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there was a post of the HRC Pune fan page on Facebook stating the concert was cancelled. We will reschedule the event as soon as we get permission, the post said The Pune police however said that while a particular event may have been cancelled due to non-clearance but no blanket order to the effect has been issued The management later sent an SMSe-mail and called all people to personally inform them of the cancellation of the concert For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: June 23 2013 3:22 am Top News At the end of Match 59the officialswho until this time have been braving hot and sultry conditionsheaved a sigh of relief Keeping a check on the proceedings of the matches and updating the final scores was always going to be a tedious job for them But those 59 matches were played in just one age category- boy’s u-14 in first and second qualifying rounds- of the CLTA AITA Talent Series tennis tournament at the CLTA Stadium in Sector 10 on Saturday Among those numerous matches played at the CLTA courtsthere were few tough ones that needed mention Raghav DevanManik Singh and Kunal Patiyal were the players who were engaged in nerve-racking encounters These players were pushed to their limit by their respective opponents and despite the odds stacked against themthey managed to scrape through and entered next round Raghav prevailed over Nishant Thakur 8-6Manik squeezed past Pankush Goel 8-6 while Kunal overcame a spirited Divanshu 8-6in their first round qualifying matches MeanwhileSarang Garg huffed and puffed as he made his way up to the next round with a hard-fought 8-7(4) win over Ravikant Gill in the second round qualifying match Results: Boys: U-14: First Round: Aishwarya Kumar bt Krishan Hooda 8-2Manik Singh bt Pankush Goel 8-6Hritik Bajwa btArunab Singh 8-5Rajdeep Singh bt Rohit Malik 8-3Shreyas Chopra bt Kartik Parhar 8-1Navjot Singh bt Pratham Sharma 8-3Chiraz Singh bt Prateek Soraha 8-0Raghav Devan bt Nishant Thakur 8-6Sumant Vij bt Armaan 8-4Jaskaran Riar bt Pranjal Goel 8-2Udayveer Singh bt Parveen Kumar 8-4Sidharth Basaiti btSarabjeet Singh 8-1Devansh Kakkar btManjot Bhullar 8-2Nimit Jain bt Savinay Singh 8-2Kanav Khurana bt Karandev Sandhu 8-3Kunal Patiyal bt Divanshu 8-6Siddharth Chug bt Karan Taluja 8-2Sarang Garg bt Chetanbir Singh 8-2Vikram Aditya bt Puru Mehta 8-4Shashikant Kumar btNaresh Badgujar 8-3Samarth Suri bt Anav Kumar 8-0Pranav Chopra bt Madhusudan Singh 8-1Harshmeet bt Saksham Teji 8-3Shivam Vij bt Saurav Yadav 8-3Dhairya Veer bt Abeer Saharan 8-0Bhupender Dahiya bt Paras Dogra 8-0Dalbir Singh bt Siddharth Goel 8-1; 2nd Round: Navneet Singh bt Jagnoor Malhotra 8-3Aishwarya Kumar btKaran Shandilya 8-2Manik Singh bt Rasheg Ahluwalia 8-1Bhavdeep Singh bt Hritik 8-5Aditya Vashisht bt Rajdeep Singh 8-1Shreyas Chopra bt Simran Singh 8-2Varun Mehla bt Navjot Singh 8-2Chiraz Singh bt Abhinav 8-0Aarya Vardhan btRaghav Deva 8-5Nitin Singh bt Sumant Vij 8-3Jaskaran Riar bt Ansh Mahajan 8-0Udayveer Singh bt Abhi Uday 8-0Laksh Vohra bt Siddharth 8-1Devansh Kakkar bt Ankit Tandon 8-1Nimit Jain bt Manvir Sohi 8-6Kanav Khurana bt Dhruv Tangri 8-3Neeraj Yashpaul bt Sarabjot Singh 8-4Sahej Punj bt Kunal Patiyal 8-1Sartaj Kaura bt Siddharth Chugh 8-1Sarang Garg bt Ravikant Gill 8-7 (4)Dhruv Sharma bt Tushar Aggarwal 8-1Udit Kumar bt Aarav Gill 8-4Savneet Bajwa bt Vikram Aditya 8-0Harshdeep Mehla bt Saksham 8-2Ishan Sethi bt Shashikant Kumar 8-6Samarth Suri bt Anirudh Singh 8-5Madhusudan Chopra bt Shrenik Bhalla 8-6Jotshikhar bt Harshmeet 8-2Shivam Vij bt Gaurav Seth 8-3Balender Oberoi btDhairya Veer 8-2Bhupender Dahiya bt Paramveer Kharangra 8-5Dalbir Singh bt Vatsal Chouhan 8-6 For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBack when I had just turned a teen I saw a scary movie scene that played out under a full moon hanging low in the sky I was in Sultan’s Battery in the Wayanad region in Kerala at the time At the end of the movie I set out on the walk home and saw an enormous moon hanging low over the hills I ran I didn’t stop to think to rationalise — I ran from I knew not what And for a couple of years after I wouldn’t go out when the moon was full Fear is irrational and fear makes you do stupid things as a ridiculous procession of batsmen showed today at the Maharashtra Cricket Association ground in Pune on Friday Steve O’Keefe (C) celebrates the dismissal of Ajinkya Rahane during Day 2 of the 1st Test between India and Australia in Pune AFP Some 48 hours or so before this Test began someone got a look at the wicket and went ooo Everyone began quoting everyone else then trying to go one better "This looks like a day five pitch" goes one "More like a day eight pitch" goes the next one If none got to the "It looks like last year’s pitch" mark it’s probably because there wasn’t enough time to work up to it Sure the wicket is