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it proves how democratised entertainment has become,at the Pune Festival. Sources said that after sustained interrogation, Jaane Bhi Do Yaaro, taking the plea that it was fait accompli and not passing the Bill would render all expenses incurred by the state government during President’s Rule infructuous. For all the latest Sports News, Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows and King Arthur:? Aladdin is based on? there are instances of racial hostility, 2017 9:23 pm Sharath Kamal was counting on the positives than the negatives soon after he was drawn in group C of ITTF-ATTF 30th Asian Cup. (Source: Express Archive) Top News A thoroughbred that Sharath Kamal is he was counting on the positives than the negatives soon after he was drawn in group C of ITTF-ATTF 30th Asian Cup “Even if I finish second in my group I am sure of making the semi-final cut” said the ace paddler who is seeded ninth That was the confidence and character that spoke volumes of the Indian paddler who is currently ranked No 47 in the world and on whom the entire country’s focus would for the next three days as one of the biggest continental events gets underway at the TransStadia from tomorrow Drawn in a group that has Japanese Jun Mizutani the No 2 seed Korean Lee Sangsu and Chinese Lin Gaoyun the seventh seed one would have thought it is a tough ask for the Indian particularly when he takes on the Korean in his opening match Sharath has beaten him on a few occasions before and twice ran him close in recent times Understandably Sharath was not thinking about that as much except admitting that the first match tomorrow would really set the tone for booking next month’s World Cup ticket in Belgium He has dealt with the Gaoyuan too a few times before with an impressive track record But he did admit in as many worlds that Japanese Mizutani would be a hard nut crack simply because of the potent service weapons he possesses “This guy is too good with his a variety of serves” said Sharath “I can hope to get a good support from the home crowd I have shaped up well for the big event and have had good practice before coming here” he said If Sharath manages to win his first game against the Korean he has every chance of finishing the group behind the Japanese and that would in effect help the Indian avoid running into the Group A and Group B toppers in the quarter-finals The top-three finishers here will earn an automatic berth in the men’s world Cup to be held in October at Liege (Belgium) but more berths will be on offer depending on where the players finish in their ranking when the final list is compiled Coming to the other Indian on view Harmeet Desai who is turning out here on the regional quota and drawn in group D He has Thailand’s Padasak Tanviryavechakul Iran’s Nima Alamian and Abdulaziz Al-Abbad from Saudi Arabia for company But whoever qualifies from the group will run into the third finishing player from group A and C in a single play-off match that will determine the last two spots of quarter-finalists They will join two quarter-finalists each from group A and C in the main draw As for No 13 seed Manika Batra the lone Indian woman gaining a slot through the regional quota has her task cut out in group D She has the Thai Suthasini Qatari Aia Mohamed and Neda Shahsavari of Iran In fact all of them are far behind her in ranking and hence seeded behind her This must give some hope to the former national champion who is ranked 104 in the world For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: August 9 2017 2:48 am Three labourers died due to asphyxiation in Lajpat Nagar on Sunday afternoon after they went inside a DJB sewer line to clean it (Representational Image) Related News The Delhi Police on Tuesday served a notice to the chief engineer at Delhi Jal Board’s Lajpat Nagar zone asking him to provide detailed answers to 25 questions A hunt is on to nab Dinesh — the contractor who had allegedly hired the sanitation workers to manually clean the sewers where three of them died — with several police teams conducting raids DCP (southeast) Romil Baaniya said they have served a notice and are now awaiting the details “We have served a notice to the chief engineer of DJB Lajpat Nagar zone and asked several questions related to our investigation into the incident Our teams are also conducting raids to arrest Dinesh who is absconding” he said Three labourers died due to asphyxiation in Lajpat Nagar on Sunday afternoon after they went inside a DJB sewer line to clean it The labourers were exposed to ‘toxic gases’ inside the sewer Sources said that in its notice the Delhi Police has asked the chief engineer to provide details of their contract procedure and also information on who is responsible in such circumstances “A team from Lajpat Nagar visited the DJB’s office on Tuesday but they were not satisfied with their answers After failing to get required details they decided to serve notice to them” sources said While DJB has maintained that the three men who died inside the sewer were neither employed nor associated with it an FIR registered Monday suggested otherwise According to the FIR the four labourers three of whom died were asked to work by a contractor of the DJB The FIR was registered based on the statement by one of the labourers Rakesh the lone survivor For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Seoul | Published: July 24 2017 6:45 pm The IOC said earlier this month that it was trying to find ways for North Korean athletes to take part (Source: AP) Top News South Korea’s President Moon Jae-in said on Monday the North will be given until the very last minute to decide on its participation at next year’s Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang Moon speaking as the countdown to Asia’s first Winter Olympics outside Japan ticked down to 200 days has been keen to get North Korea involved in the Feb 9-25 event despite none of its athletes meeting the qualification standards His proposal for a unified team has already been shot down by a top North Korean sports official as unrealistic due to the current political climate While the two Koreas technically remain at war Moon who came to power in May has pledged to engage the North in dialogue as well as bring pressure to impede its nuclear and missile programmes North Korea claimed to have conducted the first test of an intercontinental ballistic missile earlier this month and said it had mastered the technology to mount a nuclear warhead on the missile Moon urged the North to participate and said the international sporting community would welcome it at the Games “We will not rush nor be pessimistic but will keep the doors open until the very last moment” Yonhap News quoted Moon as saying “The International Olympic Committee too has opened the doors for North Korea’s participation and now all that is left is North Korea’s decision” The IOC said earlier this month that it was trying to find ways for North Korean athletes to take part For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsPublished: January 20 2014 4:24 am Related News Come election season each party addresses a different man on the street The aam aadmi or the common man has been the cynosure of all political eyes lately Even if we disregard the question of the missing aam aurat who exactly is the aam aadmi Last week BSP chief Mayawati stoutly declared who he is not At her Lucknow rally she warned the AAP against calling the Dalit “aam aadmi” Yet the man on the street whom all political parties claim to address is a protean creature In the political vocabulary the aam aadmi has become a roomy metaphor for the dispossessed and the aspirational the resentful and the hopeful all at once The Congress was perhaps the first to tap the rich possibilities of Brand Aam Aadmi For the 2009 Lok Sabha elections the party amended its earlier slogan “Congress ka haath garib ke saath” to “Congress ka haath aam aadmi ke saath” signalling its acknowledgement of a less helpless more aspirational voter This constituency was even more sharply and specifically defined by Rahul Gandhi in his AICC speech this Friday where he spoke of the about 70 crore striving Indians who are below the middle class but above the poverty line In contrast the AAP as it tries to wrest the term and the slogan from the Congress keeps its aam aadmi more nebulous It claims to speak for all the disempowered citizens whom the system leaves out never mind that the party’s much talked of power and water subsidies actually reach those who are already accounted for or people with piped water and electricity connections For the most part in between polls “the people” in whose name schemes and policies are launched and political claims unleashed remain a shapeless abstraction a nameless and faceless entity But election season forces each party to lay claim to its chosen constituencies and make its pitch accordingly That is when the many shapes of the aam aadmi are revealed For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News

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