Nov 07 2017 01:47 AM Tags : #Reuters Also See Paris France:Nine-time champion Rafael Nadal withdrew from the French Open with a left wrist injury on Friday but insisted the heartbreaking setback did not mean the end of his career "It’s not broken but if I continue to play it will be 100 percent broken in a few days" said an emotional Nadal the fourth seed "To win the tournament I need five more matches and the doctor says that’s 100% impossible" "This is a very bad position but that’s life "It’s obvious that if it’s not Roland Garros I would not take risks on playing the first two days but it is the most important event of the year for me so we tried our best" Rafael Nadal Getty Nadal a 14-time Grand Slam title winner has been plagued by injuries throughout his career affecting his knees and wrist A right wrist injury forced him to skip the 2014 US Open Despite his latest setback the charismatic Spaniard said he will keep playing although his participation at Wimbledon next month is now in serious doubt "Nine times in my career I have been able to be healthy here in Paris and win this tournament" he said "This is a tough moment and the toughest press conference I have ever had to give but it’s not the end" Nadal had coasted through the first two rounds in Paris dropping just nine games but revealed he had needed pain-killing injections in his wrist to take part "We took risks yesterday That’s why we played with an anesthetic injection so without feeling at all on the wrist" added Nadal wearing a bandage on the wrist and appearing close to tears ‘Not the end’ Nadal explained that the left wrist had been a problem for a number of days He underwent an MRI on Friday and "the image showed it was getting worse" "Yesterday night I started to feel more and more pain and today in the morning I felt that I could not move the wrist" Nadal has been forced to skip nine Grand Slam tournaments in his career through injury as well as having to sit out the defence of his Olympic title in 2012 After looking down and out in 2015 when he lost his French Open title and slumped to his lowest ranking in a decade he had appeared reborn this season He captured the Monte Carlo and Barcelona titles to equal Guillermo Vilas’s record of 49 claycourt titles The Spaniard had won the 200th Grand Slam match of his career on Thursday — just the eighth man to achieve the feat — when he beat Facundo Bagnis of Argentina Nadal who won the first of his French Open titles as a 19-year-old in 2005 said his latest injury setback was not career threatening "It is not the end I feel myself with the right motivation and the right energy to be back in Roland Garros the next couple of years" he said A winner of 69 titles in his career Nadal said he remained optimistic of playing at Wimbledon where he has twice been champion However Wimbledon is only a month away "We’re gonna work hard to be ready for Wimbledon For the moment I need a couple of weeks with the wrist in immobilization" he explained "Then we’re gonna do the treatment and we hope the treatment works well We expect to recover quick to be ready for Wimbledon "But it’s not a moment to talk about that It’s just a moment to go day by day to work hard I hope to have a fast recovery" Nadal’s withdrawal gives compatriot Marcel Granollers a walkover into the last 16 It’s also a huge boost to Novak Djokovic’s hopes of lifting a first French Open crown Nadal and Djokovic were seeded to meet in the semi-finals next Friday — the date of the Spaniard’s 30th birthday His withdrawal also means that this year will be the first since 2003 that neither Nadal nor Roger Federer will feature in the third round of a Grand Slam Federer pulled out of Roland Garros before the start of the tournament with a back injury Written by Daksh Panwar | Kanpur | Updated: September 22 2016 8:34 am Subtle tweak in Ashwin’s run up on Kumble’s behest amounted to a 7-wicket haul for the off-spinner in the first Test against WI Top News The sense of occasion is not lost on the locals It hasn’t been allowed to Quite like the gaze of Dr TJ Eckleburg in ‘The Great Gatsby’ the smile is unyielding It is ubiquitous too as at this nook and that corner of the Civil Lines area and beyond Rajiv Shukla rises above electrical cables and the general chaos of Kanpur and beams beatifically From his vantage points the hoardings and front page ads in the local newspapers the Uttar Pradesh Cricket Association boss welcomes one and all to be part of India’s 500 Test match beginning at the Green Park stadium on Thursday It’s not lost on the players either Inside the stadium posters of India’s former captains have been plastered on the walls Many of those ex skippers will part of the big celebration over the next five days The media naturally has lapped it up eagerly and at the media conferences words such as ‘legacy’ ‘history’ and ‘landmark’ have frequently cropped up The hysteria boggles the mind Such records will keep coming you just have to show up Playing is not an achievement winning is India’s win percentage of a mere 25 suggests its has largely been a history of underachievement Great teams that you tend to remember across sports are those who win frighteningly consistently Who found dynasties Lakers and Celtics; Madrid and United; All Blacks; West Indies of the 70s and 80s and Australia of the Don Bradman’s Invincibles and circa the 90s and 2000s While the Indian cricket team has been No1 in Test matches in the past it has never won big on the trot The longest winning streak in 84 years is six Test matches It came recently in 2013 The next best is four consecutive victories achieved on two occasions 1993 and 2009-10 Australia have won 16 in a row on two occasions The West Indies 11 on a canter Those are the accumulations that should matter The encouraging thing is that India under Virat Kohli has begun to look like a dynasty in the making It has the belief and ambition They are on an 10 match unbeaten streak