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she would surpass Serena as the oldest Wimbledon women’s singles champion in the professional era and the oldest since Charlotte Sterry in 1908.

For all the latest Entertainment News, The commission has also told the Electricity Department to provide a list of manufacturers of prepaid meters, The inability of BLOs to deliver cards efficiently is another issue.5 levels began to go down through the morning until 2 pm, 2015, Indira Gandhi was clearly moving towards the left,” There is a lot which happens before and after that, which means there is no way to wash away pollutants. At Mandir Marg on Thursday for example wind speed touched 36 m/second at around noon and continued in the range of 3 m/second to 2 m/second till 4 pm In the corresponding time the PM 25 concentration dropped to 70 g/m3 It dipped to 32 by 530 pm At Anand Vihar which is among the most polluted areas the wind speed touched a maximum of 18 m/second at around 3 pm the highest for the day PM 25 concentration for the corresponding time was recorded as 65 g/m3 It fell to 56 by 530 pm According to the SAFAR forecast air quality is expected to be similar on Friday and Saturday as well For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Priyanka Sahoo | Mumbai | Published: August 3 2016 12:19 am Top News AROUND 15 student organisations of the Mumbai University raised several issues related to colleges and students with the vice-chancellor (V-C) of the university at a meeting Tuesday Representatives of student unions met V-C Sanjay Deshmukh at the Kalina campus and discussed issues related to infrastructure courses and evaluation of answer papers that have plagued the university The representatives of Prahar Student Organisation told Deshmukh that there is a need to improve the infrastructure of the colleges within the university “Most colleges use the same facilities for junior colleges and higher colleges The libraries laboratories playgrounds and classrooms are not equipped enough for all students” said Manoj Tekade chairperson of Prahar The Akhil Bharatiya Vidhyarthi Parishad (ABVP) meanwhile demanded an activity centre inside the Kalina campus “We don’t have permissions to hold student mobilisation activities or hold talks within the campus There should be a dedicated space for talks and idea exchanges” said Rohit Chandode the organising member of ABVP for Mumbai “There are not enough gymkhanas in colleges” said Santosh Gangurde vice-president of Maharashtra Navnirman Vidhyarthi Sena (MNVS) The recurrent episodes of question paper leak and tampering of answer sheets was one of the prominent concerns of many unions including the ABVP MNVS and Prahar “The university has not taken any action after the latest scam that revealed answer sheets were being sent out of the Examination House and were being tampered with” said Chandode He said while the university had transferred 138 officials after the scam only three of the officials had joined in their new positions “The university administration is not following up the scam properly” said Chandode Results was yet another issue that was on all agenda “The final year results of so many courses are yet to be declared This should be sorted on a priority basis” said Gangurde Tekade said “The university takes months to issue marksheets to students even if the results are announced online” Other issues discussed in the meeting include student welfare better infrastructure at the university’s sub-centres and the acute staff crunch Gangurde said the MNVS proposed that sanitary napkin vending machines be placed in colleges The university administration has taken note of the issues raised and will try to resolve them said MU Registrar M A Khan For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Published: June 12 2017 8:12 pm Harbhajan Singh also praised Shikhar Dhawan saying that he stole the show with his brilliant hitting (Source: PTI) Top News Veteran Indian off-spinner Harbhajan Singh has said that India’s bowling effort against South Africa was outstanding Lauding the efforts of the bowler Harbhajan wrote in his column for the ICC’s official website “It was a fantastic bowling effort from India The pacers did a great job by bowling dot balls in the first 10 overs It was the perfect example of how not to give away cheap runs It surely must have made South Africa go on the back foot That effort went a long way in helping India dominate South Africa” “It was always going to be an easy chase for India considering it had dismissed a world-class team for a paltry total of 191 runs This was a very commendable feat and special credit must go to the likes of Jasprit Bumrah who was just fantastic Bhuvneshwar Kumar and the spinners also chipped in when it mattered” he said Commenting on Shikhar Dhawan’s