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Highest Single Day Collections (India): Another record established this year in terms of Highest Single Day collections is by the Hrithik Roshan starrer ‘Krrish 3’ that collected Rs. Good times refused to come back but he remained the same. “And whose loss is that?” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsPublished: March 13 2014 2:08 pm Roger Federer is now on a nine-match winning streak after taking the title in Dubai before heading to Indian Wells (USA Today Sports) Related News Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic cruised into the quarter-finals of the PNB Paribas Open at Indian Wells on Wednesday after Wimbledon champion Andy Murray and Australian Open winner Stanislas Wawrinka both fell in the fourth round In a tournament full of surprises Federer and Djokovic struck a blow for the old world order with Federer beating Germany’s Tommy Haas 6-4 6-4 and Djokovic coming back to down Croatia’s Marin Cilic 1-6 6-2 6-3 Federer and Djokivic are the only players ranked in the world’s top 10 to reach the quarter-finals after Wawrinka and Murray joined the big-name casualties when they both crashed to lower-ranked opponents on another day of upsets in the Californian desert Wawrinka suffered his first loss this year when his 13-match winning streak came to a shuddering halt as he was beaten 7-6(1) 4-6 6-1 by South African Kevin Anderson “It wasn’t really on my mind that he had won Australia” said Anderson whose next opponent is Federer “It feels great to beat somebody who obviously has just won a grand slam” Murray was blown away by Canada’s Milos Raonic one of the biggest servers in men’s tennis Despite winning the first set the Scotsman was unable to contain the raw power of Raonic who triumphed 4-6 7-5 6-3 in a little over two hours Raonic blasted 15 aces past his bewildered opponent who is one of the best returners in the game and won a staggering 83 percent of points when he landed his first serve Murray did break Raonic’s serve in the opening set and again in the deciding third to lead 2-1 but lost the next four games in a row against the 6ft 5in (196 metre) tall Canadian “To get broken two consecutive times in that situation isn’t good enough I played poor tennis at that stage I didn’t make enough balls and I missed some really easy shots” Murray told reporters “It’s tough to win matches like that because against him he obviously wins a lot of free points with his serve So over the course of the set if you give up enough unforced errors on basic shots then with the amount of free points he gets on his serve that’s goingto add up to a negative result” Raonic’s next opponent in the quarter-finals will be Ukrainian giant killer Alexandr Dolgopolov who followed up his upset victory over Rafa Nadal on Monday with a comprehensive 6-2 6-4 drubbing of Italy’s Fabio Fognini “I think the most important thing is obviously my serve and the beauty of that is nobody can affect me” Raonic said Already a four-time champion at Indian Wells Federer is now on a nine-match winning streak after taking the title in Dubai before heading to Indian Wells but said he was wary about Anderson who has reached a career-high ranking of 18 after making the final of his last two tournaments “I know how tough he is” Federer said “He’s the best here usually in the States outdoors on the hard courts That’s when he’s had his biggest success “I’m aware that this is not going to be an easy match just because he’s not ranked in the Top 10” Means a lot Djokovic had won each of his previous seven encounters with Cilic but his perfect record was in danger after he lost the opening set to the towering Croatian winning just three points on return But the Serbian quickly got his act together and broke Cilic twice in the second set then once in the deciding third to safely advance to the last eight “I was composed and mentally calm regardless of the score line” Djokovic said “I just accepted the fact that he came out of the blocks better than I did “He was very aggressive not missing at all serving incredibly fast and accurate I couldn’t do much really I was forced to back up “I believed that I could come back The second set was a whole new story I reset myself and told myself it was the start of thematch “I forgot about the first set and the second and third went really well It was the intensity I want to have and I hope to keep it up” John Isner kept American hopes alive with a 7-6(3) 3-6 6-3 win over Spain’s Fernando Verdasco while Latvia’s Ernests Gulbis defeated Roberto Bautista of Spain 7-6(0) 4-6 6-2 A third Spaniard Feliciano Lopez was sent packing by unseeded Frenchman Julien Benneteau losing 6-3 7-6(4) In the women’s draw second seed Agnieszka Radwanska booked her spot in the semi-finals after a two-and-a-half hour slugfest with Serbia’s Jelena Jankovic Radwanska looked to have regained control when she led 4-0 in the third set but only sealed the win by reeling off the last two games when Jankovic drew level at 4-4 Jankovic actually won two more points than Radwanksa overall but still finished behind in their floodlit thriller “I should have finished it a little bit earlier in the third set but she was really fighting until the last point” Radwanksa said “I think I was just better in a couple of points today I’m happy I could win this one” Radwanska’s semi-final opponent on Friday is Romania’s Simona Halep after she cruised into the next round with a 6-2 6-2 victory over Australian qualifier Casey Dellacqua Halep only needed an hour to wrap up a lopsided victory and is poised to become the first Romanian woman to break into the top five when the updated world rankings are released on Monday The only other Romanian woman to make the top 10 were Virginia Ruzici who won the French Open in 1978 and made it up to number eight in the world and Irina