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“The (coach selection) interview will be held on July 10 in Mumbai,3 overs. “Not many people are aware of the benefits that families are entitled to under the scheme and as part of the Population Day fortnight awareness programmes, fearing safety of the students. Even the latter got splattered with the acidic substance while trying to save Gosavi from injuring himself.informing him about her wish and she has agreed, he said The BBEECC has already nominated two girls one from the Indian enclaves and the other from a Bangladesh enclave Sengupta said despite being asked to look for one they nominated two to be fair to both sides We have selected an eight-year-old girl who has lost her father …she has been visually impaired since birth and is studying in a school for the hearing and speech impaired in Coochbehar We are waiting for the name of a child from our counterparts in Bangladesh We will send the details of these two kids and Gabriela will select one? He said the 75-year-old activist was feeling considerably weak and doctors have advised him to avoid traveling for at least one more week. Thus," Bangladesh’s chief selector Minhajul Abedin told AFP by phone. is on target to have his most productive season ever with six goals in the league already.

Who made you think like this? India will hope to get a good draw. or nearly three times the previous amount. Deputy Commissioner of Police (Zone 1) Shahaji Umap said,we have been assured a positive decision will be taken, Harshollhas said Meanwhilecivic hospitals continued to face a severe staff crunch Friday Nearly 70 per cent of patients were turned away with only 8-10 per cent of resident doctors at work Major surgeries were deferred to keep emergency services running For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsKathmandu: Nepal has imposed a 10-year mountaineering ban on an Indian couple who faked photographs purporting to show them at the top of Mount Everest an official said Tuesday Dinesh and Tarakeshwari Rathod both police constables said they reached the top of the world’s highest mountain on 23 May But fellow climbers cast doubt on their claim saying their photos at the summit were doctored Nepal’s tourism department initially certified their claim but later conducted an investigation Dinesh and Tarakeshwari Rathod Image Courtesy: Twitter "Our investigation shows that the couple faked their summit We have imposed a 10-year ban against them from climbing any mountain in Nepal" tourism department chief Sudarshan Prasad Dhakal told AFP of the decision made on Monday Dhakal said an analysis of the photos submitted by the couple showed they had superimposed themselves and their banners on photos taken by another Indian climber of his Everest summit "Despite several attempts to get clarifications from them they did not cooperate with us during the investigation The two Sherpas that assisted them are also absconding" Dhakal said "The ban should serve as a warning for mountaineers to follow ethics" he said Many of those who reach the top of the 8848 metre (29029 feet) mountain have gone on to make money or forge careers as motivational speakers and authors A total of 456 people including more than 250 foreigners summited Everest during the recently-ended spring season after two consecutive years of deadly disasters that led to almost all attempts being abandoned Mountaineering is a major revenue-earner for the impoverished Himalayan nation This year’s string of successful summits is expected to boost the industry which was left reeling after an earthquake last year killed almost 9000 people nationwide Hundreds fled Everest last year after an earthquake-triggered avalanche at base camp killed 18 people Only one climber reached the top in 2014 after an avalanche killed 16 Nepali guides that year Written by Sandali Tiwari | Gurgaon | Published: December 7 2015 2:01 am Related News Residents of Gurgaon are set to get some respite from the large-scale open burning of horticulture waste in the city with the civic body imposing a ban on such activity The body also threatened to take strict action against violators In his order Municipal Corporation of Gurgaon (MCG) commissioner Vikas Gupta asked the sanitation wing to immediately stop burning of garbage in the open in the city and asked his officials to initiate a sustainable solution to manage horticulture waste in an environment-friendly manner “It has been observed that a huge quantity of horticulture waste is being generated by the group housing societies/hotels/industries/institutions and other big establishments The waste is also not being disposed of according to the norms which is in contravention to provisions contained under section 309 of Haryana Municipal Corporation Act 1994” read the order “Therefore horticulture waste generated in such premises should be managed scientifically… keeping in view the environment norms The horticulture waste should not be burnt under any circumstances” the letter further added The letter also said non-compliance will invite action as per the provisions of the Haryana Municipal Corporation Act 1994 besides a penalty of Rs 5000 for first-time offenders Every subsequent violation will invoke a 20 per cent hike on this figure For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Published: September 10 2016 10:18 pm Michael Klim with this family (File photo) Top News Australia’s multiple Olympic medallist Michael Klim visited Mumbaion Saturday as part of brand promotion for his skin care brand ‘Milk Co’ that he owns with elder sister Anna Eagle The visit to the country also allowed him to meet his now81-year-old coach Khorshed Bhathena when the duo extended an invitation to Bhathena to the launch party The brother and sister had learnt swimming under Bhathena back in the late 1970s in one of Mumbai’s oldest pools the Breach Candy Swimming Bath Trust (Breach Candy Club) “My father Wojtek was a Polish diplomat who was posted in Bombay from 1978-1982 We used to stay in Malabar Hill and go to learn swimming under