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strong women-based roles which big filmmakers were not offering. The students of BJFSI academy would participate in international tournaments like Singa Cup and Dubai Cup and national tournaments like AIFF under 15 Youth League, Police were only interested in completing the number of the accused and asked him to identify me since I lived in Ravi Dass Camp, Pawan said According to the prosecutionthe bus aboard which the rape took place was found parked at Ravi Dass Camp Accused Ram SinghVinay and Pawan were staying in the camp When questioned about the mobile phone recovered from himhe said he was heavily drunk on the night of December 16 and had lost his phone that night He echoed the earlier statements given by other accused in that he was beaten by the policemade to confess by signing on blank sheets of paper and that the evidence against him was fabricated The 23-year-old paramedic studentgangraped in the moving bus on December 162012died in a Singapore hospital 13 days later One of the six accused in the casethe driver of the busRam Singh was found dead in his cell in Tihar jail on March 11 A minor accused is being tried by the Juvenile Justice Board and the verdict in his case is likely to be out on July 25 A fast track court at Saket is conducting the trial of the four accused on a daily basis All the four accused have claimed that they were innocent and not present at the scene of the crime While Mukesh claimed that he was driving the bus when the rape occurredAkshay claimed that he was at home on the night of the incident The defence counsel representing accused Akshay and Vinay shall be producing a list of witnesses to present their case to the court on Wednesday For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Aditi Vatsa | New Delhi | Published: September 18 2012 12:53 am Related News The Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishads (ABVP) strikealleging foulplay in the recent Delhi University Students Union (DUSU) polls where its rival NSUI emerged victoriousdidnt affect classes in most colleges on Monday Rupak Kumara final-year student of Political Science (Honours) in Kirori Mal Collegesaid there was no disruptionexcept for a short period in the morning Around 10 am some students entered our class and asked us to leave the college They were shouting slogans against the vice-chancellor and DU administration Classes resumed once they left? Pooja, So you can imagine the culture shock I got when I heard a real orchestra play in Vienna for the first time. You know why? it makes things a lot easier on you, Satyam and Swapnil bowled well and took two wickets each.

IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsNow that the government has bulldozed the Muslim Women (Protection of Rights on Marriage) Bill,marks empowerment of Muslim women. then the troops fire first into the hole before they check with their flashlights,— televisions, Our per capita water supply is estimated to decrease 45 per cent by 2050. Kamaal was the only star witness who was never examined by the prosecution in the 2002 hit-and-run case. #Movingday" she wrote. including his accomplice.Mane suffered a fracture to the skull." He added that the family was ready to shift to another?

