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"He said sorry as much as he could, While it’s a regular bilateral series between two nations,the number of Test makes it special It will be India’s 500th Test match and former skippers are expected to be present at the Green Park Also it will start the long home leg for India where the team led by Virat Kohli will play 13 Tests For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Melbourne | Updated: January 20 2017 7:45 pm Bernard Tomic prevailed at the end of a thrilling battle to end Australia’s interest in the men’s singles draw (Source: Reuters) Top News Dan Evans continued his fairytale run at Melbourne Park by downing local world number 27 Bernard Tomic 7-5 7-6(2) 7-6(3) on Friday to give Britain two men in the last 16 of the Australian Open for the first time in 16 years The 26-year-old who upset seventh seed Marin Cilic in the second round prevailed at the end of a thrilling two-hour 48-minute battle in a highly-charged atmosphere on Hisense Arena to end Australia’s interest in the men’s singles draw Evans refused to play on and insisted the stadium roof be closed when rain started falling on the court late in the third set but recovered his composure to win the tiebreak and set up a meeting with France’s Jo-Wilfried Tsonga World number one Andy Murray’s 6-4 6-2 6-4 win over Sam Querrey preceded Evans’s match on the same court ensuring a double British presence in the fourth round for the first time since Tim Henman and Greg Rusedski in 2001 For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Barcelona | Updated: September 17 2016 7:28 pm Gareth Bale (L) and Cristiano Ronaldo will both miss the Real Madrid match against Espanyol on Sunday (Source: Reuters) Top News Real Madrid will be without talisman Cristiano Ronaldo and record signing Gareth Bale for their trip to Espanyol on Sunday where they aim to equal Barcelona’s record of 16 consecutive La Liga wins Ronaldo scored the equaliser in Real’s thrilling late turnaround to beat Sporting Lisbon 2-1 on Wednesday but has been ruled out with the flu while Bale is still carrying a hip injury he sustained against Sporting “Cristiano will not travel with us he has a sore throat and we’re not going to risk him” Zidane told a news conference on Saturday ahead of the trip to Barcelona to face Espanyol “We have games every three days and we can’t take risks with such an important player Bale received a strong knock to the hip on Wednesday and he’s not going to travel either” “This is a group we have important players so when a player has something wrong it’s better for someone else to come in and do well we always have to think about the team” Real equalled a club record of 15 consecutive wins set in 1960/61 last week against Osasuna and victory on Sunday will see coach Zinedine Zidane match the 16 straight wins set by Pep Guardiola’s Barcelona in the 2010-11 season Real have won their last three league visits to Espanyol Ronaldo scoring five goals in a 6-0 rout last season Zidane said Ronaldo’s absence would see out of favour Colombian international James Rodriguez return to the side and he backed Karim Benzema after a disappointing return to action from the Frenchman against Sporting following a hip injury “I’ve said two or three times that James is training very well and he’s going to play he’s important for the team and I think he’s really motivated” Zidane said “He wants to play like everyone else and he’s going to contribute a lot” “Benzema is fine” added the coach “The other day was his first start for a while and we’ll see what happens tomorrow” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | London | Published: April 1 2016 12:06 pm Mick Jagger says he can still fit into the clothes he wore on stage with in the ’60s Related News The Rolling Stones star Mick Jagger says he can still fit into the clothes he wore on stage with in the ’60s The 72-year-old singer has been unearthing dozens of stage costumes and garments from the band’s heyday for their new display “EXHIBITIONISM” which is to open at The Saatchi Gallery in London next week reported Female First He hasn’t been tempted to try on his old outfits Jagger knows he’d having no trouble getting into them because he’s remained pretty much the same weight “I haven’t tried but I’m pretty much the same shape But yeah I’m sure I can get into them all Providing I haven’t shrunk too much” “EXHIBITIONISM” will feature over 500 items from the band’s personal archives including lots of their stage outfits and clothes they wore in their videos artefacts and recreations of locations synonymous with the band For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by New York Times | Published: January 7 2012 3:44 am Related News Irans threats to close the Straits of Hormuz in response to the latest American-led sanctions may be empty posturing StillIrans slow march toward a nuclear weapons capability has dramatically increased tensions between Washington and Tehran The Obama administration has not taken the option of a military strike off the tableand one must assume that the Iranians have not done so either In these circumstancesit is important to realistically judge the nature and extent of the Iranian threat For all its blusterthe Iranian regime is more vulnerable than at any time in its 32-year history InternallyIran is constrained by deep political divisionscivil strife and a woeful economy President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has directly challenged the countrys