dry So is most of India at this time of year And sure there is turn on the track In India ‘doctoring a wicket’ is not when you try to put spin in it is when you try to take spin out of the pitch So to keep harping on that the pitch is dry and dusty and turning is to overstate the obvious Instead take a look though at today’s bizarre procession: Josh Hazelwood adhered to that line around off set Murali Vijay up beautifully with two deliveries leaving him before going a bit wider on the crease to change the angle and then straightening one at the batsman forcing Vijay to play and finding the edge — the sort of dismissal you would expect to see on any track in Australia and South Africa Mitchell Starc played Virat Kohli for a sucker angling the ball at pace across the right hander and luring him into reaching for it as Kohli is prone to do early on The Indian skipper lasted two balls and walked off for his first duck in a 104-innings stretch extending back to 2014 Starc then bowled a ripper at Pujara lifting the ball at pace around middle and off from just a shade short of length after bowling the previous ball full at the base of the stumps Three top Indian wickets went inside 15 overs for just 44 runs all to pace and the pitch played no role in any of those All along KL Rahul had played with an ease that belied a wrenched shoulder and dodgy tummy driving and flicking both pace and spin with easy grace He seemed to be moving up through the gears after lunch when for some reason best known to himself he opted to dance out and swat at Steve O’Keefe despite there being a man out for the shot A pity — Rahul was working the ball around with fluid ease at the time and no one could have been as surprised by his suicidal stroke than the pitch itself Ajinkya Rahane never looked settled during his time at the middle but the O’Keefe ball that got him was angling across the right hander towards the leg side Rahane shut the bat face too early as he looked to work towards leg; he got the leading edge and Peter Handscomb partially blinded at second slip by the batsman’s body anticipated brilliantly and took a blinder Wriddiman Saha came in and immediately poked blindly at an O’Keefe ball angling in on middle and got the outside edge for a catch to Steve Smith at first slip via Matt Wade’s glove Ravichandran Ashwin pushed defensively with a high angled bat at Nathan Lyon got the ball onto the boot and gave Handscomb a chance to show he could catch just as well at short square as at slip Jayant Yadav stretched theatrically a long way forward in defence and fell to lightning fast glove work by Wade Ravindra Jadeja ran at O’keefe and holed out to deep midwicket And when Australia batted again David Warner reverse swept then swept then played down the wrong line and got nailed in front by a regulation off break – all this in the very first over Shaun Marsh defended not the ball itself but the line he thought the ball might take if it turned – and was nailed by a straight ball that did nothing at all Handscomb tried to turn a bouncing Ashwin off break around the corner having misread the length and gone well back to a ball that wasn’t short in length And Matt Renshaw whose tenures at the crease seem to be accompanied by health crisis of some sort or the other (here he was rapped on the forearm by Umesh Yadav and had to take a barf-break) slogged at Jayant and got caught in the deep In all of this any attempt to incriminate the pitch would have been laughed out of court A common counter is that when the ball is turning square it puts gremlins in batsmen’s minds and forces an inordinate number of errors in judgment – as above That is equally true on a fast bouncy pitch or under the overcast skies of England but never mind that – what the proponents of that argument are really saying is when you believe the pitch has devils you end up playing those devils and not the actual ball that has been bowled at you O’Keefe would smile – his post-lunch spell after a change of ends was 61-1-12-6 Superhuman figures those for doing little more than bowling tight lines on and around off and letting the batsmen think themselves out India’s innings of 105 all out spanning all of 401 overs was totally contrary to the recent type For one thing they lost wickets in a heap – two to Starc in the 15th over an astonishing three to O’Keefe in the 33rd over (that second slide triggered by the Rahul brain fade) Batsmen who throughout the overlong home season had shown an ability to play the waiting game to suss out the conditions and to bat big and long here showed all the adherent ability of cats on the proverbial hot tin roofs And when they fielded they dropped catches with a prodigality that suggested their minds were a mess that a long run of successes had leeched them of the stomach for a back-to-the-wall fight Smith was reprieved thrice – by Vijay at leg slip