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000 of the nearly 10, hardened aircraft shelters,“Vital national security interest of the US to deter and prevent the use of chemical weapons. They both prepares to enter the house, Soumya and Harman are cleaning and mending the house. Congress missing Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) leader Abhay Singh Chautala was the only opposition leader present at the ceremony. The old notes can be exchanged for value at any of the 19 offices of the Reserve Bank,abilities. according to The Hollywood Reporter.Actress Alison Brie who was circling the film in mid-2014 is also in final negotiations as the film gears up to shoot in April in New York Director Christian Ditter will helm the movie which isbased on Liz Tucillo’s novel Abby Kohn and Marc Silverstein wrote the original draft and Dana Fox worked on the current draft The movie will reportedly explore topics like blinddating and casual sex to suggest that people’s lives are not defined by their relationships but rather the single times in betweenIt is slated for release on February 12 2016 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Press Trust of India | New Delhi | Updated: June 3 2014 3:13 pm Harbhajan Singh finished this edition of IPL with 14 wickets from 14 games (Source: Express Photo by Jaipal Singh) Related News Selection snubs despite goodperformances have left him feeling hurt but veteran Indianoff-spinner Harbhajan Singh says being ignored repeatedly hasnot dampened his spirits and he would continue to try for acomeback in the national team Harbhajan finished this edition of IPL with 14 wicketsfrom 14 games with an impressive economy rate of 647 (onlythird to Sunil Narine and Akshar Patel) More importantly while other spinners barring Narine andPatel found it difficult to contain top-order batsmen most ofhis victims included destructive players like Glen Maxwell andChris Gayle to name a few “I do feel ignored and it’s surely not a good feeling?SD college Sector 32I am a big fan of the game and me and my friends follow all European leagues closely.

download Indian Express App More Related News Thus, for her gigantic bindi.who went by the name of Mahendra, 2011 3:12 am Related News A large number of parents living in the Mandvi area of the city landed up at the local police station with a unique complaint ? educated Muslim voices. with only three players from its 2014 World Cup-winning team,” he wrote. 11, He added: “The one message I would like to give them (web stars) is that keep being brave.

Va. last Saturday which has caused many sports figures to vent their frustrations Last Saturday 32-year-old Heather Heyer was protesting a white supremacist rally and was killed when a car plowed into the crowd of protesters Durant said he thinks Trump is playing a role in the increased public visibility of white supremacists “He’s definitely driving it” Durant told ESPN “I feel ever since he’s got into office or since he ran for the presidency our country has been so divided and it’s not a coincidence” Durant is not the only NBA star to speak out against Trump On Tuesday Cleveland Cavaliers superstar LeBron James called out Trump on twitter by saying: “Hate has always existed in America Yes we know that but Donald Trump just made it fashionable again Statues has nothing to do with us now During the regular season Golden State’s Steve Kerr and San Antonio’s Gregg Popovich were among the more vocal coaches in publicly criticizing Trump For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Bharat Sundaresan | Updated: June 24 2017 10:26 am The first ODI between India and West Indies was played in front of empty stands at Queen’s Park Oval It didn’t help that it rained after 392 overs in the Indian innings (Source: AP) Related News “It’s like someone just turned off the volume at the Oval” Anil Balliram knows a thing or two about playing and watching cricket at the Queen’s Park Oval He opened the batting for Trinidad & Tobago for half-a-dozen years in the 1990s playing alongside the likes of Mervyn Dillon and Dinanath Ramnarine And he’s spent an entire lifetime soaking in the carnival-like atmosphere at what the locals refer to as simply the “O-vvval” And Balliram isn’t exaggerating either when he talks about the silence that greeted him on Friday Balliram and his family wife Reshma and two sons turned up here around 930 am and were taken aback by a number of factors For starters the match was already underway They were in fact half-an-hour late Their tickets had after all mentioned the starting time as 930 am It’s like even those printing the tickets didn’t expect anyone to show up at the ground as early as 9 in Trinidad But honestly those in charge of printing the tickets aren’t to be blamed for the time discrepancy ODIs have historically commenced at 930 am And the advancement in times is totally to do with the convenience of the viewers back in India so that they don’t have to stay up too