000 on her on the last date of hearing.or a group of college students, says Rawat For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Press Trust Of India | New Delhi | Published: April 10 2013 1:02 am Related News The Delhi High Court on Tuesday told Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit that they would accept the content of a petitionwhich accused her of misleading the people by misrepresenting facts on construction of low-cost flats ahead of 2008 pollsafter she failed to file her reply to the plea A division bench of justices Sanjay Kishan Kaul and Indermeet Kaur said: We would accept the contents of the petition as she failed to file the counter affidavit? storage as well as Windows 10 Mobile Adaption Kit and Creators Update builds were posted on to Beta Archive’s FTT.Nia Sharma’s latest pictures justify her title of sexiest Asian star,49 seconds in the 2km course. He said ‘I’ve scratched the surface and there is lot more there. Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has seen his most important forward lured away from Anfield by the promise of Champions League action and a huge pay rise — but this time the results have to be different or else he will surely face the sack. demanded Sisodia’s resignation." he rued.
" and "Fascist scum your time is done.he started weeping.were trying to exploit the situation.back from Malaysia after taking part in the U-19 Asia Cup,who works at a card printing shop at Kala Masjid in Old Delhi,the investors have lodged a complaint with the Lake Town police station? Investors are also learnt to have gheraoed the office of Shine India Infra Limited at Durgapur in the States Bardhaman district demanding their dues The police had to intervene to bring the situation under control while the depositors registered a complaint against the company The police today also raided the office of another big chit fund group Uro Group of Companies Since May 2police have sealed a total of four offices of the MPS Group and one office of the Prayag Group of companies We have received a complaint today against the company The investor claimed he has not received his maturity amount even after he sought it several months ago We have started a case of cheating and misappropriation A five-member police team from Naihati along with police officers from Electronic Complex police station raided the office? police said. 2013 4:14 am Related News Mumbai?was impressive throughout the campaign, but his four nearest rankings rivals are also in the field —?
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It was after this that the fear of getting caught driving drunk was instilled within society, said Ankur Vaid of the city unit of PHD Their clientele includes young executivescollege students and house wives in the age bracket of 25 to 45 years A number of clubs and bars in the city also organise a driver to drive their guests home at night on request Though they do not offer this facility on a regular basisthey make special arrangements for their guests The requests received by bars and clubsas well as PHDare far and few For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsSepp Blatter former FIFA president had called India a ‘sleeping giant’ of football when he visited the country 10 years ago He had advocated wide-scale reforms and greater professionalism to make the game popular in a country of 13 billion people Perhaps eyeing the financial pie that cricket had carved out for itself Blatter had entreated the All India Football Federation (AIFF) to popularise the ‘beautiful game’ with grassroots level programmes professional coaching academies leagues and events for all ages and above all proficient administration A decade later Blatter — now serving a FIFA ban — might possibly beupset to know that Indian football’s ‘Kumbhakarna’ is still in deep slumber In a shabbily marketed FIFA Under-17 World Cup a shoddily prepared Indian team crashed out at the league stage Losing all its matches the Indian boys were mauled by the Ghanaians in the last game of Group A Now don’t get me wrong The Under-17 boys under the guidance of Luis Norton de Matos gave off their best They were plucky and diligent But their best just wasn’t good enough The boys from the United States Colombia and Ghana were streets ahead in terms of skill technique physique and strategy Our young lads may have won hearts attracted huge crowds for their matches and got rave reviews from the media and football pundits But the fact remains that Indian football has a long way to go — perhaps a mountain to climb — before it can be recognised as a world power Organising a world event is one thing; learning from it quite another How many of the technical experts attached to AIFF or for that matter any of the state associations have sat down and made a note of how world class teams train How many have educated themselves on the strategies adopted by various coaches — and why Your guess is as good as mine Now that the FIFA Under-17 World Cup is over for India — and not for Indian fans God forbid — what is the way forward for the game in India As far as Praful Patel — AIFF president and politician