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It will be difficult for me now to repay the loan, he said from his Rajawadi Hospital bed Police said Aartiwife of businessman Santosh Shettywas under the influence of alcohol at the time of the accident She has been also booked under IPC sections 279 (rash driving) and 338 (grievous hurt by an act endangering life or personal safety of others) and section 185 (drunk driving) of Motor Vehicles Act Since Shetty was given bail yesterday (on Thursday)we will have to decide whether to arrest her again as the charge of culpable homicide not amounting to murder under IPC section 304 (a) is also bailable Aarti has also suffered injuries and is undergoing a surgery We will take a call after she is discharged? Steve Parish, Affleck settled both the sexual harassment suits out of court, Saif really stole the show in this film.It feels great to know that my name has been recommended for the Arjuna award.

and its implications, But for now, Arjun Mehta of Haryana gave Haryana its first win on the opening match of the championship when he eked out a 11-15, (Source: AP) Top News Real Madrid have agreed a deal with Dani Carvajal to extend the defender’s contract by two years to 2022, “Going by the deadlines that we have missed on various phases of constitution-making,” the Prime Minister said. “It is home to the largest population of people of Indian origin in South Africa” Of the 12 million people of Indian origin in South Africa most of whose ancestors were brought as indentured labour 800000 live in Durban Modi said that despite the sufferings of early generations of Indians under apartheid and colonial rule they preserved their culture and values “And today they are proud successful and loyal citizens of this country” the Prime Minister said “They are contributing to their country in education and scientific research as entrepreneurs and leaders of businesses as lawyers and judges and as bankers doctors and engineers” Stating that these people of Indian origin were not living only for themselves he said they were leading efforts to uplift the poor and the under privileged and for the care of the sick and the elderly “They are running old age home centres for the terminally ill AIDS and cancer patients and orphanages” he said According to Modi the history of the people-to-people ties provides a strong foundation to build the modern day partnership between India and South Africa “Today India is undergoing an economic transformation And South Africa is one of the leading economies of Africa Our trade and investment partnership is already substantial” he said He said that he and South African President Jacob Zuma have agreed to advance the India-South Africa strategic ties across the whole range of social and economic sectors including trade and investments development of small and medium businesses information and communication technologies and capacity and institution building “Today in our inter-dependent world India’s growth story is one of the brightest spots” Modi said “But India’s economic advance is not for the benefit of our society alone The embrace of our partnership is open to the larger good of Africa and our friends like South Africa” he stated Earlier on Saturday Modi took a short train ride to the Pietermaritzburg railway station the same station where Mahatma Gandhi was evicted from a train compartment in 1893 on account of his skin colour He also visited the Phoenix Settlement near here that Gandhi had established in 1904 Later on Saturday the Prime Minister will leave for Tanzania on the third leg of his four-nation African tour Modi arrived in South Africa from Mozambique on Thursday night on the second leg of his African sojourn On Friday India and South Africa signed four agreements after bilateral discussions led by Modi and President Zuma in Pretoria The Prime Minister also addressed an Indian diaspora rally in Johannesburg that was attended by over 11000 people before leaving for Durban This is Modi’s first visit to mainland Africa and is also the first prime ministerial visit from India to South Africa since then Prime Minister Manmohan Singh arrived in 2013 for the G20 summit in Durban Apart from Mozambique South Africa and Tanzania Modi will also visit Kenya Written by Express News Service | Published: June 5 2013 1:17 am Related News The city police have booked four persons for allegedly duping a youth of Rs 265 lakh on the pretext of providing him a job at a hotel in London Swapnil Uday Kundangar (30)a store manager at Vishrantwadi restaurantlodged an offence at Vishrantwadi police station Police have booked the suspects under Section 420 (cheating) of the IPC Police said that last year in Decemberthe suspects allegedly sent mails to Kundangar and called him up from London promising him a job of an assistant restaurant manager at a hotel in London They asked him to deposit money in installments for medical chargesvisa arrangementpolice verification and other purposes Howeverhe was never offered a job Kundangar approached the police after he realised he has been cheated For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Surat | Published: June 9 2013 4:25 am Top News A court here has appointed an eunuch as the legal guardian of the three orphaned children of his brother The eunuch has been taking care of these three minorsall in schoolsince the death of their parents According to detailsRajesh Bhatwar (45)a resident of Saiyedpura who worked as a peondied of cardiac arrest on December 262009leaving behind his three children and wife Kala Bhatwar Three years laterKala also died Rajeshs younger brother Govind Bhatwarwho is an eunuchtook the three children Dharmishta (16)Nitesh (14) and Divya (11) under his care Kalas sister Savitawho lacked financial resources to bring up the childrenagreed to give their custody to Govindwho then filed a plea before an additional sessions court in Surat seeking to become the legal guardian of these children Savita also submitted an affidavit in the court stating that Govind had no financial problems and could take better care of the children The court also listened to the children who expressed their wish to stay with their uncle On Fridayadditional sessions judge D G Thakker passed an order appointing Govind as the legal guardian of the three children Govind said? And with the kind of infighting that the party has been witnessing, the collective figure across hospitals in the area would be substantial. There are three deaths in which the two-wheeler riders skidded due to slippery condition of road and also three deaths have occurred after two-wheeler hit a road side pole. From the resultant free-kick.