supreme leaderAyatollah Ali Khameneiwhile Khamenei has spoken of eliminating the presidency The life of the ordinary Iranian becomes more precarious every daywith rising unemploymentinflationstate repressionand the countrys growing international isolation Legislative elections are scheduled for early March Leaders of the reformist Green movement are threatening to boycott the ballotbut there will still be a closely fought contest between the more religious and secularist wings of the regime Both this election and the presidential vote next year could well become occasions for public demonstrations of the sort that threatened the regime three years ago and have since toppled several Middle East governments Iran is on the brink of losing its only real allySyriaas President Bashir al-Assad looks as if he could be the next Arab dictator to fall Tightening international sanctions are slowing Irans nuclear programme while limiting its ability to project power Saudi ArabiaIrans principal regional rivalis leading the other Gulf states in an ever more explicit anti-Iranian coalition Irans leaders have watched US forces topple Saddam Hussein and the Taliban with relative ease and NATO help do the same with Colonel Muammar Gaddafi in Libya; Irans antiquated conventional forces are no match for the US military And the Iranian regime believes that the US remains committed to a policy of regime changeeven though Washington might not presently have the appetite for a new military intervention Irans leaders believe that having a nuclear weapons capability could deter a US military attack on Iran and safeguard a vulnerable regime It is unlikely that the regimeconcerned with self-preservationwill be the first party to use nuclear weapons in a conflict with the US or Israel Iran is often depicted as an irrational actorwith Ahmadinejads seemingly erratic behaviour and odious rhetoric serving as justification Yet the clerical-led regime in Tehran is no less rational and calculating than the former Soviet Union or Communist Chinaboth of which were successfully deterred and contained by the United States Whats morethe Iranian regime faces many internal and external challenges that will facilitate US containment of Iran if it obtains nuclear weapons The United States possesses the overwhelming diplomaticeconomic and military power to cope with an adversary vulnerable to the very same forces that have led to the toppling of regimes across the Middle East Threats of American or Israeli military action only intensify the Iranian regimes desire to acquire a nuclear deterrent An actual attack would likely consolidate domestic support for the regime and promote international sympathy for itparticularly throughout the Muslim world Converselyinternational participation in sanctions would erodeIranian support for subversive groups like Hezbollah and Hamas would increaseand the containment of Iranian influence throughout the Middle East would become more difficult The Iranian regime needs to be persuaded that it will become more isolatedmore penalised and more vulnerable to internal unrest if it chooses to test and deploy nuclear weapons Unilateral US or Israeli action cannot produce this effect Only a united international frontbacked by ever tougher sanctionsand the promise of more to come if Iran crossed such a thresholdcan make the regime think twice before doing so Over the longer termIran will be brought into full conformity with its obligations under the Nuclear Non-proliferation Treaty only under a new and more moderate regime The best way for the United States to promote such a development is to support the democratisation of EgyptTunisiaLibyaYemen and Syriawhere regimes have fallen or are totteringand where the US has the access and the potential influence it lacks inside Iran While awaiting such a change in Iranthe United States must continue to demonstrate to the regime that crossing the nuclear threshold will only increase its isolationimpoverish its population and further increase its vulnerability to internally driven regime change Nader is a senior policy analyst at the RAND Corporation Dobbinsa former US assistant secretary of stateis director of the International Security and Defence Policy Centre at RAND For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Rohit Alok | Mumbai | Published: February 20 2017 2:14 am Top News Rising mercury levels in the city made for yet another sweltering day on Sunday with maximum temperatures peaking at 388 degrees Celsius Mumbai is currently one of the five hottest big cities in the country and the hottest in Maharashtra Watch what else is in the news The maximum temperature recorded was 86 degrees Celsius above normal India Meteorological Department (IMD) data indicated IMD officials said the current “heat phenomenon” in Mumbai was mainly due to strong easterly winds that were forcing the sea breeze to set in late On Saturday too the city had recorded a maximum temperature of 388 degrees Celsius The weather station in Santacruz Sunday recorded a minimum of 195 degrees Celsius while the maximum was 388 degrees Celsius In Colaba the minimum was 232 degrees Celsius and maximum 382 degrees Celsius The humidity level in Colaba was 90 per cent while in Santacruz it was at 64 per cent “The late setting in of the sea breeze which brings in some coolness is the reason behind the higher temperatures The easterly component of winds are strong and they are countering the sea breeze” said VK Rajeev director western region IMD IMD officials