turned football ‘aficionado’ — is concerned it is the hosting of the Under-20 FIFA World Cup in 2019 How can the AIFF ‘wake up’ Indian football Illustration courtesy Austin Coutinho Also if the AIFF is to be believed there is a plan — the clichéd ‘Laqshya 2022’ — which aims at raising India’s football standards to such dizzy heights in five years that the national team will qualify for the senior world cup This somewhat unrealistic plan if there is one hasn’t percolated down to the state and district levels Therefore there is hardly any work being done with the ‘laqshya’ in mind in schools and at junior levels Speaking to reporters after India’s exit from the tournament de Matos said that the world event should be an eye-opener for Indian football “Our boys prepared for the World Cup by playing practise games Footballers from other countries played tough league matches and prepared themselves physically and mentally for the rigours of the world cup” he said The AIFF — in collaboration with the sports ministry — would do well therefore to see that all the boys who represented India in the FIFA World Cup now on play for top Indian clubs and are employed by PSUs top private sector companies and government departments They need to be given every possible support to help them graduate into the senior Indian team in three to five years and make them an integral part of the ‘laqshya’ A great morale-booster for these boys would be if some of them are found good enough to play in the junior leagues in Europe and America Talent scouts from various clubs and countries are at the world cup venues to look for talent The Portugal-born Indian coach — whose grandfather was born in Goa — also said that it is time India introduced leagues at the Under-13 and Under-16 age-group levels This the AIFF should understand would mean hunting for talent in schools and colleges Therefore Sports minister Rajyavardhan Rathore’s plan to revive national level inter-school and inter-collegiate competitions in all sports is a step in the right direction Praful Patel has to realise that taking Indian football to the world level is a gargantuan task He shall never be able to achieve this alone Therefore he has to stop being a ‘dictator’ and learn to take the state associations along with him; give them powers and make them accountable The state of Maharashtra with the Western India Football Association (WIFA) as its football body is ruled by Praful Patel It is therefore surprising that except for a few places like Kolhapur Nagpur Pune and a few other districts there is hardly any football activity in the state The Mumbai District Football Association (MDFA) under the aegis of WIFA now has the young dynamic Aditya Thackeray as its president MDFA too sadly is content with the conduct of its annual club leagues and does pretty little to promote the game at the grassroots What’s more WIFA hardly gives heed to problems faced by Mumbai clubs even though its headquarters are at Cooperage in Mumbai The annual events of the Mumbai Schools Sports Association (MSSA) and the Mumbai University sports department are a sham to put it mildly; the facilities provided to young players are appalling and despicable Is it surprising then that very few youngsters take up sport as a career in the city except for cricket India had a great football culture till the 1960s It was then ruined by internal bickering and politics The Federation Cup the Durand Cup the Rovers Cup the Bandodkar Trophy the Stafford Cup and many other tournaments played through the year all over India kept the top clubs busy Each of these events attracted large crowds The coming of the National League (now I-League) in the mid-1990s made these events including the Santosh Trophy for the national championships unfashionable As if this wasn’t bad enough the introduction of the franchise-based Indian Super League (ISL) further broke up the local club and tournament structure The talent flow ebbed and is now down to a trickle because a grassroots programme wasn’t put in place The president of AIFF therefore has a humongous task at hand; especially if his ‘laqshya’ has to be come true at least by 2032 He shall have to take all state associations into confidence delegate tasks and see to it that leagues at the Under-13 Under-16 and senior levels are conducted in every district of the country District associations not toeing the line will need to be disbanded Further coaching standards have to improve by leaps and bounds with AIFF certifications and train-the-trainer programmes Coaches should receive promotions to higher levels only after they have worked at school and district levels for a year A talent scouting team in each state should recommend players to AIFF’s academies for specialised coaching Finally a football league/tournament structure has to be worked out for the country This should have a bottom-top approach with city/local leagues being played from June to August The state league can then be played from September to November followed by the I-League/ISL from December to May Players who do not find a place in the state league or the I-League/ISL then get the