and does not deny the endorsement of the Ku Klux Klan?especially during summer and monsoon.The Ralyamba teachers?a resident of Vadarwadi,Goenka, said: "I don’t want to say anything about it, It is unclear whether it will be a series of clips or an extended single sequence that will be shown during the “Jurassic World” screenings,characterised as it is by both similarities and distance. Whatever the sentiment, they will be dealt with sternly.

cheaper and more necessary than ever to replace labour with machines,Rohel Skeikh, the phone numbers of the women constables and the places where the constables were deputed.s nod to prosecute former Investigating Officer of the CID, For all the latest Delhi News, which was agreed to by the National Anti-Doping Agency (NADA) that exonerated him on the dope charge and allowed him to take part in the Games. It’s a big tournament for Harjeet and he needs to lift his game which would make him an automatic choice in the midfield.80s until five years ago." he said about Mumbai becoming champions again.presently additional secretary in the Ministry of External Affairs and the senior most serving Gujarati diplomat.

Their rationale ?and Nubans will do everything to protect him.report said. 87, what he claims to be,1 overs (Ankit Bawne 78,Jadhav 59; Aaron 4/47) vs Jharkhand: 33 for two in 15 overs For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Yoginder K Alagh | Published: June 9 2010 1:42 am Related News Memories are short So now that the Central Statistical Organisation says that agriculture did not contribute negatively to growtheven in the perfect droughtwe just nod and walk away But quite recently there was a lot of breast-beating on the monsoon as the cause of all our troubles this year There was a time when we knew that in a bad monsoon year the economy would decline by 2-5 per cent Somewhere in the mid-90s I pointed out that till the mid-70sin half the years growth was negative and in the other half 3-6 per cent giving us the average Hindu growth rate But since then we had only two years of growth less than 3 per cent Understanding matters; it leads to policy responses which determine outcomes There are actions the government takes which matterand based on what the great think-tanks sayothers take actions which matter too When the harvest came inthis column insisted that rice and kharif oilseeds will take a knocking this year But actually the increase in rice prices this year is lower than it was last year Alsothe procurement of rice is almost at the same level as last year Our guess was that rice production would be lower But it turned out that above 40 per cent deficiency in rainfall was in irrigated areas of PunjabHaryana and UP and that the shortfall will be not be more than 12 per cent as compared to higher official figure is probably still not far off the mark With a good rabithe decline in agricultural GDP may be as low as 1 per centwhich means that the macro outcomes will be decided elsewhere This will not make or mar the larger performance of the economyas we have said beforeand the inflationary trend is policy-determined Like the first half of the year it is extremely unlikely that agricultural value-added will be lower as a share of aggregate demand as shown by its share of private consumption expenditure But policy was determined by the focus that output loss would be as high as 4 per cent in agriculture; foodgrains would really suffer with a big fall in area; and there would be a lot of scare mongering If one wanted to twist the knifequotes are available aplentybut that is not the issue As the chief economic adviser has saidknowledge-based policies make a big difference We got into the stimulus late year before last and that cost usI believea per cent of GDP We misread the effect of the kharif droughtand that cost us in opportunities lost In a fast-growingfast-changing economywe desperately need to read the tea leavesat home and abroadbetter This is also shown by the fact that prices are rising for the agricultural sectors growing the fastest Milk has the same weight as grains in the price index nowand eggs are as important as fruits and vegetables India has to improve its literacy levels on Bharat It would be nice if comment on agriculturegrowth and inflation was at least remotely based on easily available facts From the point of view of pricesthe sooner the stimulus shifts to investment as in the USChinaother BRICS and elsewhere from government consumptionas in Indiathe better off we will beespecially given capital formation was falling until last year and there are no signs of revival this yearin spite of the budget According to the Met those parts of India where temple bells ring in joy if water is found at 50 ft will get 93 per cent to 101 per cent of its long-period average I must say thoughthat at regional levelsthe statistical accuracy of the Mets long-term forecast work is less reliable In a year of the 2004-05 kindwhen 13 of 36 agro-met regions had scanty and deficient rainfallwe can loseas compared to the averagearound 10 to 12 million tonnes