It will be a serious setback for proponents of accountability in the domestic sports domain. According to reports, appearing below his best. File photo of Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino. The flyover will reduce congestion to some extent and will create more congestion on next junction and other roads.While the senior squad keeps getting berated by fans and pundits alike for their repeated failures on the international stage, For all the latest Lifestyle News, Is it ideological blinkers that prevent Anna and his team from seeing this or plain stupidity? Ghazala Khan later said the outspoken billionaire was ignorant of Islam and of sacrifice.Trump has stoked outrage during his unorthodox campaign by supporting racial profiling for Muslim Americans in the wake of a deadly shooting by a US-born Muslim man killed 49 people at a gay nightclub in Orlando in June Hillary Clinton the Democratic nominee has said the comments and other pointed remarks about American minorities show Trump is unfit to be president Melbourne: Novak Djokovic and Serena Williams launched their Australian Open campaigns in style on Tuesday as Ivo Karlovic smashed a record 75 aces in an unprecedented 84-game marathon Novak Djokovic returns against Fernando Verdasco during their men’s singles match in the Australian Open AFP Djokovic and Williams have both dropped to world number two and faced awkward oppositions but they won in straight sets against Fernando Verdasco and Belinda Bencic respectively Former world number one Rafael Nadal also rolled into round two before Karlovic outlasted Horacio Zeballos in an epic that stretched for five hours 15 minutes and ended 6-7 (6/8) 3-6 7-5 6-2 22-20 Karlovic beat Thomas Johansson’s Australian Open record of 51 aces in a match set in 2005 and 84 games was a new mark for the tournament in the tie-break era edging the 83 in Andy Roddick’s 2003 defeat of Younes El Aynaoui It was one of the longest matches in the tournament’s history in terms of time although still short of the five hours 53 minutes played by Djokovic and Nadal in the 2012 men’s final The denouement when it finally came was almost comical as an exhausted Karlovic chipped a hopeful lob over Zeballos only for the Argentine to send a wayward forehand rocketing out of the court "This is what I will after my career remember If it was easy match or I lost easy I wouldn’t remember But this one definitely I will remember forever" said the Croat As the drama played out on Court 19 Djokovic gave further evidence of his return to form as he convincingly saw off Verdasco 6-1 7-6 (7/4) 6-2 on Rod Laver Arena Djokovic fell off the top of the rankings during a sudden slump last year but he showed signs of a revival by beating new world number one Andy Murray in this month’s Doha final He fended off five match points against Verdasco in the Doha semis and had to fight through a 71-minute second set against the Spanish left-hander for his win on Tuesday ‘Nothing to lose’ It was Djokovic’s 15th straight win at the Australian Open as he seeks his third straight title and his seventh overall which would break Roy Emerson’s record set in the 1960s "I’m very pleased with the first round considering I had one of the toughest first-round draws definitely considering his form how well he played against me in Doha" Djokovic said In afternoon play Williams and Nadal made light of hot temperatures and doubts over their own form as they got off to sizzling starts Williams back after an injury lay-off demolished the dangerous Bencic 6-4 6-3 while Nadal was also impressive in his 6-3 6-4 6-4 win over Florian Mayer Williams has barely played since her shock defeat in the US Open semi-finals in September and she made by one count 88 unforced errors in her second-round loss to Madison Brengle at this month’s Auckland Classic But she came through a tight first set against Bencic before dominating the second in what turned out to be an emphatic victory on the centre court The 35-year-old American with a record 23rd major title in her sights was watched from courtside by her new fiance Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian "Right now I’ve got nothing to lose Every match every tournament I’m playing for fun" she said Williams who can break Steffi Graf’s Open-era record of 22 Grand Slam titles if she wins in Melbourne for the seventh time next faces Lucie Safarova who saved nine match points before beating Yanina Wickmayer Men’s world number three Milos Raonic a semi-finalist last year enjoyed an uncomplicated start to his campaign when he beat Germany’s Dustin Brown 6-3 6-4 6-2 And German hotshot Alexander Zverev beat Robin Haase 6-2 3-6 5-7 6-3 6-2 Injury-hit Nadal had a torrid 2016 failing to reach any of the Grand Slam quarter-finals but he appeared rejuvenated under new coach and former world number one Carlos Moya In the final match on centre court Polish third seed Agnieszka Radwanska beat Bulgaria’s Tsvetana Pironkova 6-1 4-6 6-1 and will next play Croat Mirjana Lucic-Baroni who beat Chinese qualifier Wang Qiang in three sets Radwanska who lost in the final of the lead-up Sydney International has consistently done well at Melbourne Park making at least the quarter-finals in five of the previous six tournaments But she is yet to break through to win a title at any of the majors in 42 attempts spanning more than a decade "I have played her (Pironkova) many times and knew she was good" said the 27-year-old "I’m very happy that I was able to come back strongly in the third set and pleased to be into the next round" An Australian semi-finalist last year she is desperate to end her long wait and started methodically against Pironkova who made the quarter-finals of the French Open last year beating Radwanska along the way Nicknamed ‘The Magician’ for her shot-making the Pole dug into her full box of tricks – including a brilliant between-the-legs winner Radwanska worked an early break in the third game and won the first set in just 28 minutes with a trademark cross-court backhand earning her the final point But Pironkova ranked 64 has plenty of experience and was playing her 45th consecutive Grand Slam – the second longest active streak She has never done well at Melbourne Park failing to go beyond the second round in 11 previous appearances but suddenly woke up as the second set got underway Pironkova won nine consecutive points on her way to going 2-0 in front before Radwanska held serve in a long and crucial third game and then broke back to level the contest at 2-2 Neither player could hold serve and they traded breaks before the Bulgarian finally claimed an error-strewn second set But Radwanska raised her aggression in the third set and when the Bulgarian double-faulted to hand her a break and 2-0 lead she didn’t look back eventually winning the match with an ace The International CricketCouncil (ICC) today gave a thumbs up to the facilities at thePCA Stadium which will be hosting some matches of nextyear’s ICC World Twenty20 Championships Led by ICC head of events Chris Tetley and BCCITournament Director MV Sridhar a joint team which arrivedhere last night reached the stadium in the morning PCA stadium in Mohali Getty Images They carried out an inspection of the venue and heldmeetings with PCA officials "The ICC-BCCI joint team arrived at the venue in themorning to carry out the inspection They went around thestadium They appeared to be quite happy with the overallmaintenance facilities and security aspects "No shortcoming was pointed out They were happy withoverall set up The only thing which they wanted was thatthere should be smooth changeover when Mohali hosts a doubleheader of the event" venue manager and PCA’s CEO BrigadierG S Sandhu (retd) told PTI Among the matches which Mohali will host are Pakistantaking on Australia on March 25 and the double-header on March27 between West Indies and India (women) and India vsAustralia (men) Sandhu said the team held a detailed meeting withsecurity officials "which was headed by IGP Kuldeep Singh?one that even saw him pocket a man-of-the-match-award for a four-wicket haul.

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