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@rogerfederer — R SRIDHAR (@coach_rsridhar) 6 July 2016 Que grande Roger! A time when India? Do we want a more efficient system where everyone wins? and ? download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Swati Mahajan | Panchkula | Published: May 11,the importance of clamping down on violent extremist groups, do little to encapsulate the anguish of three losses in the finals of big tournaments, The two have said they have done chain snatching in Hadapsar and some places in Pune rural jurisdiction. For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWashington: Donald Trump has hit back at Barack Obama for terming him unfit for presidency saying the"terrible president" would go down as the worst in American history Republican Photo: AP "Well he’s a terrible president He’ll probably go down as the worst president in the history of our country he’s been a total disaster" Trump told Sinclair Broadcast group in an interview on Tuesday "You look at what happens in the Middle East in Syria and his line in the sand I think it just means he’s concerned I’m going to win" he claimed "Don’t forget last time he said I would never get the nomination now he is saying I wouldn’t get the election now all of a sudden he said the other day maybe I can win the election no I guess he probably has to say that kind of thing" Trump said when asked about Obama’s statement "I think the Republican nominee is unfit to serve as president I said so last week and he keeps on proving it" Obama told reporters at a joint news conference with the Singapore Prime Minister Trump reiterated his stand and said he does not regret having criticised the parents of a slain Pakistani-origin American Muslim soldier Humayun Khan who was killed by a suicide bomber in Iraq in 2004 "I don’t regret anything I said nice things about the son and I feel that very strongly but of course I was hit very hard from the stage and you know it’s just one of those things but no I don’t regret anything" he said Trump’s own party leaders have come out openly against the Republican presidential nominee for being critical of family members of the soldier He also did not had regret calling his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton as a devil "No I don’t think so I think it is what it is She’s a very deceitful person she lies she cheats no I don’t think that’s too far at all" he said He maintained his belief that the upcoming presidential election is rigged "I’m talking about at the voter booth I mean we’ve seen a lot of things over the years and now without the voter ID’s and all the things going on and some bad court cases have come down" Trump said "I just hear things and I just feel it and I felt it having to do with the primaries I looked at Bernie Sanders I said ‘he isn’t going to win" "I thought this whole thing was rigged and I think the general election is gonna be we’re gonna have a lot of problems we have to be very careful" Trump said During the interview Trump refused to entertain the challenge posed to him by Warren Buffet on revealing his tax returns saying he does not know Warren Buffet and has never met him By: Indo-Asian News Service | Mumbai | Published: May 28 2015 3:12 pm Pratyusha Banerjee will play a rich businessman’s daughter named Parinda (Source: IANS) Related News TV actress Pratyusha Banerjee who found popularity via “Balika Vadhu” has now landed a role in new show “Gulmohar Grand” She will play a rich businessman’s daughter named Parinda Her character will be seen as a guest in a hotel named “Gulmohar Grand” where her marriage is due to be held “Here I’m playing the character of girl who has come to the hotel with her parents and relatives who are forcing her to get married Since it’s against her wishes she runs away” Pratyusha told IANS about her role in the new show on TV channel Star Plus The actress says her role is very different from what she has done in the past “The audience will get to see a lot of quality work which is not seen in normal daily soaps” added the 23-year-old who will be seen as a bride-to-be “Gulmohar Grand” is a mini series where each episode is a story in itself The cast consists of actors like Gaurav Chopra Aakanksha Singh and Deven Bhojani For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Sweta Dutta | Delhi | Published: February 15 2016 2:53 am With the geographical boundaries of 3000 mohalla sabhas charted out and estimates being worked out Kejriwal Sunday claimed his promise of ‘swaraj’ will soonbe fulfilled Express photo Related News While Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal might have reconciled to the fact that the Swaraj Bill will continue to be a distant dream anticipating roadblocks at the Centre his government and party maintain that the concept of Swaraj is being implemented “piecemeal” and in “doable portions” With the geographical boundaries of 3000 mohalla sabhas charted out and estimates being worked out Kejriwal Sunday claimed his promise of “swaraj” will soon be fulfilled Share This Article Related Article After pulling out of the 49-day government in 2014 the AAP had first promised “swaraj” to the Delhi voter It announced that the MLA Local Area Development funds had been received and all MLAs would hold mohalla sabhas to decide their allocation In 27 assembly constituencies the respective MLAs held 800 mohalla sabhas in the summer of 2014 The party has since believed that the resounding victory last year — where 67 of the 70 seats were bagged by the AAP — was a vote in favour of its promise of “swaraj” Soon after it came to power this year the AAP government laid out its swaraj budget and handpicked 11 constituencies from each of the 11 revenue districts for a pilot project An allocation of Rs 20 crore was made for each constituency amounting to Rs 220 crore works for which is likely to be completed by the end of this financial year Though state government officials said an estimate of the spending under this head is yet to be made the allocated fund is most likely to be used up entirely The AAP government now aims to widen the base of its swaraj budget and bring in all 70 constituencies with an allocation of Rs 1400 