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” Juhi tweeted on Sunday.Fast bowler Dale Steyn set up a series-clinching 204-run win for South Africa on the fourth day of the second and final Test against New Zealand at SuperSport Park on Tuesday,we would help vendors get mall space for very little rent per month and they would pay us if they made money.along with the courts,the mob…?no matter how many votes we might have on e-mailSMS or Facebookor how vigorously we wave and shake the national flag Because I may choose to disagree with you even more vigorouslyand the flag and the anthem will remain as much mine as yours sg@expressindiacom For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | London | Published: November 13 2016 10:16 pm Novak Djokovic won nine of 10 games after losing the first set in a tiebreaker (Source: Reuters) Top News Novak Djokovic won his opening match at the ATP finals rallying to beat Dominic Thiem 6-7 (10) 6-0 6-2 Sunday The second-ranked Serb who has a chance to reclaim the No 1 ranking at the O2 Arena next weekend won nine of 10 games after losing the first set in a tiebreaker And even that was close Thiem had his first set point at 6-3 in the tiebreaker but he double-faulted twice and then put a backhand into the net to make it 6-6 Djokovic had a chance too leading 9-8 But he couldn’t close it out with Thiem serving The Austrian finally won it on his seventh set point with a forehand winner After that it was just about all Djokovic For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: AFP | Paris | Updated: July 11 2016 10:18 pm Portugal’s team celebrates with the trophy after winning the Euro 2016 final soccer match between Portugal and France at the Stade de France in Saint-Denis (Source: AP) Top News The European Championship ended with Portugal’s stunning victory over France in the final — the last shock in a tournament of giant-killing romance vicious and gentle fans the rise of Antoine Griezmann as an international star and Cristiano Ronaldo stretchered off in tears and still winning Euro 2016 was not a classic for football purists but pure joy for anyone who revels in sporting upsets For France Euro 2016 was an antidote to terror attacks and weeks of social unrest until the final Russian hooligans tested the hosts’ security forces but Irish Republic fans sang their way into the hearts of French police 24 teams 51 games 108 goals One new champion #EURO2016 pictwittercom/OZ4pQMGvUC — UEFA EURO 2016 (@UEFAEURO) 10 July 2016 Read | Portugal vs France Euro 2016 Final: Eder wonder goal helps Portugal beat France win Euro 2016 Expanded to 24 teams for the first time some had expressed fears that the little nations would not be up to it But Iceland Wales and Portugal answered UEFA’s prayers That winning moment Portugal celebrations at full time in the Paris Fan Zone #EURO2016 #POR pictwittercom/RAex2Eyt2b — UEFA EURO 2016 (@UEFAEURO) 10 July 2016 Iceland beat England 2-1 in the last 16 in one of the biggest shocks in football history Iceland scorer Ragnar Sigurdsson said England “panicked” English Football Association chief Martin Glenn could not understand why England are so “brittle” on the international stage Read More | Portugal vs France Euro 2016 Final: I asked God for another chance after 2004 says Cristiano Ronaldo Wales built around powerful Real Madrid forward Gareth Bale lost to England but still reached the semi-finals with determined entertaining football that swept aside Russia and Belgium with domineering 3-1 wins How #EURO2016 was won…#POR #PORFRAhttp://s.tco/bPGRZrvSAM — UEFA EURO 2016 (@UEFAEURO) 10 July 2016 It took the class of Cristiano Ronaldo to outgun his Real teammate in the last four Northern Ireland also put on a gutsy show to reach a quarter-final against Wales Also Read | Portugal vs France Euro 2016 Final: Losing to Cristiano Ronaldo again in a final sucks says Antoine Griezmann France and Portugal rode their luck in early games but there was no doubting they deserved their semi-final wins over Germany and Wales respectively Portugal started as 25-1 outsiders to win the tournament but pulled off the final glorious upset They lost Ronaldo who was stretchered off after 25 minutes and soaked up France’s pressure for 109 minutes before Eder powered a shot past France’s captain and goalkeeper Hugo Lloris Violent clashes at Paris fan zone; tear gas and water cannon usedhttp://s.tco/j10AUJvzN3 pictwittercom/hVhUW88jGe — Eurosport UK (@Eurosport_UK) 10 July 2016 Ronaldo produced one of the goals of the tournament with a sublime backheel against Hungary France’s Dimitri Payet also produced a spectacular shot in the opening game against Romania Xherdan Shaqiri’s scissors-kick goal for Switzerland against Poland could also be a candidate for goal of the tournament The 108 goals in 51 matches gave an average of 211 goals a game below the 245 of Euro 2012 and the 27 at the 2014 World Cup But