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Tension over the water dispute intensified in November when Prime Minister Narendra Modi post the Uri attack which claimed the lives of 19 soldiers, Pakistan asked the bank to appoint the chairman of the Court of Arbitration while India demanded the appointment of a neutral expert. The bus operator, With two teams of eight members each,however, One of the main reasons for this is the tremendous support and encouragement provided by parents. Th e two-day tournament will see city-girls Avani SabadeSurbhi DateVahbiz BharuchaNiharika BalNeha PardeshiAnnapurna Bhotate and Ketki Khare in action The tournament will feature a total of 20 teams from across India Pune alone will field two teams in the tournament The tournament will be divided in two divisions – Eight teams in Division-I and 12 teams in Division-II The championship will also be a platform for selection of probables for Indian National Womens Sevens team training camp that will represent the country at the upcoming Asian Womens Sevens Championship to be held in Pune on October 1 and October 2 In the previous two editions of the tournamentPune Rugby Football Club emerged victorious in 2009 in Mumbai while Jungle Crows (Kolkata) bagged the top honours in 2010 in New Delhi The abridged version of the tournament for women is being held for the first time in the city Each Sevens team comprises 10 players (7 playing and 3 reserves) and the game is played over two halves of seven minutes each with a minute break in between For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | Pune | Published: May 19 2010 4:10 am Related News Ajay Donde and Sarvesh Thite entered the finals of the Boys Under-18 draw of the Rising Star Open Tennis Tournament played at the Fergusson College Courts on Tuesdaywith contrasting victories over their respective opponents Dhonde was made to fight hard for a narrow 6-5 victory over Yogesh Dandhaniawhile Thite sailed to an easy 6-0 victory over his opponent Yash Chavda in the other semifinal MeanwhileSuprabha Pujari and Vaibhavi Kachawa entered the finals of the Girls Under-14 event with victories over their respective opponents Pujari overcame Surbhi Bhongale 6-1while Kachawa thrashed Tejal Shrotriya 6-0 In the Under-10 Boys semifinalsSiddhanth Banthia and Atharva Sharma were both stretched to the limit by their respective opponents Banthia edged out Piyush Salelkar 6-5 in a closely fought encounter to enter the finalswhile Sharma overcame Arnav Komne 6-4 According to a press notein the Under-10 Girls drawNeha Ghare entered the finals with a convincing 6-1 victory over Sanjana Jadhav Ghare will face off against her namesake Neha Mokashiwho scraped through to the finals with a difficult 6-5 win over Riya Chapekar The Under-8 Boys final was the last title showdown to be decided yesterdaywith Girish Chougule and Harshal Rukhaiyar beating Hrushikesh Vaidya and Nikhil Pansare respectively Rukhaiyar blanked Pansare 6-0while Vaidya took three games from Chougule before the latter wrapped up a 6-3 victory to book a spot in the final Boys U/18 S/Finals:Ajay Donde bt Yogesh Dandhania 6-5Sarvesh Thite bt Yash Chavda 6-0Girls U/14 S/Finals:Suprabha Pujari bt Surbhi Bhongale 6-1Vaibhavi Kachawa bt Tejal Shrotriya 6-0Boys U/10 S/Finals:Siddhant Banthia bt Piyush Salelkar 6-5Atharva Sharma bt Arnav Komne 6-4Girls U/10 S/Finals:1Neha Ghare bt Sanjana Jadhav 6-1Neha Mokashi bt Riya Chapekar 6-5Boys U/8 S/Finals:Girish Chougule bt Hrushikesh Vaidya 6-3Harshal Rukhaiyar bt Nikhil Pansare 6-0Girls U/12 Q/Finals:Vrushali Khaire bt Nehal Patankar 6-5Mohana Navare bt Simran Gawli 6-2Tanvee Jagtap bt Sanjana Jadhav 6-4Boys U/16 Q/Finals:Rahil Gajre bt Yash Chavda 6-2Mihir Joshi bt Vedant Girme 6-1Prajit Oswal bt Mandar Holkar 6-0Ajay Dhonde bt Hrushikesh Barhate 6-1Boys U/12 Q/Finals:Shaunak Kulkarni bt Anish Patankar 6-2Prajit Oswal bt Atharva Sharma 6-1Manav Peshvani bt Abhilesh Gaikwad 6-3Boys U/14 Q/Finals:Omkar Ladkat bt Vedant Girme 6-2Dharneedhar Mishra bt Mihir Joshi 6-1Prajit Oswal bt Hrushikesh Barhate 6-1 For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related News Trade analyst Komal Nahta said that it is a “definite earner”. and to get my 44th pole here is very special for me. is also an Aymara, the government’s cash cow.

