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2017 5:20 am Suraj Sharma in a still from Phillauri Top News FIVE years ago, Djokovic took the unusual step of entering the grass-court tournament at Eastbourne this week. ‘Yeh ishq nahi aasan.which works well for me, he says For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Published: March 20 2013 1:17 am Related News A 55-year-old man from Bhopkhel in Haveli tehsil and a 65-year-old from Sahajpur in Daund tehsil of Pune district died of swine flu of Monday With thisthe tally of swine flu deaths in Pune Municipal Corporation has gone up to six while neighbouring Pimpri-Chinchwad has reported five deaths since January According to health officialsin the case of the 55-year-old man there was delay by nearly a fortnight in starting his treatment He was admitted to Ruby Hal Clinic on Monday where he succumbed to the virus He died due to disease-related complications like acute respiratory distress syndrome and acute renal failure In the second casethe victim suffered from fever with chills on March 12 and complained of breathless by March 15 The victim was admitted to Noble Hospital at Hadapsar where he succumbed to the virus on Monday As per the civic datathere are 11 patients in various hospital across the city being treated for swine flu while three are on ventilator support Of the 807 throat swabs sent for tests101 have been found positive for H1N1 since January For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: ANI | Karachi | Published: May 18 2017 10:40 pm Sharjeel was charged for failing to report an offer to fix and for playing two ‘dot balls’ in exchange for money Top News Suspended Pakistan batsman Sharjeel Khan’s lawyer has revealed that Islamabad United’s coach Dean Jones and former Test cricketers Mohammad Yousuf and Sadiq Mohammad will be presented as `expert witnesses` on May 24 in front of the Anti-Corruption Tribunal probing the Pakistan Super League (PSL) spot-fixing scandal On the third day of the day-to-day hearing on Thursday Sharjeel’s lawyer Shaigan Ijaz accused the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) for making up a story and trying to back it up with witnesses “PCB made up a story and is trying to back it up with witnesses Board is being lenient with some players while it is acting strictly against others” the Express Tribune quoted Shaigan as saying Meanwhile PCB’s attorney Tafazzul Rizvi said that Sharjeel’s lawyer has full right to disagree with their witnesses adding that the truth would reveal once the decision comes out The Shaharyar Khan-led board presented International Cricket Council’s (ICC) Anti-corruption Unit chief Ronnie Flanagan as witness who clarified that the world’s cricket governing body has nothing to do with the case “This is PCB’s case to deal with The case is being heard professionally and it shows that PCB wants to eliminate corruption from the game of cricket” Flanagan said On Wednesday Sharjeel ‘s counsel said that his client had timely informed the relevant authority of the PCB about his meeting with a bookie Earlier on March 6 a three-member tribunal was formed by the PCB to investigate the spot-fixing case allegedly involving Sharjeel and Khalid Latif The duo was suspended by the PCB under its Anti-Corruption Code as part of an ongoing investigation into an international syndicate which was believed to corrupt the second edition of the PSL Both the cricketers who play for Islamabad United franchise in the PSL formally recorded their statements on February 18 before the anti-corruption unit of the cricket board The British Police have arrested three suspects in connection with the case including Nasir Jamshed who was released on bail For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Mumbai | Published: March 31 2016 10:58 am Heads turned at an ongoing fashion week when this former beauty queen best known for being a long-time girlfriend of one of India’s most controversial Bollywood superstars walked in with a handsome model-turned-actor best known for having debuted in a villainous role opposite a major action superstar Related News Heads turned at an ongoing fashion week when this former beauty queen best known for being a long-time girlfriend of one of India’s most controversial Bollywood superstars walked in with a handsome model-turned-actor best known for having debuted in a villainous role opposite a major action superstar The two had eyes only for each other and looked inseparable for the entire duration of the show As other guests waited for the show to begin the striking couple spent time talking to each other and the former diva didn’t shy away from eagerly holding on to her hunk’s hand blissfully ignorant of the settings The duo later posed together for the paparazzi The only glitch in their near perfect script was a lady who plonked herself in between them to watch the show But that didn’t dim their enthusiasm Not surprisingly post the show the duo disappeared backstage together While it definitely looked like there were sparks flying we are still not sure if these are sparks of pure friendship or if there is something more to it than what meets the real eye For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsNew York: Indian qualifier Saketh Myneni gave a mighty scare to the world number 49 Jiri Veseley before limping out of the US Open as leg spasms scuttled his victory march in New York on Tuesday File photo of Saketh Myneni AFP Myneni ranked 143 in singles had a match point in the eighth game of the fifth set but stiffness in the right thigh restricted his movement badly and he was forced out 6-7 (5) 6-4 6-2 2-6 5-7 after battling hard for three hours and 47 minutes in a marathon first round match His first ever appearance in the singles draw of a Grand Slam thus ended in disappointment Myneni was clearly a better player on the court but owing tofitness issues he lost the opportunity to play with Novak Djokovic one of the greats of the game in the second round It brought back the memories of the Davis