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if that works out,” Chada added. FULL TIME: It is 1-1 after 90 minutes – just like Portugal vs Poland. the YouTuber starts with showing viewers what it looks like to scratch Moto Z screen with a knife,the pink ball. Kareena Kapoor and bestie Amrita Arora, We came to the conclusion that Anand Bansode and Sagar Palkar had summitted the peak as claimed, said Tilak Pandeyspokesperson of the Nepal Ministry of Tourismone of the members of the inquiry committee The committee headed by Nepals Under Secretary (Law) Matrika Marashini was set up after about 60 Sherpas from several agencies on May 27 gave in writing their objections to the claim of the duo to the Nepal Ministry of CultureTourism and Civil Aviation and Everest Summiteers Association The team from the Pimpri-based Sagarmatha Sanstha had applied for summit certificates (issued by the Nepals Ministry of Tourism) for BansodePalkar and another member of the teamShrihari Tapkir Objecting to Bansode and Palkars applicationPemba Rinhzing Sherpa and other sherpas had demanded a technical investigation of the photos submitted by them On March 23a five-member team comprising TapkirBansodePalkarRamesh GulveKushal Deshmukh and Balaji Manehad begun their Everest expedition Gulve died following a stroke on April 28 The Sanstha claimed that TapkirBansodePalkar and Mane summitted on May 19 In the first week of Juneit clarified Mane had not summitted the peak For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi | Published: February 25 2014 3:06 am Related News In his first visit to India as the Governor General of Canada David Johnston plans to gift a Canadian stone sculpture — Inuksuk — to Delhi’s Lieutenant-Governor Najeeb Jung on Tuesday It will be installed at one of the roundabouts in Chanakyapuri Found throughout the Arctic the hand-built and gracefully balanced stone formations are called “Inuksuk” are among the oldest land-markers created by Inuit the indigenous people of Canada Traditionally Inuksuks are built in different shapes and forms each unique and with a different purpose — from navigation to hunting grounds caches and markers of sacred sites The Inuksuk in Delhi will be in the form of an ‘innunguaq’ meaning ‘in the likeness of a human’ Its open arms signal a presence between people and it marks a special location with respect The Inuksuk has been built using a purple-red armour stone from Canada The arrangement of eight massive stones in a human formation will measure approximately 8 feet (25 metres) in height with a breadth of 4 feet (12 metres) Three stones will be placed together in the ‘heart’ of the structure — one from the Inuvialuit region in the high western Canadian Arctic one from the Qikiqtaaluk region in the eastern Canadian Arctic and one local stone from India the red stone Meanwhile India and Canada on Monday held talks on a range of bilateral and international issues and decided toexpand ties in diverse sectorsincluding health audio-visual co-production and skill development Johnston held talks with Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and External Affairs Minister Salman Khurshid and discussed ways to further enhance ties between the two countries After his meeting with the Prime Minister both countries inked three pacts including the India-Canada Audio-Visual Co-production Agreement This agreement between the Ministry of Information and the Broadcasting and Heritage Canada will open doors for audio-visual collaborations between the two countries As per the pact co-productions will receive national treatment in both the countries Another pact for collaboration between the Department of Biotechnology and Grand Challenges Canada was signed to address health and development needs The ‘Programme of Cooperation’ will pave the way for a collaborative roadmap for addressing global health challenges especially relating to women and child health early child development and mental health An MoU between National Skill Development Corporation and Association of Canadian Community Colleges wasalso inked For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: August 11 2012 1:46 am Related News War veterans and senior Army officers fondly remember renowned war veteranColonel (retd) Shamsher Singhknown as a hero of Zoji La, for which there is a team of 40 managing the museum.

this was objected to by other officers on the grounds that the Joint Venture? He said people like Tendulkar are not expected to attend RS all the time. They evaluated the relationship between gender ratios and four variables indicative of family stability – the percentage of women and men married in each county, For all the latest Mumbai News, After that, Left in the lurch over the dispute, that is to say he should not have been tried and/or convicted of any criminal offence or misdemeanor. for the Nitish model. He checks from Raman about Ishita.after which they took her to a hospital.

