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800 crore. unbeaten on 40, when he scored a breathtaking goal against Athletic Bilbao in the Copa Del Rey final — sending the football world into a frenzy as he left four defenders on the right wing in a knot before cutting inside and finishing at the near post with precision.These deputationists block the senior-most posts which hinder promotion aspects of the Chandigarh employees, added Bhardwaj The representatives will hold campaigns to sensitise the city residents towards the issue starting in May For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | London | Published: July 28 2016 12:16 pm Campbell who won a pair of bronzes at the 2008 Beijing Games was a member of the women’s 4x100m freestyle relay team that took Australia’s only gold in the London pool (Source: Reuters) Top News Australian swimming has moved on from the debacle in the London pool four years ago and it’s ‘disrespectful’ to keep reminding the Olympic team about it in the leadup to Rio de Janeiro 100 metres freestyle world record holder Cate Campbell has said Swimming superpower Australia’s proud Olympic record was tarnished at London where they won just a solitary relay title and slumped to their worst medal haul in 20 years A post-Games review found a “toxic culture” had developed in the team along with evidence of drunkenness prescription drug abuse and mismanagement by senior staff Bringing new management to Rio and some outstanding results at recent events Australia head into the Aug 5-21 Games with renewed confidence London however remains a raw nerve for swimmers like Campbell who were on the 2012 team that was lashed by local media as a waste of taxpayers’ money “We are always asked what has changed since London” Campbell told Australian media at a training camp in Auburn Alabama “Now we have a new head coach we have a new CEO we have a new president all in 2013 “In 2014 we had the most successful Commonwealth Games swim team ever “In 2015 we topped the medal tally for Olympic events (at the world championships) “We have moved from a rules-based regime to a values-based regime “I think you cannot compare where we are now to where we were in 2012 and I think it’s unfair and disrespectful to the athletes on this team to be constantly bringing up something that happened in 2012 and most of them were not a part of it” Campbell who won a pair of bronzes at the 2008 Beijing Games was a member of the women’s 4x100m freestyle relay team that took Australia’s only gold in the London pool but fell ill before her individual events “I had a great 2012 and I can look back on that with pride and I think that it’s not just the athletes that have changed it’s the organisation” added Campbell “We have opened channels of communication and it has been a great and liberating process to be a part of and I think we can very well and truly put this matter to rest” The tall 24-year-old who will compete against her world champion sister Bronte at Rio is favourite to win the 100 freestyle and a medal chance in the 50 along with the 4x100m relay For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Rio De Janeiro | Published: August 14 2016 5:41 pm The keirin is a race in which track cyclists sprint for victory (Source: AP) Top News He rides with champions but his name is not on any team list or competition schedule Ivo Siebert 35 a semi-professional who owns a bike shop in southern Brazil is setting the pace for the track cycling keirin event calmly riding an electric bike while the world’s fastest racers prowl behind him preparing to sprint “You feel that energy behind you… but you have to keep very focused on the speed on the curves” said Siebert who in flapping beige trousers and black backpack looks more like a man commuting to work than an important part of an Olympic event The keirin is a race in which track cyclists sprint for victory after a speed-controlled start behind a motorized pacer Tracing its roots to the gambling circles of post-war Japan where it gained popularity for its drama and unpredictability it first became an Olympic event at the Sydney Games in 2000 In Rio’s Olympic velodrome Siebert peels aside with two-and-a-half laps to go Unleashed the racers pump to a full sprint weaving dangerously up and down the inclined track with curves so steep a ladder is required to clean them Crashes are not uncommon On Saturday three riders hit the boards tearing great holes in their lycra during women’s qualification No one was badly hurt however “Thankfully I’m not really able to watch the race I think it’s better that way” said Siebert Standing about six feet tall with closely cropped hair and serious eyes Siebert hesitated when first asked to ride the electric bike “I needed a few hours to think about it” he said slowly as if weighing up the decision again “It’s a really big responsibility” He might not be competing for a medal but the race depends on Siebert gradually increasing his speed from 25 km per hour to 50 km before pulling aside at just the right moment Millions of people around the world are watching For a first timer it can be daunting On Friday long after Britain’s Bradley Wiggins claimed his fifth gold and left the arena Siebert shared the venue with cleaners and a handful of left-over reporters doing practice laps around the track “Out of respect for the athletes you have to make sure