Cup tie against Korea last month in Chandigarh where similar scenes were witnessed as both the Indian and the Koreans struggled to stand on court due to humid conditions After splitting four sets Myneni broke the Czech in the fourth game to take a crucial 3-1 lead and led 4-2 in the fifth set The match changed at that stage as Myneni took a medical time out due to issue in his right thigh but managed to hold for a 5-2 cushion From a commanding position Myneni lost grip over the He surrendered serve twice after that as he hardly had the strength to stand An error-prone Vesely kept the hopes of the Indian alive but Myneni was now limping barely managing to stay Vesely just needed to keep the ball in play to close the contest Written by Ifrah Mufti | Chandigarh | Published: September 14 2015 3:31 am Outside the community centre in Sector 29 Chandigarh (Express Photo by Kamleshwar Singh) Top News For the residents of Sector 56 a small office-cum-sweeper’s room is all they have in the name of a community centre It can barely accommodate four people; there is no space available for holding any kind of gathering Area councillor Darshan Garg asserts that there is no community centre in the area that he has been serving for the last four years “I have written many letters to the Municipal Corporation requesting for a community centre but there has been no action We have around 145 acres of land occupied by slum dwellers where the community centre can be built UT Advisor had visited the area on September 7 to see how these dwellers can be rehabilitated and a community centre can be built” he says Share This Article Related Article This is not the only sector where the residents are facing this problem There are community centres where even the basic amenities are not available Washrooms kitchens doors and walls in most community centres are in urgent need of repair while the leaking roofs unkempt lawns 20-year-old furniture and torn curtains are the other common problems of the community centres At a recent House meeting of the Municipal Corporation councillors had mooted a proposal for reconstructing the community centres which are in a bad shape Mayor Poonam Sharma had approved the reconstruction of community centre in Sector 37 Sector 29 Community Centre in Chandigarh (Express Photo by Kamleshwar Singh) Arun Sood a councillor from the area of Sector 37 says “Our sector is the second highly populated area in the city and despite that we only have a community centre catering to 70 people Our first proposal was to add other facilities but it was not approved Now the second proposal is to make the building a duplex with a provision for gym games adequate parking and a seating capacity for 500 people A budget of Rs 5 crore has been approved for the purpose” Satish Kumar Kainth a councillor from Sector 29 and Industrial Area Phase 1 says that for 28000 voters residing in his area there is only one community centre with a seating capacity for 70 people “Our community centre lacks the basic facilities but the people who book it for some small functions have to pay the same amount which residents pay for a well-equipped centre The roofs leak in the rainy season washrooms are broken and kitchen does not have any facility The centre is in a deplorable condition It shows that MC follows a pick-and-choose policy ignoring the need of slum areas” In comparison to these community centres however the ones in sectors 22 49 or 47 are fully equipped air-conditioned halls with a capacity for 300 a bride room modular kitchen office room library with computer facility musical gymnasium badminton courts and table tennis room In Sector 49 community centre construction of a swimming pool is also under consideration While some community centres in the city are well-equipped with a musical gymnasium modular kitchen and a table tennis room the majority of the centres lack even the basic amenities like adequate seating arrangement proper washrooms furniture parking area and a lawn Harpool Chander Kalyan a councillor and former mayor says “Our community centre in Sector 49 is one of the best in the city since it offers all the required facilities including a seating capacity for 500 guests games and sports Now a swimming pool is also under consideration Another community centre in Sector 50 will be inaugurated by this month Chief Architect has approved its plan and the project will cost Rs 7 crore; it will also cater to 500 guests” The councillors say that keeping in view the needs of their wards’ residents they have to spend from their own pockets some times Naresh Kumar a councillor from Sector 26 and Bapu Dham Colony says that he has been spending himself on the construction and repair work at the community centre which has a seating capacity for 200 people Similarly councillor Jannat Jahan says that apart from AC the community centre in her area has everything since she spent Rs 30 lakh on its improvement last year providing the facility of games and new furniture For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Shailaja Bajpai | Published: September 30 2010 3:58 am Related News Is it time to call in the Supreme Court to clean up the Commonwealth Games Its the only institution everyone is praisingfor its decision on Ayodhya: BJPCongressthe Leftthe litigants All we ever get to see on TV is people throwing muck (from the CWG Village) at others Sheila Dikshit criticised DDASuresh Kalmadi blamed everyone but himselfMichael Fennell attacked the mediathe media attacked Mike HooperHooper blamed the entire population of India for Delhis traffic while Delhi called these the Shame-Games? Speaking to reporters, when a filmmaker sees you in a certain genre and starts liking you in it,s family resides and spoke to neighbours but did not get any substantial evidence to prove that the parents were beating up the child. "It was one of the scariest times for us for sure. Member, But no state is going to grant leeway to community judgement in these matters.

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