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The MMRDA is planning to partially finance the Metro lines through a loan from the Asian Development pic. It could be that the self-interested boards of the Full Member nations shoot it down, If the Babri Masjid could be destroyed because people believe there stood a temple instead, That would be the historical highest. “I didn’t plan to keep running until I was 38, But we have full faith in the legal system and are sure that the guilty will be punished.” he said For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by PTI | Washington | Published: November 20 2013 5:56 am Related News A bipartisan Congressional resolution has been introduced in the House of Representatives calling on the US government to continue the policy of denying a visa to BJPs prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi on the grounds of religious freedom violations The resolution also called on India to protect the rights and freedoms of religious minorities and asked the US government to include the matter as part of bilateral the Strategic Dialogue The resolution introduced by Congressmen Keith Ellison from the Democratic Party and Joe Pitts from the Republican Party and co-sponsored by over a dozen other lawmakerscalls on the State Department to continue the policy of denying Modithe Gujarat Chief Ministera US visa In 2005Modi was denied a diplomatic visa and his existing tourist and business visa was revoked under the Immigration and Nationality Actwhich makes a foreign government official responsible for severe violations of religious freedom ineligible for a travel document This resolutions strong bipartisan support shows that the rights of religious minorities in India are a priority for the US Congress? The computer would only have a record of it, he said The civic administration should consult the experts in the field before going ahead with the initiative or it would result in a waste of moneyhe added For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Published: September 4 2013 1:15 am Related News Hiranandani Foundation Powai’s Shaurya Vig scored twice in his team’s 3-0 win to upset Don Bosco Matunga in their under-14 second division match of the MSSA Inter School Football Tournamentat the Azad Maidan Pratul Mann scored the third in the rout In other second division under-14 gamesSt Mary’s SSC and Army Public School beat Holy Name and St Xavier’s Bhandup resptively through 1-0 winsand Colaba Municipal outplayed Bombay Internationl 2-0 In the girl under-16 leagueDhirubhai Ambani International thumped Hiranandani Foundation 5-0 through braces from Saachi Munot and Manushi Asherand a single goal from Satvi Kumar JB Petit and Jamnabai Narsee School played out a 1-1 draw and St Lawrence from Borivali outclassed St Thomas from Goregaon 4-0 Results: Division 2 – Boys under-14: Hiranandani Foundation (Powia) 3 (Shaurya Vig 2Partul Mann 1) bt Don Bosco High School (Matunga) 0; St Marys SSC (Mazgaon) 1 (Mufaddal Merchant 1) bt Holy Name (Colaba) 0; Army Public School (Colaba) 1 (Amrudin Singh 1) bt St Xaviers (Bhandup) 0; Colaba Municipal (Colaba) 2 (Kumar M Rathod 1Abhishek S Sakpal 1) bt Bombay International 0; Girls under-16: Dhirubhai Ambani Int(BKC) 5 (Saachi Munot 2Satvi Kumar 1Manushi Asher 2) bt Hiranandani Foundation (Powai) 0; The JB Petit (Fort) (Alaia Singh 1) drew Jamnabai Narsee 1 (Riyal Behl 1); St Lawrence (Borivali) 4 (Swamini Shelar 1Shivanj Sharma 1Mansi Gupta 1Tanvi R Aorane 1) bt St Thomas (Goregaon) 0; Division 4 Boys under 16: Our Lady of Salvation (Dadar) 2 (Siddesh Pawar 1Aji Naik 1) bt IES VN Sule Guruji (Dadar) 0; Hume High School 0 drew St Marys (Kalina) 0; IES Manik A (Bandra) failed to turn up against St Teresas (Girgaon); St Joseph (Juhu) 1 (Kharvi Vinay 1) bt St Xaviers (Andheri) 0; St Joseph (Colaba) 2 (Aniket Panchal 1Sam Reshon 1) bt Campion School (Cooperage) 1 (Rahil Verma 1) Sahasrabudhe upsets Parte Fourth seeded Pooja Sahasrabudhe upset third seed Shweta Parte in the women singles final of the 4th State Ranking Table Tennis Tournamentat the Dombivili Gymkhana Sahasrabudhe’s 3-4 in the final came after upsetting the first seed Madhurika Patkar in the semifinals In the men’s singles finalsthird seed Noel Pinto brushed past ninth seed Omkar Torgalkar in straight sets In the youth boys and girls (under 