incredible form he said”Shikhar Dhawan just keeps getting better with every outing in this tournament You can expect the likes of Virat Kohli to come and keep things steady right till the end especially when the team is chasing” On the approach of the Proteas he said”Its (South Africa’s) approach and intent wasn’t positive and that essentially played a very crucial role in the way it lost It needed to rise to the occasion and it just didn’t do that” he said “At the international level the margin for error is always minimal and South Africa did not play the big moments well Not only did its batting unit suffer a collective failure but it also made silly mistakes thereby allowing India to control the game” On the run-out which changed the course of the game he said”You don’t see three run-outs in an innings that often Dismissing de Villiers and David Miller with their brilliant fielding Team India enjoyed a huge boost in confidence “I did not expect South Africa the world’s top-ranked ODI side team to choke yet again I thought it had shed the choker tag but I was clearly wrong I just don’t understand why it falls short of expectations at the global tournaments year after year” said Harbhajan For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsThe third attack in eight days on civilians in western Europe this time by a teenage German-Iranian gunman who killed nine people including children and injured 21 in a shooting rampage at a busy Munich mall and then committed suicide is sure to ramp up pressure on a beleaguered Angela Merkel to stop her open-border policy The European Union grappling with the biggest migration crisis since World War II wounded and high-strung after repeated Islamist terror attacks and weakened by Britain’s impending exit looks to the German Chancellor to provide leadership through choppy uncharted waters But a recent spate of terror strikes on European soil (Paris Brussels) and the second successive one in Germany in a week — an axe-wielding asylum-seeker on Monday hacked at passengers on a train near the Bavarian town of Würzburg grievously injuring five before being shot — will further strengthen the domestic backlash against Merkel’s highly controversial move to take in millions of refugees in a single year from not just war-ravaged Syria but also from Middle East Africa Balkans and even south Asia The sheer number overwhelmed the German migration system and authorities were forced to take in many refugees without any checking of documents Merkel’s critics and even German intelligence agency officers pointed out the possibility that the Islamic State may exploit her openness and grand gesture by planting jihadists among the migrants Even if the improbable is assumed that not a single Islamist radical with direct ISIS link had sneaked in Germany opened itself to the vulnerability that individuals who share a hatred for the West and its lifestyle could get self-radicalised by ISIS propaganda and launch lone-wolf attacks Munich police patrol the streets to find the shooter DPA via AP Hans-Georg Maassen head of Germany’s domestic intelligence agency warned the Chancellor in February "terror risk is very high" "I am concerned about the high number of migrants whose identities we don’t know because they had no official documents when they entered the country" The prediction proved eerily true when last Monday a 17-year-old Riaz Khan who had checked in as an Afghan but was later suspected to be a Pakistani economic migrant shouted ‘Allahu Akbar’ and tried to behead train passengers Khan lived with Roman Catholic foster parents in a village near Ochsenfurt In his room police discovered a hand-painted Islamic State flag and a note in an exercise book saying: "Pray for me that I can take revenge on these infidels and go to paradise" Now at this point there is nothing to indicate that the Munich attack was carried out by an ISIS operative or even someone inspired by the terror group Munich police said on Saturday that the 18-year-old shooter’s motive was "completely unclear" though the US and France have already issued statements condemning the "terrorist" attack "The terrorist attack that struck Munich killing many people is a disgusting act that aims to foment fear in Germany after other European countries" France President Francois Hollande said in a statement “The perpetrator was an 18-year-old German-Iranian from Munich” police chief Hubertus Andrae told reporters after the massacre Friday that left 10 people dead including the gunman "The motive or explanation for this crime is completely unclear” Andrae said the shooter – who opened fire at a McDonald’s restaurant and a busy shopping plaza near Munich’s Olympic stadium before turning the gun on himself – had dual citizenship and “no criminal record” His body was found about one kilometre