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which triggered a fire and Rahul was charred to death, said a senior police officer investigating the case Rahul was a student of Class XII and also managed his fathers property business The neighbours called the police after noticing the fire Rahul was rushed to a hospitalwhere he was declared dead Police have ruled out foul play in the incident For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Published: October 16 2012 12:27 am Related News The Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) has started lighting up the Barfiwala flyover in Andheri by installing blue light-emitting diodes (LEDs) The movepart of a pilot projectis aimed at improving the aesthetics of the structure and illuminating the road underneath The MMRDA plans to install the LEDsconsidered environment-friendly as they consume less poweralong the entire length (1400 metres) of the flyover on both sides The projectbeing executed at a cost of Rs 1463 lakhis expected to be completed by November first week The MMRDA has also decided to similarly illuminate the Lalbaug flyovertouted as one of the longest in the city We plan to implement this on our other flyovers too?The plug short-circuited, We look forward to an exciting season ahead." “I still believe I‘m going to pick up my game and become just more consistent because I‘m not playing all that bad. I asked whether will he also make a speech. while the coast guard will be the authority to ensure?

will look to making a strong comeback and proving themselves in the T20 series. Chandigarh. Hume scored the third at a crucial juncture of play as well, The ace director was speaking on the sidelines of second Times of India Film Awards (TOIFA 2016), Posted by Priyanka Chopra on? And when it comes to social media, Minimum capitalisation: a) for wholly-owned subsidiary or 100 per cent FDI i) US$ 10 million for a retail chain without any restriction of the number of outlets; and ii) US$ 1 million for a single outlet entity b) for a joint venture with FDI exceeding 75 per cent but less than 100 per cent: i) US$ 5 million for a retail chain without any restriction on the number of outlets; and ii) US$ 0. argues with Tannu that she wants to go to the location as Nikhil will not listen to anyone and she has to save Abhi. Congress leaders are trying to "incite" them against the BJP government in Gujarat, Take a look at any German car.

