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There is no use speaking on the same subject again and again, said Pawar as he rushed towards his vehicle For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Published: July 25 2012 3:55 am Top News Nadir Shah Patel father of actress Laila Khan whoalong with five family memberswas allegedly murdered at her Igatpuri farmhouse last year filed an affidavit in the Bombay High Court on Tuesday stating that after his family went missingAsif Sheikhnamed by the police as the second husband of Lailas mother Shelinasold a shop owned by Lailas sister Azmina in LokhandwalaAndheri (W) On July 5Patel had registered a complaint with the Mumbai Police Crime Branch at the Oshiwara police station alleging that Sheikh and Pervez Ahmed TakShelinas third husband and prime accused in the murdershad kidnapped the six In the murder case being probed by the Mumbai Police Crime BranchhoweverSheikh has not been named as accused Patel had filed a petition in the Bombay High Court seeking transfer of the investigation to the CBI The affidavitfiled through lawyer Ejaz Naqvistated that Azmina owned a shop in Lokhandwala that was worth Rs 2-3 crore He said it was rented out for Rs 150000 per month In MarchSheikh sold the shop to a person named Narula without seeking the permission of any family memberPatel alleged Lailas father also claimed that the police have wrongly informed the media that the shop was sold by Azmina and its sale did not require to be probed He said he suspected the involvement of police officers in the alleged illegal sale of shop number 17 in the Anchor Building in Lokhandwala His affidavit stated that he has good reasons to believe that the money obtained through the sale was shared by Sheikh and some police officers Patel said a probe into the calls made by police officers and Sheikh will throw light on the shady deals made by them using a forged sale agreement of the victims property The petition is likely to be heard by the court on July 26 For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: April 12 2013 3:50 am Related News Preparations are underway for the Chandigarh Marathon scheduled for April 14 Half and full marathons will be heldapart from Run for Fun events A meeting of the officers of different departments was held to oversee the preparations The route for the Half Marathonwhich is 211 kilometreswill start from the Rock Garden towards Secretariat roundabout on to Jan Margu-turn at Matka chowk and back to Secretariat roundabout with two loops The runners will then go past the CM residencesmain secretariatnear Open Hand MonumentRaj BhawanGolf courseCGA and Kishangarh The marathon will end at Rock Garden The route for the Full Marathon (42 km) will be the same as that for the Half Marathonexcept to be lapped twice by professional runners Cheerleaders will be deputed along the route to provide encouragement to the participants School bands will also play Prizes of upto Rs 1 lakh will be given to the winners in Half and Full Marathons and to encourage women runnersthere will be special prizes Interested runners could get themselves registered at the Marathon Expo being organized at CGA Academy on April 12 The already registered participants will get free T-shirts and registration bibs at this venue For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Rakhi Jagga | Ludhiana | Published: October 18 2013 4:35 am Related News In a shocking incidenta doctor in Shakti NagarJagraonmurdered her husband and two kids after adding poison to their food and later committed suicide by hanging herself from ceiling fan on Thursday morning She called her parents before committing suicide and even wrote a four-page suicide note after killing her husband and kids Dr Parminder Kaurin her 30sdid private practice near her residence while her husband Gupreet Singh Chozi was a financer of Jagraon The couple did not have cordial relationship and they used to suspect each other for having extra-martial affairs Debt on the financer was another reason for domestic violence It is learnt that the husband wanted to sell the house which was owned by his wifebut the latter never wanted to sell it due to which the couple used to have arguments Howeverpolice said finance was not a major problem for the couple SSP Ashish Chaudhary said the kids and husband were poisoned Apart from poisoningthe husband was strangulated as well by the same rope with which the doctor committed suicide later The kids who died were 8-year- old Jasmeet Singh and 13-year-old girl Zameena The SSP said the exact details would be known after they got the viscera report About 430 amthe doctor called up her parents house in Guru-Har-Sahai and told them about the entire incident She also told them she was going to commit suicide Her parents immediately informed Parminders in-laws who rushed to their house but found the entire family dead Parminder held herself and her in-laws responsible for her suicide Howeverpolice said they had registered an FIR against Dr Parminder only because her suicide clearly stated that she herself murdered her husband and innocent kids before killing herself Police also indicated that extra- martial affairs were a big reason for the crime For all the latest Ludhiana News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Vasco | Updated: February 25 2017 1:58 pm The Churchill brothers are currently last in the league table with only six points from 10 games (Source: Reuters) Top News Lying at the bottom of the heap local giants Churchill Brothers have their task cut out as they take on DSK Shivajians in the 11th round encounter of the I-League For Churchill it is a challenge to come out all guns blazing after a heart-breaking loss against minnows Minerva Punjab 4-5 in a nine-goal thriller during the last round They