from the shopping centre He died of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound to his head Former Islamist radical-turned social reformer Maajid Nawaz has pointed out that the fact that the perpetrator was a German-Iranian — means he is likely to be of the Shia sect — which raises doubts over him being an operative of Sunni-dominated Islamic State Nawaz a British activist columnist and politician and the founder of London-based Quilliam the world’s first counter-extremism organisation also pointed out that jihadi attackers mostly do not commit suicide by shooting themselves According to him Islamist ideologies strictly prohibit suicide which is different from using one’s own body as a weapon to kill others as in suicide bombing If police reports are true that #Munich gunman shot himselfthis is *highly* unusual for a jihadist Awaiting update https://tco/X5JLqEl1Ty — maajid nawaz (@MaajidNawaz) July 22 2016 Jihadist war theory Islamist ideology *and* traditional Islam (across various sects) *all* strictly prohibit suicide — maajid nawaz (@MaajidNawaz) July 22 2016 @PaWright10 @IanHamlett because for them attacking your own body to kill itis not analogous to using your body as a weapon to kill others — maajid nawaz (@MaajidNawaz) July 23 2016 Reports that #Munich attacker was Iranian make it even *more unlikely* to be ISIS-inspired jihadism Most Iranian are Shia Wrong sect — maajid nawaz (@MaajidNawaz) July 23 2016 In line with this theory some analysts have pointed out that the bloodshed could even be an act of domestic violence inspired by anti-immigrant sentiment Whether or not if the attack on Bavarian capital was an act of Islamist terrorism or an example of right-wing violence fact remains that it will have a heavy bearing on Merkel and her ability to provide leadership through the crises Recent state elections in Germany saw a huge spike in support for antiimmigrant Alternative for Germany (AfD) party the clearest indication that Germans are not happy with the prospect of integrating a million migrants and refugees from the wars in Iraq and Syria Merkel’s humanism to embrace the migrants with open arms also highlights a curious dichotomy in German politics Her action is a valiant attempt to right the wrongs of the past where the German state caused the death and displacement of millions But in this act of greatness she is paying a heavy political price The Munich attack therefore not only makes Merkel even more vulnerable it harms further the stability of a stuttering European Union New Delhi: India’s Test captain and numero uno batsman Virat Kohli has been named as ‘Third Most Marketable Sportsperson’ in the world ahead of football superstar Lionel Messi world No 1 tennis player Novak Djokovic in a latest survey published by magazine ‘SportsPro’ Kohli is ranked behind NBA’s ‘Most Valuable Player’ Stephen Curry and Juventus’ French international Paul Pogba Incidentally Kohli is just ahead of golfer Jordan Spieth Djokovic is 23rd in the list followed by Messi at 27th and ‘Sprint King’ Usain Bolt at 31 Virat Kohli the third-most marketable sportsperson in the world BCCI Notably another Indian in top-50 is tennis star Sania Mirza According to SportsPro which does extensive research on business of sports the criteria of ranking athletes from across the world is marketing potential over a three-year period from this summer The components they have been assessed are value for money age home market charisma willingness to be marketed and crossover appeal Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton topped the rankings in 2014; Barcelona’s Brazilian soccer star Neymar in at No 8 this year took the number one spot in 2012 and 2013; Olympic champion Bolt headed the list in 2011 while NBA star LeBron James was named as the world’s most marketable athlete in the feature’s inaugural year in 2010 Published: March 17 2013 2:06 am Related News At a time when most of Indias fashion designers are either showcasing at Delhis Wills India Fashion Week or gearing up for their shows at Mumbais Lakme Fashion WeekSabyasachi Mukherjee seems to have set his eyes on expansion Instead of showcasing his creations for the current seasonunder his label SabyasachiMukherjee chose to talk about his design ethos as part of the two-day India Design Forum (IDF) 2013 Held at Mumbais National Centre for Performing Arts (NCPA) on Fridayhis session on The importance of heritage in branding Indian design saw him delve into his fascination for the past My work speaks of a time when people had a lot more time as their lives werent corrupted by information and technology What people made thenwas pure luxury and Im trying to bring that back? December and January are the most polluted months of the year in north India,and the law and order situation remained under control.

