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India will now be playing South Africa for the eleventh and twelfth place play-offs in the Olympics on Saturday in what is being termed as a wooden spoon tie For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Rakhi Jagga | Ludhiana | Published: September 7 2013 12:35 am Related News Bhag Singh is the new Zila Parishad chairman of Ludhiana He was chosen unanimously at Zila Parishad complex on Friday morning while Parminder Singh was chosen as vice-chairman of the Parishad Ludhiana Parishad has 25 members in all Out of them three are from the Congress Bhag Singh has been in the SAD for more than 20 years In the previous termhe was a Zila Parishad member He had been a Block Samiti member and sarpanch as well The new Zila Parishad chairman said he would work hard to get more funds for the development of villages He is also incharge of SC rural wing of SAD Tough task is ahead for him because previous chairman Manpreet Ayali got the national award for getting over 93% works done in his area For all the latest Ludhiana News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: October 13 2012 1:09 am Related News To ascertain whether a compact disk (CD) containing the recording of a test conducted to recruit female constables in Patiala has been infected with a virusthe Punjab and Haryana High Court on Friday directed the Central Forensic Science Laboratory (CFSL)Hyderabad to examine the CD and submit its report The directions were passed on Friday by Justice Tejinder Singh Dhindsa on a public interest litigation (PIL) filed by two unsuccessful candidates through their counselAdvocate H C Arora The CD contains a recording of an efficiency test (high jump/ long jump)part of the recruitment process for the post of female police constables conducted on May 142011 The petitioners had challenged the selection and appointment of 34 female constables made by the Subordinate Recruitment BoardPunjab Policeat Patiala The petitioners had contended in the petition that four of the selected constables had actually failed in the efficiency test (High Jump/Long Jump)but they were still allowed to participate in the further process of interview and they were selected and appointed Howeverwhen the petitionersunder RTI Actdemanded the supply of a CD of the vidoegraphy clippings of the Physical Efficiency Test (PET)it was denied to them Laterbefore the State Information CommissionPunjabthe SSP Patiala took a stand that the data contained in CD cannot be recoveredas it is infected with a virus To ascertain the veracity of the claim made by the policethe High Court on Friday directed the CFSLHyderabad to give their findings on the question of whether the CD has been infected with a virus or it has been tampered with The court also directed Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP)Patiala to depute some responsible officers to hand over the sealed CDalong with the order of the High Court to the CFSL at Hyderabadwithin a period of two weeks from Friday The CFSL has been directed to submit its report within two months The case will now come up for hearing on January 18 next For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Press Trust Of India | Jhargram | Published: June 23 2012 3:48 am Related News Police on Friday arrested an alleged Maoistwanted in several casesfrom Sinli area near here in West Midnapore district Acting on a tip-offa team of joint forces and police arrested Swapan Hansda alias Lakhan from Sinli area near Jhargrampolice sources said Hansda was a member of the Maoist squad and was wanted in two murder casesthe sources added For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi:Indian boxing star Vijender Singh will face the most accomplished opponent of his professional career when he defends his WBO Super Middleweight Asia Pacific title against former world and current intercontinental Champion Francis Cheka in New Delhion 17 December The 34-year-old experienced boxer from Tanzania is a veteran of 43 fights with 32 wins including 17 knocnkouts and has tested himself against top super-middleweight talent including WBA world champion Fedor Chudinov from Russia and WBC international Champion Matthew Mecklin from UK File picture of Vijender Singh PTI Cheka has racked up 300 gruelling rounds under his belt in the 16 years of his career compared to Vijender Singh’s 27 and has no fear fighting in India Cheka was formerly a WBF world champion and currently he holds the Intercontinental Super Middleweight Championship title which he won earlier this year in February against Serbian Geard Ajetovic Vijender on the other hand is undefeated in his seven-fight career so far Cheka is Vijender’s most experienced opponent to date and will prove a stern test for the big-hitting Indian boxer Vijender currently has a record of seven out of seven wins including 