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Fr. For all the latest Delhi News,if the organisers get the required permission,000 of them work in the state-run hospitals, Here are the best goals of the week: Cristiano Ronaldo for Portugal Portugal captain Cristiano Ronaldo took the Euro 2016 champions on a ride this week as they faced Faroe Island to beat them 5-1.By: Express Web Desk | Published: September 5 So it became a language that extended our set of references. "Unless the rehabilitation issues are addressed,” Sakshi. Therefore.

the engineering wing had called for an expression of interest to appoint a consultant. the state government was considering introducing of English as a subject from Class I onwards. ?said,NSUIs rally had a large number of outsiders We have been advocating safety on campus and we demand that the culprits be nabbed soon and strict action be taken against them?85. Supriya Pathak and Tabu, reported Us agree to submit to a similar regime. “I have always felt rewarded… But I also feel the.industry is clearly understanding this now that scripts are the most imp thing “The time for formula films is changing The writer is already getting more importance I think if they show a little more patience and keep delivering good stuff things will happen” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Los Angeles | Published: November 25 2015 4:42 pm Mark Ruffalo is all set to executive produce and narrate the documentary “Dear President Obama” (Source: Reuters) Related News Actor Mark Ruffalo is all set to executive produce and narrate the documentary “Dear President Obama” a film about the Barack Obama’s energy and climate change policies scheduled to release next year The 48-year-old “Spotlight” actor who is also an environmental activist is opposing the process of hydro-fracking to extract natural gas decide to join the project as he finds the US President’s approach to climate change “insane” said The Hollywood Reporter “When you have the president saying that climate change is absolutely for real and we must do something about it and then in the next breath he says we must start drilling in the Arctic circle even there’s a huge disconnect a cognitive dissonance “His own scientists are telling him we have to keep that carbon in the ground otherwise we are doomed” Ruffalo said The documentary to be directed by Jon Bowermaster will look at the health impacts of hydro-fracking scientific research on global warming and what can be done to move the US to renewable sources of energy “The documentary will implore President Obama to stop this drill baby drill all of the above energy policy that he has taken our country on You can’t have it both ways You can’t keep pushing to take all the carbon out of the earth which will be burned while at the same time saying you believe in climate science” the actor said For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Agencies | Basseterre | Updated: July 11 2016 11:42 am The West Indian BP XI team was 74 for one after lunch (Source: BCCI) Top News A routine fact-check of the Warner Park wouldn’t leave the bowlers particularly inspired In three Test matches here the average first innings tally has been 465 a mean drastically reduced by the last Test here where Pakistan could garner just 272 In the inaugural Test India racked up 581 runs In the second South Africa plundered 543 The corresponding second innings scores read 362 and 546 The opening day of the practice game wasn’t any different as bowlers — both spinners and seamers — laboured hard on an unresponsive wicket with India technically losing just three wickets (three of them were retired out) But intermittent showers and the overcast sky must have furnished some respite for the Indian seamers And in the first half an hour there was some assistance on offer for the seamers who though squandered it away with errant lines The conditions it seemed were ideal for Bhuvneshwar Kumar to blossom He began on a promising note pitching ball fuller and teasing the batsmen to drive He mostly swung the ball into the right-hander and in between slipped in the outswinger Thus he set up WICB Board President XI skipper Leon Johnson The latter had comfortably defended him thus far but Kumar bowled a couple of inswingers before making one slightly shape away from him brushing his outside edge to the second slip At the other end Mohammed Shami returning to international after a lengthy lay-off was working up good pace and probing the batsmen outside the off-stump Both Shai Hope and Rajendra Chandrika were less certain of the way the ball was moving and another wicket seemed nigh Trying too hard But suddenly Indian bowlers began trying a little too hard and became impatient subsequently losing their direction literally and figuratively Shami symbolised this sudden lapse in focus He began bowling a little too wide outside the off-stump the batsmen duly leaving them in its course Then when he tried to compensate he strayed down the leg which the Caribbean batsmen capitalised A restless Virat Kohli fiddled around with his field sometimes even setting bizarrely unconventional fields—like at one point he had a short mid-on and forward short-leg the latter stationed deeper than usual Predictably Shami bowled short but the lack of pace on the surface gave the batsmen ample time to play those comfortably on the backfoot Bhuvneshwar and Shami were soon replaced with Ishant Sharma and Umesh Yadav Ishant while being sharp bowled wide like Shami Umesh typically was mercurial at times deadly but mostly wild For instance he bowled perhaps the ball of the morning when he made one jump and snake back at the batsman from short of length The follow-up was gift-wrapped half-volley outside off-stump By this time the strip was eased of the moisture and the batsmen had bedded in showing the sort of judgment and application that’d shame some of their senior batsmen The three-Test