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American high jumper Jamie Nieto can shuffle 130 steps without a cane or walker. “The fact that his motorcycle might, ? the property is worth Rs 600 crore at present market rates.but nothing objectionable was found against the Masanis, Porbandar SP Deepan Bhadran saidadding Narshi has been booked for his suicide bid last year Deputy SP Harubha Parmar said that according to the complaint registered with Kirtimandir police stationMasani had attempted suicide alleging harassment by the local police An inquiry into his allegations against the then DySP Makrand Chauhan was ordered by Junagadh range IGbut the report was still to come to the Porbandar policeParmar said On April 13 last year40-year-old Narshi had consumed poisonalleging he was tired of mental and physical harassment by Chauhan on the pretext of probing his Pakistani links and his growing fortune The Masanis had alleged that Narshi was frequently called at Kamlabaug police station and tortured Various central and state agencies investigating the 26/11 case have given the Masanis a clean chit and their trawler Kuber was returned to them For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: April 5 2013 3:08 am Related News If all goes wellsoonPrime Minister Manmohan Singh could be handing over the possession of over 8400 flats in Dhanas next month to the beneficiaries These flats were constructed as part of the ambitious slum rehabilitation scheme under the JNNURM by the UT Administration and is one of the biggest slum rehabilitation schemes in the country The Chandigarh Housing Board officials have already invited Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to be the chief guest at the mega event Sources in the Chandigarh Housing Board (CHB) say that officials are making all-out efforts to ensure that the PM makes it to the event The project hashoweveralready crossed several deadlines and the UT Administrator Shivraj Patil had in a meeting held in January this year given a final deadline to the UT officials for completing the ambitious project by April-end Alreadythe UT Administration has linked the allotment of around 8400 small flatsunder the JNNURM schemeto Aadhaar numbers This allotment will be one of its kind in the whole country For the purposethe Chandigarh Housing Board has already done the verification of about 8100 beneficiaries Recentlythe UT Engineering Department had submitted that the external infrastructure work being executed by them is nearing completion For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsMoscow: Russia’s Defense Ministry says it has fired cruise missiles from the Mediterranean Sea on positions of the Islamic State group in Syria The ministry said in a statement on Friday that two frigates and a submarine launched six cruise missiles on IS installations in the Hama province in Syria destroying command centers and ammunition depots It did not say when the missiles were launched Russia is one of the strongest backers of Syrian president Bashar Assad’s government and has been carrying airstrikes in the country since September 2015 Moscow had fired missiles in the past from the Mediterranean at militants’ positions in Syria By: Express Web Desk | Cardiff | Updated: June 13 2017 12:48 am Sarfraz Ahmed scored unbeaten 61 to help Pakistan win against Sri Lanka (Source: Reuters) Related News A win that Pakistan needed A match the Champions Trophy needed A game that only summarises Pakistan campaign so far in the ICC Champions Trophy 2017 A stunning bowling performance to bowl out Sri Lanka for 236 at Cardiff and then making batting look easy But actually they never got going After suffering a middle order collapse which saw them lose five wickets for 45 runs Pakistan overcame all hurdles to beat Sri Lanka by three wickets and book a spot in the semi-final Sarfraz Ahmed and Mohammad Amir stitched together an unbeaten 75-run stand for the eighth wicket as Pakistan chased down the target in 445 overs and reach the semi-finals where they face England at Cardiff on Wednesday Pakistan made two comebacks in the game both stunning First the stunning display of pace bowling saw them bowl out Sri Lanka for 236 after they had got a decent platform to launch the attack The second which should not have happened was when Sarfraz and Amir provided the calm approach which was missing in the chase Pakistan began the chase with an aggressive approach as Fakhar Zaman playing only his second one-day international came out and started unleashing Pakistan did not run away with the game but were 74 for no loss after 11 overs Zaman never looked to curb down his aggression and had to pay the price for that Nuwan Pradeep bowled a well directed bouncer and Zaman pulled without any control He managed to find the fielder at fine-leg Pakistan just when it looked like they will unleash and make this chase look easy lost the way Babar Azam became Pradeep’s second victim as he offered an easy catch to mid-wicket Mohammed Hafeez then got a leading edge and was caught at mid-on off Thisara Perera Suddenly Sri Lanka were back in it Suranga Lakmal got one to bounce a bit extra and Azhar Ali edged it to the third slip Sri Lanka were all over Pakistan From 92 