of grain There is a big hue and cry to scuttle food security plans This is wrong Food security is much too serious a business to put in a stop-go mode The Congress president has done well to highlight the point that the programme should be targeted to those sections of the population identified from the hunger map of India There is clearly enough grain for this What we have to resist is the tendency of ministries to feather-bed their budgets with moneys loaded from these priorities Finally there is the documented lesson of the 1987 drought Plan the works and expenditures Otherwise as P Sainath sayswith expenditures in programmes leaking like a sieveeveryone loves a drought The writera former Union ministeris chairmanInstitute of Rural ManagementAnand express@expressindiacom For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | London | Published: January 4 2016 12:57 pm Caroline Flack says she is convinced she won’t find love via Tinder as she’s a traditionalist Related News TV personality Caroline Flack says she is convinced she won’t find love via Tinder as she’s a traditionalist The “X Factor” host who has romanced Harry Styles in the past and has been linked to Olly Murs in recent months is convinced she’d never find a boyfriend via the dating apps reported Daily Mirror “Loads of my friends are on Tinder and I’ll have a play with theirs but I’m more of a traditionalist “I like the art of conversation plus it’s a chemistry thing But never say never I just want to be happy either way but I’m quite content at the moment… just me and my cat Waffle” And it’s no surprise Flack 36 isn’t in a rush to settle down as she was left heartbroken at the end of 2014 when her boyfriend Jack Street who she had dated for 18 months allegedly cheated on her with ‘Glee’ actress Dianna Agron For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express AppBy: Reuters | Rio De Janeiro | Published: August 17 2016 5:38 am Brazilian duo held on for a 21-17 21-23 16-14 win over Netherlands pair Alexander Brouwer and Robert Meeuwsen Top News The top-seeded Brazilian duo of Bruno Schmidt and Alison Cerutti battled into the men’s beach volleyball final at the Rio Games on Tuesday with a win over a Dutch team that were undaunted by a raucous home crowd After whipping the home fans into a frenzy with a dominant opening set the reigning world champions squandered a two-point lead late in the next frame but held on for a 21-17 21-23 16-14 win over Netherlands pair Alexander Brouwer and Robert Meeuwsen “The Netherlands played so well You could see their poise at the end of that set that almost ended the match” said the bearded Cerutti nicknamed “Mammoth” for the way he uses his 203 metre frame at the net to reject balls After stealing the second set Brouwer and Meeuwsen went on a three-point run in the third to take the lead before Cerutti gave the crowd something to cheer about as he imposed his broad frame at the net to clinch the match “I call to the crowd because I see the fear it puts in the other side It’s really a cauldron in there” said Cerutti who took silver at the London Games “This is one of the best beach volleyball arenas the earth has seen” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsSantos: Brazil’s legendary former striker Pelé on Thursday hailed new national coach Tite as a "reliable" pair of hands for the demoralized national team Tite 55 was named Wednesday after ex-coach Dunga was fired for Brazil’s humiliating group-stage exit from the Copa America Centenario tournament Pelé was succinct in his assessment of the new coach on Thursday File photo of Pelé Reuters "Tite is reliable" Pelé 75 told reporters He defended the outgoing coach "Dunga is not at all to blame because he did not have time to put together a team" he said "The team lost That happens in football" Tite — real name Adenor Leonardo Bacchi — is leaving Sao Paulo club Corinthians with whom he won several titles He has coached a string of top clubs in Brazil including Gremio Atletico Mineiro and Palmeiras as well as Al Ain and Al Wahda in the United Arab Emirates Brazil is battling to find its form in time for August when it hosts the Olympics where it has never won football gold The Brazilian Football Confederation named under-20s coach Micale to take over the team temporarily for the Olympics Tite will then take the reins tasked with saving Brazil’s qualifying campaign for the 2018 World Cup Pelé spoke to reporters after a ceremony at his Pelé Museum in the southeastern city of Santos In the ceremony International Olympic Committee president Thomas Bach handed him the organization’s highest honor the Olympic Order Brazil hosts this year’s summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro from 5 to 21 August By: IANS | Mumbai | Published: April 11 2016 3:11 pm Shah Rukh Khan who shares a huge fan following — a glimpse of which can be seen in the trailer of his highly anticipated film “Fan” says that in real life he doesn’t like himself much Related News Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan who shares a huge fan following — a