and could have won nine of those if not for the weather “We believe we certainly have what it takes to be the best team in the world We definitely believe that One area we have tapped into is belief It’s something that a lot of young players can lack coming into international cricket There can be a lot of insecurities: ‘Whether I’ll play in the next game or whether my position is secure or not’ It’s all about getting them rid of that feeling When you step on to the pitch you need to tell yourself ‘I own this position for the next eight-ten years in Test cricket for India’ India Gear Up For Long Home Season: What To Expect “That’s the only way you can go out there be confident and express yourself Express how good you are and that’s what this team has done That’s why we’ve been able to win seven-odd Test matches in the last 13 or 14 that we played (in the last 10) Because we wanted to go out there and play bold cricket and take some risks More often than not if you’re fearless the results will fall your way because you’re willing to take that extra risk in the course of the game I certainly feel that this team has what it takes to be the best” The Green Park Test therefore should be seen in this light – not as an accumulation of 500 matches but the first of the 13 matches at home that the team plays this season An opportunity to attempt and win them all It’s no disrespect to New Zealand and the other oppositions that will come They are not here to roll over and die But the hosts have the wherewithal to come up trumps Kohli too senses that India are on the cusp of something big “I feel this season is a phase where we can lay a foundation as to where the Test team can go or Test cricket can go as far as India is concerned We started off really well (the West Indies tour) This team is full of exciting players who are very talented as we all know The challenge for the last year or so has been to show composure in Test cricket and get the victories that are required” he said Three men are going to be crucial if India are to become a juggernaut this fall and winter Ravichandran Ashwin Ravindra Jadeja and Anil Kumble Ashwin and Jadeja have been crucial to India’s recent success at home Between them they have taken 176 wickets in 19 Tests in the country They are two very different bowlers Ashwin is a remarkably gifted off-spinner and one who constantly tries to think new ways to take a wicket While the left-arm off-spinner Jadeja is very unidimensional which is to say he bowls within himself These two diverse styles and personalities but they complement each other to a T For example in the fourth and final Test match against South Africa in New Delhi last year with Hashim Amla shutting the shop Ashwin was flustered and tried all sorts of things – even leg-spin – but Jadeja kept on bowling as metronomically as the then South Africa captain was batting Eventually one Jadeja left-armer turned just fractionally more than the others enough to miss Amla’s outside edge but not enough to miss the top of off Once that happened Ashwin came back and completed a five-wicket haul Their contributions to the team are invaluable with bat as well Ashwin obviously is the more accomplished of the two in the longer format averaging 35 — nearly 40 at home – with four centuries but on the raging turners last year it was Jadeja who looked at home perhaps because he has grown up on such surfaces back home in Rajkot Together these two bailed out India on more than a few occasions They give Virat Kohli a resilient tail a luxury that was afforded to few of his predecessors Therefore if the pitches turn in this series and those that follow their contributions will become as vital with bat as with ball It was perhaps for this reason that Kumble made Jadeja go through an extended batting session on Wednesday morning The Kumble effect This brings us to Kumble He has taken the reins of the team only recently but it appears to be settling down under his watch The West Indies tour which was played against a weakened side can’t be a sure sign of things but both Ashwin and Jadeja showed progress A subtle tweak in Ashwin’s run up on Kumble’s behest as well as a few tips on bowling lines amounted to a seven-wicket haul for the off-spinner in the first Test Much will rest on this troika as well as the leg-spinner Amit Mishra as India take on Kane Williamson & Co and thereafter England two non-subcontinental teams who on paper play spin well A win in the first Test will see India reclaim the No1 ranking but they have set their aim much higher To become a juggernaut It won’t be easy and other teams are not here to make up the numbers Then there are factors that are beyond control But if India manage to pull it off it will become a nice reference point and an inspiration for future teams A rallying cry for posterity Something to really celebrate For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Anju Agnihotri Chaba | Jalandhar | Published: March 29 2016 2:29 am Apart from this there are a total of 16 distilleries in Punjab where 23 90000 litre liquor is prepared every day Top News After reports that Punjab consumes opioids worth Rs 7500 crore including Rs 6500 crore heroin every year an RTI query filed by social worker Jai Gopal Dhiman has revealed that the state consumed liquor worth Rs 35558 crore in the last decade The RTI query with the Punjab and Excise department has revealed that the state’s liquor consumption has gone almost double in the last ten years Share This Article Related Article While in 2006-7 the Punjab government earned around Rs 1363 crore from liquor sale this amount has gone up to Rs 3057 crore in 2015-16 According to sources the number of liquor vends have also gone up from around 7100 including 2529 English liquor vends to nearly 10000 vends including 3500 English vends in the same corresponding period There was also a sharp rise between 2011 to 2014 around 59 per cent in liquor consumption in