opportunity to play other tournaments during the top Indian league season Confucius once said “To put the world in order we must first put the nation in order; to put the nation in order we must first put the family in order; to put the family in order we must first cultivate our personal life; we must first set our hearts right” The Chinese philosopher made this statement 2500 years ago The AIFF and Indian football could probably benefit from paying heed to it in the 21stcentury The author is a sportswriter and caricaturist A former fast bowler he was also president MDFA He is now a coach and a mental toughness trainer Model HC-PV100 is particularly designed for the wedding photography market. We have also discussed the financial aspect with the SBI (State Bank of India) officials, he added Following the registrars approvalthe system is likely to be installed by the end of this year making the health centre one of the several health institutes utilizing solar energy For all the latest Ludhiana News download Indian Express App More Related NewsRoger Federer believes tennis does not face a major doping problem but voiced concern on Thursday that drug testing protocols are not being taken seriously enough in certain parts of the world The record 17-time Grand Slam singles champion spoke out at the ATP and WTA Miami Open where he ends an eight-week knee injury layoff Friday Third-ranked Federer believes there should be more consistency in the hunt for dope cheats saying he gets tested more in his homeland than anywhere else Roger Federer at a news conference at the Miami Open AP "I’ve been in Dubai for 10 years now and been tested once That’s not OK for me" the 34-year-old Swiss said "I get tested more in Switzerland because the guy from Switzerland lives in my village He comes to see me the day after my surgery "In certain countries maybe the testing is not as serious as in Switzerland I would like to see that across the board to be the same way and fair "But I think tennis is doing more and more I really don’t think there is a major problem "Tennis is doing a lot better than it has in the past We’re getting more professional The program is getting bigger and stronger" Stunned about Sharapova Federer said he was shocked to learn that Russian star Maria Sharapova a four-time Grand Slam singles champion tested positive at the Australian Open for meldonium which was added to the World Anti-Doping Agency’s ban list on January 1 "It was very disappointing news to say the least" Federer said "Clearly I was very surprised I thought she was going to announce retirement or something But it also shows the famous players can get caught in the system that seems to be working" Sharapova said she did not check updated lists to see what changes were made to the banned list for 2016 "I know what I take" Federer said "You have got to be sure That’s why I quadruple check what I take I don’t want to take any chances whatsoever" Federer said he tends to give fellow players the benefit of the doubt but is skeptical when those who test positive plead ignorance or accident "I’m naive maybe in the fact that I believe athletes" Federer said "Clearly when they get caught you turn You are like ‘I can’t believe they tried to do that forgot about it’ whatever" Federer said he would like to see more to combat dope cheats including keeping blood samples on players from every event for 10 years so updated testing methods can be used to detect violations many years later "You could be punished retroactively" said Federer "I’m a big believer in that" Federer backs equal pay Controversial comments by top-ranked Novak Djokovic and now-resigned Indian Wells tournament director Raymond Moore regarding women’s tennis and equal pay with the men were not echoed by Federer "I’m all for equal prize money When I was fighting for prize money increases especially at the Slam level I was always very aware of the fact it would impact the women’s game" he said "I’m happy tennis has produced some of the greatest female athletes in the world" Federer also recalled the terrorist attacks in Paris when speaking of the recent ones in Belgium and the extra stress they add for global-traveling athletes "When you travel you always have to be aware" he said "This time I was on the other side of the world For Paris we were in London and we had just been in Paris That was scary Not that this wasn’t It sure makes you wonder when you travel" One place Federer is excited to visit for the first time is Rio de Janeiro for the Olympics in August "Olympic Games is massively important for me" Federer said "I think it’s going to have a very special flair a unique flair" Federer collected a silver medal in singles at the 2012 London Olympics and gold in doubles in 2008 alongside Stan Wawrinka AFP 2013 1:43 am Related News A vigilance inquiry into the allegations of lapses on the part the Delhi Police in the investigation of the gangrape of a five-year-old girl in East Delhi has indicted Dharampal Singh,the Congress and BJP, 09.He accused Kumar of working slyly with the BJP-led NDA to destabilise the coalition. 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