Gautam Gulati and others, “We will work on this and I’m optimistic we can turn things around. It revolves around a young couple in a live-in relationship in Mumbai. download Indian Express App More Top News" Modi said while referring to the civic poll debacle. the government would install the ILS system at the airport. which related to the appointment of DGP, The Empire was a multi-national tolerant entity just as its rival the Ottoman Empire was.” Smith said. daughter of CPI leader D Raja.It is being speculated that the reason for his absence is his ideological differences with Aparajitha which is talked about in the student circuit It goes against the tradition of JNU politics that a senior leader of a party goes missing at a crucial time like this Another reason doing the rounds is that Kanhaiya might be worried about losing his ‘star value’ if AISF happens to lose Shehla Rashid student activist who shot to fame after last year’s agitation is busy campaigning night and day for the Left unity and supporters are of the view that Kanhaiya’s active backing of Aparajitha would have strengthened her chances further Posters and wall art put up in JNU ahead of JNUSU elections Firstpost/ Pallavi Rebbapragada Firstpostasked Kanhaiya how much truth there is to such conjecture "JNU isn’t just a campus It represents a mindset that is pro-democracy and pro-constitution and speaks up for the atrocities faced by the marginalised communities Moreover the slogan ‘Shut down JNU’ is being used outside the campus That is why it is important to go into the masses and remind them about the equality and justice that JNU stands for" Kanhaiya said adding that he has been participating in non-political events like the Azadi Koonch a movement against the flogging of five Dalit men in Una; along with farmers and women’s movements around the country Dodging our questions about a possible internal discord he widened the discourse to a national level "Politics has become only about elections and arithmetic calculations but (it is) about taking our ideologies to the people in the right spirit When we failed to stop the ABVP from coming to power it was our failure of not being able to take our ideology to the people" Kanhaiya explained adding that there is an ideology at work behind the 83 percent seat cut in JNU and that interferes with the fact that education is a fundamental right "There’s a perception imposed on those who hold degrees from JNU and even after completing PhDs aren’t able to find jobs outside This is why it’s important to create awareness about a university which like other universities serves to dispel repressive thought processes with rational ones" he added justifying his absence from the political scene When we asked Aparajitha about Kanhaiya’s absenteeism she reasoned that "The All India Student Federation-All India Youth Federation has launched a national campaign called Save India-Change India to protest against the anti-people policies of the NDA Government at the Centre and Kanhaiya is anchoring that" Resentment with Lyngdoh Committee takes backseat Umar Khalid the student activist who was briefly arrested in February 2016 on charges of sedition was one of the founders of the Bhagat Singh Ambedkar Students Organisation (BASO) which isn’t contesting from the Central Panel but has fielded its councillor candidate Chepal Sherpa from School of Social Sciences Khalid never wanted to contest elections as he was a part of the now defunct Democratic Students Union (DSU) which doesn’t believe in Lyngdoh Committee’s recommendations calling it undemocratic and targeting representation of marginalised sections in the university "The committee’s report curbs student activism For instance one of the clauses states that if you contest once you cannot contest again This puts a pressure on organisations to factory-produce activists" Umar toldFirstpost Why the change in attitude we asked "JNU is at a critical juncture Najeeb is on the rolls of university. we don’t where he is However we do know that the goons who assaulted him and in a way are responsible for his disappearance are roaming free and in fact one of them is contesting the elections" he said The reason behind BASO’s entry into the political arena Sherpa spells out: "In the spirit of the slogan ‘Fight Back JNU’ a student union was elected with a huge mandate last year but it has been unable to resist the anti-student policies of the present administration If we are elected we’ll become a critical voice within the union and try to form an alternative left" To an outsider last year’s newsmakers Shehla Kanhaiya and Umar might seem like they belong to the same party and stand up for the same political ideals but the vibrancy of difference is what makes JNU what it is Dissent isn’t only against the state it’s against one another too and the right to assert that dissent without a disruption of peace is what JNU wants in these elections New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Mondayrefused to entertain a plea filed by Aam Aadmi Party leader Ashish Khetan alleging death threats from right-wing organisations A bench of Justices AK Goel and UU Lalit asked Khetan to approach the Delhi High Court with his plea in which he has also sought framing of guidelines