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Photos: Pavan Khengre Related News UNION DEFENCE Minister Manohar Parrikar held a series of meetings with officials of the Airports Authority of India (AAI), two bottom placed teams in Kings XI Punjab and Royal Challengers Bangalore lock horns in Mohali on Monday,twitter.s Body to make so much money, Fox said flatly But I was doubtful The movie is about a man-eatingcannibalistic lesbian cheerleaderand that pretty much eliminates middle America Its obviously a girl-power moviebut its also about how scary girls are Girls can be a nightmare? "School authorities will be shortlisting the names of the students which will be forwarded to the education department,better human beings?opportunities for forging lifelong friendships? The Best Swimmer in the Under-19 (Boys) category went to Bobby Rana of Modern SchoolBarakhamba Roadand the Best Swimmer Under-19 (Girls) was bagged by Anjali Nair of the same school In the Under-17 (Boys) categoryHarsh Yadav of DPSR K Purambagged the Best Swimmer prize with five new meet records In the overall tallythe Second runners up (Boys & girls) was DPS R K Puram with 437 points The overall runners up for both categories was Modern SchoolBarakhamba Road with 456 points and the overall winners (Boys & Girls) of the Championship was Motilal Nehru School of SportsRaiSonepat For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: November 3 2012 3:55 am Related News The horticulture by-laws that were approved last year by the Municipal Corporation have still not been notified The Environment and City Beautification Committee in a meeting held on Friday took note of this and asked for the notification to be done The committee had prepared the bylaws last year that listed out the dos and donts for green belts and parks Parking of vehicles in the parks will invite a fine Parks in the sectors were to be identified for the kind of activity that could be undertaken The parks where children could play were also to be identified Howeverthe bylaws that were approved by the civic body and sent to the UT Administration for notification are lying in cold storage The committee members held a discussion on the need to notify the bylaws The Municipal Corporation is all set to hold another chrysanthemum show in the coming days for which funds were sanctioned The chrysanthemum show is an annual feature that is held at the Terraced GardenSector 33 The issue of pruning of trees in the city was raised The committee members highlighted the need for hiring more drivers since tractors have been boughtbut these had no drivers The contract period for the gardeners working in the green belts is six months after which it is renewed It was recommended that the contract should be for at least a year For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Shahid Judge | Mumbai | Updated: June 9 2017 9:29 am It is believed that even AIFF president Praful Patel is in favour of conducting the two leagues together Top News The All India Football Federation (AIFF) has said players want the Indian Super League (ISL) and I-League to be held simultaneously It is believed that even AIFF president Praful Patel is in favour of conducting the two leagues together Both the leagues are likely to run simultaneously for five months AIFF general secretary Kushal Das said Football Players Association of India (FPAI) conducted a survey in which they have expressed their desire to play parallel leagues The details of the survey was presented by FPAI president Renedy Singh and former head Baichung Bhutia during the high-profile meeting with FIFA and Asian Football Confederation (AFC) on Wednesday The AIFF’s executive committee met again in Mumbai on Thursday but the status of the domestic structure remained ambiguous as ever However Das hinted that as a short-term solution the ISL and I-League could be played together “Players have a very clear view That was expressed in the meeting yesterday (Wednesday) The players have said very categorically Baichung and Renedy showed us that through their survey that they would like to play parallel leagues” Das said after the executive committee meeting India captain Sunil Chhetri said it would help in generating more employment for the players “I don’t mind two leagues being held separate and at the same time as more players will get to play and will not be idle” Chhetri was quoted as saying by PTI “If something like that does go ahead the good thing would mean 10 teams in I League 10 teams in ISL you have 20 teams playing That’s a good thing We are talking about so many players getting employed somewhere” he added Till last season the ISL was held from October to December followed by I-League from January to May According to the new proposal I-League and ISL will be played together To keep I-League as the premier tournament its winners will be given an AFC Champions League (ACL) playoff spot while ISL champions will be awarded AFC Cup playoff berth This will only be a temporary solution although Das said he ‘did not know’ what the eventual short-term plan will be Patel will meet I-League club officials in Delhi on Saturday where he is likely to take a final call on this season For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Bengaluru | Updated: March 6 2017 12:02 am Steve Waugh believes Virat Kohli and other Indian batsmen are being too defensive against Nathan Lyon and Steve O’Keefe (Source: Reuters) Top News Former Australian batsman and current national selector Mark Waugh feels India skipper Virat Kohli is suffering from a “brain fade” and said his “thinking