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the warrior who founded the kingdom in 1380. “As Michelle Obama said in her fabulous speech at the Democratic Convention, North Carolina. in another accident in West Delhi’s Tilak Nagar area, her husband and two-year-old son, days after its previous supply of the drug expired. The case will come up again for hearing on July 21.” reported the Telegraph. attempting to honeytrap and blackmail cricketers into fixing. And it has been a poor season by Nadal’s lofty standards.He came into the French Open ranked at seven in the world and without a European claycourt title for the first time in10 years It was always likely to be a struggle after he underwentsurgery on his appendix in November last year which in turn followed a three-month absence to rest a wrist problem From his second round exit at Wimbledon the 14-timeGrand Slam title winner played just three more tournaments in2014 missing the defence of his US Open title in the process “It’s normal to have people questioning his game now Butif you need a reminder of who he is just look at his career stats and Grand Slams that he has won” said Djokovic “That says enough about his quality as a player and achampion He understands what he needs to do to come back andfight to be the best This is not a big deal He’s 29 andstill has years in front of him” Nadal who will likely slip out of the world top 10 nextweek for the first time since April 2005 is no stranger to rebuilding his often injury-scarred career After losing in the second round at Wimbledon in 2012 hedidn’t play again for eight months due to knee tendinitis His powers of recovery stunned his critics as he racedthrough 2013 winning another French Open and the US Open just two of 10 titles he collected that season which endedwith a 75-7 win/loss record Against all his major rivals his record is still in thecredit column He leads Djokovic 23-21 although the Serb has claimedvictory in six of their last seven meetings He has a 23-10 advantage over Roger Federer winning thelast five and is 15-6 against Murray having come out on top inseven of their last 10 duels “I think Rafa will come back it will take time” saidMurray who faces Djokovic on Friday for a place in the French Open final “He will need wins to build his confidence back up” Murray says he empathises with Nadal after he too waswritten off last year when he was plagued by a back injury “I was getting asked a lot of questions it was the end it was over” added Murray Despite his 7-5 6-3 6-1 loss to Djokovic which came onhis 29th birthday Nadal was adamant that he has plenty of gas left in the tank The likes of Rod Laver and Ken Rosewall won the FrenchOpen after their 30th birthdays but that was in the gentler 1960s and 1970s When Andre Agassi won his 1999 Roland Garros title hehad just passed 29 If Nadal were to clinch a 10th Paris title in 2016 he will have already celebrated being 30 “It’s not a big surprise after a year where I didn’t winenough” said Nadal “I lost here in 2009 I lost in 2015 It’s not the end I hope to be back next year with another chance “I am going to come back next year I will try and becompetitive try to be better prepared and try to arrive with confidence” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Shamik Chakrabarty Devendra Pandey | Kolkata | Mumbai | Updated: February 19 2016 12:52 pm BCCI’s Special General Meeting will be held in Mumbai on Friday (Source: File) Related News As the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) convenes a Special General Meeting (SGM) in Mumbai on Friday to discuss the Justice RM Lodha committee report the state associations are in a mood for a fight They are fine with some of the reforms such as the age clause and the restriction on the number of terms for administrators but will strongly oppose the one-state one-vote recommendation Speaking informally with The Indian Express officials from various state associations said the clause that restricts anyone over 70 from becoming an administrator and the three-terms cap suggestion are acceptable Unsurprisingly however the main opposition is regarding the proposal that seeks to restrict a state to just one vote Some states such as Maharashtra and Gujarat have three associations The report also proposes that the BCCI relegate the additional associations and others such as Railways and Services to non-voting Associate members “We respect the Lodha panel and are giving importance to it State associations do have their own problems in their minds We will have a discussion on it and a practical view will be taken” IPL chairman Rajeev Shukla said READ: DDCA take on Lodha reforms runs into controversy The consensus among the Indian cricket hierarchy and also the state associations is that the absolute implementation of the Lodha report is “impossible” for it would be “against the very fabric of the BCCI” The members look determined to stonewall the proposed structural changes Orissa Cricket Association (OCA) secretary Ashirwad Behera has urged all state units and affiliates to join hands with the parent body and become a party to the case as the cricket board has