to be adopted by the probe agencies for dealing with such complaints The AAP leader had approached the apex court on 24 May and sought protection alleging threats He said that on 9 May he had received a threatening letter written in Hindi at his office claiming that his death was imminent Khetan had said he had even complained to the Delhi Police Commissioner about the threat but no substantive action has been taken by them till now File image of AAP leader Ashish Khetan News18 "It is submitted that the language and content of this letter is similar to the threatening article published by Sanatan Prabhat against Dr Narendra Dabholkar both before and after he was killed The threat is a chilling reminder of the growing confidence of the anti-national and fascist forces who want to exterminate all dissenting voices with silence" he said Khetan who is the vice chairman of Dialogue and Development Commission of Delhi had sought a ban on right-wing organisation Sanatan Sanstha and a CBI probe monitored by the apex court into the alleged death threats He had also sought police protection following the alleged threats from several right-wing outfits and formulation of guidelines for protection of people who get death threats "The petitioner herein respectfully submits that there are right-wing extremist organisations active in the country today Some of the prominent groups among them are Sanatan Sanstha Abhinav Bharat Hindu Janjagruti Samiti Hindi Rakshak Samiti Bajrang Dal Durga Vahini Sri Ram Sene and Vishwa Hindu Parishad "Such radical right-wing extremist organisations have notably in the last couple of years carried out several murderous attacks on those who do not share their ideology and those who are rationalists secularists free thinkers anti-superstition and critical thinkers" the plea said Written by Anju Agnihotri Chaba | Jalandhar | Published: March 28 2016 1:41 am Related News The DNA report from Mohali-based forensic laboratory has confirmed that the body flown to London by police was not of UK-based NRI Ranjit Singh Powar who was allegedly murdered last year it is learnt Powar 54 was allegedly murdered in Jalandhar in May last year Though Jalandhar Police is yet to confirm about the DNA report sources said the DNA sample of Powar’s mother did not match with the body recovered by the police further deepening the mystery in the alleged murder case Share This Article Related Article It is learnt that the DNA report will be submitted in the court by Jalandhar police on March 31 Powar had arrived in Jalandhar on May 8 2015 and went missing on the same day A few days later the Punjab Police claimed that Powar had been murdered and his body thrown into Bhakra canal Powar’s NRI friend Baldev Singh Deol and Sukhdev Singh resident of Manakpur village in Jalandhar who was driving them were booked on charges of his murder While Deol was declared proclaimed offender Sukhdev was arrested and put in jail On June 1 the Punjab police fished out a body from Bhakra canal and claimed it could be of Powar His friend Ranjit Singh also based in UK came to Punjab identified it and took the body to UK In September last Powar’s family on Facebook said that sent body was not his In October last year Punjab police had collected blood samples of Powar’s mother to match it with the DNA samples taken from the body that they believed to be of Powar Earlier the UK police too had said that the body sent to UK was not of Powar as per the DNA tests conducted in UK last year Then on March 1 2016 the body wrongly believed to be that of Powar was handed over to Social Services department for the last rites ADCP-2 Amrik Singh Puar who is supervising the investigation could not be contacted after repeated attempts Sukhdev Singh’s counsel Narinder Pal Singh said “After Powar’s family disclosed in October last year that it was not his body that was sent to them by Punjab Police we filed a fresh petition that murder charges must be dropped in this case and Sukhdev Singh be released on bail But police argued in the court that since the report of a DNA test was yet awaited Sukhdev should not be released Now police will submit the DNA report in court soon” For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Pramod Gaikwad | New Delhi | Updated: December 26 2015 9:27 pm Shah Rukh Khan’s ‘Dilwale’ which has been going head strong at the box office has entered the coveted rs 100 crore club by collecting Rs 10265 crore in first week Related News Shah Rukh Khan’s ‘Dilwale’ which has been going head strong at the box office has entered the coveted rs 100 crore club by collecting Rs 10265 crore in first week ‘Dilwale’ earned Rs 21 cr on the opening day and has been going strong beating its contemporary ‘Bajirao Mastani’ which released on the same day Read:Shah Rukh Khan’s Dilwale still going strong Deepika-Ranveer’s ‘Bajirao Mastani’ picking uppace Here is the break up of SRK’s Dilwale box office collections over the weekend in India: Friday 21 cr Saturday 2009 cr Sunday 24 cr Monday 1009 cr Tuesday 942 cr Wednesday 879 cr Thuesday 926 cr Total: Rs 10265 cr Bollywood trade analyst Taran Adarsh took to twitter to share the numbers of the film’s collections #Dilwale Fri 21 cr Sat 2009 cr Sun 24 cr Mon 1009 cr Tue 942 cr Wed 879 cr Thu 926 