glimpse of which can be seen in the trailer of his highly anticipated film “Fan” says that in real life he doesn’t like himself much “In real life I’m not fond of me I don’t like myself much If I was fond of myself then I would not play the characters I play I would play myself” Shah Rukh said on TV show “Yaar Mera Superstar” Also read: SRK to Prince William and Kate Middleton: India is one of the most colourful and warmest nations you will evervisit “I don’t see myself as people see me In fact I don’t even see my films I watch them only at technical levels like I saw ‘Fan’ I haven’t seen a movie of mine on television either There are so many of my movies that I haven’t seen I am not a fan of myself” he added See Pics:Shah Rukh Khan Aishwarya Rai Bachchan And Bollywood Welcomes Prince William KateMiddleton The 50-year-old who will be seen in a dual avatar – as superstar Aryan and his biggest fan Gaurav – in the Maneesh Sharma directorial says he doesn’t even like the word ‘fan’ Also read: SRK Aishwarya Rai Bachchan Sonam Kapoor Alia Bhatt’s best line up to meet Britishroyals “Fan is a derivative of fanatic It can be a bit negative also at times For people who like me I have never in my career of 25 years called them fans They are admirers We talk about fan because I’m promoting a movie of the same name I personally find the word ‘fan’ very presumptuous” the “Dilwale” star shared See Pics:Kangana SRK Sonam Alia Party At Kareena’shome “I had never thought that so many people from so many places will actually love me so much” he added “Fan” is slated to release on Friday The episode of “Yaar Mera Superstar” featuring Shah Rukh will be aired on Tuesday For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Updated: January 8 2016 12:39 pm Veteran Actor Anupam Kher is “happy” after scoring six million followers on micro-blogging website Twitter Related News Veteran Actor Anupam Kher is “happy” after scoring six million followers on micro-blogging website Twitter The 60-year-old actor also “thanked” his fans and well-wishers for being a part of his Twitter “journey” HAPPY to reach 6 Million Friends Fans Critics Admirers Advisers & Followers THANK YOU for being part of my Journey Love you All:) — Anupam Kher (@AnupamPkher) January 7 2016 Anupam who has been a part of the Hindi film fraternity for over a decade and has also been a part of many plays keeps his fans and followers entertained by frequently sharing photographs of himself and his thoughts on the same media portal (Read:Anupam Kher Leander Paes share a light moment) The “Daawat-e-Ishq” star was last seen on the silver screen in the Salman Khan starrer “Prem Ratan Dhan Payo” in 2015 (Also Read:Anupam Kher Mukesh Bhatt Ashoke Pandit welcome Shyam Benegal-led panel to revamp Censor Board) For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsJERUSALEM (Reuters) – An Israeli cabinet minister said on Friday the phrasing of US President Donald Trump’s recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital suggested an openness to eventual Palestinian control of part of the city though he predicted Israel would oppose this FILE PHOTO: Israeli Minister of Environmental Protection Zeev Elkin attends the weekly cabinet meeting in Jerusalem October 15 2017 REUTERS/Abir Sultan/Pool/File PhotoTrump’s announcement reversed decades of US policy angering the Arab world and alarming Western allies But he also said Washington was not laying down a position on “final-status” issues including boundaries of Israeli sovereignty in Jerusalem which the two parties would have to decide in negotiations Israel has long deemed Jerusalem its eternal indivisible capital Palestinians want East Jerusalem as the capital of a state they seek on land Israel took in a 1967 war Its eastern sector is laden with Jewish Muslim and Christian holy sites that inject deep religious sensitivities into the dispute over sovereignty In his speech on Wednesday Trump did not include words echoing Israel’s traditional description of Jerusalem Asked about this minister Zeev Elkin said: ”I think that his leaving this out of the speech was premeditated “He even hinted that borders in Jerusalem will also be set as a result of negotiations which presupposes an option of partition” said Elkin who holds the Jerusalem Affairs portfolio in Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s government Elkin was referring to Trump’s caveat that the new US decision on Jerusalem did not constitute “taking a position of any final-status issues including the specific boundaries of Israeli sovereignty in Jerusalem or the resolution of contested borders” “Those questions are up to the parties involved” added Trump who said Washington still wanted Israelis and Palestinians to agree on a “two-state solution” for peace US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson echoed those remarks on Friday “With respect to the rest of Jerusalem the president . did not indicate any final status for Jerusalem He was very clear that the final status including the borders would be left to the two parties to negotiate and