nothing goes wrong These riders to me they are semi-gods” Siebert said He does not take the responsibility lightly “When I woke up this morning I didn’t look at my phone didn’t talk to too many people I just stayed focused like I used to before a race” he said Will he put up a photo of this moment in his shop “I probably will I’ll have to ask them for one from the final” he said his serious gaze breaking into a smile For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsKarachi:Misbah-ul-Haq will lead Pakistan in next month’s Test tour of West Indies ending speculation about his immediate future as captain of the side The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) announced that the 42-year-old Misbah will continue to lead Pakistan in the three-match Test series scheduled from 22 April File picture of Pakistan Test captain Misbah-ul-Haq AFP The Tests will be preceded by a limited-overs series of four Twenty20s and three one-dayers The PCB said in a statement that Misbah has conveyed his availability for the tour to Board Chairman Shaharyar Khan "Accordingly the Chairman has approved his appointment as captain of the Pakistan test team for the upcoming Test series in West Indies" the statement said "The Chairman has also approved the appointment of Sarfaraz Ahmad as vice-captain of the Pakistan Test side" it added Sarfaraz is already the captain of the ODI and T20 national sides after Azhar Ali stepped down as captain of the one-day team at the start of the Pakistan Super League last month The announcement brings to an end a debate which has been raging since last month on whether Misbah would continue as captain or batsman for the tour of West Indies Misbah had earlier said he wanted to carry on playing as batsman and do well for his team but it was up to the board to appoint him as captain or not The senior batsman has led Pakistan in 53 of his 72 Tests since late 2010 and is Pakistan’s most successful captain in the five-day format Saarbrucken: It turned out to be a heartbreaking end to Sourabh Verma’s rampaging run at the Bitburger Open as the Indian shuttler went down fighting to World No 16 Shi Yuqi of China in the summit clash of the Grand Prix Gold badminton tournament here on Sunday File image of Sourabh Verma Getty images The 23-year-old Indian who had clinched the Chinese Taipei Open last month suffered a 19-21 20-22 loss against Shi in a 45-minute men’s singles final clash It was the second successive title for Shi who had clinched the French Super Series last week For World No 57 Sourabh however it was his third runners-up finish this season after finishing second best at international challengers at Belgium and Poland Sourabh who is on a comeback trail after spending almost a year on the sidelines due to elbow and knee injuries last year ever since he recovered from a series of injuries had defeated Denmark’s Anders Antonsen seeded 15th 21-15 21-18 last night to reach the men’s singes final Sourabh had come into the finals of the $120000 tournament with a 0-1 record against the Chinese who had beaten him in a gruelling three-game match early this year at the Syed Modi International Championships in January The Indian fought back from 6-9 deficit to grab a 13-10 lead at one stage and kept his nose ahead till 18-16 when Shi reeled off four straight points to turn the tables on the Indian Sourabh made it 19-20 but the Chinese ensured he had the advantage as he pocketed the first game In the second game Sourabh was 6-4 and 9-7 ahead but once again the Chinese marched ahead leading 14-10 With a jump smash Sourabh drew parity at 15-15 But a brilliant rally ended with a superb stroke at the net for Shi who produced a sharp slice next to lead 17-15 Sourabh again made it 17-17 and also went into the lead at 19-18 when Shi’s smash got buried at net But another great net play helped the Chinese make it 19-19 A body smash gave Sourabh a chance to come back into the match but a straight smash and then another point gave the chance to the Chinese who sealed it when Sourabh hit the shuttle high and long In the semifinal match Sourabh dished out a gritty performance as he fought back from 3-6 and 8-10 down to grab 14-12 lead Antonsen clawed his way back immediately but the Indian ensured he pockets the first game In the second game Sourabh opened up a 10-7 lead but the Denmark shuttler drew parity at 15-15 and then grabbed a 18-16 lead But the Indian reeled off five points to seal the issue in his favour Sourabh’s younger brother and National Champion Sameer Verma seeded 12th however lost 18-21 15-21 to Shi Yuqi in another semifinal match on Saturday Written by Pragya Kaushika | New Delhi | Published: April 23 2013 12:42 am Related News Bharatiya Janata Party MLAKulwant Ranawas arrested and sent to judicial custody on Mondayafter he surrendered in court following a non-bailable warrant against him over an alleged casteist remark The NBW was issued as Rana failed to appear in court during the earlier hearings of the case filed against him by a fellow BJP memberKaran Singh SinghBJPs Kisan Morcha memberfiled an FIR against Rana on January 24 alleging that the MLA had slapped him and made casteist remarks against him during the announcement of results of a local political body election The court of Additional Sessions Judge Kamini Lau sent Rana to six day judicial custody and dismissed his plea for anticipatory bail