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The idea was to communicate the message on a positive note, He should leave no room for compromise, By: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: July 31, the department has set up 200 smart classes across nine government schools in the city.

The Indian Express? director of medical education, The Crime Branch had began investigation into the case after a complaint of a man being duped of Rs 22." he noted. Share This Article Related Article Duty officers from the expressway control room said a cement mixer overturned on a curve near the Khandala exit and lanes on both sides of the expressway were blocked, (Source: Reuters) Top News China’s Ding Ning beat team mate and defending champion Li Xiaoxia 4-3 in a high-speed battle of spins and smashes to win Olympic gold in the women’s singles table tennis on Wednesday. as Barcelona did not give a recovery timescale for Iniesta, and negotiations continue over the National Security Council staff Harward would be empowered to build. 5-7, doesn’t he? I don’t think you need to do that kind of thing when someone gets out It’s fine to have a little bit of banter when you’re out in the field but when someone is out I don’t think that’s really on" Smith told Fox Sports Kohli’s ‘chatterbox’ hand gesture Getty Images The Test skipper blamed poor shot selection for his dismissal rather than indulging in a discussion with the commentators "It [the commentary] was on at the time but for me it was just a bad shot I tried to chip one over the top for two rather than trying to hit him for four or six It was my fault and I got to do better next time" he said While Kohli’s gesture suggested that he wasn’t impressed with Smith’s chatter even fans seemed to believe that the live mic-chat led to the Australian batsman’s dismissal as the hosts lost the match by 37 runs Social media was abuzz with reactions to Smith’s chat and even analysts denounced technology’s interference in the game Meanwhile Australian opener David Warner has defended Channel Nine’s use of mike-chat technology saying it is the players’ responsibility to keep their concentration intact "We have been doing that for the last couple of years Obviously it is not in the interest of Channel Nine to disturb us when we are out there and you know for us to get us dismissed That’s upon us to get to respond to them in professional to actually understand that’s what happened when you are out there It’s about entertainment" Warner said "We are saying it during the Big Bash We have done it plenty of time with Channel Nine It is a great insight for people at home to get an understanding of how we are dealing with situations out there" PTI Budapest: Championship leader Sebastian Vettel grabbed pole position for Sunday’s Hungarian Grand Prix as Ferrari locked out the front row of the grid in a tense dramatic and record-breaking qualifying session on Saturday The 30-year-old four-time champion clocked a best lap of one minute 16276 seconds to secure his third pole at the Hungaroring circuit and the 48th of his career Ferrari drivers Sebastian Vettel (L) and Kimi Raikkonen (R) pose for photos at the end of the qualifying session for the Hungarian Grand Prix AP His success gives him a perfect opportunity to make the most of the prime starting position and increase his one point lead over Lewis Hamilton in the standings "Yes yes grazie tuti (thanks everyone)" screamed german Vettel on his slowdown lap "The car has been incredible today and I love this track Front row for us is incredible "We’re working hard It is just great Obviously the last race wasn’t great for us but we are here now and I am happy where we are as a team" His Ferrari team-mate Kimi Raikkonen was second fastest and will start alongside Vettel at the front of the grid ahead of the two Mercedes led by Valtteri Bottas who was third and three-time champion Briton Hamilton Hamilton said he was not surprised by Ferrari’s overnight leap in performance "They were always going to be quick here and I was reasonably satisfied with our performance I thought we did quite well except in Q3 for me" he said "But you can’t overtake here and it will be a train unless we can do something on the strategy" Dutchman Max Verstappen was fifth for Red Bull ahead of his Australian team-mate Daniel Ricciardo with German Nico Hulkenberg seventh for Renault and two-time champion Spaniard Fernando Alonso eighth for McLaren-Honda on his 36th birthday Tough return On a hot day at the Hungaroring with an air temperature of 28 degrees and a track temperature of 57 the session began with a fiercely-competitive opening section in which Briton Paul di Resta Williams’s reserve driver made his first appearance at a Grand Prix since 2013 as replacement for the unwell Brazilian Felipe Massa It was a tough return for the Scot and despite a valiant effort he was eliminated in 19th place along with Dane Kevin Magnussen of Haas his Williams team-mate Lance Stroll and the two Saubers of German Pascal Wahrlein and Swede Marcus Ericsson Vettel topped the times but the chasing pack led by Verstappen were closer at that stage than in the final practice with Raikkonen third ahead of Hamilton Vettel Hamilton and Bottas were the first out for Q2 the Englishman reporting "there’s a bit of vibration on these tyres" as he rejoined the fray in pursuit of a place in the top 10 shootout The German maintained his narrow advantage after the first flying runs ahead of Verstappen and Hamilton who then responded with a new track record lap of 1:16693 to go top as Vettel Verstappen and Raikkonen stayed in the pits In a final flurry of Q2 action Spaniard Carlos Sainz squeezed through in 10th for Toro Rosso pushing Briton Jolyon Palmer of Renault out of the final session On the opening Q3 laps Hamilton went off at Turn Four and chose to abort the lap pulling into the pits Bottas clocked 1:16631 and then Vettel raised the record bar again to 1:16276 Surprisingly given his earlier grumbles about the tyres and his ‘off’ in Q2 Hamilton was soon out for his final run "Big vibration on these tyres" he said again as he launched his first flying lap But it was in vain as Vettel took pole from Raikkonen who produced a scorching final lap to snatch second from his Finnish compatriot Bottas By: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: September 3 2017 1:30 am Rescue operations on at Husaini building in south Mumbai’s Bhendi Bazar Express photo by Nirmal Harindran Top News A day after 14 families were evacuated from a five-storey building in Mumbra that began tilting towards an adjacent building the Thane Municipal Corporation (TMC) said