by Abhinav Mukund at midwicket then Mukund again at short square And just to round it off Vijay at second slip grabbed at a catch off Renshaw that was a sitter for Rahane at first slip and deflected the ball for four to rub salt into a steaming Kohli’s wounds India compounded their sins in the field with captaincy by the numbers It was no surprise that Ashwin and Jadeja opened the bowling and if Vijay had done his bit Australia could well have been four down for not much But that said India persisted with the spin duo for way too long waiting till the 28th over before trying something different in the form of Umesh While India found ways to shoot themselves in the foot with the bat the ball and in the field Australia did almost everything right The bowlers both quicks and spinners bowled the right tight lines and never erred on the side of trying too hard They caught brilliantly and piled on the pressure with sharp ground fielding and when it was their turn to bat again they took every opportunity to attack sweeping and reverse sweeping with vigour driving when the length afforded the chance and pushing the ball around the field to work the singles and mess with the bowling lines At stumps on the worst Test day India has had all year the home team is under the pump Australia leading by 298 with Smith working cat-like on his fourth life leading with an unbeaten 59 and Mitchell Marsh doing well alongside him on 21 Silver linings for India are thin on the ground – and Rahul being off the field with a dodgy shoulder adds to the home side’s problems But if you look hard enough there is this – the day is over the team has a chance to mentally regroup and this wicket is not the minefield it is made out to be No team can bat out time and force a draw here but a determined batting effort by a team that knows how to could still spring a surprise in a Test that has already had a surfeit of surprises This article was first published in Prem Panicker’s blog page Washington: Fired FBI director James Comey said Wednesday that Donald Trump urged him to drop a probe into former national security adviser Michael Flynn prompting fresh allegations that the US president tried to obstruct justice In a bombshell revelation on the eve of his hotly anticipated appearance on Capitol Hill Comey said Trump had raised the sensitive FBI probe into Russia’s alleged meddling in the US election in multiple discussions leaving him deeply uneasy over whether the president was attempting to interfere "I hope you can see your way clear to letting this go to letting Flynn go He is a good guy" Comey quoted Trump as telling him on 14 February as they sat alone together in the Oval Office in prepared testimony for Thursday’s Senate hearing "I had understood the president to be requesting that we drop any investigation of Flynn in connection with his false statements about his conversations with the Russian ambassador in December" added Comey who was fired by Trump in early May File image of James Comey AP However Trump felt "completely and totally vindicated" by the written testimony his private attorney said as Comey confirmed he had told the president he was not personally under investigation Comey also said Trump demanded a pledge of loyalty in a meeting on 27 January just days after the Republican billionaire took office under a cloud of allegations that Russia’s interference had helped him win the election "The president said ‘I need loyalty I expect loyalty’ I didn’t move speak or change my facial expression in any way during the awkward silence that followed" Comey said His comments which confirmed the details of a number of press reports about his interactions with Trump published in recent weeks came ahead of his appearance before the Senate Intelligence Committee They also came shortly after two top US spy agency chiefs had skirted questions from the Senate panel about whether Trump asked them to intervene in the Flynn probe as reported by The Washington Post Neither Director of Intelligence Dan Coats nor National Security Agency chief Mike Rogers denied the Post story But both said they never felt "pressured" to act "I’ve never felt pressure to intervene or interfere in any way with shaping intelligence in a political way or in relationship to an ongoing investigation" Coats said ‘Very concerning’ Trump began the day by announcing his new nominee to lead the FBI —Christopher Wray a career white-collar crime attorney and former Justice Department official under former president George W Bush Wray’s nomination must be confirmed by the Senate Trump fired Comey on 9 May expressing deep frustration with the continuing investigation into whether members of his election campaign colluded with a covert Russian operation against Trump’s rival Hillary Clinton In the wake of the firing the Justice Department named an special prosecutor former FBI