for 1 Pakistan collapsed to 137 for 6 Lasith Malinga had Shoaib Malik caught behind down the leg side before Imad Wasim became Pradeep’s third victim Debutant Fahim Ashraf played a sensible knock of 28 runs off 43 balls before his innings ended in an unfortunate way Sarfraz played it straight back and Angelo Mathews got a hand on the ball in his follow-through Fahim was backing up and could not make it back to his ground as the ball hit the stumps Sarfraz and Amir then brought the calm and Sri Lanka let go off the match from an easy position Amir joined Sarfraz with Pakistan needing 75 more runs with three wickets in hand Sri Lanka were the favourite But dropped catches and erratic fielding which resulted in overthrows saw them lose the grip of the match Perera put down a simple catch of Sarfraz at mid-on and later substitute fielderSeekkuge Prasanna dropped him again in the 41st over Lasith Malinga was the bowler on both occasions Sri Lanka kept making errors in the field and Pakistan kept finding their way back into the game In the end Sarfraz hit Malinga towards third-man to seal the game If this was Malinga’s last ICC tournament then Sri Lanka did not give him the farewell he deserved Pakistan team was completely opposite while bowling Sri Lanka would not have thought that despite in the advantage for majority of the innings they were bowled out for 236 It was mainly because of Junaid Khan and Amir From 161 for 3 Sri Lanka collapsed to 167/7 thanks to a four-over burst from the two pacers It was solid display of some sensational pace bowling from the pacers Junaid who dropped for the first game against India bowled his heart out and with Amir changed the game Junaid bowled the delivery of the match as he pitched one up toDhananjaya de Silva which seamed away just enough to take the outside edge of the bat Before this Amir had dismissed Mathews to end a threatening partnership between Niroshan Dickwella and Mathews Mathews wicket denied Sri Lanka the platform to launch the final flurry Dickwella was caught behind for 73 and then hard-hitting Perera was caught in the slips as Sri Lanka failed to play out the complete 50 overs For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Melbourne | Published: November 16 2016 1:33 pm Steve Smith (R) was the only batsman from Australia to show some fight in second Test against South Africa (Source: AP) Top News Australia’s hapless performances in the 2-0 series loss to South Africa came in for huge criticism from the country’s local media on Wednesday with demands for heads to roll in both the dressing room and the corridors of power at Cricket Australia “Disgrace to the baggy green” was the headline lament of The Australian newspaper in its coverage of the test team’s innings and 80-run defeat in Hobart on Tuesday “Australia’s endemic problems demand a long-term approach but in the short term changes must be made for Adelaide” the paper’s cricket writer Andrew Faulkner wrote Australia who lost the opener against South Africa by 177 runs in Perth head into the series finale at Adelaide Oval riding a five-match losing streak with confidence at rock bottom “Worst XI – Australian cricket in crisis after record capitulation” read a headline in the Courier Mail “Australia’s players are overpaid and mollycoddled to the point where the priceless quality that separates the great from the good — resilience — is almost invisible” Robert Craddock wrote in the paper Former captain Allan Border who like current skipper Steven Smith had to carry the team through a low point in the mid-1980s put the blame squarely on the players “Tuesday was a terrible day at the office for every member of the Australian cricket team — and every supporter too” he wrote in Sydney’s Daily Telegraph “Nothing has changed in regards to team managers staffing and high-performance “And that’s why the players have to take responsibility” Ricky Ponting another former captain was scathing of the team’s batting which produced a paltry first innings total of 85 in Hobart and another collapse when they lost eight wickets and scored just 40 runs in the session before lunch on day four “The Aussie batters they just didn’t know where to go what to do” Ponting said on BT Sport “They got very defensive minded and when they do that — it’s been shown through this test series — their techniques aren’t good enough to stand up” News Ltd newspapers put pressure on chairman of selectors Rod Marsh to step down now rather than in mid-2017 as he had previously announced Embattled Cricket Australia boss James Sutherland defended his board from accusations that its pursuit of commercial gains had come at the cost of on-field performance After South Africa Australia start a three-test series against Pakistan next month and play four tests against India in February and March But CA have scheduled one-day international matches with New Zealand immediately before both of the test series fuelling complaints the players’ preparations for the longer format regarded the peak of the game in Australia will suffer “We find the balance” Sutherland told reporters in Hobart on Wednesday “We have significant obligations to our fans to our venues to our state associations to our commercial partners to