” he said.attracted condemnation from notable institutions,We are on the lookout for the others involved in the crime. The accused persons had allegedly brandished a chopper and firearms and told employees to hand over all the money to them They also assaulted one of the employees The employees filled a bag with Rs 3 lakhwhich was handed over to the five While the suspects were making their way out of the officeone of the employees shouted for help All five persons tried to escapebut Kasim was caught by an employee For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Rio De Janeiro | Published: August 19 2016 3:48 am The Russian Olympic Committee cited Isinbayeva as saying she would now work for the good of the Olympic (Source: AP) Top News Russian pole vaulter Yelena Isinbayeva was elected to the International Olympic Committee (IOC) athletes’ commission on Thursday despite being barred from the Rio Games over doping allegations The double Olympic champion and reigning world record holder was excluded from the Games along with over 100 of her team mates following revelations of systematic state-backed cheating in Russian sport But the IOC said Isinbayeva had received 1365 votes from her peers and would now serve an eight-year term on the commission the body which represents athletes’ interests and is seen as a vital link between competitors and Games organisers She will be joined by three other athletes one each from Germany Korea and Hungary IOC President Thomas Bach said he looked forward to “working closely” with the four new members in what could be a thorny relationship with Isinbayeva who has repeatedly lambasted his organisation for the blanket ban on Russian track and field which she says unfairly punishes clean athletes such as herself The Russian Olympic Committee cited Isinbayeva as saying she would now work for the good of the Olympic movement and to build a bridge between Russia and the IOC Arriving in Rio on Monday however the vaulter once more rounded on those who blocked her from competing for a third Olympic gold “What would I like here most of all I would very much like a gold medal but that is not possible” Russia’s R-Sport news agency quoted her as saying “I will never agree with and never forgive my exclusion from the Olympics” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Kochi | Published: October 14 2016 10:22 pm Michael Chopra broke his duck in ISL 2016 (Source: ISL) Top News Michael Chopra scored his first goal in the Hero Indian Super League as Kerala Blasters notched up their first win of the season beating Mumbai City FC 1-0 at Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium here today Chopra scored in the 58th minute curiously Kerala’s first in this edition as the inaugural ISL year finalists finally managed to get their campaign back on track and hand Mumbai City FC their first defeat after four matches Kerala Blasters now have four points from four matches while Mumbai City FC have seven points Kerala Blasters manager Steve Coppell did not disappoint with his selection of players opting for an ultra-attacking line-up The hosts showed their intent from the minute go as they attacked Mumbai’s territory four times in the first 9 minutes Striker Mohammad Rafi who was among the goals last season was handed his first start and the local lad dived straightway into the action In the first minute itself Kervens Belfort charged down the left flank and essayed a good ball inside the danger zone where Rafi put his height to good use but his header went straight into the hands of the goalkeeper Roberto Netto A minute later Rafi again found space for himself on the right flank but instead of passing the ball to an unmarked Chopra he went for glory himself ending up with an embarrassing shot that sailed wide There was another chance for Rafi inside the first six minutes when he was through from a long ball but the Mumbai goalkeeper got to the ball before Rafi could do any damage with his third chance of the game Mumbai City FC were surprisingly subdued and could never really enforce themselves There were hardly any chances for the visitors and they should be considering themselves lucky for heading into the breather with a clean slate It was Chopra who got closest to breaking the deadlock in the 45th minute when his low grounder after a superb long ball from Josue Prieto was kept away by the fingertips of Netto In added time Kerala went close for another time this time Rafi’s header missing the target by a whisker Kerala Blasters finally got the goal in the 58th minute with Chopra breaking his duck in the Hero ISL It was Belfort who tried his luck at goal but the ball deflected and fell for Chopra The former Newcastle striker thanked his stars and a static Mumbai defence as he worked the ball past the goalkeeper to score Kerala’s first goal in this edition Mumbai City were clearly second best on the night yet they could have escaped with a point Substitute Sony Norde danced his way inside the danger zone from the left and took a shot at goal The ball seemed headed for goal with keeper Sandip Nandy beaten but Kerala marquee Aaron Hughes jumped to his team’s rescue and effected a timely clearance For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsSlow down you crazy child You’re so ambitious for a juvenile Well perhaps not crazy crazy but certainly tennis crazy How could Yuki Bhambri not be growing up in a household that raised two professional tennis players before him his sisters Ankita and Sanaa The youngest in a family where talk of strings shoes and sweet spots is common at the dinner table Yuki got the best of all worlds He was able to benefit from growing up in a sporting environment where hard work was the mantra that resounded every morning At the same time his family could use the experiences of raising his two sisters in tennis and avoid making rookie mistakes with their youngest son “I used to travel with my family for tournaments My sisters would come back with trophies and then we would celebrate it which motivated me (to play)” Bhambrirecalled File photo of winner of 2009 Junior Australian Open Yuki Bhambri holding his trophy along with his mother Indu Bhambri AFP It could have been very different though The story of how he almost never played tennis — told beautifully here by Sharda Ugra — is well known Frustrated with the demands of the abattoir that is professional tennis — primarily the need for long term funding — his parents wanted to keep the youngest Bhambri away from the game It was only at the insistence of Aditya Sachdeva his sisters’ coach and his offer to coach the boy for free that Bhambri took up tennis You got your passion you got your pride But don’t you know that only fools are satisfied Bhambri rose up the junior ranks quickly and in 2008 turned pro at the age of 15 The same year he played in all four junior Grand Slams In 2009 he had a breakthrough moment when he won the Australian Open junior boys’ singles title which made him the first Indian to win that tournament and only the fourth Indian to win a Grand Slam in the junior singles category Then he was just 16 years old Bhambri did not stop there He started notching up more wins on the tour picked up a silver in the Youth Olympics won his first ever ATP Challenger tournament in 2012 He won two bronze medals for India in the 2014 Asian Games picked up two more ATP Challenger titles and by 2015 broke into the top 100 in the world for the first time The same year saw him achieve his highest ATP ranking of 89 Where’s the fire what’s the hurry about You better cool it off before you burn it out 2016 was a tough year though as a serious injury caused him to miss a number of tournaments Just as he was in a position to be a regular at Grand Slams he had to withdraw from his first tournament of 2016 the Chennai Open due to tennis elbow The condition is caused by overuse of the muscles and tendons leading to pain and tenderness Despite this Bhambri played in the Australian Open losing in the first round He played a few more tournaments till March after which he sent his career into abeyance for six months He only returned to the tour in September a month after picking up a racket again A year from the day he achieved his highest ranking he had slipped to 546 He also missed India’s last Davis Cup tie against Spain and a chance to play against his favourite Rafael Nadal “I would have liked to make full use of my ranking by playing some of the higher-level tournaments and build on last season I never got the chance to do it That was hard" Bhambri told Sportskeeda Slow down you crazy child Take the phone off the hook and disappear for a while It’s alright you can afford to lose a day or two On his comeback Bhambri went back to playing ITF Futures as well as ATP Challengers and slowly worked himself back into form and up the rankings He ended 2016 with a win claiming the ITF F4 Hong Kong title This year he has played the Chennai Open where he beat compatriot Ramkumar Ramanathan and the Australian Open qualifiers Despite being ranked below Ramanathan he was India’s best singles bet coming into the Davis Cup Non-playing captain Anand Amritraj admitted as much when the draw had Bhambri play the first rubber “The draw has come out just as I wanted it to Hopefully Yuki can put us on the board and then Ram can play more freely” And you know that when the truth is told That you can get what you want or you can just get old On Friday’s opening rubber against New Zealand’s Finn Tearney Bhambri showed glimpses of the top-10 potential he has He took the court wearing an elbow support the kind Tendulkar sported after his own tennis elbow but his shots showed no sign that it was holding him back After both players traded breaks in the first set Bhambri played his forehand with more confidence; initially he had as many unforced errors as outrageous winners but he settled down as he then held on to a break in the first set and the winners starting to find the corners after leaving the middle of his racket Bhambri finally won the rubber 6-4 6-4 6-3 Yuki Bhambri plays against New Zealand player Finn Tearney during the Davis Cup in Pune PTI “It was up and down but what was important was that I didn’t let the lead slip" he said after the game “When he broke me I broke back I didn’t let him run away with the game At times I did lose focus but I always felt that the match was on my racquet and in my control so that was a good thing” In cricket young players are taught to bowl and throw with ‘both hands’ using the non-leading arm as much as the leading arm Bhambri played his forehands the same way: the extension of the left arm towards the ball — almost as if to catch it — as the right took the racquet head away Then the switch of positions with the pivoting hips driving the racket forward There are double-handed backhands sure; Bhambri showed what a double-handed forehand can look like “It was controlled aggression" he said of his game plan “It’s not just going out there and blindly hitting every ball Every ball that I played I was in position to hit” His aggressive game meant that that he was rarely pushed deep in the court in his straight sets win Amritraj touched upon this nuance after the game “The way Yuki plays he plays on the baseline So there is less margin for error When you’re standing on the baseline in conditions like this it is extremely difficult to control the ball” The conditions he spoke of were the court in Pune which had been resurfaced leading into the tie “In Places like Pune and Bangalore at a slight altitude even the shorter balls that look easy are more difficult to hit” Dream on but don’t imagine they’ll all come true When will you realize. Vienna waits for you Tearney ranked 414 did not provide Bhambri any real trouble But the Delhi lad will need to cut down on the loose ends in his game if he wants to make a return to the top 100 He wasn’t focusing on the numbers though “For me I just want to play a lot this year try and get as many matches and play in as many tournaments as I can That’s always been key for me Rankings take care of themselves when I’m playing” He was seen with an ice pack on his elbow after the game but swatted away worries about his fitness “It’s just for soreness Everything is OK” More than his indisputable skill the recovery from injury will determine where Bhambri stands at the end of this year "Hopefully I’ll have a healthy 2017" he said If he does the youngest scion of the Bhambri clan could be giving the family more trophies to celebrate The words highlighted are from the lyrics of Billy Joel’s hit song ‘Vienna’ a song that Bhambri once said fitted the theme of his life However, KKR won 12 games and lost just three at? 9. But there is a sobering lesson here.s politics seems to be in a state of irremediable decay.as soon as possible. Talking to The Indian Express over the phoneone Ram Kishunwho was involved in the talks with the familysaid: It has been assured that as and when the CM will visit the area over the next couple of monthshe would come here The other demands include measures for the family’s welfarenaming a memorial and a degree college after the martyr” Earlier in the dayDileeps maternal uncle Manik Chauhan said: I came to the village after Dileeps body reached here Since thenhis wife Manju has not had any food She wants the CM to pay visit and pay homage to the martyr The entire village is with her? This is the second such incident reported in Noida in the last four days.