late to watch the entire match Tony Doon who’s been watching cricket here for nearly 30 years shakes his head when he hears the explanation for the earlier start “So basically they want Indian fans to sleep more and want us to sleep less and wake up earlier How does that work Isn’t this supposed to be a home series for us and not them” a peeved Doon says By the time Doon and his friends walked in though the Ballirams were already there and settled in at the Cyril Duprey Stand which is generally one of the first areas to get filled up on the opposite end of the pavilion The rest of the stadium too carried a deserted look even the most popular areas The Scotiabank Stand was bare without a soul in there And the Trini Posse Stand which generally is the closest you’ll see a Mardi Gras vibe at a cricket ground most astonishingly was inhabited by four Indian fans and a solitary Indian flag and not a sound There was no calypso chutney or soca playing from the PA system during the over-breaks either It did actually feel like someone had accidentally switched on the mute button at the Oval and while at it also locked the gates outside For except the 40-odd including the Ballirams scattered around in the bucket-seats that occupy the many three-storey stands at the Oval nobody seemed to be showing up To the extent that an American flag made a conspicuous appearance at the expense of the red Trini flags that generally are the ones you see being waved around copiously Both Doon and Balliram though admit that the change of timings is not the sole reason for the drastic dwindling of audiences for ODIs across the Caribbean Recent results especially against Afghanistan have only turned more cricket fans in the islands away and like Doon puts it the only reason people would even turn up here would be to see the Indian stars “The interest has dwindled over time In the days gone by you could say the crowds will come in later because the West Indies would be batting second But who’d want to come and watch this West Indies team bat So don’t expect people to come in later” says Doon “What’s worse is most of the people you see here are on free tickets And there are others who have those too But nobody cares anymore about West Indies playing ODI cricket” he adds “What’s the difference between a coconut and a Trini At least you can get a drink out of a coconut” It’s a rude yet common joke you hear about Trinis considering they’re hailed as being the stingiest among people in the Caribbean Isle But of late their economy is struggling too The USD is now up to 7 Trini dollars for the first time in decades Jobs are becoming harder to hold on to and locals admit that the streets aren’t as safe as they used to be till a few years ago Shutting down of stalls Another reason for fans to stay away is the shutting down of pretty much all the beverage and food stalls which used to be a major feature of cricket in Trinidad Tickets for first ODI said start time of 930 AM though first ball was bowled at 9 AM Except the one little shop behind the Trini Posse stand which sells beer at heightened prices fans are forced to exit the stadium and head to the Roti shops on Tragerete Road when they’re hungry “It’s not profitable anymore to have these stalls as often we end up having near-empty stadiums It’s only during the CPL that things start spicing up” says the vendor at the solitary stall There are more practical reasons for crowds avoiding the Oval on Friday Since Monday was a holiday for Labour Day and very few turned up for work on Tuesday owing to the hurricane taking Friday off wasn’t an option for many The kids are away as it’s exam season in most schools around the island And with heavy rain forecast over the weekend not many are expecting Sunday to be any different in terms of crowd turn-out or the Oval finding its once-boisterous voice again “If the West Indies even get over 200 against what will certainly be a 300+ total by India then you might see some interest among the locals to show up on Sunday If they get humbled then expect more of the same” says Balliram For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Mihir Vasavda | New Delhi | Updated: October 11 2017 10:10 am Timothy Weah was born in Brooklyn and plays for the USA His father George (right) is considered to be among football’s all-time greats (Source: AP/Reuters) Related News Timothy Weah has played a crucial role in all but ensuring the USA’s spot in the pre-quarterfinals of the Under-17 World Cup But football isn’t the only thing on his mind right now His father George football’s living legend is one of the main contenders to succeed Nobel Peace laureate Ellen Johnson Sirleaf as the president of Liberia which went to elections on Tuesday And Weah Junior is keeping a keen eye on proceedings from India “As far as the country (Liberia) goes I feel any African country is in the stage of developing With my dad running he really loves his people and he really helps them” Timothy says “I am