deliver content to cricket grounds and cricket venues all over the country “But the team’s performance is always uppermost in our mind” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Pune | Published: November 3 2016 10:01 pm Rafael Coelho of FC Goa scored the lone goal of the game (Source: ISL) Top News FC Goa secured a hard-fought 1-0 victory over FC Pune City to climb up from the bottom of the Indian Super League points table on Thursday FC Goa were in danger of exiting the league early this season but coach Zico masterminded his first win over a team coached by Antonio Habas as Brazilian striker Rafael Coelho scored the all-important goal from a free-kick in the 32nd minute at Balewadi Sports Complex Stadium The win helped FC Goa move to the seventh spot with seven points from eight matches while FC Pune City are now at the bottom with six points from seven matches Zico made as many as five changes to the team that lost the last match at home against Delhi Dynamos Zico preferred to strengthen his defence with three international players while goalkeeper Laxmikant Kattimani Sanjay Balmuchu and Robin Singh also returning to the side Habas who had never lost a match against Goa made three changes at least one necessitated with the two-match suspension of defender D Ravanan FC Goa looked solid at the start working their way neatly ahead Joffre Gonzalez was presented with the first chance in the 10th minute when Pune lost the ball but the Spanish midfielder shot wide from close range after getting into a good position Brazilian striker Rafael Coelho also had a chance in the 23rd minute only to be blocked by Mohammed Sissoko inside the danger zone Luciano Sobrosa then missed a chance from a corner-kick when he headed wide but Goa eventually managed to take the lead in the 32nd minute Joffre won a free-kick just outside the box after being brought down by Pune defender Augustine Fernandes Rafael stepped up and curled the ball into the far corner of the nets past Pune goalkeeper Edel Bete who was distracted by the presence of Goa striker Robin Singh in the wall Pune came very close to securing the equaliser just before the half-time break as Jonatan Lucca cut past five Goa players but his shot was saved by goalkeeper Kattimani In the second session Pune had more of the ball but could not breach the solid defensive line manned by captain Gregory Arnolin Rafael Dumas and Luciano Goa had two good chances to kill the match but Joffre shot wide after being put clear by Rafael and the Brazilian striker was himself guilty of missing an easy chance after he cut past the goalkeeper but only ended up providing an opportunity for Pune defender Rahul Bheke to head the ball away from the goal-line For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Published: April 20 2017 3:23 pm PV Sindhu crashed out of the quarters at the Singapore Open Superseries (Source: PTI) Top News PV Sindhu has jumped two places to stand at World No 3 in the latest BWF Rankings announced on Thursday This comes on the back of her quarterfinal finish at the Singapore Open Superseries where she lost to Carolina Marin Just two weeks earlier she had achieved World No 2 ranking with the India Open win and then dropped to World No 5 with a first round exit in Malaysian Open On the men’s side of things Singapore Open Superseries winner B Sai Praneeth achieved his career best ranking of World No 22 after jumping eight spots Also moving as many places was Kidambi Srikanth to stand 21st in the rankings The other Indian in women’s top 10 rankings is Saina Nehwal who is still finding her feet after the knee injury post the RioOlympics Nehwal has risen one place to World No 8 despite not playing the Singapore Open to work on her fitness Third best Indian in the ranking charts is Rituparna Das at World No 46 and Tanvi Lad is 53rd Amongst the men Ajay Jayaram still leads the pack for the country to stand 13th in the rankings table having climbed one place He had reached the quarters of Malaysia Open but lost in the opening round of Singapore Open Superseries Elsewhere Tai Tzu Ying continues to dominate the women’s charts to stand at the pinnacle with titles in Singapore Malaysia and All England Badminton Championships In fact such is her dominance that the last tournament she played and did not win was the China Open last year where PV Sindhu had bagged the title At number two in the rankings isCarolina Marin who had finished finalist in Singapore In the men’s rankingLee Chong Wei of Malaysiais at the top with Viktor Axelsen and Jan O Jorgensen forming the top three For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by EXPRESS FEATURES SERVICE | Published: July 24 2013 2:46 am Related News The image of the super womanconstantly juggling home and workmay often be projected as a mark of progress but health experts are not celebrating it Sixty-five per cent doctors believe that the lack of oestrogen hormonewhich is due to changing lifestyle and other co-morbid conditions such as obesityhypertension and diabetesis among the top five reasons responsible for younger women developing cardiovascular diseases This was revealed in a recent survey on Visualizing the Extent of 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