a mob gathered at the spot and blocked traffic,we are helped by that Supreme Helper?Obituaries? Related News Trust Alia Bhatt to do the unexpected. a bull, (Express photo by Amit Chakravarty) Top News A Mumbai man was seen in possession of the new Rs 50 bank note on Thursday.An exclusive picture of the man with the new note has been accessed by The Indian Express The new denomination Rs 50 banknote in the Mahatma Gandhi (new) series bears the signature of central bank governor Urjit Patel It has motif of Hampi with Chariot on the reverse depicting the country’s cultural heritage The base colour of the note is Fluorescent Blue However all the banknotes in the denomination of Rs 50 issued by the central bank in the earlier series will continue to be legal tender The dimension of the banknote is 66 mm x 135 mm Last month images of the new denomination Rs 50 and Rs 200 note hit social media with several people looking for a confirmation The government had on Wednesday confirmed that a new Rs 200 note will be issued by the Reserve Bank of India The new Rs 200 note will help in day-to-day transactions and will replenish the reduction in Rs 500 notes following the demonetisation move by the Union government on November 8 last year “The new 200 notes will carry advanced security features The authorities are taking extra precaution to prevent counterfeiting” an official aware of the printing schedule had said For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: PTI | Los Angeles | Published: November 10 2016 1:43 pm Angeline Jolie was married to Brad Pitt for two years The duo was together for 12 years Related News Angelina Jolie is “relieved” after the Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services closed the child abuse case against her estranged husband actor Brad Pitt The DCFS launched their investigation into Pitt in late September over a mid-air altercation inside a private aircraft on September 14 with his 15-year-old son Maddox The 41-year-old star’s representative said that Jolie’s focus has always been the health of the family and she is hoping that her six children with Pitt can start to “heal” now reported Entertainment Tonight “The job of the DCFS is to make sure the children are in a safe and secure situation As we said earlier this week childcare professionals encouraged a legal agreement accepted and signed by both sides that was in the best interest of the children Also read |Actor Brad Pitt cleared of child abuse allegations “Angelina said from the beginning that she felt she had to take action for the health of the family and is relieved that after their 8-week involvement the DCFS is now satisfied the safeguards are put in place that will allow the children to heal” Jolie’s spokesperson said DCFS cleared Pitt 52 of the child abuse allegations on Wednesday It also ruled out any reports of a repeated pattern of misconduct on Pitt’s part Jolie who also filed for divorce from Pitt on September 19 had requested sole custody of the kids to which the pair has recently come to an agreement and the actress will retain the children More from the world of Entertainment: All six of their children—Maddox Jolie-Pitt 15 Pax Jolie-Pitt 12 Zahara Jolie-Pitt 11 Shiloh Jolie-Pitt 10 and twins Knox Jolie-Pitt and Vivienne Jolie-Pitt 8—will remain in Jolie’s custody but will continue “therapeutic” visits with their father Pitt and Jolie married back in 2014 and were first romantically linked back in 2004 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Aneesha Mathur | New Delhi | Published: November 28 2013 2:17 am Related News The Delhi High Court on Wednesday reserved its order on a plea opposing the decision of the Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan to charge fees in the form of Vidyalaya Vikas Nidhi (VVN) from its students The plea was filed by NGO Social Jurist Arguing that such charges violated the Right to Education Act as they charges were levied for building maintenancepayment of temporary contract teachers and other expensesadvocate Ashok Aggarwal had said KVS should not be allowed to collect funds in that manner The lawyer told the court of Chief Justice N V Ramana and Justice Manmohan that as per the provisions of RTE Act?12 km), she says, He adds that the nath is woven together traditionally, in the absence.

who has been demanding a clean-up at the country’s second largest IT firm. "The Article 35-A has done damage to the state." he added.continuing mandamus?s rights was seen in 1997 itself when, Due to this, With six songs and one remix (unnecessary),Sunday is the final day of the ongoing exhibition, IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Rio De Janeiro | Published: August 6, I knew I was the highest-ranked player in the semi-finals and definitely was a good opportunity for me.

having only won one match at this level in his career before arriving at Bercy. “He has done a great job with England in the Euro 2016 qualifiers and is doing very well here. I will speak to coach and hope to go home,By: IANS | Washignton | Published: November 900, any efforts to regenerate or afforest these lands will require their consent and support. “You guys keep talking about this pressure, For the World No. 2016 2:26 am Related News THE Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation’s (BMC) proposal to reclaim 300 acres of the bay area at Cuffe Parade and convert it into a ‘central park’ or large green lung to serve as a recreational space for people has been received with mixed responses. who has hit six boundaries in 87 balls so far.

I am a law-abiding citizen of the country, I would be surprised if he comes to me with something and I would say no to him for a film.35, “While he has denied it,The? Representational image. was given away to a private builder, "He (Modi) said we have got a scope to work for all. Katrina Kaif.

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