there were records Ronaldo equalled French legend Michel Platini’s nine goals in Euro tournaments 2016 was meant to be the tournament of Paul Pogba Cristiano Ronaldo and maybe Thomas Mueller Germany’s Mueller top scorer at the 2014 World Cup did not have a goal to his name when Germany were stunned by two Antoine Griezmann goals on a hot night in Marseille Mueller returned home as one of the Euro failures Pogba scored once as France marched on the final but Griezmann produced repeat heroics to go into the final as the tournament’s top scorer on six goals The 25-year-old who has never played in the French league scored twice against Irish Republic and twice more in the 5-2 quarter-final win over Iceland For Griezmann however it was a second major final lost in a month after his Atletico Madrid lost to arch-rivals Real Madrid in the Champions League “It’s frustrating it sucks but that’s football” he said Fans from Iceland and both sides of the Irish border charmed everyone wherever they went in France but an old blight made an unwelcome return — hooligans The hours before the match between England and Russia in Marseille were mayhem with what a prosecutor said were “well-prepared” gangs of Russians attacking rowdy and drunk England fans in the Vieux Port district as bottles and teargas flew One England fan suffered brain injuries dozens more were hurt A Russian far-right sympathiser Alexander Shprygin was expelled from France over possible links to the violence then embarrassed French authorities by slipping back into the country The events have raised fears over Russia’s hosting of the 2018 World Cup On a happier note the “Viking army” from Iceland came armed with nothing more than plastic horned helmets and a sense of fun as their team exceeded all expectations Their single clap “Huh” celebration will live long in the memory Northern Ireland’s fans made “Will Grigg is on Fire” one of the tournament’s anthems even if Grigg did not play a single minute The Republic of Ireland’s fans won hearts by chanting “Stand Up for the French Police” serenaded girls in the crowd and in an incident which went viral collectively fixed a dent in the roof a car For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Divya Goyal | Ludhiana | Published: February 17 2016 2:11 am Related News THE Last day of the Congress’ first Scheduled Caste conclave was marked by dissent in Ludhiana on Tuesday with many workers taking to the stage and openly criticising the party for having done little for reserved categories “Congress has not given us the support that we need Look at the Akali Dal They have not only formed a separate SC Welfare Board but also support leaders from reserved categories and help them attain higher positions” a Congress worker said on stage as party campaigning committee in-charge Ambika Soni and Punjab affairs in-charge Shakeel Ahmad looked on Punjab Congress chief Captain Amarinder Singh was absent Share This Article Related Article The workers went on to quote examples in the Akali Dal as Soni asked her colleagues to let the workers vent their anger “Leaders like Charanjit Singh Atwal in the Akali Dal have risen It is because their party has supported them Here in the Congress whatever we do is on our own In our party whosoever has reached higher post is just because of his/her own efforts” a worker said Even Congress Legislature Party (CLP) leader Charanjit Singh Channi agreed “Tickets have been distributed in an inappropriate way Population of particular sub category will be kept in mind along with other factors before tickets are handed out this time” he said “We promise that at least one youth in each Dalit family will get a government job if we are voted to power in 2017” Sunil Jakhar meanwhile said the government has failed to release grants for even uniforms of school children “Rs 400 per uniform is already too little but this government has not even released that How can poor kids who are mostly Dalits buy winter uniform for Rs 100 The fight for Dalit rights will now be taken to the streets” Jakhar said ‘Anti-India slogans not acceptable’ Senior Congress leader Sunil Jakhar on Tuesday said the government cannot curb the right of expression but added that those who shout anti-India slogans should face the law Replying to a query on the JNU students’ protest Jakhar said: “Expressing dissent is not sedition It is true that the Congress was in power when Afzal Guru was hanged but we do not support sedition charges imposed on the students Congress will never support anything that is against our country” For all the latest Ludhiana News download Indian Express App More Related News was when he pitched in to help the canteen workers at his college, and they would rather face the severest of beatings than be banished to this yard. Even that’s not true since that (“Gangaajal”) was based on the Bhagalpur blinding, For them, He cited an extended metaphor of E.