they will be demolishing the building TMC officials also convinced tenants in the adjacent building to evacuate it considering it too was at risk TMC public relations officer Sandeep Malvi said “We will be demolishing Noorani building as it poses a risk Currently we have moved the tenants of the building to either schools in Thane or they have gone to their relatives’ houses” He added “We had asked the owner to conduct a structural audit of the building nearly a year-and-a-half back The audit had recommended several repairs but none of the repairs were carried out” Around 3pm on Friday the Noorani building located near Mumbra railway station started tilting towards the adjacent building Local residents called the Thane Police Control Room who alerted the TMC and the Thane Fire Brigade The residents were then evacuated and the building was barricaded to ensure no one went near it For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Published: September 18 2014 12:06 am Related News President Xi Jinping’s successful consolidation of budding bilateral partnerships with the Maldives and Sri Lanka this week underlines China’s expanding challenge to India’s regional primacy While Prime Minister Narendra Modi seeks to deepen bilateral and global cooperation with China in the formal talks with Xi in Delhi he can’t ignore China’s growing capacity to limit India’s freedom of action in the subcontinent and the Indian Ocean For decades India had to endure the multiple negative consequences for its national security from China’s all-weather partnership with Pakistan and cope with Beijing’s quest for influence in Nepal Bhutan and Bangladesh Delhi must now prepare to deal with China’s emergence as the most powerful extra-regional actor in the Maldives and Sri Lanka In Malé and Colombo Xi arrived to enthusiastic welcomes and unveiled China’s impressive plans to boost economic cooperation with both countries Delhi has no reason to object since India too is inviting China’s investments After all China is the world’s second largest economy and the biggest trading partner to most countries in the world But some of China’s economic cooperation in the subcontinent is coming at India’s expense The Maldives which cancelled the Malé airport contract with the Indian company GMR has now handed over the modernisation of the airport to a Chinese company Worse still Malé and Colombo are playing the China card against India and Xi is happily encouraging them In both countries Xi affirmed that China does not interfere in their internal affairs and will oppose others doing so The reference to India which has been involved in the democratic transition of the Maldives and promotion of Tamil minority rights in Sri Lanka is obvious That China’s active political cultivation of the two island-states is driven by a desire to gain strategic access to critical locations in the Indian Ocean has been evident for some time Not surprisingly Malé and Colombo have embraced Xi’s proposal for a maritime silk road Xi announced plans to intensify defence and maritime cooperation with both the Maldives and Sri Lanka As Malé and Colombo come close to crossing India’s implicit red lines on security cooperation with third countries Delhi will need to do much more than lodge protests Nor is it enough to merely proclaim as the NDA government has done that neighbourhood diplomacy is a top priority If it wants to meet China’s challenge Delhi needs to reform root and branch the manner in which it does political and economic business in the subcontinent and the Indian Ocean For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsKolkata: The new West Bengal Assembly will have a batch of greenhorns from the world of films music and sports rubbing shoulders with seasoned politicians Former Bengal cricket captain Laxmi Ratan Shukla has won from Howrah north seat on a Trinamool ticket by defeating his nearest rival Santosh Kumar Pathak of Congress by 26959 votes In the star-studded fight he also left behind BJP leader and actress Roopa Ganguly best known for her ‘Draupadi’ act in BR Chopra’s epic TV series ‘Mahabharat’ by around 30000 votes Former Bengal captain Laxmi Ratan Shukla AFP Popular Bengali singer Indranil Sen has managed to woo voters as a Trinamool leader from Chandernagore seat on a slender margin of 2114 votes He is known for his Rabindra Sangeet albums but has also given his voice as a playback singer in many films In south Basirhat seat footballer Dipendu Biswas who was fielded by TMC defeated BJP’s only sitting MLA Samik Bhattacharya by over 24000 votes The 34-year-old sportsman has in the past played both for Mohun Bagan and East Bengal football clubs Giving them company in the world of politics will be two other stars who are now experienced in the assembly Bengali film actress and Trinamool candidate Debasree Roy once again won from Raidighi seat by beating CPI-M veteran leader Kanti Ganguly Sitting MLA and filmstar Chiranjeet Chakraborty retained his seat from Barasat Former BCCI president Jagmohan Dalmiya’s daughter Baishali won from Bally constituency in Howrah district on a Trinamool ticket She defeated her nearest rival Saumendranath Bera of CPM by 15403 votes Former investment banker Mahua Moitra who left her lucrative job as vice-president of JP Morgan in London to join politics won Karimpur seat in Nadia district by 15989 votes By: Lifestyle Desk | New Delhi | Published: November 10 2017 8:46 pm Shilpa Shetty in Anamika Khanna (Source: Instagram/mohitrai) Related News Is there ever a time when Shilpa Shetty doesn’t manage to pull of a look Well hot pink is a bold colour which most Bollywood actors fail to sizzle in including the likes of Shraddha Kapoor and Rani Mukerji?

getting fabrics woven with his designs is a personal choice that he made after hunting for rarity and finding only varieties of chiffons and georgettes." Delhi fire department chief A K Sharma said all concerned agencies are working together to rescue those trapped under the debris. download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Leher Kala | Published: March 18, Vivek Velankar and Vijay Kumbhar — who too came down to lend their support to the agitation — said: “By transferring an official who was acting against the corrupt,the university? He moved the Forum against Hot Millions outlet for overcharging on MRP on six cans of Diet Pepsi in April. dealt with the charges heaped against it on behalf of the beleaguered tycoon. The visitors’ morale has been lifted after eking out a five-run win in the third and final ODI for their first victory on the tour, For all the latest Pune News,S.

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