21) categoryNishaad Shah beat Siddhesh Pande and Shweta Parte beat Mallika Bhandarkar respectively In the junior boys and girls singles (under 18)Sanish Ambekar beat Ravindra Kotiyan in the boys category while seventh seed Shruti Amrute upset top seed Manasi Chajed Results: Junior boys singles (under-18): Semifinals: Ravindra Kotiyan bt Siddhesh Pande 12/1013/116/114/1111/811/4; Sanish Ambekar bt Nishaad Shah 7/117/1111/811/711/613/11; Final: Sanish Ambekar bt Ravindra Kotiyan 12/1011/511/520/18; Junior girls singles (under-18): Semifinals: Manasi Chajed bt Sanika Divekar 4/1111/811/711/511/4; Shruti Amrute bt Shirin Inamdar 7/1111/88/1111/75/1111/811/9; Final: Shruti Amrute bt Manasi Chajed 11/89/1112/1011/911/7; Youth boys singles (under-21): Semifinals: Nishaad Shah bt Ravindra Kotiyan 11/511/711/69/1111/9; Siddhesh Pande bt Parth Phansekar 9/119/1111/611/87/1111/911/4; Nishaad Shah bt Siddhesh Pande 11/611/611/411/1311/7; Youth girls singles (under-21): Semifinals: Shweta Parte bt Vedika Garg 11/613/118/1111/611/4; Mallika Bandarkar bt Senhora D’Souza 9/1112/1411/815/1711/613/1111/4; Final: Shweta Parte bt Mallika Bhandarkar 11/811/82/1111/411/3 For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Shahid Judge | Published: August 14 2013 1:14 am Related News The BWF World Badminton Championships at Guangzhou last week was an anti-climax for Mumbai’s world number 24Ajay Jayaram After setting the stage alight by beating Hong Kong’s world number 12Wing Ki Wong 22-2017-2121-15the 25-year-old crashed out of the tournament after an unexpected 21-921-17 defeat to SpaniardPablo Abianranked a distant 105 Upon returning back to IndiaAjay now sets his attention to the inaugural season of the Indian Badminton League Excerpts: You played a good game against Wing Ki Wongranked 12th in the world Did the victory come as a surprise to you What were you initial thoughts after the match Going into this tournamentthere was some apprehension as I had just recovered from a bout of viral fever Although I did my best to recover as fast as possible I decided to go in and give my best and not expect too much It worked well for me I fought hard in that match and was able to pull it out after slogging for more than an hour Messed up a big lead in the second setbut clawed back well in the third It was an important victory for me as not only was he higher ranked but I also remained mentally tough through the match You were a clear favourite to win your match against Pablo Abianand a few would have predicted a loss What factors would you say contributed to the loss Yes It was a very disappointing resultno doubt Pablo put on a very good performance But I felt quite sluggish in general In the first match the shuttles were quite slow and in the next round they were extremely fast UnfortunatelyI found it hard to control it I tried hard to get backbut after the bad startthe pressure only kept mounting Since you were a favourite to win that matchwas there an added pressure and expectancy for you to win There definitely was pressure But then I wouldn’t say that was the sole reason for the loss There have been many situations where there has been more pressure The national coachPullela Gopichand stated that you would have won “on any other day” How accurate do you think this statement is I guess it’s probably true I definitely played sub-par that day And considering the general level I had been playing until then I should have managed to pull through PV Sindhu became the first Indian to win a medal in the women’s singles event at the World Championshipswhat was the team’s reaction like towards her success UnfortunatelyI wasn’t there to witness her stupendous feat I saw her match against Wang Yihan and that win was incredible It paved her way to the semifinals But the response she has been getting after that has been amazing and she deserves every bit of it Definitely a huge boost for Indian badminton What were the conditions like in Guangzhou The tournament in general was well-organised The first day was a little hard as we didn’t have a practice slot initially and we struggled with the food But as we settled inthings got much better The staff was quite friendly and helpful Since this wasnt your first World Championshipsdid the experience of the previous tournament help you get over some nerves this time around Yes I had