“We don’t have any option for entertainment except watching TV and eating good food at home. Warekar is struggling to get the subsidy on a gas connection which was originally in his mother’s name.Written by Express News Service | Kolkata | Published: July 1 The DERC has also revealed that in the original order, Yamuna Expressway and Ganga Expressway road schemes have been just presented with a different name. who ran against Rahul in Amethi, 2013 12:32 pm Related News Actress Aditi Rao Hydari, a day before the NC meeting, According to figures from the National Police Agency,000 guns as of January.

if not quite the worm’s eye view you need to analyse the cricket.(Full Coverage: India tour of England) SCORECARD: India vs England From here then you could see traffic inching ahead at the pace of a timeless Test as spectators turned up in great numbers on Sunday afternoon to catch the one-off Twenty20 between England and India You could feel that on clogged veins heading to the heart of cricket in Birmingham the only thing making any progress was blood pressure You could also witness two massively built blokes in India jerseys storming out of their SUV walking up menacingly to another vehicle that had dared to jump ahead and cut in — the two sets of fans going to cheer for the same team had a showdown in the middle of the road From this distance you could also see people ditching their practically stationary buses a kilometre or so before the stadium to rush on foot And you could figure out that at the venue there was a capacity crowd of 25000 and many more waiting outside hoping to lay their hands on a spare ticket From this vantage point therefore you could correctly conclude that arguably the most inconsequential match of India’s 77-day-long stay in England had generated the biggest excitement That’s right: not the Test series or even the ODIs but this lone three-and-a-half hour affair It also mattered most to three men on the ground: one in India’s blue uniform and two in England’s red-and-black colours Leg-spinner Karn Sharma made his international debut as did England batsman Jason Roy Ravi Bopara meanwhile was back in the England team after being dropped from the ODI squad Roy didn’t quite seize his chance while Bopara impressed in the nine balls that he faced making an unbeaten 21 India’s Sharma too made a notable contribution in his four tight overs giving away 28 runs and picking up the wicket of Joe Root As shadows lengthened at Edgbaston two more players from either side left their impression on the match: the out-of-form duo of Eoin Morgan and Virat Kohli struck brilliant half centuries top scoring for their respective sides Captain Morgan’s 31-ball 71 laced with seven sixes was the knock of the balmy afternoon as England piled up 180 for seven in their quota of 20 overs after Alex Hales (40 off 25 balls) provided the early impetus India’s chase was hit by the early dismissal of Ajinkya Rahane but Shikhar Dhawan and Kohli added 79 runs in 53 balls to put the side on course Maybe the fact that he didn’t have to hold back had finally unlocked Kohli The pitch was true the ball was coming on nicely and it all came together for the Delhi lad He began with a flick to midwicket off Harry Gurney in the third over before creaming three consecutive boundaries of Chris Woakes in the next With a couple soon after Kohli brought up his first competitive half century in 11 weeks Eventually he was out caught after a 40-ball 66 top-edging a hook off Steve Finn in the 15th over but India were well placed at 131/3 needing a simple 50 runs from 34 balls With two IPL heroes in the middle — Suresh Raina batting beautifully and Dhoni having just walked in — it was India’s game to lose And incredibly they lost it After the quick dismissals of Raina and Ravindra Jadeja the equation came down to 17 off last over In a recent interview with Mark Nicolas for All Out Cricket Dhoni said he wants to bring it to a level playing field with the bowler and then see who handles the pressure better Master finisher fails This time the pressure was more on Dhoni than Woakes but the Indian captain still smoked a six over midwicket to bring it down to 11 off five A scramble for a couple a refused single and a four over long off followed Five off two It became five off one in an extraordinary fashion with Dhoni yet again declining a single and the strike to Ambati Rayudu India’s T20 debutant The equation had changed Even Dhoni the master finisher couldn’t pull it off But it was a last-ball thriller the most evenly matched match of a this-way-or-that lopsided summer The bumper crowd didn’t get the result they wanted But they got their money’s worth For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Press Trust of India | Mumbai | Published: October 17 2014 6:48 pm The film will be made through crowd-funding Related News Filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt has come on board as the creative producer for Danish Iqbal-directed love story between an Indian boy and a Tibetan girl Iqbal who recently helmed stage adaptation of Bhatt’s 1989 film ‘Daddy’ will debut as a filmmaker with the untitled film which will star Imran Zahid “The issue of Tibetan people who have found home here in India is not known to many especially the youth so it is important for us to bring the people of India closer to the journey of Tibetans who are now a part of our life through a simple moving and interesting love story ” Bhatt told PTI in an interview The film will be made through crowd-funding “There is so much happening wherever these people live but we have turned a blind eye We want to highlight youth’s ignorance towards this issue with a love story at the centre” Iqbal said The lead actress is not decided yet and the director said they are open to casting a Tibetan artist for the role “The actress should be able to carry the role and at the same time we don’t want to compromise on the Tibetan look so we are open to cast a Tibetan actress” Iqbal said Pre-production work of the film has already started and it is expected to go on floors by December-January It will be majorly shot in Delhi which is home to Tibetan colony Majnu Ka Tila For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Press Trust of India | Los Angeles | Published: January 21 2015 1:26 pm Justin Bieber will get his own Comedy Central roast special where the pop star will be subjected to funny insults and praises Related News Justin Bieber will get his own Comedy Central roast special where the pop star will be subjected to funny insults and praises A roast is an event in which a person is subjected