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Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee,armed with motorcycle chains. “DGCA should take this up on an urgent basis and ruthlessly implement the same as it is a matter of safety of airplanes,paint and other finishing processes would take another six months.and had earlier shielded China against the latter’s remarks on Beijing’s crackdown on Uighur Muslims in the? but you can’t say we didn’t deserve it, Victoria also stars Daniela Holtz and Ferdinand Kingsley.The diversity of the country and its music has me enamoured, said Miller-Heidke For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi | Published: March 15 2014 1:17 am Related News A Delhi court on Friday took serious note of the allegations of molestation and torture in custody levelled by three widows The three women said they had been illegally detained by police personnel on July 5 2013 Reprimanding police for not ensuring strict vigil the court noted how the situation “could have been avoided” had senior officers ensured personal supervision involving custodial detention of women and regular inspections of lock-ups at night The court reserved the order for March 19 after the legal aid counsel appearing for the women sought time to place on record relevant directions issued by the Supreme Court and NHRC guidelines on detention and arrest of women DLSA counsel Neelam Singh told the court that two of the women were detained for allegedly selling a girl child while the third woman was arrested in connection with an attempt to murder case The issue came up when the legal aid counsel told the court that the women were allegedly detained in July 2013 and were taken to South Rohini police station where they were “molested sexually abused tortured and forced to confess in different criminal cases” The women alleged that police had demanded money from their children for releasing them “Lately this court is observing rampant non compliance of these (detention of women after sunset) statutory requirements in number of cases which is highly distressing and cannot be taken lightly or overlooked” Additional Sessions Judge Kamini Lau said The court also directed the Police Commissioner to take legal and departmental action against the erring officers For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsMarathon man Ivo Karlovic said he had been hoping to set a world record for the longest tennis match before his epic 84-game victory over Horacio Zeballos came to an end on Tuesday Karlovic smashed 75 aces an Australian Open record and 84 games also set a new tiebreak-era mark for the tournament before he finally sealed it 6-7 (6/8) 3-6 7-5 6-2 22-20 Ivo Karlovic celebrates after defeating Horacio Zeballos during their first round match at the Australian Open AP Karlovic and Zeballos played for five hours and 15 minutes one of the longest matches in Australian Open history in an astonishing first-round encounter on Court 19 But their efforts paled in comparison to John Isner’s world-record win over Nicolas Mahut at Wimbledon in 2010 which lasted for 11 hours five minutes and stretched to 183 games When asked whether he had been desperate for the match to end Croatia’s Karlovic answered: "Well no "Actually I was thinking about that other match Isner against Mahut I was hoping a little bit it could go this long so I could also have the record" The denouement when it finally came was almost comical as an exhausted Karlovic chipped a hopeful lob over Zeballos only for the Argentine to send a wayward forehand rocketing out of the court Karlovic 37 roared in delight and pranced around court as he completed the ironman comeback from two sets down against the deflated Zeballos "This is up there definitely with all of them It was a real difficult match It was also difficult mentally because I was down 2-0" Karlovic said "I had to also fight against him and against my own head you know So it was definitely really difficult" – Race to recover – The match beat the Australian Open’s previous tiebreak-era record of 83 games set in Andy Roddick’s defeat of Younes El Aynaoui in 2003 But it stopped the clock short of the five hours 53 minutes played by Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal in the men’s singles final of 2012 The 6ft 11ins (211m) Karlovic now holds the record for aces in a single match at three of the four Grand Slams — but is still some way back from Isner’s 2010 Wimbledon record of 113 In 2009 Karlovic who holds the record of more than 11000 career aces fired 78 aces in a Davis Cup match against the Czech Republic’s Radek Stepanek — and still lost He now faces a race to recover before his second round match in Melbourne on Thursday against