been asked by the Supreme Court to file its response by March 3 regarding the absolute implementation of the committee recommendations Behera will officially put forward the proposal to his fellow board members to become ‘intervenor’ now that the BCCI seriously mulls legal options to safeguard its existing structure “Yes this would be my proposal at the SGM State associations have their own constitutions but here we are fighting a common battle and we should be a direct party to it” Behera said READ: Ganguly has ‘no conflict of interest’ A former BCCI legal counsel believes that if the SGM stands united against the cricket body’s structural overhaul it would be difficult for the apex court to thrust upon some of the recommendations (on the board’s constitutional/structural changes) for that would be “violative of the Fundamental Rights under the Constitution of India and law of the land” “Going by the Supreme Court’s clarification on Fundamental Rights the BCCI has the ‘right to be continued to be associated with only those whom the members voluntarily admit into the association’ Simply put it’s the cricket board’s discretion which association gets the affiliation and which one is left out Also right to form an association is a Fundamental Right which falls under Article 19 (I) (C)” said the lawyer Beyond the News: What’s wrong with one man one post The bench of Chief Justice TS Thakur and Justice FMI Kalifullah however has directed the BCCI to “fall in line” The judges have found the Lodha committee recommendations “straight rational and understandable” that “deserve respect” They also said “there is no reason to disagree with the committee The observations came with a warning that if the cricket administrators fail to act then the court will have the same committee to implement the recommendations Pick and choose reforms “What the judges (the two-member bench) said the other day was just an advice not an order” said the ex-board counsel BCCI vice-president G Gangaraju also the secretary of the Andhra Cricket Association reveals that they intend to pick and choose as far as the implementation of the Lodha panel proposals is concerned “Yes we have to pick and choose Some recommendations like transparency and adhering to the code of ethics are very acceptable At the same time we have to safeguard our foundation So we can’t implement the clauses that intend to overhaul the whole system The BCCI wouldn’t have been the best cricket body in the world riding on a faulty system” he said adding: “We don’t want any confrontation At the same time we have every right to protect our own interest Also this is a major issue and the members need to discuss it threadbare which requires time I think the court will give us time” The BCCI had asked state associations to discuss the Lodha Committee report seek legal opinion and send their feedback Some associations have already responded while a few will make a submission on Friday Members to question Big-3’s dismantling The emergent working committee meeting is expected to be a heated affair as South Zone will question the Shashank Manohar-suggested ICC revamp without seeking the board’s views or approval on the same Manohar who took over from N Srinivasan said the financial formula where the big three — India England and Australia — took the major share of the revenue pie from world cricket would be discontinued and a more equitable distribution would be put in place Unsurprisingly many state associations didn’t like the idea of Manohar as they would be financially hit after the revenue reduction The associations also want to know why Manohar decided to give 6% of ICC revenue received by the Indian board back to the ICC For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Madhuparna Das | Kolkata | Published: April 29 2015 12:28 am Trinamool supporters celebrate in Kolkata on Tuesday Source: Express Photo by Partha Paul) Related News The overwhelming victory for the Trinamool Congress in the KMC polls came with a minor jolt to the party with it losing four important municipal wards — all falling in Bhawanipore and Rashbehari state assembly segments Two of these four wards fall in Bhawanipore the Assembly constituency of Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee Bhawanipore has eight KMC wards among which Trinamool has lost two — Wards 70 and 77 While Wards 70 86 and 87 were won by BJP candidates Ward 77 went to Forward Bloc’s Shamima Rehan Khatun This after the party mobilised its best leaders — Firhad Hakim Baishwanar Chatterjee Sovan Deb Chattopadhyay Subrata Mukherjee and Subrata Bakshai — to campaign for the polls Mamata’s family members including her brothers Kartik Ganesh and Swapan Banerjee with nephew Abhishek Banerjee too had held several public rallies in these areas Share This Article Related Article Bhawanipore and Rashbehari have long been considered as TMC’s strongest citadel But the BJP had gained ground in these wards in the 2014 Lok Sabha elections A close look at the results in these wards indicated that BJP has managed to maintain its 2014 winning margin in these areas “This has made the joy of winning bitter” said a