old Chandrika was the more strokeful of the pair and he crunched a brace of delicious boundaries through cover It was just a matter of time before Kohli introduced the spinners and leg-spinner Amit Mishra replaced Ishant for a three-over spell just before lunch The leggie bargained more purchase from the surface and the batsmen had trouble picking his fastish googly He nearly had Hope in front and after lunch procured an edge off Chandrika which fell short of the first slip Like most batsmen unused to quality spinners they played Mishra from the crease neither committing on the front foot or back foot Brief scores: India 258/6 decl (Rohit Sharma 54* Shikhar Dhawan 51 KL Rahul 50; Jomel Warrican 2-61) vs West Indies Cricket Board President’s XI 74/1 in 32 overs (Rajendra Chandrika 35* Shai Hope 27*; Bhuvneshwar Kumar 1-5) For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: AP | Published: November 7 2016 3:45 pm Stephen Curry failed to score a three-pointer after 157 games in the NBA (Source: AP) Top News JJ Redick is the NBA’s new 3-point king Sort of Steph Curry failed to splash a 3 against the Los Angeles Lakers on Saturday night ending his record streak of games with at least one from long distance at 157 The two-time MVP went 0 for 10 from deep in a surprising loss to the Lakers That made Redick the new leader for longest active 3-point streak at 61 games Not even 100 more games to go Actually Curry made a 3-pointer in 196 straight games when the playoffs are included And while it’s been said that all good things come to an end the best shooter in the world sounded like he had reasonable expectations of keeping his streak alive for years “That was a cool little ride” Curry said “Would have loved to finish my career making one every game but hey start a new one What was it like two years Kind of weird not to make one but I will keep shooting” The last time Curry went splashless was Nov 11 2014 when he went 0 for 7 in a loss to the Spurs in San Antonio His run surpassed Atlanta Hawks forward Kyle Korver’s 127 straight games The second-longest active streak now belongs to Indiana’s Paul George at just 27 games Curry’s first chance to start a new streak comes Monday against the winless New Orleans Pelicans And you can bet he will make one The last time Curry went two straight games without a 3 came Nov 14-16 2012 when he went a combined 0 for 8 against Atlanta and Minnesota It’s only happened three other times in his career and one was health related THE WEEK AHEAD Here are some of the games to keep an eye on this week: * Chicago at Miami Thursday: Highlight of the week Dwyane Wade returns to the city he owned for 13 seasons Should be emotional *Hawks at Cavaliers Tuesday: LeBron James is 6-0 for the first time in his career Dwight Howard and the Hawks will try to be the first team to beat him this season * Jazz at Philadelphia Monday: The 0-5 76ers get the Jazz on the second night of a back-to-back First win for Joel Embiid * Pelicans at Bucks Thursday: New Orleans starts the week at 0-6 with a tough back-to-back at Golden State and Sacramento Maybe Anthony Davis finally gets a W in Milwaukee * Lakers at Timberwolves Sunday: Two of the most promising young cores in the league meet in Minnesota WOLVES WOES The Minnesota Timberwolves entered the season brimming with confidence and buoyed by being a trendy pick to contend for a Western Conference playoff berth under new coach Tom Thibodeau They have gotten off to a rocky 1-4 start to the season thanks in large part to horrendous performance in the third quarter In their four losses the Wolves have been outscored 121-61 They gave up a 24-1 run at Sacramento a 20-2 surge in Oklahoma City and were thumped 33-14 in third period at home against Denver to give away a 15-point lead “The third quarters are haunting us” forward Andrew Wiggins said STAT OF THE WEEK DeMar DeRozan Toronto Raptors The All-Star has been on a tear to open the season setting a franchise record with five straight 30-point games to start the season He is the league’s leading scorer even after that streak ended on Sunday with a 23-point outing against Sacramento But most unique among DeRozan’s scoring binge He made just one 3-pointer in eight attempts during those first five games The throwback scorer has used a killer midrange game and a knack for getting to the free-throw line to average 338 points during the 4-1 start For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Florida | Published: February 24 2017 9:10 pm Anirban Lahiri who is due to play in Hero Indian Open after this event finished superbly at Palm Beach Florida which is his base in US and a home away from home (Source: AP) Top News Indian golfing ace Anirban Lahiri registered his best start of the season with a five-under 65 that put him in tied-third place at the end of the first round at the Honda Classic here The 28-year-old Indian who has been giving himself good starts but none better than this one has time and again faltered over the weekend Hoping to rectify that trend Lahiri who is due to play in Hero Indian Open after this event finished superbly at Palm Beach Florida which is his base in US and a home away from home Lahiri had a sedate start of sorts with two birdies but more importantly without any bogeys His birdie on the second from nearly 24 feet seemed to set the trend but he had only one more birdie on eighth on front nine On the eventful back nine he missed a nine-footer for par but made up with a birdie on next Back to back birdies on 15th and 16th which was from 20 feet helped him move to four-under On 17th he hit into the water and ended with a bogey but a classy finish with a 25-foot eagle putt saw him sign off with a 65 PGA Tour rookies Cody Gribble and Wesley Bryan shot six-under 64 each to share the top spot and Lahiri along with two-time Major winner Martin Kaymer was third Sergio Garcia and fellow Spaniard Rafa Cabrera-Bello who plays at Hero Indian