Australian wildcard Andrew Whittington "I don’t know how I will recover I have two days now Tomorrow off I will not even hit I’m just going to do the ice bath try to hit good go to sleep early Hopefully that will be enough" Karlovic said He added: "This is what I will after my career remember If it was easy match or I lost easy I wouldn’t remember But this one definitely I will remember forever" By: PTI | London | Published: June 7 2016 7:41 pm Actor Will Smith and former heavyweight world champion Lennox Lewis have been named as pallbearers at boxing legend Muhammad Ali’s funeral Related News Actor Will Smith and former heavyweight world champion Lennox Lewis have been named as pallbearers at boxing legend Muhammad Ali’s funeral The three-time world heavyweight champion’s funeral will take place in his home town of Louisville Kentucky on Friday where flags have been flying at half-mast since his death was announced Ali’s cousin John Grady his nephew Ibn Ali-Muhammad former brother-in-law Komawi Ali-Muhammad and cousin Jan Wadell Muhammad are among the legend’s family members who will have the honour of carrying the icon’s casket reported Mirror Read More John Ramsey-Muhammad the boxer’s former friend and the brother of Jimmy Ellis Ali’s former sparring partner will also act as pallbearers The procession will pass the Muhammad Ali Centre travel along Muhammad Ali Boulevard and through his former neighbourhood It will end at Cave Hill cemetery for a private family ceremony An interfaith memorial service will be held at the 20000 capacity KFC Yum Ali who had battled Parkinson’s disease for 32 years died in Phoenix Arizona on Friday evening after being admitted to hospital with a respiratory condition last Monday For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Los Angeles | Published: September 19 2016 10:54 am Host Jimmy Kimmel opens the show at the 68th Primetime Emmy Awards in Los Angeles California (Source: Reuters Photo) Top News As the US presidential election draws near television’s stars didn’t hold back on their opinions at Sunday’s Emmy awards some taking jabs at Republican nominee Donald Trump while others voiced support for Democratic hopeful Hillary Clinton During his opening monologue Emmy host Jimmy Kimmel called out producer Mark Burnett the producer of reality series “The Apprentice” and “Celebrity Apprentice” which Donald Trump hosted saying “who is to blame for the Trump phenomenon That guy” “If Donald Trump gets elected and he builds that wall the first person we are throwing over it is Mark Burnett” Kimmel said setting the political tone of the show 50 days before America elects its next president Burnett who later accepted the best reality series Emmy for “The Voice” joked on stage that he had just received a call from Clinton criticizing Kimmel for giving Trump “free publicity on ABC” “I’m sure Donald was thrilled with him I’m sure he’s emailing Jimmy right now saying thanks for the free media” Burnett told reporters backstage Trump known for his rapid-fire responses on Twitter had nothing to say about the Emmys on Sunday night After winning best comedy actress for a fifth consecutive time for HBO’s “Veep” Julia Louis-Dreyfus who plays flawed US president Selina Meyer on the show said “I want to personally apologize for the current political climate” “I think that ‘Veep’ has torn down the wall between comedy and politics; our show started out as a political satire but it now feels like a sobering documentary” she said on stage “Master of None” star Aziz Ansari who penned an essay in June for the New York Times entitled “Why Trump Makes Me Scared for My Family” quipped on stage “I’ve decided I’m going with Trump” “I’m recommending that we get rid of all Muslim and Mexican people from the ceremony This would be so much easier at the Oscars” the Muslim Indian-American actor joked hinting at the controversy over the lack of diversity at film’s Oscar awards “Mum dad you need to be escorted out immediately” he added Backstage “Transparent” creator Jill Soloway who won best directing for a comedy series criticized Trump for “other-izing people” “He blames Muslims and Mexicans for problems … This is other-izing with a capital O He needs to be called out every chance we get for being one of most dangerous monsters to ever approach our lifetimes” Soloway said “Saturday Night Live” star Kate McKinnon won best supporting comedy actress and thanked Clinton one of the people she plays on the NBC sketch series and got a loud cheer from the crowd In response Clinton tweeted “Congratulations on your Emmy Kate Big fan of yours too” with a photo of McKinnon in character as Clinton For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Published: August 14 