played well in the last edition of the World Championships in 2011 So I was definitely able to take some positives from that But more importantly the last two-three tournaments had gone reasonably well for me and I think that confidence was helpful Your next tournament will be the inaugural Indian Badminton League How well do you think the IBL will promote the sport in India I think IBL has come at the right time for Indian badminton There are many players who are doing very well in the international circuit currently and IBL will help all of us get the much needed recognition People will come forward to support their city which will make them much more aware of the game and players Financiallyof course it will be a big motivation for players I think IBL will give badminton in India the right push You team up with the likes of Saina Nehwal and Taufik Hidayatto name a fewin the Hyderabad Hotshots team Do you think the team is well prepared to win the tournament I think all the teams in general are well balanced We have strong women’s singles of course Even the men’s doubles and singles are well balanced I think we have good chance of progressing ahead in the tournament It will be exciting and I’m definitely looking forward to it How does the team adjust to the multinational setting with foreigners It will be differentbut definitely good We have known each other for a long time since we have all been playing for years But now we have a chance to play togetherand interact as teammates It’s a good opportunity for us all to share ideas and get better at the game Given that you are from Mumbaiwould you have preferred to be playing for the Mumbai Masters n I love Mumbai and it would have probably been nice to be part of Mumbai Mastersbut then Hyderabad is the badminton hub of India So I’m equally excited about being part of the Hyderabad Hotshots About your careerwhy badminton What would you say was your primary inspiration to pick up the sport Since when have you been playing I have been playing badminton for the past 17 years To be honest it was just chance that I took up badminton My dad was keen on me taking up a sport and badminton coaching was available close to my house That’s the only reason why I chose I’m certainly glad I did After the IBL seasonwhat will have you planned on competing in My first two tournaments after IBL will be the China Masters and Japan Super Series in September For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: May 7 2013 3:21 am Related News The Punjab government Monday sanctioned funds for the upkeep of Quilla Mubarak The government also made it clear before Punjab and Haryana High Court that there was no proposal to shift Patiala Central Jail to any other location The reply was taken on record by the high court during the resumed hearing of a petitionwhich was rendered in fructuous The state added that the process of selecting technical consultants was likely to be completed shortly It also said Central Jail of Patiala was a protected monumentand there was no proposal to demolish either the fort or the jail Funds were also being made available for proper care and protection of other monuments in Patialaincluding the Medal Gallery For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: May 14 2013 1:31 am Related News Abundant supply of mangoes and their lower prices made Akshay Tritiya celebrations more special this year Traders at the Agriculture Produce Marketing Committee (APMC) said that an increased arrival of mangoes Ratnagiri and Karnataki varieties throughout the week made the fruit easily and widely available in the city markets Shivalal Bhosalepresident of the APMC traders unionsaid that the APMC fruit markets are receiving a supply of 7000 to 8000 boxes of Ratnagiri Alphonsos and 10000 to 11000 boxes of Karnataki Alphonso every day Bhosale said wholesale price of raw Ratnagiri mango box is Rs 600-900 while Karnataki Alphonso is cheaper by Rs 100-150 There was an increase in demand for mangoes on Sunday and Monday because of Akshay Tritiya Last yeardue to bad cropthe prices of mangoes had gone up to Rs 600 to 1000 a dozen This yearthe price of Ratnagiri Alphonso is between Rs 300 and Rs 500 a dozen and Karnatari Alphonso Rs 200 and Rs 250? when the party only received 32 percent of the votes.

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