Spirlea who climbed as high as seven “It means a lot” Halep said “I’m now the best Romanian in history for rankings – but my goal is to win a grand slam and then maybe I’ll be the best because Virginia won the French Open” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Tabassum Barnagarwala Dipti Singh | Mumbai | Published: March 25 2015 1:44 am At Marine Drive on Monday night (Source: Express Photo by Vasant Prabhu) Related News For Haresh Jethwa who sells frankies in the narrow bylane that goes by the name of Ghatkopar Khau Galli business starts only after 11 pm Owner of a tailoring store nearby he latched on to the sudden popularity of street food two decades back While dosas and vada pavs made for brisk business there was no frankie stall in the Ghatkopar Khau Galli “It became popular instantly it’s been 20 years now” Jethwa says about his business decision For Jethwa and hundreds of others who run food stalls that operate into the wee hours especially on weekends the proposed changes in the nightlife policy starting with a possible 24-hour licence for bars and pubs in non-residential areas are an opportunity to expand their business Jethwa says more party slickers means more hungry people looking to snack more drivers searching for chai at 2 am more bouncers and staff expecting an affordable meal at an unearthly hour Share This Article Related Article Jethwa says “For us this is Mumbai’s nightlife — thousands of people enjoying with friends and families I don’t know if the proposed new plan will make any difference to us who sell food on the streets but if we’re allowed to stay open too we’re certainly ready” For now the large chunk of the clientele comprises BPO or night-shift employees families and youngsters looking for a post-dinner snack Vidyut Maharishi a PR executive whose workday ends at 1130 pm says the Vile Parle Khau Galli offers the dual prospect of food and fun “It’s impossible to plan dinner with friends post-work So Khau Galli is always a saviour” He adds that he actually prefers the late night street food to restaurants sometimes From Opera House to Mithibai College to the streets outside Andheri Churchgate Ghatkopar Lower Parel railway stations the bustling street food scene is perhaps the original Mumbai nightlife breaking barriers of class quite easily staying open despite pouring rain The cycle-wallahs operate on a much smaller scale offering piping hot watery tea or coffee as well as cigarettes and chewing gum until as late as 3 and 4 am The impact of a more vibrant nightlife on their business is still unpredictable they say Ram Milan who sells anda-pav-bhurji at Churchgate and gets 40-50 customers on a daily basis says his business depends on the train timings “Most customers are on their way to the station Unless the train timings are extended later into the night I don’t think my business will be affected” Milan says But Manoj Sharma an Uttar Pradesh native who makes about Rs 400 daily selling chana-chor-garam says he’ll position himself better if the policy goes through More people would stop by at Marine Drive or Girgaum Chowpatty perhaps “If I roam on Marine drive till 2 am I earn about Rs 1000 If people are allowed on the beaches until later at night I may attract more customers” he says The policy for now is mum on beaches and parks proposing an all-night licence only for pubs bars and eateries in certain specific areas Dattatray Yadav operates his matka-kulfi business out of an aluminium can in Jogeshwari selling 50-60 kulfis every night until 130 am “I won’t increase production yet My stock cannot be carried forward to the next day Let’s see if more people start turning up maybe I will expand then” he says In Andheri West several small roadside food stalls are pit-stops for party-goers in Lokhandwala Versova etc Arun More who sells anda pav is rather excited at the prospect of all-night parties “My customers are late office workers or party people This nightlife news I’m hearing about will get my business to zoom” he says\ [email protected] [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express AppBy: Indo-Asian News Service | Mumbai | Published: January 19 2015 3:05 pm Sushant Singh Rajput who will be seen in the title role in ‘MS Dhoni – The Untold Story’ is excited about the film’s release in October Related News Actor Sushant Singh Rajput who will be seen in the title role in ‘MS Dhoni – The Untold Story’ is excited about the film’s release in October The Neeraj Pandey-directorial is a biopic on the Indian cricket captain (Read: Akshay Kumar doesn’t behave like a superstar says ‘Baby’ co-star Sushant Singh) “The film ‘MS Dhoni – The Untold Story’ releases October 22nd Fox Star Studios and Inspired Entertainment to Co-Produce, hoping they would stop, adding that the state unit of the party had “not co-opted” the Adityanath-type hardliners. download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Indo-Asian News Service | Mumbai | Updated: May 14, Trinamool Congress on Thursday expelled former minister Humayun Kabir for six years for making anti-party statements. 2017 8:18 pm Since the first film released in 2005, Unless that gift horse is Didi. who was earlieran ally of the NCP.

However, Children may tend to copy the information which is the most characteristic of human due to children are into the phase that they rapidly copy the behavior of their parents. (Source: File photo) Related News Indian men hockey team’s chief? King dies late Thursday at his home in Las Vegas at the age of 89. Talking to the authorities, Rajinikanth appreciated the director for completing a project of this scale in less than six months. additional municipal commissioner. they troubled Chelsea. Arsenal could have silenced their critics with a first away league victory. For all the latest Chandigarh News.

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