decide” Tillerson told reporters in Paris Like other world powers and in keeping with UN Security Council resolutions since the 1967 war Washington had long held off on recognising any sovereignty in Jerusalem one of the most treacherous issues in the Middle East conflict Elkin said he “would have been happy” had Trump described Jerusalem as Israel’s united capital But he played down any possibility of partition saying Trump’s administration would only pursue the idea if the Netanyahu government consented “ISRAEL WOULD NOT AGREE” “This is a very very important factor and I currently have no doubt that Israel would not agree Ultimately in actuality this is what matters” Elkin said in his remarks carried by Tel Aviv 102 FM radio Trump spoke of Jerusalem as “the capital the Jewish people established in ancient times (and) the seat of the modern Israeli government” with freedom of worship for all faiths Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas responded angrily saying Washington had abdicated its role as peace mediator and deeming Jerusalem “a Palestinian Arab Christian and Muslim city the eternal capital of the state of Palestine” Abbas used the Arabic term “Al Quds” which he has generally qualified to refer to East Jerusalem rather than the whole city In three public statements welcoming the US move Netanyahu has not asserted Jerusalem’s indivisibility under Israel – heretofore stock rubric for him as for previous prime ministers A Netanyahu spokesman did not immediately respond to a Reuters query about the seeming omission Israel’s ambassador to the United States speaking before the Trump announcement appeared to acknowledge that – in the eyes of foreign mediators at least – Jerusalem being the Israeli capital may not rule out Palestinian sovereignty there “Every single peace plan that’s ever been put down has Jerusalem be a capital of Israel” Ron Dermer told Politico on Dec 4 “There have been other peace plans that have suggested it be capital of two states which is a separate issue” Israel annexed East Jerusalem after capturing it But world powers and the United Nations have not recognised Israeli sovereignty over the entire city saying it must be negotiated by Israel and the Palestinians whose last peace talks collapsed in 2014 No other country has its embassy in Jerusalem Thousands of Palestinians protested in a “day of rage” on Friday in the occupied West Bank Gaza and in East Jerusalem against Trump’s move on the ancient city This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed After deciding not to enforce the follow-on India got into a spot of bother early on the third day at the Feroz Shah Kotla but Virat Kohli and Ajinkya Rahane staged a recovery of sorts to strengthen India’s hold on this game Veteran cricket journalist Ayaz Memon or Cricketwallah as he is known in the cricketing community in conversation with Firstpost’s Vinayakk Mohanrangan analyse yet another strong showing by India As India finished ahead by 403 runs thanks largely to Virat Kohli’s sparkling unbeaten 83 and Rahane’s perfect foil Memon alos tries to putRohit Sharma’s struggle in perspective He gives his take onan excellent spell from Morne Morkel and what India’s plan for the Day 4 should be Firstpost’s Game plan with Ayaz Memon will be streamed live on Periscope at the end of each day’s play in Delhi in this fourth and final Test match of the series Follow @FirstpostSports on Twitter for more details Match Report: NEW DELHI: An unbroken stand of 133 between captain Virat Kohli and Ajinkya Rahane inflated India’s lead to 403 against South Africa on the third day Saturday of the fourth and final test Kohli was unbeaten on 83 and Rahane on 52 in moving India’s second innings from a relatively troubling 57-4 to 190-4 at stumps The first century stand of the low-scoring series has India in prime position to finish the series 3-0 victors and compound South Africa’s first away series loss in nine years Rohit Sharma was bowled by a beauty from Morne Morkel AP Kohli led the charge with his 12th test half-century playing some fine drives and deft shots down the leg side on a slow pitch with low bounce Rahane who got the first century of the series with a resolute 127 in the first innings was slower but as solid in the second innings South Africa pace bowler Morne Morkel grabbed three wickets but Kohli and Rahane ground down the bowlers with a partnership that was 12 runs more than South Africa’s first-innings total "Our total in the first innings (334) put us in a good position and our batsmen have now consolidated on that" India spinner Ravindra Jadeja said "The pitch will only deteriorate further from now on and make batting difficult" Kohli who has struck 10 fours off 154 deliveries so far was adjudged caught behind off Imran Tahir on 5 but batted on after replays showed the delivery was a no-ball Rahane has hit five fours off 152 balls in his eighth half-century Morkel relentlessly picked a fine line around off stump to finish the day on 3-29 off 17 overs He bowled a productive spell of seven overs with the new ball