2016 9:38 pm Zlatan Ibrahimovic was able to maintain his reputation for scoring in a first game in a new league (Source: Reuters) Top News Jose Mourinho’s first Premier League game as manager of Manchester United ended in a comfortable 3-1 victory away to Bournemouth on Sunday Juan Mata scored the first league goal of the new era in the 40th minute following an error by Bournemouth captain Simon Francis and Wayne Rooney headed the second just before the hour Zlatan Ibrahimovic who headed the winning goal in last weekend’s Community Shield game against champions Leicester City then marked his league debut by scoring with a low drive from 25 metres United without world record signing Paul Pogba who was suspended were denied a clean sheet soon afterwards when defender Adam Smith beat David de Gea with a fierce shot from 12 metres But Ivorian defender Eric Bailly made his Premier League debut and midfielder Henrikh Mkhitaryan was introduced for the last quarter of an hour as the first Armenian to appear in the cosmopolitan league Ibrahimovic in contrast to the 89 million-pound Pogba cost nothing and was able to maintain his reputation for scoring in a first game in a new league “The first objective is to win” he told Sky Sports “The second if I can is to score But if I score it’s a bonus “It was a difficult game The first half we weren’t 100 per cent but second half became easier there was more space” Rooney said the combination of four great signings plus a new manager would mean “lots of excitement” for United fans many of whom had been critical of what the team’s uninspiring football under Mourinho’s predecessor Louis van Gaal Dismissed by Chelsea last December Mourinho took over after the Dutchman was sacked at the end of his second season despite winning the FA Cup in his final game “I am very happy” Mourinho said “Bournemouth always start with great intensity but we kept our control We weren’t surprised and then we started playing” Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe felt the defensive mistake for the first goal undermined his side after a promising start “I thought it was an even game until the first goal that was the key moment” he said “We dominated the early stages but you can’t gift Manchester United goals which we did” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Published: October 7 2016 11:32 pm Rafael Nadal was far tougher in the second set but Dimitrov held his nerve to beat the Spaniard (Source: Reuters) Top News Bulgarian’s Grigor Dimitrov claimed a first career win over former world number one Rafael Nadal at the eighth time of asking to reach the semi-finals of the China Open on Friday Dimitrov ranked 20th in the world knocked out the second seed 6-2 6-4 to set up a clash with Canada’s Milos Raonic Top seed Andy Murray faced some stern resistance against fellow Briton Kyle Edmund before winning 7-6(9) 6-2 Edmund’s barrage of heavy forehands worried Murray in the opening set and the world number two trailed 2-5 in the tiebreak and had to save a set point before converting his fifth Despite Edmund breaking early in the second set Murray raised his level to win six games in a row “He (Edmund) made it very tough for me He’s improving at a solid pace now… If he keeps going on the path he’s on just now he’ll be up at the top of the game very soon” Murray a three-times grand slam winner told reporters Murray will face fifth seed David Ferrer in the semis after the Spaniard beat in-form 19-year-old Alexander Zverev 6-7(4) 6-1 7-5 in two hours and 21 minutes “Every match against him he certainly makes you earn it There’s not many short points against him” Murray said of his next challenge Dimitrov bidding to reach his third final of the year after a return to form capitalised on Nadal’s low first serve percentage to claim the opening set comfortably Nadal was far tougher in the second set but Dimitrov held his nerve to beat the 30-year-old Spaniard “It’s obvious that Grigor played much better than me and he deserved to win” Nadal said of a match that began with five consecutive service breaks “I fought until the last ball but was going against psychologically bad feelings because I was suffering with my serve When that happens you have to go to the next tournament because you don’t deserve to win like this” Nadal will move on to Shanghai Due to Thursday’s rain in Beijing the big-serving Raonic was forced to play twice beating Tunisia’s Malek Jaziri 6-3 6-4 and Spain’s Pablo Carreno Busta 6-4 6-4 to advance For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsIn stark contrast with the previous rounds round seven of the London Chess Classic saw as many as three decisive games With this explosion in its antepenultimate round the tournament