negatively” is rubbing off to his teammates Kohli was dismissed for the second time in a row while shouldering arms with off-spinner Nathan Lyon trapping him infront of wicket “That’s a brain fade” Waugh told Fox Sports “I know the ball before bounced and hit him on the thigh-pad and he’s a bit worried about those two men on the leg side but that’s bread-and-butter for an Indian batsman a class player You just tuck that off the hip” Waugh said Kohli was playing exactly in a manner which he shouldn’t play and it is affecting his team “It was very un-Kohli like He made a point of saying ‘we need to play with much more intent in this game’ but he’s been the prime example of not actually doing that” he said “He’s just thinking negatively because there’s men around the bat He’s thinking if it bounces he might get an inside edge As a batsman you can’t think like that “He can hit that ball in his sleep for runs He’s obviously thinking is a little bit negatively and that’s rubbed off on a few of his teammates” Waugh believes India’s batsmen are being too defensive against Lyon and Steve O’Keefe “In between those dismissals you don’t see the balls where one is sort of skidding and another is sort of standing up off the pitch So there’s a bit of mental disintegration in between those balls” Waugh said “This pitch to me it’s not as bad as Pune but it’s got that natural inconsistent pace and bounce in it – you see some balls turning some keeping low “I don’t think it’s a great batting wicket it’s disconcerting for the batsmen” he added For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsAfghanistan:Taliban insurgents have killed at least 20 Afghan civilians after abducting them in the remote central province of Ghor the previous day officials said Wednesday Afghan security forces Reuters The slain civilians were from a group of 33 taken by the militants near the provincial capital of Ferozkoh according to Ziauddin Saqib the deputy provincial police chief The abductions took place while battles were underway between the Taliban and Afghan security forces on Tuesday that saw two militant commanders killed he added Both commanders were infamous figures in Ghor and were involved in many anti-government activities Saqib also said adding that the "cowardly insurgents killed innocent civilians in revenge for their commanders killed by security forces" There was no immediate statement from the Taliban on the incident in the largely lawless Ghor However Abdul Hai Khateby the spokesman for the provincial governor said he is convinced the militants behind the attacks and abductions were a renegade Taliban group that had sworn allegiance last year to Afghanistan’s Islamic State affiliate "The group is former Taliban who just a year ago announced their support to their Islamic State group and changed their white flag to black" Khateby told The Associated Press speaking over the telephone from Ghor The two different statements could not immediately be reconciled Khateby also said he believed the abductions and killings were in revenge for the deaths of the two commanders The civilians who were abducted are all poor people from the area mainly villagers and shepherds and there were even children among those taken said Khateby Ghor is one of Afghanistan’s poorest and least developed provinces with many areas outside Ferozkoh the provincial capital believed to be under Taliban control The Taliban have in recent months stepped up attacks across Afghanistan taking advantage of the warm weather to wage war against the Kabul government Many civilians have been caught in the cross-fire and also targeted by roadside bombs which are among the insurgents’ weapons of choice Recently the Taliban have attacked Afghan security forces in northern Kunduz province briefly taking control of a district headquarters The militants have also overrun a district in northern Baghlan province and in eastern Paktia province Meanwhile in eastern Nangarhar province Taliban militants have fought pitched battles with security forces Afghanistan’s Ministry of Defense says its forces are waging operations in 15 provinces In July Kabul was shaken by a massive suicide bombing that struck a peaceful rally by Afghanistan’s minority ethnic Hazara community killing more than 80 people and wounding hundreds That attack was claimed by the Islamic State group which emerged last year in Afghanistan as an affiliate of the militant group fighting in Iraq and Syria Analysts believe the Islamic State affiliate in the country is mostly made up of disenfranchised Taliban fighters The Hazara attack was the IS Afghan branch’s first assault in the country’s capital and the deadliest attack in Kabul since the US-led invasion to oust the Taliban regime in 2001 "I can’t believe it. download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Published: February 25, was the obvious replacement.

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The Union government would provide the buses to the civic body under a central scheme. No government can ignore structural problems in the financial sector, For all the latest Sports News, he gives a lot of energy and he wants to play, along with pants and stand-alone jackets. is too vague. realised that she needed a strong symbol to support her protest against “the assault that’s been launched on women’s rights”. download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Pune | Published: October 12,s separatist movement takes will depend on how New Delhi reacts to Geelani. His baby face was topped by a schoolboyish mop.

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