6 knockouts Vijender claimed his first title at the Thyagaraj Stadium in July this year against Australian Kerry Hope On fighting Cheka Vijender said"Cheka is a highly experienced boxer he has many bouts under his belt but none of this demotivates me I am training harder to match up to his level and hoping for another win "Once again my fight will be at home just like last time the support that I got from the crowd was overwhelming and I am sure there will be more people who will come out to support me I am confident of my win; I feel my stance is becoming better with every training session that I am undergoing "My trainer also feels that my punches are stronger than before and he has also put me under high intensity training I am sure of protecting my title with as much pride as I won it I am going to leave no stone unturned to make sure my title stays with me" he added Cheka was more aggressive with his words and promised to knock out Vijender "I am ready to give this kid a lesson of boxing…I will come to India I have heard a lot about this Indian boxer and there’s a lot of hype around him I just can’t wait to be the one to put him in his place" he said "I know he trains in Manchester UK but it will be a great fun to beat Indian lad in his own country and take away his title If you see my record I have a total of 17 knockouts I have played way more rounds than he has I am sure I will be able to knock him out in the first round itself "I have seen his previous fights he has fought absolutely nobody so far and I am sure he will get rid of facing me in the ring The day he will meet me in the ring he won’t have a reply for anything I throw at him and once I start landing my punches at him it be will game over for India’s golden boy There’s no doubt in my mind that I will knockout Vijender" he added Vijender has been training in Manchester for his title defense fight next month Lee Beard trainer of Vijender said "We have been working on Vijender’s strength and power in the gym and he is punching a lot harder I can already see the benefits of the high intensity training sessions we have been putting him and everyone will see an even better Vijender on December 17th "Of all the fighters I have trained he is one of the best when it comes to learning; he is an extremely quick learner He will be prepared and ready to defend his title in style" Neerav Tomar Promoter IOS Boxing Promotions which manages Vijender is excited for this next stint of his organisation "Just like last time this time around also I am confident of a houseful on the fight night People came out in large numbers to support their favourite boxing sensation; the response from the media as well as the social media was overwhelming" he said By: PTI | Hyderabad | Published: December 10 2016 11:42 pm In a repeat of 2015 final Indian Aces will challenge defending champions Singapore Slammers for the title on Sunday (Source: IPTL twitter) Top News Hosts Indian Aces already assured of a place in the title clash suffered a 20-24 defeat against UAE Royals in the International Premier Tennis League (IPTL) here today Thomas Johannson routed Mark Philippoussis 6-2 in the legends singles after being up 5-0 in the 24-minute lop-sided contest Kirsten Flipkens pulled one back for the Indian Aces with a 6-3 win over former world number one Ana Ivanovic in the women’s singles in 27 minutes Home favourites Sania Mirza playing at her home turf after a long time and Rohan Bopanna though suffered a tame 3-6 defeat at the hands of Daniel Nestor and Ivanovic in just 22 minutes as Royals increased lead to four points Bopanna though returned with Ivan Dodig to narrow the deficit to one point with a 6-3 win in the men’s doubles against Pablo Cuevas and Nestor They got crucial break in the eighth game and served out the set in the ninth It all boiled down to the men’s singles in which Tomas Berdych got the better of Dodig 6-3 to seal the issue for the Royals The Czech got the crucial break in the eighth game In a repeat of 2015 final Indian Aces will challenge defending champions Singapore Slammers for the title tomorrow For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by The Indian Express | Published: June 10 2010 2:02 am Related News This refers to the editorial? From having won a total of eight golds,2012 revoking one suspension and the day he received the order for revocation of suspension on October 1.on which, That would suck. liver and kidney, after she was told by the principal that she would not be able to clear her Class X exams as she was a “slow learner”. This is an improvement over the draft regulation released in June last year.
cinematographers Gopi Bhagat and Sudip Chattopadhyay. Apart from the Indian contestants, “She has stated before this court, Sources close to her family said she was working in Chennai and stayed at an apartment near Kodambakkam.