the state Apart from this there are a total of 16 distilleries in Punjab where 23 90000 litre liquor is prepared every day Social worker Jai Gopal Dhiman who sought the information under RTI said that every political party in the state has been raising the issue of drug addiction but no one is worrying about the increase in liquor consumption in the state “Nearly 32 to 33 crore bottles are consumed in Punjab annually and our ministers and governments have been promoting it by auctioning liquor vends just to earn the revenue at the cost of people of Punjab who are already gutted into drug addiction” said Dhiman “Apart from Punjab Made Liquor (PML) and India Made Foreign liquor (IMFL) the state consumes liquor from army canteens and liquor smuggled from other states” Dhiman added For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Bengaluru | Updated: February 5 2017 3:31 pm Former Indian Davis Cup and Fed Cup coach Enrico Piperno feels things are changing slowly with the entry of private players (Source: PTI) Top News India’s former Davis Cup and Fed Cup coach Enrico Piperno feels it is nearly impossible for the country’s tennis players to make the world’s top-50 as there is neither funding nor infrastructure to produce bankable talent “It is almost impossible now the closest being Somdev (Devvarman) who was ranked 62nd The reason is where is the support where is the funding Where is the infrastructure in place Where are the kids to bank on” he told PTI in an interview here He was in the city to announce the launch of a Sports Management Programme in collaboration with Shri Dharmasthala Manjunatheshwara Institute for Management Development and the Centre of Sports and Management Studies “I am based in Kolkata Imagine in the month of April How much can I make it my training and practice There is no indoor facility There is no weather control facility Everything is done outdoors How much can you do” he asked “Just compare the way it is taken in Australia and see what we have in Patiala the 1960s kind of systems You can’t blame the athletes We perform less in the competitions” he added However Piperno feels things are changing slowly with the entry of private players “The Tennis trusts here and there The Jindal Trust they are providing the athletes good facilities Those things are helping” he said “The government is still in the belief that the travel ticket in Air India means everything that is required to promote sports” he said Piperno said even the doubles scene does not look very bright for India “See Leander (Paes) came into the picture Then came Mahesh (Bhupathi) and then Rohan (Bopanna) Once Rohan goes we have few youngsters hanging around the top-100 To break into the top is really tough I don’t see anyone at present” he said Replying to another query Piperno said a lot of importance should be accorded to groom youngsters who are aged between 17 and 22 “We have many coaches to coach children below 16 and 17 Actually 17 to 22 is the very crucial age This is the time they break into international sports We miss many of our children at this age “In general coaching has improved a lot It is much better than when I was playing tennis 17 to 21 or 22 is the age where we should give lots of importance to coaching Here we do not have lot many coaches” he said “There is a mushrooming of academies all over the urban India where it is fashionable to play Tennis and unfortunately anyone and everyone is thinking he is a Tennis Coach but to correct that anyone who run their own program should be certified “I would like to see the Coaches not only coach them they should travel with them and guide them mentor them Everything seems to be very commercial now All this is not just coaching” he added For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Naveed Iqbal Kedar Nagarajan | New Delhi | Published: February 5 2016 2:07 am Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal Related News The municipal corporation strike entered its ninth day Thursday as the agitating employees dug in heels The protesters decided to continue their lockdown indefinitely despite the Delhi government extending Rs 551-crore loan to the civic bodies Wednesday Rajendra Mewati general secretary of United Front of Municipal Employees Thursday said the issue was not of salaries alone; the government should speak to the employees over the strike instead of the mayors “We are the ones who are suffering not AAP or the BJP The issue is not salaries anymore; we want unification as a permanent solution to this problem” he said Meanwhile members of the Municipal Corporation Teacher’s Association (MCTA) continued their agitation with demonstrations outside the Shahdara South Education zonal office The teachers charged into the office and locked both gates to restrict the officers from leaving Read |MCD strike: Kejriwal announces Rs 551 cr loan for civic bodies stir tocontinue The association alleged the corporation officers were sending out circulars to schools asking them not to stop holding regular classes and urging teachers on contract and new employees to see to it that classes continue The protest comes a day after several members of the MCTA along with other municipal workers embarked on a protest march between Nirman Vihar and ITO that concluded with one of the teachers Sunil Kumar shaving his head in protest According to MCTA member V P Singh senior corporation officers were making subtle attempts to quash the protests without addressing their demands Watch:Watch Video:MCD Strike-A Look At The Delhi Streets & Delhi Govt’s Response “The garbage crisis in East Delhi has compelled the authorities to look into the matter of sanitation workers rather than teachers We are being told that children in these schools are losing out We know that but so are we” Singh added Manoj Kumar another member said “The schools’ financial conditions are poor as it is For a long time last year we did not have money to buy