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“The extra activities help improve the mindset of the staff .” Pakistan keeper Amjad Ali has been at the forefront of a much improved defence while India missed a plethora of chances against Malaysia.

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There is no use speaking on the same subject again and again, said Pawar as he rushed towards his vehicle For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi: Sport and politics should not be mixed in an ideal world but in reality it can’t happen in certain cases feels champion shooter Abhinav Bindra amid heightened tensions between India and Pakistan in the wake of Uri terror attack "At the end of the day it is the decision of the government It takes the final call on whether a team can play (against Pakistan) and that call has to be respected" Bindra told PTIon Saturday So does he feel that politics and sport should be kept separate "It is a very difficult question One would hope for that to happen (that sport and politics is not mixed) It is a nice thought it should be separated because that is the Olympic values as well that sport should be free from politics But today in reality it doesn’t happen sometimes One has to take a call from situation to situation and the government’s decision has to be respected" said India’s only individual Olympic gold medallist File photo of Abhinav Bindra PTI The Indian government has stepped up its efforts to isolate Pakistan globally on all fronts post the Uri attack and it has also impacted the sporting ties between the two neighbours with the BCCI outrightly ruling out resumption of cricketing ties and Pakistan’s Kabaddi team not taking part in the ongoing World Cup in Ahmedabad Bindra here for the Franchise India Expo also spoke about his life post Rio Olympics in August when he ended his glorious career with a fourth place finish The 34-year-old has not touched the rifle since the 10m Air Rifle Final in August He is busy trying to earn a living as he often puts it these days and is excited about his business venture of micro high performance centres across India The first centre that helps athletes prepare for mental and physical aspect of their sport was opened in Mohali earlier in the month Is he liking his post retirement life and does he intend to ‘hobby shoot’ once in a while "I was already a hobby shooter the last five years so no more of that I am quite busy actually trying to earn a living I go to work every day it is a different life but it is fine I like it" said Bindra He has been openly critical about issues plaguing Indian sports In a column analysing India’s dismal performance in Rio he had suggested drastic steps for the nation to become a sporting power Not much is known about how India plans to prepare for the future Summer Games other than the announcement of a task-force for the next three Olympics Bindra is open to being part of the task-force though he is yet to be approached for the job "It is a tough question for me now (where does India stand right now) Simply because I am not involved in sport anymore on a daily basis When I was an active athlete I would see it from a different eye I was more into it Since Rio I am not an athlete anymore so I don’t know what exactly is happening on the ground" Bindra said "It will be unfair of me to comment on it and I can only hope that there is a lot of action happening That we are progressing towards athlete development towards not just Tokyo 2020 but we must already look at 2024 and beyond set structures and processes in place which would create a feeder line of athletes" he said He was very clear that Indian sport won’t improve unless a legislation is passed in the parliament "I have said this before In India for things to change the change will have to be mandated Unfortunately nobody likes change there is a lot of resistance to change But change is necessary I think in the structure of sport in India if it is mandated that is the only way forward For that to happen a legislation in sport is important" he said referring to the proposed Sports Bill Asked whether the Sports Bill will be a reality anytime soon "I am not in charge of that so I can’t say (when it will happen) I can only take a guess and it would be no" Bindra said on a lighter note Drawing a parallel from the current happenings in Indian cricket which could change forever if the Lodha panel’s recommendations on the governance of the game are implemented Bindra was asked if Supreme Court intervention would also help streamline other sports bodies "At the end of the day you have got to have the right person for the right job If a politician can bring an X amount to the table and do well for the sport he is more than welcome in my view Running sport is a full time job it requires a lot of effort it requires an efficient set up If a politician can deliver (on all fronts) more power to him It all boils down to efficiency performance and accountability" he concluded Preview: After a long gap of nine years the senior National Badminton Championships finds itself under the spotlight following the participation of every top player in the country at the Divisional Sports Complex Nagpur From the Badminton Association of India’s gentle coercion to the increase in the prize money speculations are rife about the reasons behind the participation of the top athletes in a tournament that they neglected over the years Nonetheless the tournament gets its shine once again with the entry of players like Kidambi Srikanth Saina Nehwal PV Sindhu HS Prannoy Parupalli Kashyap Sai Praneeth and Ajay Jayaram All these players will be in