crore for people’s decision-making “The Swaraj Bill entailed handing over local assets to the local bodies Ideally the mohalla sabhas were to elect their own representatives and take over the assets while governing at the local level but multiplicity authorities will never let that happen It is only when the AAP is in power at all three tiers of governance — municipal state and Centre — will it be able to implement the Bill and bring about such a drastic change” said a senior party functionary Dilip Pandey convener Delhi unit explained “We are no longer looking at bringing in the bill It is bound to get stuck at the Centre So we have worked a way around it and are bringing in mohalla sabhas and empowering them to decide their own spending The budgetary allocations will be made accordingly That in itself serves the larger purpose” For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express AppLondon (United Kingdom):Jamaican sprint legend Usain Bolt labelled himself the underdog as he seeks to round off his glittering individual track career with the defence of his world 100m title this week "That’s what I keep reading and what my team keeps telling me so I’ve got to prove myself again" the 30-year-old said in a warning to his competitorsin the blue riband event of the IAAF World Championships Bolt started this season in sluggish form running two 10sec-plus times before finally hitting some form at the Monaco Diamond League "The last race I ran was 995sec which shows I’m going in the right direction" he said "It’s a championships and the two rounds always help me I’ve been here many times It’s go-time so let’s go" He added: "Usain Bolt has retired unbeaten in an individual event unbeatable unstoppable —for me that would be the best headline "If I show up at a championships you know I’m fully confident and ready to go and my coach I’m ready to go" Bolt refused to single out who would be his closest rival for the 100m with heats on Friday before the semi-final and final on Saturday at the same stadium in east London where he won treble gold at the 2012 Olympics "The seven people who are going to be in that race with me they’re the biggest challengers" he said Bolt has dominated sprinting since taking double individual gold at the Beijing Olympics in 2008 going on to win a further six Olympic golds and also picking up 11 world titles He also holds world records of 958 and 1919sec in the 100 and 200m both set when winning at the 2009 Berlin worlds Bolt admitted that he hoped his records would last "I want to brag to my kids when they’re 15 that I’m still the best" he joked 200m in 2008 the best In a glitzy press conference organised by his long-term sponsors Puma and hosted by Welsh ex-hurdler Colin Jackson Bolt picked out his then-world record breaking victory in the 200m at the Beijing Olympics in 2008 as the stand-out performance of his career "It’s definitely Beijing (Olympics) the 200m because I never knew I could break the world record" he said "That was my main dream growing up —I always wanted to be Olympic 200m champion When I broke the record I didn’t know how to react" And he insisted that motivation was not lacking despite having devoted his life to the track since the age of 10 "Every year you find something else to motivate you" he said "I love competition I thrive on competition and I want people to run fast to push me "I’m comfortable saying I’m a legend because I’ve proved myself "I didn’t know I would be 100m world record holder growing up I had no idea "Anything’s possible you’ve just got to put it in your head and work for it There are no words to explain what I’ve done over the years and I’m really proud of myself" Sprinting has been mired by doping over the years and track and field’s governing body the IAAF has been on the back foot over widespread state-sponsored doping in Russia whose athletes were barred from the Rio Olympics and will also miss London although some have been cleared to compete as neutrals But Bolt insisted the sport was on the right path "You can’t be happy about doping but we’re doing a better job and are catching up and if you cheat you will get caught" he said "After the scandal on Russia it doesn’t get any worse than that It’s on its way back up now "Hopefully athletes will see what they need to do to make the sport go forward" Written by Shivani Yadav | Chandigarh | Published: October 17 2012 2:04 am Related News The proposal is aimed at developing life skills in these children and integrating them within society by means of employment and to make them economically independent Skill based pre-vocational training has been proposed to be imparted in government schools for children with special needs (CWSN) as a pilot project at the five school resource centres here from the upcoming academic session Aimed at developing life skills within these childrenthe proposal is directed at integrating them within the society by means of employment and to make them economically independent In a first at the elementary levelwe are planning to provide skill based training to the differently abled students presently enrolled in schools across the city This is being done to initiate a beginning towards ensuring greater employability for them at later stages of life? as a "paranoid schizophrenic" and using lurid sexual language to take shots at Trump strategist Steve Bannon."The president firmly felt that Anthony’s comments were inappropriate for a person in that position" said White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders Sanders added that everyone in the West Wing — including Scaramucci — reported to Kelly a return to tradition for a White House that has been anything but? Abhishek Bachchan who too was present at the launch said that he too wanted both Hrithik and Kangana to end their war.

Revenue Minister E Chandrasekahran claimed that “action against encroachment in Munnar will continue”. Marsh’s resignation was announced only hours after Cricket Australia (CA) boss James Sutherland backed the 59-year-old to stay on board until his planned departure. 45, The penalty was awarded after stopper Joseph Clemente brought down Norde in the box.

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