The court noted that he had been chargesheeted under the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Actwhich does not have provision of anticipatory bail The court directed the investigating officer to appear before it on the next date of hearingwhile also issuing notice to the complainant The matter will come up for hearing on April 26 Singh in his complaint had alleged that Rana had raised questions about his presence at the mandal electionsand then made casteist remarks about his involvement in local politics A mandal is the basic level of a party organisationwith at least four mandals in a legislative assembly constituency The alleged altercation happened during the declaration of result for election of the president of Rithala mandal Singh claimed Rana slapped him before other party memberswho intervened and stopped the argument MeanwhileBJP sources said the complaint was politically motivated, download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Aditi Vatsa | Ghaziabad | Published: February 21, Now, The case pertained to petitions filed by Gurgaon villagers, wicketkeeper-batsman Naman Ojha said he is keen to make amends after an average Test debut against Sri Lanka in August-September. 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We hope to take a final decision at the meeting of the committee members, A government release termed the meeting as a courtesy visit by Modi to Advani, I will try to score as many goals as possible, The striker started his career at top-division side Villareal CF (2001) He was later promoted to their B team (2003) and started playing in the second division Thereafterhe plied his trade for several Segunda-Division B clubs – Moralo CPCP CacereoUD LanzaroteCD Teruel and Villajoyosa CFestablishing himself as a proven goal scorer He also had a short stint in Greece at Panachaiki FC in 2008 Born to a Spanish father and an Equatorial-Guinean motherRaúl holds both Spanish and Equato-Guinean nationality In 2011he was naturalised to play for the Equatorial Guinea national team for the 2012 African Cup of Nations The striker made two appearances against eventual champions Zambia in the group stage and against Ivory Coast in the quarters during the Cup of Nations Overall in his careerhe has made a total of six appearances for Equatorial Guinea For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Tabassum Barnagarwala | Mumbai | Published: May 29 2017 2:12 am Pritikanta Pattnayak helps translate for Bengali Odia and Assamese patients at Tata Memorial Hospital Prashant Nadkar Related News Whenever 59-year-old P C John enters Tata Memorial Hospital patients from Mizoram surround him with their medical files and questions about their ongoing treatment John is the only official appointed by the government of Mizoram to aid patients who travel to Mumbai for treatment With Mumbai fast growing as a favoured medical hub hospitals are seeing a need for more translators to overcome the language barrier between doctors and patients John (59) is from Kerala but in 20 years of service has become fluent in the Mizo language From 10 new patients per month a decade ago Tata hospital now receives 20 for cancer treatment every month “In Mumbai doctors have no time to explain slowly My role comes here” John says From explaining the treatment procedure to the side effects to translating patients’ doubts for doctors and vice versa John handles the entire Mizo patient influx in Mumbai From outside India Mumbai receives patients mainly from West Asia Afghanistan and Bangladesh as it offers affordable health care The Tata Memorial Hospital records show that 688 Bangladeshis came here for cancer treatment in 2016 According to the state tourism and culture department Maharashtra receives at least 2 lakh medical tourists in a year a number expected to rise to 5 lakh over the next two years At Saifee Hospital in South Mumbai an average of 10 new patients from West Asia are noted daily “We have cutting edge bariatric treatment for which several patients come to us” said Saifee Hospital COO Huzaifa Shehabi At Fortis Hospital in Mulund 50 international patients visit every month Apart from two full-time translators a panel of need-based translators is also frequently approached “We work with the Health Departments of many countries and this engagement draws patients We also have a lot of medical students who visit for training and then become reference points for us” said Fortis zonal director Dr S Narayani According to Huzefa Ajmeri who coordinates treatment of Arab patients at five hospitals across India the demand for translators is huge “I don’t just do translation work We have to manage entire treatment of patients from their arrival until their return” he says Earlier employed full time at Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital where he would coordinate with four patients per day Ajmeri had to translate medical reports from English into Arabic for West Asian patients to understand “They do not know about the currency culture or language So I have to communicate what the doctors plan for their treatment and convey their doubts to the doctor” he adds According to him patients from West Asia mainly Iraq Oman and Yemen visit Mumbai for cancer and pediatric congenital heart diseases “Translators form an integral part in medical tourism But the job is not easy” adds Ajmeri Pritikanta Pattnayak