chalk and other resources We have been dealing with these problems for a long time On top of that we have not been paid since October This is unacceptable” Another protesters added “Of course children are being affected However when we ask our students why they have not bought something necessary for class they say that they will do so when their parents get their salaries We are now in the same position; we are unable to deal with work at school and the financial crisis at home” When asked if the teachers like the medical workers of the MCD would like to come under the ambit of the Delhi government they unanimously said “When there’s a problem in your house you make the best effort to solve it; you do not just move to another one” Despite the BJP and civic body commissioners urging doctors engineers teachers and sanitation workers of the corporations to return to work they have refused to comply until their demands are met Mewati added that it is now up to the the government to decide how long “the strike lasts” Mayors meet Sisodia Meanwhile the mayors — Ravinder Gupta (north) Subhash Arya (south) and Harshdeep Malhotra (east) — met Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia at his office They told Sisodia that the corporation will accept the Rs 551 crore as a grant instead of a loan They also demanded an additional Rs 360 crore “to end the impasse immediately” “We have demanded that all due funds under the Third Delhi Finance Commission be provided to us Also the Delhi government must implement the recommendations of the 4th finance commission as a permanent solution” said Gupta According to the mayors Sisodia has assured the civic bodies of a dialogue with the Lieutenant Governor and the chief minister on the concerns raised by the corporations For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWashington: The US on Tuesday slapped sanctions on 10 Russian and Chinese companies and six individuals for helping in advancing North Korea’s missile and nuclear weapons programme by conducting business with the reclusive nation As a result of Tuesday’s action any property or interests in property of the designated persons in the possession or control of US persons or within the United States must be blocked and US persons are generally prohibited from dealing with them the US treasury department said in a statement Representational image Reuters The sanctions target third-country companies and individuals that assist already-designated persons who support North Korea’s nuclear and ballistic missile programmes deal in the North Korean energy trade facilitate its exportation of workers andenable sanctioned North Korean entities to access US and international financial systems "Treasury will continue to increase pressure on North Korea by targeting those who support the advancement of nuclear and ballistic missile programs and isolating them from the American financial system" said Treasury Secretary Steven T Mnuchin Some of the prominent companies and individuals slapped with sanctions are China-based Dandong Rich Earth Trading Co Moscow-based Gefest-M LLC and its director Russian national Ruben Kirakosyan and China and Hong Kong-based Mingzheng International Trading Limited "It is unacceptable for individuals and companies in China Russia and elsewhere to enable North Korea to generate income used to develop weapons of mass destruction and destabilise the region" Mnuchin said "We are taking actions consistent with UN sanctions to show that there are consequences for defying sanctions and providing support to North Korea and to deter this activity in the future" he said The treasury also designated three Chinese coal companies collectively responsible for importing nearly half a billion dollars’ worth of North Korean coal between 2013 and 2016 Saint Lucia:Afghanistan captain Asghar Stanikzai hopes his team will get more opportunities to face top-flight cricket nations after their one-day international series against the West Indies ended in a 1-1 draw on Wednesday Steady rain forced the abandonment of the third and final ODI with not a ball being bowled at St Lucia’s Darren Sammy Stadium with the series balanced at one apiece File image of Asghar Stanizkai AP But Stanikzai said he believes his team who lost the T20 series 3-0 did enough to show they deserve more regular matches against full member nations of the International Cricket Council "We didn’t play as well as we could have but I thought we did enough to show that we deserve to play the bigger teams more often" said Stanikzai "This was a great experience for us and we can look forward now to what lies ahead with greater confidence" West Indies captain Jason Holder accepted that his team faced a tough challenge "We were up against it after the first match but came back well in the second and we have shown in the previous series against Pakistan that we can compete with the best teams in the world also" he commented "We just need to put the bits and pieces performances together on a more consistent basis for us to really move up the rankings in international cricket" West Indies are currently ranked ninth in ODI’s and should they fail to reach the top eight by the cut-off date of 30 September 2017 they will have to go through a qualifying tournament next year for the 2019 World Cup in England Afghanistan leg-spinner Rashid Khan with combined figures of ten for 44 over the two ODIs that were played was named Man of the Series "This tour was a great experience for me coming out of the Indian Premier League and gives me great confidence moving forward with my career as part of the Afghanistan team" he stated "Our next challenge is against the MCC at Lord’s next month and I hope we can show the benefit of this experience at that match" West Indies now turn their attention to hosting India for five ODIs and a lone T20 International starting 23 June in Trinidad

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