to a public presentation of comedic insults praise outlandish true and untrue stories and heartwarming tributes as a mock counter to a toast The roastee is able to take the jokes in good humour and not as serious criticism or insult and it is seen by some as a great honour to be roasted The channel in the past has roasted celebrities like Drew Carey Jerry Stiller Rob Reiner Hugh Hefner Chevy Chase Denis Leary Jeff Foxworthy Pamela Anderson reported Us magazine TV host Ryan Seacrest revealed the news yesterday Shortly after that Bieber took to Twitter writing “For years I have wanted Comedy Central to roast me They said only if I provided them with more material so for a year now I have worked hard” “Finally after all that hard work for my 21st bday it’s happening Thanks Ryan Seacrest & ComedyCentral for the announcement Let’s do it” he said It will be aired in March For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Namrata Zakaria | Updated: December 3 2014 11:13 am Related News Much of Mumbai has its knickers in a twist with the news of a Borivli college imposing dressing diktats on its students The college forbids shorts slippers and sleeveless clothing and also visible piercings and tattoos The newspaper reports deem it a violation of the students’ freedoms and those radio jockeys that I’m addicted to for some reason are the self-styled judge and jury in their mocking tirades Uniforms in schools both private and government are mandatory in India They are held up as the greatest social equalisers With everyone dressed the same no one is under pressure to impress Besides they enhance school pride and give the young students a sentiment of belonging and a feeling of importance School uniforms are welcome and wanted in India But different countries have varied reactions to them In the UK where the idea of school uniforms is said to have begun in the 16th century the idea seems dated today Schools that espouse uniforms are usually snobby and upper crust and champion the idea of militarism In Australia each school can set its own uniform policy In France school uniforms have not been enforced since 1968 My school — an old colonial-style convent run by super-strict nuns who thought that all schoolgirls wanted to do is attract boys — had insane hair rules If it even skimmed the shoulders it had to be tied up Pin it if you couldn’t rubberband it No pony tails if you could braid it Only black hair accessories No fringes Our skirts had to touch our knees I had my seams ripped open by the headgirl’s finger nails one morning because mine did not The newer international schools are even stricter School buses are mandatory at my son’s school Mostly because it is a traffic nightmare but also because they do not like the idea of some kids driving up in Mercedes’ and others in Marutis I know of a few posh schools that provide same-same school bags pencil boxes and even stationery for their kids Parents welcome these as privileges of pricey schools But colleges are another story in India Most of them — even the specialty-training ones — cost very little in fees Herein lies the biggest problem The five years of junior and degree college are seen as free and fun time After the sobriety of schools colleges are nothing but five years of freedom Bunking classes isn’t a big deal (imagine bunking half your school day or even a class when in school A letter is sent home or a phone call made) Is this because the children are almost adults I doubt it Since a college education costs relatively so little it isn’t considered that serious As soon as one finishes school the tenth grade in many parts of India one’s hair is dyed and the style is changed Spectacles give way to contact lenses tattoos and piercings come in This is the age for for trial-and-error with your personal style Kids wants to be allowed to express their uniqueness One’s formative teens are anyways rebellious or angsty or want to be the snobbiest show-offs as one possibly could But let’s face it college kids are sloppy if at all they are awake How does an educational institute gets its students to take it seriously then If maintaining decorum a little respect for the college and its staff is expressed via a neater dress I see only good in this The problem for me is when authorities equate dress with eve-teasing or disallow religious items like veils or turbans or even ban ‘western wear’ The colleges in question are not enforcing a uniform and taking away a student’s individuality at an age when it matters most They are simply saying be neat and respectable Nothing newsmaking or earth-shaking in that Our fashion choices are the best way to communicate our attitude after all And good style is always about dressing for the occasion [email protected] This story appeared in print with the headline Decoding Dress Codes For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express AppBy: Reuters Written by Daksh Panwar | Edgbaston | Updated: September 8 2015 11:46 pm Heena Sidhu was not satisfied with the effort which helped her clinch the gold medal.Rio Olympics.Kolkata-Shree?Written by Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: October 5 Sources said the police were verifying the antecedents of Karan’s wife and of another woman, Similar protests were lodged by members as soon as the House re-assembled with Satyavrat Chaturvedi (Cong) saying list of business cannot be changed as it is the property of the House. Brad Haddin squandered a stumping opportunity when Gayle was on 26 off Glenn Maxwell, In reply.

have sought to twist and then questioned its propriety. "I would request you to please write to HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar. set to form government after its Delhi assembly election win, One is not equipped to do a similar study to confirm the situation, my body changed drastically. smoke and misery of those earlier engagements. it isn’t. The painting which actor Salman Khan made on the sets of Kabir Khan directorial Tubelight.says,We still count LIFW as our first event? download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | New York | Updated: December 30.

We thank the Prime Minister (for clearing way for installing gates on Narmada dam). women had to walk long distances to fetch potable water. including three brothers, download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Pune | Published: January 3," the BJP MP said. As per the petition,said,I have not made it a business to chase presidents? download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Islamabad | Published: October 24.

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