action on Monday after receiving byes till the pre-quarterfinal stage and it will be a chance for the home crowd to see their favourite players live in action on Indian soil and not just seeing them winning the International tournaments Apart from these big names the presence of 16-year-old Lakshya Sen the world’s top junior and Prakash Padukone Badminton Academy trainee has also piqued the interest in the senior Nationals The young winner of the Bulgarian Open earlier this year is strongly favoured to give the established stars a run for their money and has got off to a brisk start by winning his singles rubber against Maisnam Meiraba 21-13 12-21 21-13 Written by Lalmani Verma | Lucknow | Published: May 18 2016 12:45 am It was on August 5 2014 that Amar Singh shared stage with Mulayam four years after being expelled fromSP Archive Related News Three months after his six-year expulsion from the Samajwadi Party got over Amar Singh seems set to official rejoin the ruling party in Uttar Pradesh —- his path cleared Tuesday after being declared party’s one of the seven candidates for biennial Rajya Sabha elections next month While SP claimed the decision on fielding Singh for the Rajya Sabha polls was “unanimous” and that there were “no differences” over his name sources said party chief Mulayam Singh Yadav’s brother and SP national general secretary Ram Gopal Yadav and senior UP minister Azam Khan are still “not convinced” about the decision The two leaders sources said are bound to create trouble for Mulayam who over last six years has often openly expressed how he misses Singh’s political acumen and expertise Sources said that it was his bitter relations with Azam and Ram Gopal that had led to Singh’s expulsion from SP The expulsion period of six years had got over in February this year but SP did not make any move for re-inducting him even as he frequently kept meeting Mulayam and Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav especially over the past two years Share This Article Related Article Singh had started working on revival of his political career with SP almost two years ago when he shared stage with Mulayam during inauguration of the Janeshwar Mishra Park in Lucknow on August 5 2014 This had come soon after Singh and actor-turned politician Jaya Prada who too was expelled with him contested the Lok Sabha polls that year as Rashtriya Lok Dal (RLD) candidates from Fatehpur Sikri and Bijnor respectively and lost Despite himself inviting the expelled leader to the Lucknow event Mulayam had avoided any direct interaction with Singh who however in his five-minute speech had stated that “as per your definition of Samajwadi I am not a Samajwadi but I am Mulayamwadi” Akhilesh was present at the event but Ram Gopal and Azam had stayed away Their absence was being attributed to Singh’s presence Only two weeks later on August 19 Singh called on Mulayam at his residence in Lucknow After an-hour long meeting Mulayam took him to the nearby party state headquarters where Akhilesh joined them The next month Singh had a closed-door three-hour meeting with Mulayam at latter’s residence in New Delhi There were speculations then that SP may help him in getting Rajya Sabha berth as his third term in the Upper House was ending in November that same year But SP did not make any such move In November Singh met BJP’s UP in-charge Om Mathur in Delhi but nothing materialised BJP had later dismissed the meeting saying that Singh “was looking for his next political destination” Singh again met Mulayam in Lucknow last year in July Mulayam took him to an Iftar party hosted by Akhilesh at his official residence and both shared stage too Singh who remained in the political wilderness continued to meet the Yadav family terming them as his ‘parivar’ He later attended the mega bash organised in Saifai to celebrate 76th birthday of Mulayam on November 22 last year Jaya Prada was also present at the event In January this year Mulayam made a public statement saying that Singh may not be in the party but he lives in his heart A month later Singh made his presence felt at a government event when he attended the swearing-in ceremony of Lokayukta Justice (retd) Sanjay Mishra at Raj Bhavan Sources said that during past one month Singh met Mulayam and Akhilesh several times in Lucknow and Delhi and every time he termed the meetings as “personal” For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Samarpita Das | New Delhi | Updated: July 8 2016 7:39 pm Emma Watson meets Noma Dumezweni the theatre actress who plays HermioneGranger in Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Top News Emma Watson who played the role of Hermione Granger in the Harry Potter film series went to watch the play Harry Potter and the Cursed Child in London on Wednesday and came out feelingamazed The actress was as mesmerised by Noma Dumezweni as Potterheads have been by her all these years “I came in with no idea what to expect and it was AMAZING Some things about the play were I think possibly even more beautiful than the films Having seen it I felt more connected to Hermione and the stories than I have since Deathly Hallows came out which was such a gift” she wrote in her Facebook post Watson couldn’t help but shower praises for Noma Dumezweni the theatre actress who played Hermione on stage On social media she even shared a few pictures she had clicked with the cast and crew “Meeting Noma and seeing her on stage was like meeting my older self and have her tell me everything was going to be alright which as you can imagine was immensely comforting (and emotional), he said.

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