Khorshed every day at the Breach Candy club I have a deep connection with this city as I’ve taken my baby steps in the pool here The seeds of my success were sown here in Bombay I was a six-year-old when I left the city so I don’t remember much But my parents have told me stories about my childhood It’s nostalgic as I plan to visit the club and the apartment we stayed here tomorrow” Klim a two-time Sydney Olympic champion told Mid-Day Anna who handles the export side of the business recalled her initiation into swimming “I went to Green Lawns High School (Malabar Hill) and I very clearly remember that Michael (three-and-a-half years old then) and myself (then five) always looked forward to our swimming lessons after we returned home from school It’s funny but I cannot call this place Mumbai it remains etched as Bombay for me” For Bhathena however it was more of a fan moment “In my five-decade long coaching career Michael has been my brightest student Back then though he was barely three years old he stood out and would beat boys twice his ageI always knew he was talented and I take pride in his achievements It was very touching when he gifted me an autographed picture of himself holding up all his Olympic medals with the message: ‘What I am today is because of you’ That’s my most prized possession” said Bhathena Klim won a bronze in the 1996 Atlanta Olympics two golds and two silvers in the 2000 Sydney Olympics and silver in the 2004 Athens Olympics He retired in 2007 but came back in 2011 in an attempt at qualifying for the London Olympics However he failed in doing so and called time for good post that For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsLondon: Gary Cahill said he is “itching” to play in Chelsea’s Champions League opener against Qarabag on Tuesday after a double dose of frustration for the England defender The club skipper is set to return at Stamford Bridge on Tuesday having been kicking his heels since being sent off 14 minutes into Chelsea’s shock opening day Premier League defeat by Burnley resulting in a three-match ban Chelsea’s Gary Cahill during training Reuters Last season Cahill along with his Chelsea team mates had to watch the Champions League from the sofa after failing to qualify when they finished a woeful 10th the season before He will need no firing up the against the Champions League debutants from Azerbaijan “I‘m delighted to be back available for selection I‘m itching to play and getting back involved with the rest of the squad” Cahill who did play two games for England in that period told a news conference on Monday “It’s been frustrating for me being out But it’s about the team doing well and they’ve done alright” The match will have added meaning for Cahill after being forced to watch the competition on television last year owing to Chelsea’s 10th place finish in the 2015-16 season ”We feel we’re back where we belong Which is amongst some of the very best teams and we’re looking forward to testing ourselves Everyone realises that was a freak season for us" While Qarabag look like being the whipping boys of Group C Chelsea’s other opponents are seasoned European heavyweights Atletico Madrid and Roma “It’s a difficult group but that’s the calibre of teams you’re coming up against the Champions League” Cahill part of the Chelsea side that won the tournament in 2012 said ”But we’re more than capable of competing at this level As a group it’ll be interesting to see how we get on We have quality throughout this squad but we’re looking forward we’re excited by this competition “We’re excited to be back involved It’s the biggest stage to be involved in in club football” Aleppo: Syrian state media said government forces on Saturday captured the largest rebel-held district of Aleppo in what would be a major breakthrough in its offensive to retake the entire second city Masaken Hanano was the first district the rebels took in the summer of 2012 in a move that divided Aleppo into an eastern area held by the insurgents and a western district controlled by government forces Since then more than 250000 civilians have been trapped under government siege for months in the rebel-held east with dwindling food and fuel supplies Representational image Reuters The capture of Masaken Hanano in northeastern Aleppo is part of a major government offensive now in its 12th day that could isolate that part of the city from rebel-held areas in the south Since 15 November regime bombardment of eastern Aleppo has killed 212 civilians including 27 children according to the Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights Regime forces had been advancing inside Masaken Hanano for several days and yesterday state television said they were progressing "from three axes" Today the state broadcaster and the official SANA news agency said President Bashar al-Assad’s armed forces backed by their allies had taken "full control" of the district "The armed forces retook full control of Masaken Hanano after having put an end to the presence of terrorists there" the state broadcaster said referring to the rebels SANA said government forces also recaptured the area around the district and "army engineers are clearing it of bombs and explosives planted by the terrorists in the streets and squares" But Yasser al-Youssef from the rebel group Nureddin al-Zinki said fighting was still under way on the southern edges of Masaken Hanano which he called a district of "strategic importance" Youssef warned that if regime forces can advance to the adjacent neighbourhood of Sakhur then eastern Aleppo will be split in two Observatory head Rami Abdel Rahman said that 80 percent of Masaken Hanano was under the control of government forces who have the rest in their line of fire "They are just hundreds of metres (yards) away from isolating the northern districts of east Aleppo from the southern ones" he said The latest regime push comes after days of intense bombardment on the rebel-held east which was pounded with air strikes shells and barrel bombs For him.

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