south Kolkata Trinamool leader who feared that the party will conduct a post poll post-mortem and fix responsibility for the losses Former KMC chairman and TMC leader Sachchidananda Banerjee lost to BJP’s Ashim Bose in Ward 70 Bose won the ward — falling in Bhawanipore constituency — by a margin of 1978 votes In 2014 polls BJP had led the ward with around 3000 votes Senior Trinamool leader Baiswanar Chatterjee attributed the defeat to increasing “Gujarati voters” in the area “More than 50 per cent of the voters here are Gujaratis They are Hindi speaking people and naturally are inclined towards BJP… The media is after Ward 70 but it is not saying that we have won most of the wards in Bhawanipore” Regarding Ward 77 Chatterjee said: “This is a traditional seat of the Left Front and it had earlier won the ward” Trinamool has also suffered defeat in Ward 87 — the ward of former mayor and Cabinet minister Subrata Mukherjee The party had fielded his sister Taniya Chatterjee from the ward She lost to BJP candidate Subrata Ghosh who won by only 327 votes In 2014 elections BJP had led the ward by 1288 votes Ghosh a former RSS activist said: “In my ward the turnout was only 52 per cent as people could not come out to cast their votes The ruling party too has a strong presence here However we still won” In Ward 86 BJP candidate Teesta Biswas won Trinamool faced defeat in two more important wards While former deputy mayor Farzana Alam lost to Left candidate in Ward 65 TMC leader Paresh Pal was defeated by Congress councillor Prakash Upadhyay in Ward 29 by 8056 votes CPM leader and Leader of Opposition in KMC Rupa Bagchi lost Ward 32 to Trinamool’s Shanti Ranjan Kundu While Kundu attributed the victory to the “flood of development by TMC government” Bagchi said: “The locals are more upset than me with the result They too cannot believe this But we will not resist the force of the thousands of outsiders and hooligans who captured booths and did not allow people to vote” For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Press Trust of India | Published: December 16 2014 7:51 pm The 21-year-old Sharma (5/51) polished off the Vidarbha tail in a jiffy (Express file) Related News Paceman Sandeep Sharma claimed threewickets in four balls as Punjab took a 37-run first inningslead against Vidarbha and then consolidated it by ending theday three of their Ranji Trophy Group B match at 211for six Vidarbha started the day at 149 for six but they failedto overhaul the Punjab total of 195 and could add only nine runs to their overnight total The 21-year-old Sharma (5/51) polished off the Vidarbhatail in a jiffy scalping all four remaining Vidarbha batsmen to claim a five-for as he dismissed Rakesh Dhruv (7) in thefourth over of the day He then removed Shrikant Wagh (4) Ravikumar Thakur (0)and Swapnil Bandiwar (0) in a space of four balls as Vidarbhainnings folded for 158 Punjab now have overall lead of 248 runs with openerJiwanjot Singh (65) and number eight batsman Gitansh Khera (59not out) striking half-centuries Khera and Siddarth Kaul (2) will resume Punjab inningson Wednesday In their second essay Punjab did not enjoy the best ofthe starts as they lost Manan Vohra (5) and Amitoze Singh (1) in the first few deliveries but opener Jiwanjot Singh (65) andthe middle order batsmen did well to ensure they go into thefinal day with a safe total on the board Jiwanjot faced 141 balls in his patient knock whichincluded seven boundaries Mandeep Singh (25) Gurkeerat Mann (22) and Taruwar Kohli(29) got starts but could not convert them into big ones butKhera kept the ball rolling with his superb innings Khera punished the Vidarbha bowlers with seven shots tothe fence in his 121-ball innings so far Haryana-Maharashtra match set for tense finish Medium pacer Shrikant Mundhe pickedup four wickets to help Maharashtra bowl out hosts Haryana for176 runs in their second innings leaving the Group B RanjiTrophy match evenly poised going into the fourth andfinal day’s play At stumps on the third day Maharsthra were nine for noloss in their second essay in the pursuit of 208 runs for an outright win The visitors still rquire 199 runs for victorywith 10 wickets and a full days play remaining But going by the trend of the match which saw wicketstumbling like pack of cards in the last two days it will be a tall ask for Maharashtra to acieve the target Coming on to bat in the second innings after bowling outMaharashtra for meagre 105 runs in their first essay Haryanabatsmen flopped for the second time in the match as they werebundled out for 176 runs in 521 overs Brief Scores:Haryana: 136 and 176 all out in 521 overs (Kuldeep Hooda39 Sachin Rana 32; Shrikant Mundhe 4/36)?
second day.” KCNA quoted Kim as saying. resting at home in Chappaqua, Related News India’s men’s hockey team will begin their campaign at the Rio 2016 Olympics on August 6 after the schedule was released on Wednesday. Great Britain, members from land development committee feel that any bid to bring the authority under the Mumbai Port Trust’s (MbPT) control would defeat the very purpose of setting up such an agency. bi-sexual trans-gender) community at the PVR Juhu.