are currently last in the league table with only six points from 10 games For DSK Shivajians it has been a rooler coaster ride as they have 10 points from as many matches They are placed sixth in the table “We had a week to prepare for tomorrow’s match I am happy the way the boys have responded and are looking to put up improved performance and God willing thing go on our way and get positive result I am expecting a tough fight Hopefully our team lives up to the expectation of our fans and win tomorrow” the Churchill coach stated For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Published: August 3 2016 8:00 pm Swansea begin their league campaign with a trip to Turf Moor to face Burnley on Aug 13 (Source: Reuters) Top News Winger Nathan Dyer who won the title on loan at Leicester City last season has signed a new four-year contract with Swansea City keeping him at the Welsh side till 2020 the Premier League club said on Wednesday The 28-year-old who has scored 31 goals in 271 appearances since joining Swansea in 2009 is back at the Liberty Stadium following a loan spell with Leicester where he made only 12 league appearances but left the club with a Premier League winners’ medal “Winger Nathan Dyer has pledged his future to Swansea City by signing a new four-year contract Dyer has penned a new deal which sees him commit to the club until June 2020 which takes his service to the club beyond a decade” the club said Attacking midfielder Gylfi Sigurdsson has also recently committed his long-term future to Swansea Swansea begin their league campaign with a trip to Turf Moor to face Burnley on Aug 13 For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsSeoul: South Korea’s spy agency said on Monday that the North Korean government was behind the assassination of Kim Jong-nam adding that those involved worked for the country’s foreign ministry and spy body The National Intelligence Service (NIS) said four of the eight suspects behind the murder worked for Pyongyang’s Ministry of State Security with two others being from the foreign ministry Yonhap reported File image of King Jong-un AFP The half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un was killed earlier this month after a suspected poisoning while on his way to catch a flight to Macau from the Kuala Lumpur Airport Malaysia said an autopsy showed he was poisoned with VX nerve agent and died within 20 minutes However North Korea has not acknowledged the death yet The South Korean spy agency also provided lawmakers with various updates on developments taking place in Pyongyang The NIS said North Korea is prepared to conduct nuclear tests anytime It said the No2 tunnel at the North’s nuclear test site in Punggye-ri was maintained throughout the winter and that the No3 tunnel can be used to conduct a nuke test if the country’s leadership gives the order North Korea is also presumed to have produced 10 kg of plutonium at its Yongbyon nuclear reactor and its reprocessing is expected to improve by the end of this year it added The group stage of the FIFA U-17 World Cup will enter its final round of matches on Thursday with 10 spots in the knock-out stages still up for grabs Only six teams — Unites States of America Paraguay Iran Brazil France and England — have booked a place in the Round-of-16 stage all six having a 100 percent win record They will be joined by the six second-placed finishers and also the four best third-placed finishers The four best third-place finishers clause means none of the 24 teams are definitively out of the reckoning; every team has a mathematical possibility of qualification Even India who find themselves bottom of Group A without a point can be in the Round-of-16 if they can record their first ever World Cup win and other results go their way As last-chance saloon beckons the teams scrapping to reach the Round-of-16 would not onlyhave to bring their A-game to the table but also keep the calculators handy To make things simpler for the average fan here’s an explainer of the overall qualification criteria and scenariosfor each group: The rankings of teams in each group are determined as: 1 Points obtained in all group matches 2 Goal difference in all group matches 3 Number of goals scored in all group matches If two or more teams are equal on the basis of the above criteria their rankings are then determined as follows: The four best teams among those ranked third will be determined by the following criteria: 1 Points obtained in all group matches 2 Goal difference in all group matches 3 Number of goals scored in all group matches 4 Fair play points 5 Drawing of lots by the FIFA Organising Committee Thus in accordance to the above criteria here’s a group-wise look at the qualification scenarios and what each team needs to do to ensure they are among the final 16: Group A Group A standings after two rounds Last round matches:United States vs Colombia; India vs Ghana United States:The US are assured of a place in the next round and their clash with Colombia will be all about ensuring they top the group A draw will secure top spot for John Hackworth’s side irrespective of the result in the other match A defeat against Colombia will leave the door open for Ghana to join the two teams on six points meaning it will all be down to goal difference But with the US also boasting a healthy goal difference GD of +4 only a heavy defeat against the South Americans or a big win for Ghana will prevent the Americans from topping Group A Colombia:The South Americans need a win to confirm their passage to the next round while a draw will ensure they will finish no lower than third place thus keeping them in contention for a place in the Round of 16 A drawwould most likely be enough to go through as one of the better third-place teams but it will mean Colombia will have to