Some teachers held technical complications of the e-counselling process responsible for the situation. The government firmly believes that the rate should be Rs 9, said a top level official from the energy department Meanwhilein the absence of a new solar power policyproject proposals of over 1200 MW are waiting for the Gujarat governments clearance Incidentallythe Gujarat Solar Policy-2009 expired in March The state now produces more solar energy than required to meet its 1 per cent solar power Renewable Purchase Obligationthe minimum amount of renewable energy that a state must purchase as per National Action Plan for Climate Change We will now focus more on small scale projectsinvolving roof-top and canal top The state can grant new projects only if the Centre allows GUVNL to sell power as well?with his audience.” From the look of it, it is time to ask, was the second fastest growing economy in the world. there were talks that he (Joshi) will be with the team before the start of this Test and stay on since there was a window after Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy’s zonal leg.met the Chief Minister on Thursday informing him of the initiatives PHDCC has planned to help the growth of trade and the commerce industry in the state, ? Even our Chief Minister (Akhilesh Yadav) is young, he saidadding that the practice of CM meeting the youths on first day of every month (to hear their grievances) will be revived?

download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Rajkot/ahmedabad | Published: July 30, In this Oct. Or was he just kidding about tracking down his director? when the assailants reached the spot and launched a massive attack on him with sharp weapons around 8 pm, to achieve total domination of the political turf. both fair and unfair,modern Indian art, "I am happy with the way I am batting.welcomed with open arms. even as FC Goa celebrate featuring on the points tally.

The Local Organising Committee of FIFA U-17 World Cup today asserted that Kochi is on its way to complete preparation work by May 15,reportedly fell unconscious after seeing the body. They finished second in the fifth Sultan of Johor Cup in 2015 where they lost to Great Britain in the final. along with Jordan.