making India struggle at the start of its second innings in the morning with a first-innings lead of 213 runs He dismissed opener Murali Vijay for 3 and Rohit Sharma for a duck in quick succession before Cheteshwar Pujara and Shikhar Dhawan forged a 45-run partnership that took India to 51-2 at lunch after a slow first session Morkel had Vijay caught behind off a vicious bouncer that was taken one-handed high up by wicketkeeper Dane Vilas However replays suggested the ball grazed Vijay’s arm-guard and the batsman too indicated it hit him there Morkel was on a hat trick after dismissing Vijay off the last ball of his third over and bowling Rohit first ball of his fourth Rohit promoted up the order to No 3 missed a good-length delivery that kept low as India fell to 8-2 Morkel also came back to dismiss left-handed opener Shikhar Dhawan for 21 with a yorker "That yorker was a bit of an out-of-the-box thing" Morkel’s new-ball partner Kyle Abbott said "Sometimes you’ve got to do that in these situations where pitches are not helping you much" With legspinner Tahir bowling Pujara for 28 the damage was repaired by Kohli and Rahane AP Guam is the smallest member of the Asian Football Confederation are ranked 33 places below India boasts of population almost equal to Indian hillstation Shimla and more than half-a-dozen of its players play for a team called Payless Supermarket Strykers The last encounter between the two sides ended in a 4-0 win for India (2014 AFC Challenge Cup) but at one point even that was a good result for Guam After all this is a side which took 35 years to register a win The last time they played World Cup qualifiers they conceded 35 goals in two games Surely — surely it will be easy going for India when they take Guam on on 16 June in a World Cup 2018 preliminary joint qualification round two match The answer is no Robin Singh in action against Oman AFP Guam’s improvement under their manager Gary White (who took over in 2012) has been phenomenal — their latest competitive fixture an impressive win over Turkmenistan (on the same day that India lost to Oman) is proof of that In his tenure White has also managed to convince a handful of MLS players who gave up the chance to play for USA and get their international caps for the scenic island nation The 40-year-old Englishman doesn’t have a playing career worth boasting about — the highlight of it being his status as a future prospect for Southampton (he later played for Western Australia State League side Fremantle City and for Australian pro club Bognor Regis Town) But his roles as technical director/manager for minnows like British Virgin Islands and the Bahamas resulted in a 28-place jump in FIFA rankings for the former and a 55-place jump for the latter (including FIFA’s highest mover in 2006) In his time with the BVI White was the youngest (25-years-old) manager to compete for World Cup qualification White’s team lineup in a fluid 4-4-1-1 — much like India who looked a more cohesive unit against Oman While India played that match on determination and drive it will be Guam who will be doing so against India Not to mention that White bases his philosophy on those same principles "It’s a simple formula: drive desire determination combined with having confidence and self-belief" he told SI Sports Centre in a December 2014 interview — when asked about his key to success But he won’t be banking on just that White’s team is unknown probably — but does not lack talent LA galaxy defender AJ De La Graza is a rock at the back while captain and creative forward Jason Cunliffe boasts of 17 goals in 35 appearances It will be hard to beat this India team though Despite the loss to Oman there were many positives for the team — most notable their incessant pressing system They may have to play a slightly patient game against Guam though — but the organisational lessons learnt in Bengaluru will help the side "We have watched India’s match against Oman and must say that there seems to be a new life in the Indian Team They looked very organised and it will be difficult to break them down" White said ahead of the match Which is why it’s hard to see Stephen Constantine make wholesale changes to his XI There could be a possible personnel change in the left-wing where CK Vineeth struggled for space The only other area that could see a switch is the goalkeeper Subrata Paul was between the sticks against Oman and made two crucial saves but Constantine has handed out 13 debuts since taking over in February and that could mean a chance for 23-year-old Gurpreet Singh Jackichand Singh Sunil Chhetri and Robin Singh are expected to line up in attack again Constantine has spoken time and again about his desire to find a consistent XI — but he has appointed a new captain for this match in Chhetri The striker netted a fabulous goal against Oman and looked every bit the leader in attack "Technically and tactically there have been a lot of changes in the Team The hunger and desire is back in the squad and we need to collectively give 100 percent to get results" Chhetri said ahead of the