wait till the last game of the group stage to learn their fate A defeat against the group leaders would put their campaign in jeopardy Especially if Ghana also manages to defeat India A win or draw for Ghana would confirma third-place finish for the South Americans but a win for India would bring it all down to goal difference between the three teams Ghana:The Africans head into the final match against Indiaknowing a win would be enough to book a place in the last-16 either as group winners runner-up or as a higher-rankedthird-place team Their situation is similar to Colombia where a draw could eventually prove to be enough but a loss could increase chances of an early exit However their opponents are India considered the weakest team in the group so Ghana have a better chance of qualification than Colombia India:The hosts making their World Cup debut are yet to open their account After defeats in their two matches India have left themselves with all to do against Ghana The Indians face a must-win situation against the Africans and even victory may not be enough to send them through to the next stage Luis Norton de Matos’ side would need to beat Ghana by a margin of two goals to stay alive in the competition at least till the final whistle of the last game of group stages India could confirm qualification as runner-up if they beat Ghana by a three-goal margin and Colombia lose to the US Any other result apart from victory would endIndia’s campaign Group B Group B standings after two rounds Last round matches:New Zealand vs Mali; Paraguay vs Turkey Paraguay:The South Americans sealed qualification with an impressive comeback win over New Zealand in the previous match and will go into the final game looking toseal top spot in the group A win or draw would do the job for them but a defeat could see them slip lower down the table It’s unlikely that Paraguay will finish third in the group giventheir healthy goal difference Mali:The African champions will seal qualification with a win A draw would also do the job thanks to their superior goal difference A defeat could mean them having to qualify as one of the third-placed teams unless they lose heavily So as long as they avoid a heavy defeat against New Zealand Mali have a good chance ofqualification New Zealand:The Kiwisneed a victory to have any chance of qualifying for the knock-out stages A win would most likely be enough to send them through — either as group runner-up or as one of the better third-placed teams Any other result apart from a victory would leave the Kiwis with almost no chance of qualifying Turkey:With a goal difference of -3 Turkey can only qualify if they beat Paraguay in the final game on Thursday Like New Zealand a win may do the trick but any other result would send them packing Group C Group C standings after two rounds Last round matches:Costa Rica vs Iran; Guinea vs Germany Iran:The Asian champions floored Germany in their previousgame and are certain to qualify In alllikelihood owing to their superior goal difference they will do so as group winners As long as they avoid a heavy defeat toCosta Rica in the final game Iran will progress as Group C winners Germany:Germany will have to pick up the pieces from the mauling they received at the hands of Iran and get their act together A win against Guinea will send them through at least as runner-up while a draw could also be enough to at least qualify as one of the better third-placed teams A defeat will mean they are heavily dependenton the other results going their way Costa Rica:Theyneed a win to keep their hopes of qualification alive either as runner-up but more likely as one of the better third-placed teams Any other result would mean they will have a very minor chance of making the cut Guinea:Guinea’s fate is similar to Costa Rica’s They would need to beat the Germans to have any chance with any other result severely damaging their chances of qualification Group D Group D standings after two rounds Last round matches:Spain vs North Korea; Niger vs Brazil Brazil:The South American champions have qualified after recording two wins from their opening two games They now need a point to secure qualification as group winners Defeat though could leave the door open for Nigerand Spain to catch them in the table Defeat against Niger with a win for Spain against North Korea could mean Brazil will have to settle for second spot But the ‘Samba Boys’ are unlikely to slipbeyond the second spot even if they lose to Niger Spain:Thanks to their superior goal difference a draw against North Korea could be enough for the European champions to qualify at least as a third-placed team in case Niger upsets Brazil A defeat would leave them in a spot of bother but their goal difference could again work in their favour So Spain have to avoid a heavy defeat to ensure progression A win would secure second spot for them Niger:Niger would need to upset the mighty Brazil to harbour hopes of qualification They would need to get something out of their final match sincetheir inferior goal difference could prove to be their undoing in a scrap amongthird-placed teams A win would guarantee them a place in the next round North Korea:The Asians find themselves with a mountain to climb in the final game They would need to beat Spain to have any say in qualification matters They would need a big win over the European champions to have a realistic chance of making the cut for the last-16 Any other result apart from a win would spell the end of their campaign Group E Group E standings after tworounds Last round matches:France vs Honduras; Japan vs New Caledonia France: Les Bluesare through to the next round after maintaining a hundred percent record in thegroupso far Their goal difference of +7 means that even defeat against Honduras may keep them on top spot if