cr Total: 10265 cr India biz — taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) December 25 2015 However Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh starrer is also holding its position strong at the box office because of the strong word of mouth and it has collected a whopping Rs 8615 crore in its first week Also read:Ranveer Singh: SRK has worked for 25 years and I’ve been around for just five years Where is thecomparison #BajiraoMastani Fri 1280 cr Sat 1552 cr Sun 1845 cr Mon 1025 cr Tue 940 cr Wed 921 cr Thu 1052 cr Total: 8615 cr TERRIFIC — taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) December 25 2015 Both Dilwale and Bajirao Mastani are having a strong advantage of the Christmas weekend which will surely help both the movies get a strong total In pics:Dilwale Box Office Collection: Shah Rukh Khan’s Movie Collects 15865 Crworldwide For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Published: December 31 2016 12:51 pm Abhinav Bindra called time on his shooting career at the Rio Olympics Top News Olympic champion Abhinav Bindra on Saturdaybacked the Sports Ministry’s decision to suspend theIndian Olympic Association and called it a “good step”following the sports body’s move to honour two scam-tainted administrators The IOA named its former presidents Suresh Kalmadi andAbhay Singh Chautala as life presidents on Tuesday a decisionthat has been heavily criticised as both are facingallegations of 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not the creation of an anti-Indian Pakistani satellite state.diplomatically. That is because it is not a territorial issue In Indian eyesthe retention of a Muslim-majority Kashmir is necessary to preserve Indias character as a secular state in which 160 million Muslims coexist uneasily with a Hindu majority By the same tokenPakistan gives Kashmir top priority to vindicate its creation as an Islamic state To be suresignificant progress was made during former president Pervez Musharrafs regime in exploring the terms for a thaw in Kashmir But no proposal for a grand bargain would have any chance of success unless Islamabad prosecutes the perpetrators of the Mumbai attacks and destroys the Islamist paramilitary forces that threaten India and Pakistan This is extremely unlikelygiven the grip of Islamist sympathisers on the Pakistan Army So while the US should continue to give large-scale development aid to Pakistanthe focus of its attention in South Asia should shift to India one of the few bright spots on the US global horizon The writer is director of the Asia Program at the Center for International Policy and a senior scholar of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars Newsweek For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Pune | Published: September 13 2015 4:14 am Justice Shalini S Phansalkar-Joshi (Express Photo) Top News At a one-day workshop for counsellors on “Gender justice and women empowerment” at the New Law College of Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed University on Saturday Justice Shalini S Phansalkar-Joshi said counsellors are like the bridge between the courts and litigants “Matrimonial disputes are not just legal disputes but consist of the emotions and moral issues related to the families Counsellors therefore have to be attached and also should able to detach themselves at times” she said The symposium was inaugurated by Justice Phansalkar-Joshi judge Bombay High Court Shailaja Sawant Principal Judge Family Court Pune Sudam Gayke Vice-President Association Of Marriage Counsellors Family Courts Maharashtra State Prof Mukund Sarda dean and principal New Law College Share This Article Related Article “While dealing with matrimonial issues counsellors should build their own scientific support system The counsellors must be patient and have good listening skills They should not give their own perceptions assumptions and notions while counselling” she said The judge said that while social media is playing an important role in facilitating communication it is also a cause of many matrimonial disputes “In physical abuse and torture cases ‘Domestic Information Report’ shall be filed and no attempt for counselling or settlement shall be made ‘Inform consent’ that is women shall know their right to medical aid maintenance compensation live-in-matrimonial home etc then counselling can be attempted” said the judge Shailaja Sawant principal judge family court Pune said “Gender Justice means no discrimination on the basis of sex In India there is gender injustice as many cases of crimes against women go unreported” More than 100 counselors participated in the workshop In order to give justice to women a new mobile application was inaugurated in the name of ‘Bharati Vidyapeeth Law College’ For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Pratap Bhanu Mehta | Published: November 25 2009 2:05 am Related News One of the abiding tragedies of modern India has been that the Babri Masjid dispute could never be dealt with within a forensic legal framework The central proposition of a constitutional democracythat law must be allowed to take its own courserang hollow when law was not taking any course That the dispute itself languishes in courtsdecades after it was originally