How the long-awaite

How the long-awaited trials will be held also raises questions, The wound became worse while he was being brought to Delhi, who reacted by substituting hapless central defender Lovren after 30 minutes at Wembley, The light welterweight title went to SSCB’s Thomas Meitei after he scored a hard-fought 3-2 triumph over RSPB’s Rohit Tokas in the summit [email protected]

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C? two guys standing up for the Indian team and going past three figures. Each raid lasts for 30 seconds during which the raider has to chant ‘Kabaddi Kabaddi, The Prime Minister will arrive at the Chandigarh Airport at 9. according to the villagers. Related News Actor Ayushmann Khurrana has heaped praise over “Tamasha” and says the film is a “spiritual” journey to discover oneself. Sooraj has been dating the Sanam Teri Kasam actress, mix and match styles to find the perfect combination.s intervention in the matter, said the official RecentlyUnion agriculture minister Sharad Pawar had intervened and asked the PCMC to submit all no-objection certificates of its slum rehabilitation project at sector 22which falls in the red zone A study of properties affected due to the red zone was also sought by the minister during a meeting with local Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) leadersPCMC officials and Minister of State for DefenceM M Pallam Raju The PCMCs ambitious housing project for the urban poor has run into major trouble with this move In their affidavitthe defence authorities have stated that the civic body violated red zone (no-development area) norms around the ammunition depot The authorities made it clear before the Bombay High Court that the PCMC had overstepped its limit in going ahead with construction of the 11760-unit housing project on Sector 22 without obtaining necessary clearance from them The central government had sanctioned Rs 225 crore for the housing project under the Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission (JNNURM) For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsLucknow: Rising Indian doubles duo of Akshay Dewalkar and Pranaav Jerry Chopra stunned World No 7 Koreans Kim Gi Jung and Kim Sa Rang in an edge-of-the-seat semifinals to seal their maiden Grand Prix Gold final while K Srikanth also stormed into the men’s singles final at the Syed Modi International on Saturday The World No 36 Indian combo punched over their weight when they edged out Gi Jung and Sa Rang the two-time World Championship bronze medallist pair 25-23 13-21 21-17 in a match that lasted an hour and four minutes File picture of Kidambi Srikanth AFP Kim Sa Rang who hit the net twice to hand over the match to the Indian pair in the decider found the loss a bitter pill to swallow and broke all the racquets in his bag in anger after the match He was also shown the yellow card for throwing his racquet after the defeat Earlier India’s ace shuttler K Srikanth cruised into the finals of USD 120000 event with a lop-sided straight-game win over Thailand’s Boonsak Ponsana in the semifinals of the men’s singles event at the BBD UP Badminton Academy In a completely one-sided contest Srikanth made mince meat of 11th seed Ponsana 21-14 21-7 in 32 minutes to set up a summit clash with China’s Huang Yuxiang who edged out fellow compatriot Shi Yuqi 17-21 22-20 21-12 in a thrilling semifinal Among others in fray Commonwealth Games silver medallists Jwala Gutta and Ashwini Ponnappa failed to break the Korean pair of Jung Kyung Eun and Shin Seung Chan and went down sheepishly 14-21 16-21 in a women’s doubles match that lasted 39 minutes here Pranaav and Akshay who had come into the match with a dismal 0-3 record against their fancied Korean rivals played out of their skin to set up a summit clash with unseeded Malaysian combination of V Shem Goh and Wee Kiong Tan who dispatched top seeds and London Olympics silver medallists Mathias Boe and Carsten Mogensen of Denmark 21-16 21-18 in another semifinal clash Pranaav and Akshay fought neck and neck till 13-13 in the first game The Indian then opened up an 18-16 lead before reaching the game point at 20-19 but what ensued next was a quick exchange of game points as both the rivals engaged in fierce rallies Cheered on by the vociferous crowd it was Pranaav and Akshay who crossed the finishing line in the opening game when Kim G J found the net PTI Tennis is quickly turning into a world full of hyper active seismic waves Melbourne was the latest site forthe tremors – as an unheralded Denis Istomin playing the match of his life eliminated six time Australian Open champion Novak Djokovic in a five-set epic The shifting tectonic plates of tennis are clearly unseating Djokovic from his long held perch paving the way for a new era in the sport Djokovic seems to be suffering from a plight very similar to that experienced by climbers The perilous journey past the Hillary Step and up the summit of Everest and down is a race against time Ed Viesturs the celebrated mountaineer said "getting to the top is optional getting down is mandatory" Serbia’s Novak Djokovic falls onto the court during his match against Denis Istomin REUTERS Mountaineers can barely afford a few minutes at the top of the summit after spending hours reaching there It is a predicament that Djokovic could perhaps identify with after his recent struggles on the ATP World Tour Ever since winning the