said while the sea breeze usually sets in at 1 pm at present it was setting in after 2 pm Until February 13 maximum temperatures had been hovering around 32 degrees Celsius In a span of six days the temperature shot up by 8 degrees Celsius The Met department said there was an anti-cyclone wind circulation over Mumbai which was one of the reasons why parts of north Konkan such as Dahanu were also witnessing high temperatures Rajeev said the city would experience the excess heat till Tuesday The IMD added that the all-time record for the hottest February day is 396 degrees Celsius which was recorded on February 25 1996 For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Silverstone | Published: July 16 2017 2:40 pm Toto Wolff indicated also that Hamilton could do as he pleases so long as he delivers on the track (Source: Reuters) Top News Mercedes team boss Toto Wolff spoke out staunchly in defence of Lewis Hamilton on Saturday rejecting media criticism of his star driver as insulting wrong and unfair The Austrian indicated also that Hamilton could do as he pleases so long as he delivers on the track Speaking to reporters after the triple world champion took pole position at the British Grand Prix for the third year in a row the Austrian slammed ‘rubbish stories’ questioning Hamilton’s relations with the team The Briton was given a rough ride by the media earlier in the week for missing a promotional F1 event in London one that Ferrari title rival Sebastian Vettel and all the other drivers attended Some coverage has pointed at trouble in the team highlighting Wolff’s decision to attend a birthday party for Vettel after the German drove into Hamilton’s car in Azerbaijan Wolff said the driver — who is 20 points behind Vettel after nine races — had discussed everything with him and acted with full permission “We had a chat at the beginning of the week whether it was good or not good to go to the event” he said “After five years together I think the most important is that he feels at ease because that is how he extracts performance on race weekends “Questioning whether a three-time world champion that has just broken Ayrton Senna’s pole record and is going to beat Schumacher’s record understands how he should prepare himself is an insult “I give him freedom to organise his days in a way he wants If he feels that staying away from a Formula One environment being with his friends…helps him to extract performance in Silverstone then so be it” Wolff said there had never been an issue within the team and the driver was ‘in a great place’ even if he polarised opinion Hamilton whose pole left him one off Michael Schumacher’s all-time record of 68 jetted off to the Greek island of Mykonos with friends during the London event Chasing a record-equalling fifth British Grand Prix victory and fourth in a row at Silverstone he has enjoyed his annual love-in with the home fans Wolff suggested Red Bull boss Christian Horner had been up to “a bit of mischief” in highlighting Hamilton’s absence at the London event heard few boos and saw no backlash ahead of Sunday’s race “He took a decision for his championship and the way he’s been treated in certain media is wrong” said Wolff “And not fair “Before his home race at Silverstone after rough weekends in Austria and Baku to be treating the local superstar and hero in that way is absolutely against how I see things” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Published: August 25 2017 11:34 pm Bhuvneshwar Kumar scored his maiden ODI half-century during India’s three-wicket win over Sri Lanka Related News India vs Sri Lanka Bhuvneshwar Kumar Rohit Sharma MS Dhoni sports news cricket Indian Express India while chasing the modest total of 231 in 47 overs were left tottering at 131/7 after Akil Danajaya ripped apart their top and middle order The leggie scalped a total of six wickets in the innings The Virat Kohli-led Indian side were cruising at one stage when openers Shikhar Dhawan and Rohit Sharma provided them with a partnership of 109 runs for the first wicket But a flurry of wickets saw India in a spot of bother at Pallekele Eventually it was Kumar and Dhoni’s unbeaten stand that took them over the line In a videoby BCCItv Bhuvneshwar while interacting with Rohit Sharma revealed what was going in his mind when he went out to bat in the middle Rohit Sharma: What was going on in your mind when you were batting Did you have special chat with MS (Dhoni) Bhuvneshwar Kumar: Not really because I knew what’s need to be done when I got in in the middle I knew that if I can play 15-20 overs it was a good chance for us to win the match Rohit: What do you make of the wicket Was it changed quite a bit when you were batting Bhuvneshwar: I was seeing the ball really nice and it was easy for me to bat on this wicket than to bowl Rohit: After seeing so many wickets going down to Akila Danajaya did you make any specific plans to play him Bhuvneshwar: I was playing him keeping the googly in mind But I was worried about Malinga more as I’m not able to pick his slower balls Rohit: Are you happy with your bowling so far in the series Bhuvneshwar: I’m trying to do a lot of things I haven’t got wickets in the last two games but I’m happy to do what I’m doing India lead the five-match series 2-0 and would now look to take an unassailable lead when they meet the hosts on Sunday For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related News Luke Ronchi,Pinjore police station,twitter." 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