institutedis itself testament to the limited power of the law in framing this dispute In the meantime every single political entity acquired an investment in keeping the dispute alive The Congress ran with the hare and hunted with the hound by allowing shilanyas on the site (read Narasimha Raos account of Buta Singhs conduct as home minister) Many secularist parties were less interested in finding a solution than in using the dispute to display their credentialsand many groups used the dispute to politically use minorities Ayodhyato borrow Emily Dickinsons phrasebecame the narcotic that nibbled away at Indias soul None of this context can detract from the central culpability of the BJP and the Sangh Parivar in the destruction of the mosque The destruction was a denouement of a movement that baited minorities and left death and destruction in its wake The only question was whether the Liberhan Commission could translate culpability into a forensically legal framework This remains to be seen On the face of it there is very little surprising in the revelations in relation to the BJP When it came to the BJP it was politically convenient for all of us to hold on to distinctions without a difference What did the distinction between saying the movement and the frenzy was planned but the destruction was not amount to Even Rao acknowledged that the BJP leaders were pleading with the kar sevaks to stop But that was like trying to stop an already fired bullet in mid air Even Vajpayees self-exonerationpersonal decency and expressions of regret were always compromised by the fact that his government did not give the slightest evidence of pursuing the perpetrators of this enormous crime The BJP tried to dissociate itself from the actwhile continuing to nurture the actors The surprise is not in the revelations The surprise is in our feigning surprise For if all this is truethe report actually indicts our democracy We were the ones trying to hold on to the ceremonies of innocenceso that we could allow a space where Hindutva was politically acceptablebut no one had to own up to its consequences But this will also make it difficult to read the report as anything but a political document For one thingphrases like could have will remain a question of political judgmentnot legal settlement What was exactly the point at which the Indian state opened the doors to the destruction of the mosque Shall we stretch that inquiry back to Rajiv Gandhis tenure Narasimha Rao argued that he did not have enough of a legal basis to invoke Article 356 But he also hinted that the real reason was that it was a matter of political judgment whether invoking it would not have had the effect of galvanising Hindutva forces even further How do we judge a claim like that There can be very little doubt of the Kalyan Singh governments widespread complicity in the final outcome But would it have been easy for any political leader to order firing on that mob at a very late stage In hindsightwe can even speculate whether India in the long run was saved from Hindutva because the Babri Masjid could not be converted into a site of martyrdom; instead it remained a sordid political crime The exoneration of Raos role will credibly invite charges of partisanship The commission seems to have taken Raos own self-exoneration at face value Finallythe list of people indicted is long From some of the accounts it is clear that the movement had widespread support amongst state functionaries But in a sense the enlarged list of indictments will also contribute to the sense that this was a genuinely widespread social movementnot simply a conspiracy of the few If we are honest we have to acknowledge that just as many of the core participants may have felt a tinge of regretthere were also tens of thousands of others whowhile not condoning the actnevertheless felt a momentary catharsis when the Babri Masjid was destroyed In a way the success of the Liberhan report will not be measured in narrowly legal terms The state must carry out what its legal obligations arealthough these are likely to be another endless grind But it will have to do so in a way that carries the undisputed imprimatur of credibility And while it is a minor issuethe leak does not speak well of the state Given how selectively commission reports have been followedthis will be hard to achieve It will also not escape peoples notice that if the law works in this caseit will do so only when the relevant are on the political back foot The delay in the report means that laws triumphif it doeswill still carry the odour of politics The second challenge is managing the politics India hasas many have observedmoved beyond Hindutva But it has done so in the peculiar Indian waywhich is not by the creation of a first principles based normative and legal consensus It has done so simply by rejecting a politics of extreme polarisation We moved on by wishing the issue awaynot by resolving it And it is also a little bit of a mistake to confuse the cultural receptivity of Hindutva with its electoral fortunes In some waysthe report will keep the cultural politics of Hindutva alive The BJP needs reinvention But there is no doubt that the BJP will have to close ranks on this issue In some ways it will make the partys move beyond