title is now within the reach of seven out of the ten players The biggest result of the round was the game between Ian Nepomniachtchi and Viswanathan Anand which the former won and joined Fabiano Caruana as the tournament leader Playing from the white side of an English Opening Nepomniachtchi played ambitiously from the very start of the game On his seventh move the Russian Grand Master offered a pawn with the hope of generating an attack along the semi-open file that it would create Anand accepted the offered sacrifice and felt his position was pretty good out of the opening But soon complications arose as Nepomniachtchi began his kingside attack along the g-file In the opinion of the computers this was still playable From a human perspective however there were complications that needed to be taken care of and there was definite pressure on Anand’s position And as has been the case with Anand lately he cracked under this pressure and misjudged the position on move 27 A blunder on the 36th move forced resignation on the part of the Indian At one point Anand even missed exchanging queens which could have helped his cause Although Nepomniactchi thought the queen exchange would have given him better prospects in the endgame File image of Viswanathan Anand AFP After his escape in the previous round against Hikaru Nakamura Magnus Carlsen not only escaped another loss but actually ended up winning from a dead lost position against Michael Adams But a few slips by Adams allowed Carlsen to hang on for the time being Carlsen clearly wanted to stir things up against Adams who is one of the players at the bottom Also Carlsen has a dominating overall score against the English No 1 of 10 wins against one in favour of the world champion So it’s natural that he wanted to try and win this one especially since he needs to win games if he wants to catch up with the tournament leader Fabiano Caruana Perhaps therefore Carlsen opened with the Bird’s Opening Adams however was ready for the test it seemed as the otherwise solid English Grand Master went for some complicated variations and sacrificed a knight early in the game in order to catch white’s queen in a mouse trap Soon Carlsen’s position began looking suspect and eventually it seemed the world champion was going to suffer his first loss of the tournament Whichever god Carlsen was praying to at this point more than answered his prayers as Adams failed to find the right continuation and let Carlsen’s queen off the hook Soon afterwards both players made back to back blunders and reached a positon where Carlsen had a rook and two minor pieces against Adams’ two rooks But in this endgame Adamsbegan making inexplicable errors one after another and eventually ended up conceding a full point to the world champion "I obviously miscalculated pretty badly I thought I was basically lost or close to lost if he played 14…Rac8 and then played 15…Bd4+ after that I mean I can fight on like 15Qxa7 Bd4+ 16cxd4 Qxd4+ 17Be3 Nxe3 18Kh1 but even if he just makes quiet move like 18.Bc6 or 18.Be6 or something I thought it should be basically lost At least practically speaking I didn’t think I could possibly hold this” said Carlsen about the initial phase of the game The third win of the day was scored by the French No 1 Maxime Vachier-Lagrave Vachier-Lagrave is one of the contenders for the top spot of the overall Grand Chess Tour and winning this event will put him ahead of the current leader Carlsen This was therefore a welcome victory for him Playing with the whites Sergey Karjakin given the way this tournament is going for him currently made an almost suicidal decision of going for a sharp topical variation of the Sicilian Najdorf an opening in which Vachier-Lagrave is a world renowned expert But amusingly despite the players playing a sharp line there weren’t too many tactical skirmishes in the game With this win the Frenchman has kept the chances of winning not only the London Chess Classic but also the overall Grand Chess Tour alive while Karjakin along with Anand and Adams has no more hopes remaining of winning the title prize in London After this explosive antepenultimate round there have been quite a few changes in the leaderboard With back to back wins in roundssix and seven Nepomniachtchi has raised his score up to 45/7 and joined Caruana in the lead Carlsen and Vachier-Lagrave are just half-a-point behind them with a score of 40/7 Hikaru Nakamura and Levon Aronian have played really enterprising chess so far but haven’t quite been able to pull out a win They remain at 50% with 35/7 Anand Karjakin and Adams are at the bottom of the table with 25/7 Crosstable after round 7 She has come to India.
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