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"We will deal today with some interesting issues,Call Saul, (Express File Photo) Top News Pakistan wicketkeeper found himself making history in the on-going Pakistan Super League (PSL) 2017 that others wouldn’t want to replicate or even come close to matching or coming near.We strongly believe that if your government had acted against the criminals after she was gangraped on October 25,where the nerve endings are often damaged in the incisions, Additional Commissioner of Police (West) Ranvir Singh said that the two men, download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by KUWAR SINGH | Srinagar | Updated: November 20, the Minister lauded the role of Haryana government and the Sports Authority of India (SAI) in promotion sports and added that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has set a roadmap for Olympics to be held in 2020, Stuck in traffic were cars, But the old crop.

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"In small states, "There will be no revenge.may have abnormal development in kids when pregnant mothers are exposed to nicotine before and after giving birth. Jonny Bairstow anchored England to a total of 362 and later James Anderson bagged a four-wicket haul." he said. Bindra also said he did not regret the loss in Rio Olympics as he gave his best performance "Time is the best healer Acceptance You accept what the reality is and move on Sometimes we try and resist things too much An event happened you can’t change the result so accept it and move on At the end of the day I had a lot of internal satisfaction because I did the best In athletes life one is not scared of failure one is not scared of doing badly I had no regret because I put my best into it (the performance)" said Bindra By: IANS | Mumbai | Published: May 8 2016 4:20 pm Amitabh Bachchan is in a mood to celebrate on Sunday as his films “Piku” completed one year and “Khuda Gawah” turned 28 Related News Megastar Amitabh Bachchan is in a mood to celebrate on Sunday as his films “Piku” completed one year and “Khuda Gawah” turned 28 “One year of ‘Piku’: 28 years of ‘Khuda Gawah’” Amitabh posted T 2249 – Mother’s Day: 1 year of PIKU: 28 years of KHUDA GAWAH: but without Ma nothing of this would have happened pictwittercom/ZpJ76lStjU — Amitabh Bachchan (@SrBachchan) May 7 2016 “Piku” director Shoojit Sircar also took to Twitter to share the news He tweeted: “Celebrating one year of ‘Piku’” The film starred actors Deepika Padukone and Irrfan Khan as well Big B’s 1992 romance-drama “Khuda Gawah” also starred actress Sridevi For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Bangalore | Published: July 2 2016 11:20 pm Shikhar Dhawan termed new coach Anil Kumble as a “good reader of player’s mind (Source: PTI) Top News Opener Shikhar Dhawan termed new coach Anil Kumble as a “good reader of player’s mind” who has kept each and every player in his scheme of things not just skipper and team’s best batsman Virat Kohli “With Anil bhai it is not only Virat or any other big player but every player is in his scheme of plans Even the ones who will not be playing regularly in the side I feel that is a very important thing” Dhawan told mediapersons during an Open Media Session in Bangalore on Saturday The left-hander also took the opportunity to thank Ravi Shastri for the work that he has done “Working with Ravi Shastri as Team Director was a good experience We had great time with Ravi bhai Ravi bhai and Anil bhai both are good” Dhawan was diplomatic when asked to compare both What makes Kumble special according to Dhawan is his ability to read the mindset of the players “He (Kumble) knows in and out what’s happening in a player’s mind and I feel that’s going to play a huge role I can already feel he gives lot of cushion to players” he said Dhawan also said the players are already enjoying Kumble’s company as this will be a learning experience for all of them “We are enjoying Anil Bhai’s company We are very honoured that he is our coach and he is one of the legends of Indian cricket Of course in coming days we are going to learn a lot from him” he said Dhawan said India stands a good chance to win the series against the West Indies as the World T20 champions are in a transition period as far as longer format is concerned but have been really good in shorter format “We feel we can pull of yet another series win against West Indies because the hosts are in transition period and still trying to find their base This we are going to take advantage of and try to get on top of them” Dhawan said For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWashington: The last-gasp Republican drive to tear down President Barack Obama’s health care law essentially died Monday as Maine senator Susan Collins joined a small but decisive cluster of GOP senators in opposing the push Representational Image Reuters The Maine moderate said in a statement that the legislation would make "devastating" cuts in the Medicaid program for poor and disabled people drive up premiums for millions and weaken protections Obamacare gives people with pre-existing medical conditions She said the legislation is "deeply flawed" despite eleventh-hour changes its sponsors have made in search of support The only