Open next month shot two-under 68 each to be tied-24th on a day when more than half of the field was at par or better This is Lahiri’s seventh start in the 2016-17 wrap-around season and he has made the cut in five of the starts prior to this one In each of his previous six PGA Tour starts he has shot par or under but his five-under 65 on Thursday was the best start of the season He also began with under par rounds in Dubai and Malaysia Lahiri’s best in this 2016-17 season has been tied-third at the CIMB Classic which was held in October 2016 but is counted towards 2017 PGA Tour season Kaymer chipped in from behind the 17th green for birdie and closed with a two-putt birdie from 40 feet for a 65 Rickie Fowler and Ian Poulter were in a large group at 66 Poulter is playing on a medical extension from a foot injury last year and has only six PGA Tour events left to try and retain full status Bryan who is known for his trick-shot videos is coming off his best tournament a tie for fourth at Riviera in which he got within two shots of winner Dustin Johnson in the third round Gribble already has won this season at the Sanderson Farms Championship last fall while the top players were in Shanghai For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Benita Chacko | Mumbai | Updated: December 3 2015 5:45 am The theme here changes from time to time During the monsoon season there were umbrellas hanging upside- down Now there are butterflies throughout the footpath (right) A painted dead tree (left) is another photographic location for selfie fans at Shivaji park Dadar Top News WHEN COUNTRIES across the world are banning selfies and selfie sticks Mumbai seems to want more of the camera After Shivaji Park CST station and Juhu will be the next places to get their own ‘selfie points’ in the city Ganesh Sanap Corporator of the A Ward has planned two selfie points in front of CST station – one near Jhunka Bhakar Kendra and another near Pherozeshah Mehta’s statue Funded by the BMC Sanap says that these spots will cost at least Rs 50000 to 1 lakh Recently France banned selfie sticks at Eiffel Tower due to inconvenience to visitors Disney parks across the world have banned them due to inconvenience as well as safety concerns In New York it is an offence to take selfies with zoo animals in the selfie frame Speaking about the risk Sanap says “A lot of people take selfies in front of the historic CST building Usually they take a lot of risk and stand in the middle of the road to get the best view This causes accidents That is why we want to give them a designated spot where they can take good pictures safely” Another selfie point is to come up at an open garden in VM Road Juhu The project will be funded by Andheri West MLA Ameet Satam who hopes that this point will become an iconic spot in the city where people from across the world will come to click their selfies “Most big cities in the world have such spots to take pictures For example Kuala Lumpur has IloveKL signs where tourists take pictures Mumbai is also an international city but it doesn’t have any such place I thought we should also have something on those lines in our city This place is not far from Juhu beach so people will definitely come here to take selfies People who come from afar can even take these pictures as souvenirs” says Satam The trend of having selfie points in Mumbai began in June when one was started at Shivaji Park in Dadar According to Sandeep Deshpande the corporator who brought the innovation the point sees at least 300-500 people taking selfies Among the people taking selfies here were Alpita Parkar and Uday Mohite Both of them are artistes and they feel there should be more such places in the city “It is a brilliant idea Beautifying spots like these can help create relaxing areas in the city We would like to see more such areas and would love to contribute by helping in making them” Though the Shivaji Park selfie point has gained a lot of popularity many patrons of the park have complained that it ruins the peace of the park and is a disturbance to joggers Also at the time of its creation many saw it as an easy populist move to attract youngsters in view of the coming BMC elections [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsCuban opposition falls at first hurdle as Castro handover looms | Reuters World Reuters Nov 09 2017 06:15:09 IST Comment 0 Tweet This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed Published Date: Nov 09 2017 06:15 AM | Updated Date: Nov 09 2017 06:15 AM Tags : #Reuters Also See Chicago: Eduardo Vargas will aim to extend his astonishing goalscoring record in the Copa America on Wednesday when holders Chile face Colombia in the second semi-final After a remarkable four-goal display in the 7-0 destruction of Mexico in the quarter-final Vargas has now amassed 10 goals in two editions of the Copa America in the space of a year The Hoffenheim forward spearheads one of the most potent attacking units in the tournament with Chile scoring 14 goals on their way to the last four after steadily improving following an opening defeat by Argentina Vargas has been supported by Arsenal star Alexis Sanchez who took his tally to three goals against Mexico in a performance which suggested Chile are hitting form just at the right time Chile scored seven goals past Mexico AP Vargas however said that Chile were already looking forward to the threat posed by Colombia? 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Arsene Wenger hailed the performance of stand-in Arsenal captain Olivier Giroud after his late goal sealed a 2-1 FA Cup third round win at Championship side Prestondistrict, Shojaei and his Iran team mate Ehsan Hajsafi played for Greek side Panionios against Israel’s Maccabi Tel Aviv in a Europa League qualifier earlier this month, arrested at his home in 2000 with about 59 kilograms (130 pounds) of marijuana.

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