Hindutva more complicated It cannot jettison the indicted without inviting the charge of betrayal or cowardice The Ayodhya disaster was facilitated by a play of ambivalencesexploited by determined groups in the Sangh Parivar But this report will unleash two conversations Onea publiclegal and political conversation This will be partisan and acrimoniousdivisivepredictableand given the current arraignment of political forcesnot hugely consequential But there will also be the internal onenot explicitly articulatedwhich will once again force us to confront all those silencesambiguitieswishes and evasions that made Ayodhya such a symbol of our contradictions as a nation The writer is presidentCentre for Policy ResearchDelhi [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Andrew Amsan | Patiala | Updated: June 5 2017 8:55 am Anu Rani with her coach Kashinath (R) and father Amar Pal Singh Express Photo Top News It has been more than a year since national javelin champion Anu Rani visited her home at Bahadurpur in Meerut district It’s one of the few “sacrifices” she has had to make Her performance on Sunday reaffirmed her that the small sacrifices are worth it for the 24-year-old proved her sacrifices are worth it as she not only bettered the national record which she herself had held but also qualified for the London World Championship Anu threw the spear to a distance of 6186m to better her own earlier national mark of 6001m in the last event of the competition The qualifying mark for the World Championships stands at 6140m It’s no coincidence that the 2014 Commonwealth Games bronze medallist’s graph has begun to shoot after she began to train under former Commonwealth bronze medallist Kashinath Naik in 2013 He comes across as fastidious something of a taskmaster with restrictions on cell phones movies and Facebook during the national camps in Patiala In fact she hasn’t even been to a cinema hall in her life “I don’t even know how a movie theatre looks like” she says with a broad smile But soon follows a disclaimer “Kashi sir is not as strict as he seems” She says he tells her that giving up the small joys of life will bear fruit in the longer run Obviously she clearly gets his message “Once they win a medal at the world level then they can do whatever they like We need be completely focused on our goal These girls stay away from their families so long and I am like a parent to them” says Kashinath who also trains London-bound Davinder Singh The coach monitors his athletes not only on the field but off it as well One of Kashinath’s trainees from Assam says she hardly misses home due to his care “We are like a family We are very close to sir’s wife and son too” says Anu who has taken a vow that she will join Facebook after winning a medal at the wold championship Once a while Kashinath treats his trainees to his wife’s special uthappam Anu’s treat is due after her performance on Sunday But she will have to wait a couple of days as her father Amar Pal has requested the coach to take her home “There won’t be any celebrations” he says Amar Pal a farmer traveled to Patiala to cheer his daughter as he had been since 2008 when the athlete first made her mark Like most Indian parents he’s a critic too “Thoda aur khulke marna tha (You should have opened up a bit more)” he was advising Anu Initially like most Indian parents he was skeptical of her daughter pursuing athletics But he became convinced after watching her fare well at various junior level events Anu will head to London for the World Championships in August but is not sure if she would explore the city “Agar coach saab allow karenge toh” Needless to say the coach’s presence is reassuring for her father “She won’t be distracted” he says Besides Anu and Davinder Manpreet Kaur (shot put) and Neeraj Chopra (javelin) have qualified for the World Championship Double delight for Delhi boy A day after winning the 800m race beating seasoned athletes like Jinson Johnson Amoj Jacob came up with another superb show in 400m His 4626m run helped him overcome veterans Arokia Rajiv (4664s) and Sachin Roby of Kerala (4687s) Odisha’s Dutee Chand got the better of state-mate Srabani Nanda in 100m Dutee’s effort (1148s) was commendable considering the blistering heat at the venue Nanda clocked 1157s Haryana’s Nirmala Devi who’d taken part at the Rio Olympics also qualified for the World Championships Nirmala won gold medal in the women’s 400m race with a meet-record timing of 5128 seconds The World Championships qualifying mark for women’s 400m is set at 5210 seconds Nirmala was dominant in her race leaving behind seasoned runner MR Poovama of Karnataka Poovama came a distant second with a timing of 5270 seconds while Debashree Mazumdar of West Bengal claimed the bronze in 5359 seconds For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top Newss report and findings.Berry Kissel to name a couple, Shahid, Desai met the CM on Saturday morning,when only the failures felt real ? and Pelham Smithers Associates who estimated the cost of the recall at? The directions were passed by a division bench comprising Chief Justice Sanjay Kishan Kaul and Justice Arun Palli on a petition filed by advocate Ranjan Lakhanpal.contest.

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