way Republicans could resuscitate their push would be to change opposing senators’ minds which they’ve tried unsuccessfully to do for months Collins told reporters that she made her decision despite a phone call from President Donald Trump who’s been futilely trying to press unhappy GOP senators to back the measure "They’re still working it and a lot of conversations are going on" No 3 Senate GOP leader John Thune of South Dakota told reporters But he conceded that a revival would be "a heavy lift" and the prospects were "bleak" The collapse marks a replay of the embarrassing loss Trump and party leaders suffered in July when the Senate rejected three attempts to pass legislation erasing Obama’s 2010 statute The GOP has made promises to scrap the law a high-profile vow for years and its failure to deliver despite controlling the White House and Congress has infuriated conservatives whose votes Republican candidates need Republicans had pinned their last hopes on a measure by GOP senators Bill Cassidy of Louisiana and South Carolina’s Lindsey Graham It would end Obama’s Medicaid expansion and subsidies for consumers and ship the money — $12 trillion through 2026 — to states to use on health services with few constraints With their narrow 52-48 majority and solid Democratic opposition three GOP "no" votes would doom the bill GOP senator John McCain of Arizona Rand Paul of Kentucky and Texas’ Ted Cruz have said they oppose the measure though Cruz aides said he was seeking changes that would let him vote yes Senator Lisa Murkowski of Alaska remains undecided Murkowski who voted against the failed GOP bills in July has said she’s analysing the measure’s impact on her state where medical costs are high The Senate must vote this week for Republicans to have any chance of prevailing with their narrow margin Next Sunday protections expire against a Democratic filibuster bill-killing delays that Republicans lack the votes to overcome It was unclear if Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell would hold a roll call Thune said he believed McConnell would have a vote if Republicans "have at least some hope that we would pass it" Collins announced her decision shortly after the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office said "millions" of Americans would lose coverage under the bill and projected it would impose $1 trillion in Medicaid cuts through 2026 Desperate to win over reluctant senators GOP leaders revised the measure several times adding money late Sunday for Alaska Arizona Maine Kentucky and Texas in a clear pitch for Republican holdouts They also gave states the ability — without federal permission — to permit insurers to charge people with serious illnesses higher premiums and to sell low-premium policies with big coverage gaps and high deductibles Collins said the eleventh-hour revision "epitomizes the problems" with the GOP-only process Collins decision drew a shout-out from late night talk-show host Jimmy Kimmel who tweeted "Thank you @SenatorCollins for putting people ahead of party We are all in your debt" Kimmel had been an outspoken critic of the bill Kentucky’s Paul said the bill spent too much and said Republicans were motivated by fear of punishment by conservative voters if they failed "It’s like a kidney stone Pass it pass it pass it" Paul told reporters Loud protesters forced the Senate Finance Committee to briefly delay the chamber’s first and only hearing on the charged issue Police lugged some demonstrators out of the hearing room and trundled out others in wheelchairs as scores chanted "No cuts to Medicaid save our liberty" On Monday Trump took on McCain who’d returned to the Senate after a brain cancer diagnosis in July to cast the key vote that wrecked this summer’s effort Trump called that "a tremendous slap in the face of the Republican Party" in a call to the "Rick & Bubba Show" an Alabama-based talk radio program Cassidy and Graham defended their bill before the Finance committee "I don’t need a lecture from anybody about health care" Graham told the panel’s Democrats Referring to Obama’s overhaul he added "What you have created isn’t working" Also appearing was Sen Mazie Hirono D-Hawaii who learned earlier this year that she has kidney cancer She said colleagues and others have helped her battle the disease with compassion saying "Sadly this is not in this bill" By: Reuters | Sao Paulo | Published: November 11 2016 10:28 am German driver Nico Rosberg (L) of Mercedes British driver Lewis Hamilton(C) of Mercedes and Dutch driver Max Verstappen (R) of Red Bull Racing (Source: Reuters) Top News Red Bull’s Max Verstappen jokingly tried to put a price on helping sway the Formula One title battle between Mercedes team mates Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg on Thursday but nobody was buying that one “I’m still negotiating with them who’s going to pay me the most” smiled Verstappen sitting behind triple world champion Hamilton and championship leader Rosberg at a Brazilian Grand Prix news conference “So we’ll see we’ll see on Sunday” In truth the Dutch teenager — like his Australian team mate Daniel Ricciardo and Ferrari’s Kimi Raikkonen and Sebastian Vettel — can be counted on to get stuck in as usual and let the championship rivals worry about the