helps translate for Bengali Odia and Assamese patients at Tata Memorial Hospital He coordinates with at least 15-20 patients per day “Cancer is a complex disease A lot of times these patients can drop out if the communication is not good” Pattnayak says He used to coordinate with three patients in a month from Bangladesh and Odisha in 2004 which has now risen to four new patients every day He remembers that a 75-year-old gall bladder cancer patient from Odisha wanted to return to his hometown The doctor kept explaining that treatment was essential to save his life “When I intervened and explained in his local language he readily agreed to continue treatment Translators become necessary to bridge the communication gap between the hospital and patient” Pattnayak said Several housewives and college students volunteer with hospitals to translate for Bengali patients Sometimes Pattnayak gets calls from patients at night to vent their frustration Several new patients call him from Bangladesh and Odisha to understand treatment “Since 2004 when I first started working several patients have gone back and passed on my number I cannot dare to change it” he smiles In the past 13 years he says he has helped translate conversations of as many as 2000 Odia and Bengali patients For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Lausanne | Published: July 10 2017 12:06 am Bid leaders from LA and Paris arrived this weekend in Lausanne ahead of their Tuesday morning presentations to the full IOC membership (Source: File) Top News The United States is going to host its first Summer Olympics since 1996 France is going to host its first Summer Olympics in at least 100 years Just don’t expect the International Olympic Committee to announce this week which of Los Angeles or Paris will host the 2024 Olympics and which will get the 2028 edition Bid leaders from LA and Paris arrived this weekend in the Olympic capital city Lausanne ahead of their Tuesday morning presentations to the full IOC membership France’s President Emmanuel Macron arrives Monday to offer his charismatic support Both bid teams declined official comment Sunday about an expected decision to prepare for a double hosting award in September when the IOC’s annual meeting is held in Lima Peru A consensus deal between the bid cities and IOC leadership seems likely before anyone arrives in the Peruvian capital Paris has been seen as favorite for 2024 the centenary of its last Olympics after recent comments by LA Mayor Eric Garcetti and LA 2024 bid chairman Casey Wasserman acknowledging their openness to look ahead to 2028 Still the cities must first complete the required presentation Tuesday of their technical plans for staging more than 300 medal events across more than two weeks An IOC evaluation panel hailed them last week as outstanding In a normal Olympic hosting race the Swiss midsummer event would be a key stage in a fiercely fought campaign However the 2024 Summer Games bidding stopped being normal last December when IOC President Thomas Bach said the existing selection process produced too many losers A double award due on Sept 13 has seemed increasingly likely in the seven months since Bach’s statement upended calculations It offers the IOC stability with two world-class cities for the next decade after years of busted budgets for hosts and political defeats to sink potential candidates It also guards against a 2024 loser refusing to bid again for 2028 The plan must be approved by the full IOC of up to 95 members on Tuesday afternoon hours after LA and Paris present on stage at a convention center on the outskirts of Lausanne It would be a stunning upset if the typically conservative IOC including members of European and Arab royal families fails to ratify a formal proposal made last month by the Bach-chaired executive board The board opened a two-day meeting Sunday that will focus on other Olympic business For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsThe socialite who derisively expanded DMK to ‘Delhi Money for Karunanidhi’ can eat crow So can former Comptroller and Auditor-General of India Vinod Rai who majestically declared that the loss to the exchequer due to the 2G scam was an astounding Rs 1760000000000 Or Rs 176 lakh crore The number of zeroes was enough to taint the then UPA government and label it as a corrupt regime — a charge from which it never quite recovered And its telecom minister Andimuthu Raja a representive of Congress ally the DMK was the fall guy seen as a courier boy to arrange funds for his political masters in Chennai Judge OP Saini’s verdict acquitting everyone in the 2G case means ‘No One Stole Spectrum’ That it was all hawa-hawai by the then Opposition certain members of the bureaucracy and the media The acquittal of Raja Kanimozhi and the rest means the 2G scam that the CBI miserably failed to establish in court never happened File image of Narendra Modi’s meeting with DMK supremo M Karunanidhi last month PTI But given the high-profile nature of the case and the dirt that was flung around people will find it difficult to believe there was no hanky panky Such is the distrust for the political class especially those in the non-NDA cluster that the UPA’s critics will point that it is at best a technical victory? as the expectations now would be — will become extremely significant. 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