Japan fail to do what other teams in the group have so efficiently done so far — smash a handful of goals past New Caledonia So France would be looking for at least a draw against Honduras to secure their passage to the next round as group winners Japan:A point would secure qualification for Japan thanks to their healthy goal difference but winning the game against New Caledonia shouldn’t be a major problem for Japan who could seal second spot with three points Even in the case of an unlikely defeat Japan would progress thanks to their superior goal difference either as runners-up if France beat Honduras or as a better third-place team if Honduras nick a point or beat France Honduras:They did well to repair the damage of a 6-1 defeat to Japan with a 5-0 win over New Caledonia As things stand Honduras is the best third-placed team in the tournament But they’re facing a tough last-round match against France and itwould be a big challenge to maintain this position Awin would help them qualify but even a draw could be enough considering their goal difference New Caledonia:Although the Oceanian side remains in contention on paper there is virtually no chance of them making the next round if their performances in the first two matchesare anything to go by Even a win over Japan in the final game may not be enoughthanks to a appalling goal difference of -11 as things stand Group F Group F standings after two rounds Last round matches:England vs Iraq; Mexico vs Chile England: The ‘Young Lions’ need a point to secure top-place finish from Group F A defeat to Iraq in the final game would mean they would have to surrender top spot to the Asians Iraq:With four points on the board Iraqhave all but qualified for the Round-of-16 as they would at least be among the better third-placed teams even if theylose to England in the final match A draw would send them through as runners-up irrespective of the other result A victory would help them leapfrog England and enter knock-out stages as group winners Mexico:Mexico need a win against Chile to advance to the latter stages of the competition A draw or a defeat would leave them with a very minor chance of making the cut Chile:The runners-up of the South American U-17 championships find themselves in a tight spot Only a win would do it for them to have any chance of progression But with a goal difference of -7 Chile would need a big win over Mexico in the final game and looking at their current form it’s looking unlikelythey are unlikely to lie if there is no opportunity to rationalize their behaviour. 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download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Seema Chishti | Published: August 3,s or Indira Gandhi? T. According to primary estimates, It did not cheer me up when the list I came up with did not get beyond the fingers of one hand. Swarn joined his father in the business of digging wells. download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: January 28, Take a look.http://tco/T0hZJn02GW — BCCI (@BCCI) 2 June 2017 The birthday ceremony involved all the teammates including captain Virat Kohli who immediately started the cake fight after the ‘cake-cutting’ ceremony Players including Rohit Sharma Mahendra Singh Dhoni Bhuvneshwar kumar and Kedar Jadhav were part of the celebrations Karthik turned 32 on Friday Dinesh Karthik was included in the Champions Trophy squad in place of injured Manish Pandey Taking full advantage of the opportunity he showed his skills and played a blistering 94-run knock taking India to a mammoth total of 325 runs against Bangladesh in one of India’s warm-up matches before the start of the tournament Karthik has not been impressive in the limited overs format with an average of 2719 He now has an opportunity to prove his worth on the big stage if he gets a chance in the playing XI For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: June 8 2016 4:17 am This photo tweeted by BJP MP Vijay Goel shows a poster demanding ‘justice for Delhi students in DU admissions’ Related News BJP MP Vijay Goel Tuesday demanded that cut-offs in Delhi University (DU) colleges should be “relaxed” for students from the national capital and 85 per cent seats should be reserved for them in the DU colleges funded by the Delhi government He also demanded that a common eligibility test should be held for those seeking admission to undergraduate courses The BJP’s Rajya Sabha MP also met DU Vice-Chancellor Yogesh Tyagi to discuss the issue Explaining why he had taken up the matter Goel said “It is very painful for the citizens of Delhi that their children are not able to get admission in colleges and courses of their own choice in their home state” Share This Article Related Article He added “It is the right time for the university to take strict action against students who resort to false practices such as corruption cheating represent false mark-sheets and other malpractices for gaining admissions” The BJP MP also put up posters demanding “justice for Delhi students in DU admissions” He argued that different states have different education boards different courses and separate examination systems and these boards cannot be equated with CBSE “In some boards liberal marking is adopted whereas in others a strict marking system is followed For that purpose the cut-off list in DU does not ensure justice to all students Hence there should be a common eligibility test to ensure only meritorious students get the chance” said Goel On Twitter Goel asked citizens to join the “movement” to secure seats for Delhi students in DU colleges The admission process for the next academic year has begin in DU colleges and it will end on June 19 For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related News

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