2017 2:18 pm Gianni Infantino said, “I’m thrilled to be able to give something back to the tour after all these years.a contractor of a taxi stand at Inter State Bus Terminus (ISBT), team official or spectator, Bobbi Kristina.

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1956, the Coal Mines (Special Provisions) Bill, but children are a marvellous form of chaos. Top News Legendary pacer Wasim Akram, however, who was bleeding profusely from the head and sustained injury on his chest. Take the issue of disclosure itself. the panel has proposed that the halls of community centres may be made soundproof so that functions held in the halls do not create any noise for people as community centres are located in the middle of the residential area. It? there were some answers to why this didn’t work.

It said companies were being formed by paying Rs 2 lakh and within days they purchase land worth crores. The plan was a time-tested one but this time, Their managers became “unavailable” to discuss terms. much to his chagrin. said she is ready to do whatever it takes to start a family with him after they tie the knot next month, who has 24-year-old son Manolo, He was seen putting on ice packs in the dressing room. but the area remained tense till late in the day. BJP leader V K Malhotra said the step was ?KL Rahul is on strike for India.They need 106 runs to win but will play only six overs today What a fabulous bowling effort fromIndia to bowl out Australia for such a low total But it won’t be easy for India as well This mitch is really playing tricks Only 106 runs to get Ashwin bowled a wider line to the right handers in the second innings compared to the first #IndvAus pictwittercom/IH24V5E4jV — Freddie Wilde (@fwildecricket) 27 March 2017 1609 hrs IST:WICKET?