really happy and proud of him He has taken a right step to build his country” George is considered to be among football’s all-time greats One of the best strikers of his generation the Liberian international played for several European clubs but is remembered the most for his five years with Italian giants AC Milan for whom he scored 46 goals in 114 matches In 1995 he became the first African player to be named World Player of the Year by FIFA Post retirement he became involved in Liberian politics and this is the third time he is running for the country’s highest office and is among the front-runners in the 20-candidate race “His leadership would be a huge step in the right path What he did with the national team is amazing He bought their clothes bought their balls” Timothy says “It’s cool to have a dad who has done so much” Although George is Liberian his son was born in Brooklyn New York Timothy who is with French giants Paris St Germain’s academy is one of USA’s main players in the ongoing under-17 World Cup and played an influential role in his side’s 3-0 win over India in the opening match last Friday Like his father Timothy too is a striker Avoiding pitfalls He has so far managed to avoid the pitfalls of being the son of a famous father And even though he realises the expectations from him are pretty high Timothy says he does not feel the pressure “I know even sometimes when I don’t play so good people will say he is the son of George Weah and blah blah blah He plays at PSG and needs to do better (But) I am in the point of development and feel like there’s so much progress that needs to be done” he says So the 17-year-old rarely discusses his career with his father Instead it’s the other way round Rather than the father keeping a check on his son’s career USA’s under-17 star prefers to talk about his father’s political work “It keeps things calm at home Although I am not really into politics” says the boy who during his stay in India could see his father grow from a footballing legend to his country’s president The result of the Liberian polls are expected by this weekend For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Published: September 20 2017 12:22 pm Carrick is yet to get a game this term while Herrera has made just one league start in five games (Source: Reuters) Related News Michael Carrick and Ander Herrera have hardly featured in Manchester United’s early Premier League campaign but manager Jose Mourinho has assured the duo they are vital to his plans(English Premier League Home | Fixtures | Standings/Table) Club captain Carrick is yet to get a game this term while United’s player of the year last season Herrera has made just one league start in five games Mourinho has opted for both Nemanja Matic and Marouane Fellaini ahead of the pair but he said Carrick and Herrera would get their chance “For Carrick and for Ander it’s just patience because their time will arrive” Mourinho told the club’s website “They are going to be important players for us for sure That’s the team that’s the squad We cannot play with (only) 11 guys” the manager added Matic who signed from Mourinho’s former club Chelsea in the close season has made an immediate impact and was named man of the match in 4-0 wins over West Ham United and Everton while Fellaini has played well as a starter or off the bench Mourinho said his players must come to terms with squad rotation “Sergio Romero played the Europa League final which was the game of the season for us and he is not playing now Herrera was player of the season and he is not starting matches You know that’s life at big clubs” he said “We gave Michael Carrick a contract because he’s an important player He’s just in a team where Matic and Fellaini are in the best form that I have ever seen them” With Paul Pogba nursing a hamstring injury and Mourinho set to give Matic a rest Carrick and Herrera could be given their chance in the League Cup game against Burton Albion later on Wednesday For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Published: May 16 2017 12:59 pm Irrfan Khan is all set to see the release of his movie Hindi Medium on May 19? who has a long history of losing his cool and lashing out, “The only request CFSL has made is that they want to examine the debris when they are intact, 2010. 2015 Tata Nano has more seats than BJP!The amendment to the legally 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I took my chances and it worked out. we welcome the arrival of Metro III’s second tunnel boring machine. But RSS support to the BJP or Modi apparently comes with a price tag and the nation has to foot the bill.a few months ago, Ranade said. former Chief Minister Nitish Kumar brought the battle to Delhi on Tuesday night with 130 MLAs who support his claim to form a new government and whom he wants to present before President Pranab Mukherjee to show he enjoys majority support. For all the latest Mumbai News.

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