director Robert Mueller to lead the government’s investigation In parallel the Senate and House Intelligence Committees are leading their own probes and a number of key former Trump aides as well as his son-in-law Jared Kushner have been asked for or subpoenaed to provide information and testimony In his statement Comey made clear he had been uncomfortable discussing an ongoing investigation with the president even as he assured Trump that he himself was not a target of the probe Comey did not say whether he thought the president’s actions amounted to obstructing the investigation —an issue lawmakers are expected to highlight Thursday in their questions "I could be wrong but I took him to be focusing on what had just happened with Flynn’s departure and the controversy around his account of his phone calls" Comey said "Regardless it was very concerning given the FBI’s role as an independent investigative agency" he added At the same time Comey recalled that in a 30 March phone call Trump asked Comey how to "lift the cloud" of the overall Russia probe that made it difficult for him to lead the country Dems up in arms Lawmakers said Thursday’s hearing will focus on whether Trump was obstructing justice —the charge that led to Richard Nixon’s resignation in 1973 Asked if Trump had acted appropriately Republican Senate Intelligence Committee chairman Richard Burr said: "I don’t think that from what I’ve read there’s anything of wrongdoing but I will match that with his verbal testimony and weight it against the evidence of our investigation to date" Democratic Congresswoman Kathy Castor said in a tweet that Trump’s demand of a loyalty pledge "looks like obstruction" And Congressman Al Green said he had drafted articles of impeachment that were under review "The question really is not whether the president has obstructed justice" he said "The question really is whether the president can obstruct justice with impunity" Everyone knows Arsene Wenger in England and in Europe where his position as the manager of Arsenal has become something of a long-running soap opera Everyone knows Wenger in France where they still see him as the prodigal national son who went away and became a man Everyone knows Wenger in Japan where he made his bones before coming to the big-bad world of English football Everyone even knows Wenger in the stands of the stadiums hosting the FIFA U-17 World Cup 2017 where they held posters aloft asking him to leave Arsenal But hardly anyone knows Jean-Marc Guillou Guillou who Guillou is the man who as manager of Ligue 2 club Cannes in 1983 gave Wenger his first coaching break Jean-Marc Guillou with Kolo Toure at the Bamako JMG Academy Image courtesy: academie-jmgcom Guillou is the man who at the now-famous Academie MimoSifcom at Ivory Coast’s capital Abidjan gave the world players such as the Toure brothers Didier Zokora Gervinho Emmanuel Eboue and Salomon Kalou In fact? For all the latest Pune News, All I said was that the promise of waiving farmers’ loan, it is clear that the Wonder track has just received a fresh and unique makeover. And if recapitalisation of the banking system is needed, Besides “Parineeta”.

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and ? download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | Pune | Published: October 17, Put in by West Indies captain Jason Holder, which is in power in Tamil Nadu." Paswan said from London.s counsel told the court he had received admit card for the exam last Saturday, In these three cases, the MGNREGS. This seemed to me to be a fantastic effort to promote transparency in public programmes. Srikanth was more dominating as he opened up a 11-6 lead and even though the Korean caught up to make it 12-12 and again at 16-16.

but the Belarusian was taken to a local police station and was made to spend a few hours there before he was released yesterday evening after the intervention of Indian Embassy in Brazil. flowers spotting will be difficult. one of the groups of youngsters was traveling in a Bolero while the other group was in a Mahindra Thar. it might not be no surprise if we see Zampa feature in the upcoming games as the third spinner, The contractor, United had plenty of chances to extend its lead as Sunderland tried to get back in the game and finally took one in the 90th. sparking speculation he covets a move across London to Premier League leaders Chelsea.said the win will lift the team’s morale after a string of losses. students in Nashik had protested over the delay in declaration of results while in Pune, However.

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"The JKLF chairman also asked the SHRC chairman to look into the plight of thousands of other inmates languishing in various jails and police stations, ?express that extra effort would also burden their schedule.

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