consequences Rosberg leads Hamilton by 19 points and will take the title with a race to spare if he wins at Interlagos on Sunday But if Hamilton were to win and Rosberg fail to score then both drivers would head for Abu Dhabi facing a winner-takes-all scenario The notoriously fickle weather at Interlagos the pressure and the role of others determined to stand on top of the podium means nothing can be taken for granted Verstappen only 19 but already famed for audacious overtaking moves and a hard-headed refusal to give way or be overawed has been in several scrapes already this season while also winning on his Red Bull debut in Spain In Mexico 11 days ago he and Rosberg banged bodywork on the opening lap as they jostled for position “Imagine you tell your team like ‘now I’m going to stay out of the fight I’m just going to cruise round behind them’ They wouldn’t be happy” said the Dutchman when asked about his approach to the last two races Ricciardo said it would be wrong to treat the final rounds any differently to the rest of the year “Just because they are fighting doesn’t mean we shouldn’t still try and make an overtake if there’s a door open I’ll always race I think with respect but sure I’ll race hard…if there’s an opportunity to win for sure I’ll go for it” Rosberg who has won the last two Brazilian Grands Prix from pole position said he accepted that “They’re not going to take it easy just because one guy’s fighting for the championship He’s a competitor like everybody else and that’s completely normal for all us drivers to approach it in that way” he said For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | London | Published: July 8 2016 2:31 am Serena Williams strongly defended the equal prize money that they get along with the men (Source: AP) Top News If Elena Vesnina was red faced after being on the receiving end of a 48-minute 6-2 6-0 semi-final mauling at the hands of Serena Williams — at least it wasn’t as bad as the 19-minute wipeout American Alice Marble inflicted in 1939 On that occasion three-times Roland Garros champion Hilde Krahwinkel Sperling probably felt she had hardly warmed up before she found herself walking off the court after suffering the quickest ever semi-final defeat at the All England Club Seventy-seven years later the ease with which Williams made it through to her ninth Wimbledon final once again raised the question of whether the women deserved equal prize-money “Yeah we deserve equal prize money Yeah absolutely” declared Williams with a withering look that clearly said ‘subject closed’ After years of campaigning by figure-heads such as Billie Jean King Wimbledon introduced equal prize-money in 2007 But every time there is a lopsided match in the latter stages of the women’s competition the subject comes up for discussion again Just like in 2009 when then world number one Dinara Safina had to defend her prize purse after capitulating in only 51 minutes against Serena’s older sister Venus in another one-sided semi Vesnina was also quizzed about the issue “We deserve what we have right now” said the Russian who pocketed $645000 for making it to the last four “We also had good quarter-final matches in the women’s side” she added although none of those four encounters spilled into a deciding set “It’s not about the score It’s just amazing that we have such a great champion like Serena on the women’s side “I don’t think it’s the right topic to speak about (today)” A day after Centre Court ticket holders were treated to more than seven hours of breathtaking shot-making with Roger Federer and Andy Murray needing five sets to subdue Marin Cilic and Jo-Wilfired Tsonga respectively those visiting on Thursday were filing out after only two hours of women’s on-court action With Thursday’s Centre Court tickets costing almost $190 each did the fans feel short-changed “I was initially disappointed Serena’s match was over so quickly but Vesnina had no chance as Serena was dominating so much” said Toby from Buckinghamshire “But in the end I didn’t feel let down as there is also some element of enjoying someone putting in such a supreme performance” It was a sentiment shared by Serena who eventually shared her thoughts on the topic “I would like to see people the public other athletes … just realise and respect women for who they are and what we are and what we do” said the 34-year-old American who will be chasing a 22nd grand slam title on Saturday “I’ve been working at this since I was three years old Actually maybe younger because I have a picture where I’m in a stroller… Venus is pushing me and we’re on the tennis court “Basically my whole life I’ve been doing this I haven’t had a life I don’t think I would deserve to be paid less because of my sex or anyone else for that matter in any job” Angelique Kerber who needed 72 minutes to overcome Venus 6-4 6-4 in the other semi was also adamant that the combined duration of Thursday’s matches was no reflection on how much entertainment the women had provided “We are giving everything on court everybody” the Australian Open champion said “We give our best You never know if it’s two hours or at the end eight hours” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top News for 2020 (Olympics).

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