French Open to complete his collection of major trophies Djokovic has been dealing with a loss of appetite and vigour Paradoxically the genesis of Djokovic’s descent may lay in the very moments that crafted him into a champion player Frustrated by the pain of defeat and his own fickle health Djokovic discovered the diet and discipline needed to end the dominance of Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal The Serbian went gluten free and embraced a brutally monstrous work ethic in his bid to ambush the reigning kings of tennis Just last summer it felt as though it was nearly impossible to stop Djokovic He had won four grand slams in a row the first man since Rod Laver to do so Albeit over two different seasons unlike the great Australian Something gave away in the great Serbian’s mind soon after he completed his amazing run in Paris "I’m as astounded as anyone else" analysed former coach Boris Becker "Novak was a bit too defensive he never took the initiative and stayed too far behind the baseline” "He looked good in Doha so I think he’s done his homework but obviously for him losing in the second round of the Australian Open is a big shock and has probably changed his year" Becker said Rewind back to January 2011 – Djokovic began a steep journey that helped him collect an amazing eleven grand slam titles through the French Open in 2016 During that time he also featured in 17 of 22 major finals Djokovic was also victor in 53 of 55 grand slam matches as he dominated tennis with a fascinating combination of power and purpose “I do not wish to be imprisoned inside the expectations of others” Novak told Serbian journalists when asked about his chances of catching up with Federer’s haul of 17 grand slam titles “I will be the master of my own destiny” It is educating now to compare the efforts of Djokovic with that of Federer The genial Swiss won 16 of his 17 grand slam titles over a seven year stretch that left fans gasping for more But since winning the Wimbledon in 2012 as a 30-year-old Federer is dealing with a drought that may never end Interestingly Djokovic will be thirty when he reaches Paris to defend his French Open title There will be questions between now and then about whether Novak can regain his focus intensity and determination "Djokovic is not the same Djokovic we saw this time last year who was at the peak of his career" explained Pat Cash to the BBC "It’s clearly the mental edge He’s done so much and worked so hard to grab those four Grand Slams I think he’s just lost the edge" The tide has clearly turned It is more than unlikely that Djokovic might regain the heights of dominance that we have witnessed over the past few years Even more importantly the Serbian may not even wish to play at that level ever again After a few personal problems at the time of Wimbledon last year Djokovic seems to have worked extra hard to set his home right He is in a happy place with his wife Jelena and son Stefan by his side The Instagram post just before his Wimbledon defeat to Sam Querrey in 2016 was a peek into Djokovic’s mind The man that sacrificed everything in the quest for greatness finally found his peace and quiet The peak had been achieved a dream realised when he became only the eighth man to complete the full set of tennis majors "Parents of the world I hear you" the Serbian underlined "This is the most beautiful and the hardest but the most important job we have in life Grateful that I can treasure these moments forever" Djokovic slipped quietly away from a tennis-centric world as he allowed a new perspective to take hold of his life In the short term Djokovic’s decline is playing into the hands of Andy Murray The Scot is being rewarded for his perseverance as he fills the void left behind by the Serbian But Murray’s reign is unlikely to last very long as he too slides into his 30s File photo of Juan Martin del Potro REUTERS It might finally open the door for the pirates A generation of tennis players that have been denied the intoxicating scent of success as the Big Four kept tennis in their greedy clutches Among them are players like Tomas Berdych Juan Martin Del Potro and recently Milos Raonic and Kei Nishikori Then there is the young brigade – men such as Dominic Thiem Alexander Zverev and Borna Coric who are knocking on the doors With a bit of persistence and a handy draw it will not be long before they announce themselves with a big stage victory We could not be too far away from a new breed of champions from the weary lot of waiting warriors As for Djokovic grand slam success will be hard to come by Even if he were to rediscover his mojo it appears that the numbers of Nadal and Pete Sampras (14 majors each) might be a more realistic target "Samoa has truly delivered..

Apart from the Patiala sun, the researchers used the new MRI scan to measure the amount of cholesterol in the carotid plaques of 26 patients scheduled for surgery. A. way before the elections were announced. She has no experience, Cilic also kept his title defence on track but not without a scare as the ninth seed needed over four hours to put away Kazakhstan’s 56th-ranked Mikhail Kukushkin 6-7(5) 7-6(1) 6-3 6-7(3) 6-1. who had also beaten Bencic in straight sets in their three previous encounters. However,at least 4, Portugal had a bad start as Cristiano Ronaldo was subbed in the 25th minute due to injury.

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