match "They have several of their players playing in the US with a couple playing in the MLS [Major League Soccer – the country’s primary legue] Obviously they have the edge of having back to back home games and they are going to maximise it as much as possible as everyone would" Constantine said India are up against supposed minnows — but Guam have shown the ability to spring surprises They have a wily manager who is one of the world’s top 16 football coaches according to the English FA Anything less than the effort the side put in against Oman will call for trouble New Zealand is small Only 44 million people live there If it wasan Indian state it would come 22nd in the list of most populous regions It would sit meekly below Himachal Pradesh but above Tripura New Zealand is so small that even the Australian Constitution allows it to become a state should it ever wish to Not because it offers vast wealth and resources to the Australian people But because it is small and probably could do with some help There are only 100000 registered cricket players in New Zealand That number includes men women and children It encompasses Sunday cricketers those that have registered but don’t play and Under-12s Every registered New Zealand cricketer could be seated in the MCG The rampant New Zealand team celebrates after dismissing another Indian batsman PTI The pool to select an international T20 squad from is therefore small Even its players are small Brendon McCullum is 171-cm-tall That was deemed not small enough so he decided he shouldn’t play Instead the Kiwis sent his brother Nathan He is only 170-cm-tall and therefore qualifies as small But the New Zealanders have worked out that small could be the key to the ICC World Twenty20 Their opening match was being played at Nagpur A ground renowned for small things The last major Test match played there had small bounce Not-so-small match referee Jeff Crowe gave it a small score in his report That led to a small blowup by Ravi Shastri The small crowd that saw it only saw a small amount of cricket played over a small amount of days Everything in Nagpur is small It produces small scores But yesterday started with a big decision New Zealand’s best bowlers in Boult and Southee were not selected They were too big for Nagpur They would be unlikely to be rewarded for their toil Nagpur only rewards small What was required was small pace and small turn New Zealand selected three small spin bowlers Then they batted 126 batting first is a small score It is even smaller when you look at the opposition They are a gigantic mass of cricket opulence They have auras so large that astronomers are struggling to discover new universes big enough to house them Ludhiana born Ish Sodhi does not have one of those auras His aura is small He is not part of the really big Indian team He bowls small turning leggies for the small country of New Zealand Kohli Jadeja and Ashwin are not small names But they are the guys Sodhi removed that justify the small number "3" being written in the wickets column next to his relatively small name New Zealand gave Mitch Santner the ball He had only played a small amount of T20 internationals Actually only five His bowling partner the small McCullum had played quite a few more There is always an outlier when dealing with small numbers Between them they finished with 7-0-26-6 It reads like one of those magical Stuart Broad Test bowling spells But it wasn’t It was a bunch of small names taking on a clan of the biggest names in the largest tournament being held in India this year And with their forced strategy of smallness New Zealand beat India Not by a small margin though It was an old fashioned thrashing Carnage It is not as though India only made 79 It was more a case of New Zealand saying that is all they could have It was as if India was playing the role of Tibet as China invaded There was little they could do but sit back watch and trust that their conquerors would play nicely New Zealand always play nicely New Zealand will never be anything but small But small still has value Small can produce results Small is simply five random letters of the English language constructed in such a way to give the sum of the parts greater meaning New Zealand is small Here’s how Twitter reacted to India’s defeat with over 300K tweets with #INDvNZ and #WT20 during the matchBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Updated: October 7 Additional Municipal Commissioner Mohan Adtani said,We have asked for a techno-economical feasibility report from a technical committee of the company officials and IIT professors After the findings of the reportwe will decide on an alternative plan to set up a waste-to-energy incineration plant in the city The company had undertaken a similar project in Delhiwhich has been running successfully for the past six months? a little kid eventually decided to play with him and they took part in a bit of one-on-one fun play before Ronaldo gave him a hug and signed the ball still dressed as a tramp. act.

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