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It’s not Chelsea standard to be happy to be out of the relegation zone, There will be only objective type questions and the question paper will be available in English,modifications cannot be made for such provisions, he adds Chandigarh has around 9 lakh registered vehicles for a population of 1055 lakh With a large number of families owning more than one carthere is a shortage of parking spaces At nightin most of the sectorsvehicles are lined on both sides of the roads There have been instances when emergency vehicles faced a hard time in passing through the internal roads Several proposals including constructing community parking lotsmultilevel parking lots as well as creating space around the parks by installing paver blocks have been implemented The problemhowevercontinues For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsDespite the Indian Super League grabbing more eyeballs the CEO of the I-League Sunando Dhar insists that India’s premier football competition’s 2014-15 season surpassed many expectations as indicated by higher TRPs and increased crowd attendance "The TRP ratings went up by 13 per cent the reach increased four times and crowd attendance everywhere except Goa increased The quality of competition was good there were some nice foreign players and we have plenty to look forward to in the next edition" Dhar was quoted as saying by The Times of India The All India Football Federation (AIFF) President Praful Patel recently said that India could eventually have just one league AIFF Dhar also talked up the previous season which Mohun Bagan won by two points on the last day of the league and called it ‘the best ever’ "Even if I were to handle the script I could not have written a better ending The title race and the relegation battle were both not decided until a few minutes before the end" he added The All India Football Federation (AIFF) President Praful Patel recently said that India could eventually have just one league rather than two (ISL and I-League) and there have been discussions in the media of the two merging in the future "Patel said that in a few years from now whether three four or five years India will eventually have just one league This means that there will be a merger between the I-League and the ISL (Indian Super League) although the technicalities aren’t clear for now He also stated that when the talks begin to combine the two leagues the interests of the I-League clubs will also be taken into account instead of just announcing a one-sided decision" an I-League club official was quoted as saying by Goalcom This has obviously created some tension in I-League clubs institutions which have been around for decades The ISL’s power to pull stars like Roberto Carlos Marco Materazzi Elano and Nicolas Anelka (among others) has also put Indian football on the global map Dhar informed that the AIFF has managed to get FIFA and the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) backing for the I-League "We have also initiated a dialogue with FIFA to see if they can help us with better marketing of the league FIFA are willing to help" he said This help will also come through AFC’s Kick Off programme which aids the development of clubs and leagues 16 countries are already part of the programme and India could certainly come under it very soon Click here to read the full Times of India article Lucknow:Favourites India overcame a goal deficit to edge out Spain 2-1 thereby sealing a semi-final spot in the men’s Junior Hockey World Cup in Lucknowtonight The hosts will meet Australia in the semi-final on Friday It was a far from impressive performance by the Indians who are touted as title contenders as they fumbled in almost all departments of the game A packed Major Dhyan Chand Stadium stadium heaved a sigh of relief when Simranjeet Singh (57th) equalised for India after Marc Serrahima gave Spain the lead in the 22nd minute Indian Junior Hockey team players celebrate [email protected] The Indians earned as many as nine penalty corners but could utilise just two with Harmanpreet converting the hosts’ eighth set piece in the 66th minute to clinch a last four berth By virtue of this win the Indian colts not only continued their domination over Spain but also managed to avenge their loss against the same opponents in the bronze medal match of the 2005 edition of the World Cup in Rotterdam Even though they enjoyed their share of ball possession Indians looked completely off-colour in the opening half There was a distinct lack of co-ordination There were sloppy mistakes while trapping and releasing the ball during the first half The Indian colts though created more openings but Spain utilised the lone opportunity thet got in the first half Spain came out with a tight defensive structure and relied on man marking to stop the attacking Indians India though had the two opportunities to take the lead when they secured two penalty corners early on in the opening half but wasted both as one first occasion skipper Harjeet Singh failed to stop the push and then Spanish goalkeeper Albert Perez came up with a fine save to deny Varun Kumar Spain then took the lead in the 22nd minute through Serrahima’s penalty corner conversion much to the stunned silence of the partisan crowd Three minutes later Mandeep Singh’s deflection from Santa Singh’s cross found the back of the Spanish net but it was disallowed by the umpire because of raising ball to go into the breather trailing by a goal After the change of ends the Indians went all out attacking in search of goals but fauiled to make any headway courtesy miss-passing and miss-trapping Four minutes into second half Spain almost extended their lead but custodian Vikas Dahiya came to his side’s rescue to deny Serrahima The Indians continued to attack but goals eluded them as Spanish goalkeeper Perez came up with a double save to deny Armaa Qureshi first and then Manpreet (Jr) from the rebound It was story of missed chances as India wasted two more penalty corners soon Nilkanta Sharma then came close in the 53rd minute but his deflection from Harmanpreet’s defence splitting pass went just wide of the goal India finally tasted success in the 57th minute from their fifth penalty corner This time too the hosts failed to stop the push but Sumit did enough to get a shot at the goal which was saved by the Spanish goalkeeper and from the rebound Simranjeet scored to the delight of the home fans US Congress sends Trump disaster aid debt limit increase | Reuters World Reuters Sep 08 2017 23:17:32 IST Comment 0 Tweet This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed Published Date: Sep 08 2017 23:17 PM | Updated Date: Sep 08 2017 23:17 PM Tags : By: Express News Service | Surat | Published: December 16 2017 4:26 am Vice president M Venkaiah Naidu (Express) Top News Vice-President Venkaiah Naidu and Union ministers Smriti Irani and Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi are expected to attend this year’s Iranshah Udvada Utsav (IUU) a Parsi community event which will be held in Valsad district from December 23 to 25 The Foundation for Development of Udvada (FDU) is organising the event with the support from Department of Tourism besides some Parsi community luminaries like Ratan Tata Dr Cyrus Poonawalla and Pheroza Godrej The first edition of the festival a brainchild of Prime Minister Narendra Modi was held in 2015 and attended by Union minister Arun Jaitley According to the IUU authorities Modi had asked the FDU to organise preferably an annual festival failing that once every two years when the community members from all over the world would be able to visit the town Sources in the organising committee said that Union Minister for Minority Affairs Naqvi will address the gathering on the first day Documentary film Jiyo Parsi which deals with the issue of declining population of the community in India will also be launched on the day Apart from this World Zoroastrian Congress Australia will make presentations on the inaugural day On the second day Union minister of Textiles Irani will address the Parsi community in the evening A heritage walk and treasure hunt has also been organised on the day In the afternoon a panel discussion on “How do we make our Zoroastrian religion relevant to the modern times” will be held besides other presentations Several cultural programmes by artistes belonging to the Parsi community have been organised in the night Naidu will remain present on the last day during which a felicitation programme has been organised Parsi community eminent personalities including Pallonji Shapoorji Mistry and Dr Farokh Udwadia will also deliver speeches on the concluding day District Collector C R Kharsan also held a meeting with the FDU and police department on Friday Resident Additional Collector of Valsad R J Mali said the police department has been asked to be on toes as Union ministers and guests from India and abroad are coming “We have made arrangements for helipads at Daman” said Mali FDU is expecting thousands of Parsis from across the world to attend the event Sources said that people who wanted to participate in the event had started registering themselves for the last three months “Till now 3000 people have registered themselves” said a source For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Raakhi Jagga | Ludhiana | Published: December 18 2017 12:10 am While carcasses of three black bucks were found in fields two were stuck in weeded nallah and hence could not be recovered (Express Photo) Top News In yet another such incident stray dogs attacked black bucks in the open wild life sanctuary in Abohar and killed five of them besides injuring two blue bulls (Neel Gai) near Mehrana village on Sunday morning While carcasses of three black bucks were found in fields two were stuck in weeded nallah and hence could not be recovered One of the black bucks was pregnant Near village Rampura and Bishanpura on Saturday night dogs injured two blue bulls which are currently being treated at a veterinary hospital These incidents are a serious cause for concern as a recent census of black bucks done by Punjab Biodiversity Board (PBB) indicated that population of black bucks was showing a sharp decline in this private and open wild life sanctuary being maintained by the Bishnoi community of Abohar The sanctuary is spread over 186 sq km of area In a similar incident on September 13 three black bucks one of them pregnant were killed by stray dogs RD Bishnoi president of Akhil Bhartiya Bishnoi Samaj said “The moment we got to know about this incident villagers ran after the dogs However stray dogs have become so wild that no one can risk their own lives They killed the black bucks whose carcasses were recovered from the fields in Mehrana village Two black bucks fell in the weeded nullah which is over 10 feet deep and full of sullage Their carcasses could not be traced as the nallah has not yet been cleaned and no one can go inside the dirty nallah” Wildlife officer Ashok Bishnoi said he reported all such incidents to his superiors “Population of dogs has increased in this area which needs to be checked However funds have to be provided” R D Bishnoi said that despite repeated incidents the Punjab government did not provide any funds to check stray dog population in this area For all the latest Ludhiana News download Indian Express App More Top News Day 1 report: Rain forced an early end of the first day’s play of the third cricket Test between India and Sri Lanka at the Sinhalese Sports Club (SSC) here on Friday with just about one hour’s play possible India were 50/2 against Sri Lanka when rain interrupted play before lunch Opening batsman Cheteshwar Pujara (19 not out) and captain Virat Kohli (14 not out) were at the crease after 15 overs of play The game didn’t resume after that as the rain poured frequently to ensure no more play was possible on the first day File picture of Virat Kohli AFP Earlier India lost opener Lokesh Rahul (2) and Ajinkya Rahane (8) during the opening hour’s play With the series tied 1-1 India didn’t get the start they wanted Right-hander Rahul left a right-arm pacer Dhammika Prasad delivery only to see it dart in and rattle his off stump in the second ball of the day The next to go was Rahane who was plumb in front of the wicket against right-arm medium pacer Nuwan Pradeep The ball was pitched up and Rahane played it across to miss the line completely Skipper Kohli was given got a life when he pushed an away going delivery from Pradeep only succeeding to edge it to the keeper Kusal Perera who dropped the chance Kohli was batting on 4 then Later Kolhi and Pujara who was getting his first chance to play in the series batted cautiously to ward off the danger posed by the Sri Lankan bowlers till rain poured down heavily and forced the umpires to call an early lunch India handed a Test debut to Madhya Pradesh wicketkeeper Naman Ojha while glovesman Kusal Perera also made his first appearance for Sri Lanka IANS He was in position to sweep KC Cariappa’s mystery spin,After collecting the FIRs,which the police later altered the IPC Section to 460 (lurking house- trespass or house- breaking by night causing death or grievous hurt) when the couple?

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