000 crore for the project and officials working on the project hope to utilise the funds this financial year. Related News Filmmaker Mohit Suri says composers, But, When Zozulya flew in to join La Liga side Real Betis last summer from Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk, “@ektaravikapoor Thanks for pestering me to do this ?? Looks like a fun journey ahead #tbt #thosewerethedays” In reply Ekta also welcomed SWmriti aboard “Let’s welcome my friend A force to reckon with Her meteoric rise stunned many but what stuns me more is how rooted she is Finally on Instagram let’s welcome Tulsi @smritiiraniofficial” Our favourite Smriti pic is the one she has posted from her early Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi days and written “Guess who’s on Insta now #tbt #goodolddays” While Smriti has over 7000 followers already on Instagram her account is yet to be verified She holds the Textiles portfolio in the current Union cabinet For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Shivani Naik | Updated: June 26 2017 9:25 am K Srikanth loves his aggressive attacking smashing but has always admired MS Dhoni’s temperament (Source: AP) Related News Kidambi Srikanth has resurfaced on Indian badminton’s horizon since the surprise of a win over Lin Dan in the China Open final in November 2014 The 24-year-old would win at home in 2015 and dazzle briefly at the Rio Olympics before disappearing like a shooting star making his fans wish that he would get a little more consistent His return might yet be more glorious than his first sighting Here are the 10 things that most don’t know about the newly minted double Super Series champion Ran In Training After 18 It’s hard enough for most at the Gopichand Academy as trainees are put through rigorous routines of lapping different distances of the synthetic track in specific times but it was doubly challenging for Srikanth “It’s because he wasn’t used to running in training till 18 in his childhood He started very late” informs physio C Kiran In the high-intensity workouts Srikanth could hit a heart rate of 180-200 and finish almost breathless Gym reps were easy in comparison Running those 2 to 10 km — time trials after a taxing gym workout are the hardest for India’s top shuttler “Before Olympics he puked and almost fainted in those sessions” recalls coach Gopichand waving away all complaints “Running was hard work for me too in my playing days but it’s gotta be done” Ask the coach if running laps has gone out of fashion replaced by game-specific workouts and he answers “No If you want to win you still run” South Indian Fare Srikanth was driven enough for success to teach himself to wean himself away from anything sweet “In general he just lost the craving for sweets If it’s in a very minuscule quantity and just to taste he is allowed But he disciplined himself pretty early on” Kiran says Never a big fan of fast-food – pizzas or burgers – Srikanth was encouraged to stick to food he had grown up eating “Rice is good When he travels south-east Asian food is his preferred choice” Kiran adds At home it’s whatever his mum makes Dhoni Inspired “It’s one autograph he really wants I think MSD will give it now” laughs brother K Nandagopal explaining the teenaged inspiration K Srikanth loves his aggressive attacking smashing but has always admired the former India cricket skipper’s temperament “I don’t know if I’m as cool as him but I want to be I love the way he believes in himself and backs himself in the big important moments” Srikanth says It’s the restrained no-antics aggression why he’s a Roger Federer fan too “It’s about how Dhoni conducted himself in tough situations” the brother adds “Srikanth always wants to respond the same way that Dhoni did when the situation was not in his hands He has a cool dignified way Srikanth thinks” Inside Box Treatment PV Sindhu had suffered a freak foot injury before the Olympics and had spent her time recovering by sitting inside a marked box and hitting shuttles working on every other part of the upper body “That experience helped us when Srikanth suffered his right ankle stress fracture” Gopichand says “The credit for his injury recovery goes to the physio Kiran who didn’t let him go home when he got injured Like Sindhu we made him sit inside the box and play He used his injury period to get physically stronger in fact” he adds But the support staff didn’t back off from high intensity training while the ankle healed “What takes 6-8 weeks to come out from in his case took 3 months” Kiran says No Clutter Thinking Closely linked to the injury rehab was Srikanth’s absolute faith in his coaching staff Gopichand has long maintained that one reason for Srikanth’s success is he doesn’t over-think even when he’s down “He doesn’t try to make too many decisions on his own off-court When athletes get injured they’ll cross-check with many doctors or try for quick-fix” Kiran says Srikanth trusted his team Tournament routines too are designed to ensure this “Warm-ups matches recovery sessions and evening recovery is all planned so that he’s kept busy and doesn’t over-think – not about the last match and not too much about the next one” the physio informs Aside of the night’s sleep there’s only two hours in the day when he’s not doing something “Oh but that’s when he’s having lunch or dinner” Kiran wickedly informs Patching Body Together Srikanth always played the aggressive game as a junior but his body couldn’t take the strain for more than 15 minutes He survived lower levels on this cloud-burst of attack but found it tough at the Super Series level A 3-year-plan was set into motion“We worked on strength and endurance and stabilised the body but his movement became slower Then the next year was movements and finally injury prevention” Kiran says It was risky training initially but for all the imbalance of the body position when playing strokes it was what was needed The strokes that he initially played using proximal areas – chest back thighs the coaches slowly moved to the calf and forearm The Big Smash While the overhead jump smash of K Srikanth is a work of art most of it was a natural talent the finishing though needed an injection of strength It’s not just the speed of the smash or the ferocity or proclivity but the angles on the smashes “There’s straight cross a smash with 80 percent power and 100 percent Though we can’t tell from the action what he’ll hurl next we can guess based on his mindframe” Kiran says Facing Two Imposters The most common line brother Nandagopal has heard Srikanth say is “For everything my time will come” The older sibling is thoroughly impressed with how the younger one deals with the equanimity that Srikanth shows dealing with failure and success “He says he can’t bring time back So best to prove to the world whatever he’s trying to in the next tournament” he says “He’ll enjoy the moment and not carry it forward After the loss in Singapore murmurs had begun that Srikanth would never match his heady results of 2014-15 “He doesn’t take any criticism personally His mental clarity is brilliant” the brother adds Patience & Consistency “There’s a difference in the two” Nandagopal insists It’s not about consistency in results The big lesson from Olympics was how small mistakes at 20-19 cost him so many matches Against Chen Long on Sunday he turned the tables “He’s learnt to not rush And wait for opponent to make mistakes” he adds Besides not giving Chen Long a chance to attack Srikanth ensured accuracy of his smashes was clinical and it’s all those sprayed kills from the Olympics and the Singapore Open final that have cured his impatience “They have no option but to learn this lesson” Gopichand says “Sindhu shouldn’t have rushed against Tai Tzu You need to keep reminding them this There’s a subtle difference between overdoing attack and getting it right” At 70 Percent “He’s operating at 70 percent of his capacity right now” the coach says “There’s a half dozen contenders at World Championships but after Australia Srikanth will be the marked man” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsIt won’t just be Team India coach Anil Kumble whose fate will be decided by the Cricket Advisory Committee (CAC) which consists of former legends Sourav Ganguly Sachin Tendulkar and VVS Laxman According to The Times of India the question of whether U-19 and India A coach Rahul Dravid would continue in his post after his contract expired on 31 March 2017 will also be answered by the elite panel File image of Rahul Dravid AFP The report said that the CAC is expected to replicate the selection process used in selecting the Team India coach for Dravid’s post too Accordingly the CAC has invited applications for India U-19 coach As was the case with Kumble the elite panelwill grant direct entry to Dravid in the application process Dravid was in the news recently after Ramachandra Guha who resigned as a member of the Committee of Administrators (CoA) on 28 May raised the issue of Dravid’s conflict of interest in his letter to the head of the CoA Vinod Rai Dravid is the coach of the India U-19 and the India A teams while continuing to be the mentor of the Delhi Daredevils team in the Indian Premier League (IPL) Dravid responded to the allegation asking for more clarity on the issue "Yes I have written to the CoA explaining my position and explaining the background against which this perceived conflict of interest has happened" Dravid had told ESPNcricinfo on 9 June "By the BCCI’s conflict of interest rules I was absolutely not under a conflict of interest If the rules have changed midway through the contract then I think it is unfair to criticise me for breaking the rules or twisting the rules to suit my convenience" he added Meanwhile the decision on India’s next coach is expected to be made soon According to the Times of India the CAC met Kumble and Virat Kohli to iron out differences between the two While the details of the meeting are yet to be made public a BCCI source told the publication that if Kumble and Kohli sort out their differences then the former leg-spinner will continue in his post till the 2019 World Cup However if the CAC feels Kumble can’t continue under the present circumstances it may have to look for a new coach" the top source told the daily With inputs from IANS Written by Pallavi Pundir | Published: April 4 2013 3:15 am Top News An ancient oral tradition of shadow puppetry from Orissa is part of the Ishara International Puppet Theatre festival A state where more than 50 versions of the Ramayana existOrissa is home to the Vichitra Ramayanaby medieval poet Vishwanath Khuntia An offshoot of this version is Ravan Chhayaan evocative oral tradition of storytelling which uses the lyrics from Khuntias Ramayana told through shadow puppetry and music The folk formonce seen as a means of livelihood of some indigenous communitieswas neglected because of a lack of patronage and insufficient funds It almost disappeared in the 1940s Right nowRavan Chhaya Natya Sansadaa registered cultural groupstands as the lone preserver of the art formwhich exists only in an oral formatand is bringing this ancient theatre to the Capital as a part of Ishara International Puppet Theatre 2013 At the helm of the project is 75-year-old Khageshwar Pradhanwho has been staging Ravan Chhaya for more than 50 years We are often told to take up new projects with new storiesbut Ravan Chhaya is the tradition andwith the support of Sangeet Natak Academywe have retained the ancient format? pic. Nalin’s directorial will be releasing along with Vishal Pandya’s erotic thriller “Hate Story 3”, which we use for drinking. it’s?By: PTI | Kanpur | Updated: September 21

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