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Monday was the last date of withdrawal of nomination in the party’s organisational elections. When he takes over.

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police found that there have been similar cases registered against Shafiulla in the past few years. Chidambaram accused Singh of resorting to a completely distorting Hindu terror remarks to blame the then UPA regime.who have replaced Sheila Dikshit and Karan Singh Tanwar as NDMC members, That’s what may have happened back in 1970.After England’s dramatic 1970 World Cup exit in the quarter-final against West Germany the English electorate which had diverted little of its attention to politics seemingly decided to kick the cat Labour and Harold Wilson were projected to win the elections at a canter but instead Labour lost and Ted Heath become the UK’s unexpected new PM Was there a link with England’s 3-2 loss an aggravated sentiment of anger Football and politics have always been inseparable Recently the Premier League has called for a vote to remain in the European Union because English clubs would otherwise struggle more to buy overseas players In the past 20 years the EU has also deeply influenced English football with the Bosman ruling Football is a uniting power after all among Europeans so often fragmented along religious and ethnic break lines In Saint-Etienne English and Slovakian fans mingled freely While football also continues to be a place for the expression of difference division and contempt —proof of the game’s role as powerful public theatre —it is also a rare cultural space in which a progressive inclusive and popular idea of Europe can be elaborated according to English sports writer David Goldblatt At least at the end of 90 minutes of probing and poking with lots of pressure but little punch against an ultra-defensive Slovakia England’s footballing faith in the European Championship became a bit clearer: On June 26th they will play the second of Group F in Nice By then the English fans and the general English electorate may have voted England as a country out of Europe By: AP | Published: August 2 2016 1:50 pm Gwen Jorgensen has 17 career wins and 21 medals on the ITU World Triathlon Series circuit (Source: Reuters) Top News Gwen Jorgensen the first American to win back-to-back world triathlon titles could have been an accountant She gave up on her Olympic dream as a teenager when she realized she couldn’t swim fast enough and decided she’d go to college She spent three years on the swim team at Wisconsin where she was an All-American and Big Ten track champion and would parlay her master’s degree and CPA into a job at Ernst & Young upon graduation Then she got a call from Barb Lindquist at one time the world’s top-ranked triathlete and a former Olympian She told Jorgensen that she too could be a world-class triathlete if she took up biking and dedicated herself to the sport Jorgensen thought back to her childhood dreams of being the next Amy Van Dyken or Brooke Bennett “I was glued to the TV when they had Olympic trials on like they have now It was just something that I really loved” Jorgensen said “But I came to the realization at a relatively young age in high school that I would never go to the Olympics in swimming I just wasn’t good enough I wasn’t making any national teams I wasn’t even making junior national teams “So I just thought I would never be an Olympian And then when the USA Triathlon approached me one of the first things they said was ‘You could be an Olympian’ And I was shocked I basically laughed at them I said No I tried than when I was younger and I basically don’t have what it takes” She gave it a shot in 2010 and realized Lindquist was right she was a natural and her Olympic dream was back _ even if triathlon as a sport wasn’t that familiar to her But she was hooked in no time and a few years later qualified for the London Games where she was a favorite That’s where the wheel came off A flat tire doomed her to a 38th-place finish and fed her fire to make amends in Rio de Janeiro “Every race is completely different and that’s something that I like about the sport you go into the triathlon and you have no idea what could happen on race day and you have to be prepared for anything which I think really makes it a hard race” Jorgensen said Throw in the massive hype crowds and logistics at the Olympics and it’s even more unpredictable “Every race is different and the Olympics are more different” said Jorgensen who is a heavy favorite in the women’s race Aug 20 at Copa Cabana Beach where the men’s race will be held Aug 18 Jorgensen who’s from Waukesha Wisconsin has 17 career wins and 21 medals on the ITU World Triathlon Series circuit The sport’s two-time defending world champion she had an unprecedented unbeaten streak stretching from May 2014 to April 2016 that produced a dozen consecutive first-place finishes To ensure maximum energy and optimal condition for Brazil Jorgensen eased up on her competition schedule this year and participated in races that were closer to her training base in Victoria-Gasteiz Spain “I have one goal this year and that is the Rio Olympics on Aug 20” Jorgensen declared Other things to know about triathlon at the Rio Games: The 1500-meter swim a 249-mile bike ride and a 62-mile run on Copa Cabana Beach features a challenging hill that’s sure to slow the competitors and could tucker them out “The course is really good It’s tough” said Jorgensen who qualified for Rio by winning the triathlon test event on Aug 2 on the course “There’s a big hill on the bike and I think that makes it an honest course and everyone is going to be tired It’s going to be interesting to see how quickly you run after … that really hard bike ride” A photo finish at the London Games led to Sweden’s failed attempt to have the Court of Arbitration for Sport rule the women’s triathlon a dead heat CAS said the photo finish ruling was a “field of play” decision by the International Triathlon Union and couldn’t be challenged That left Lisa Norden with a silver medal and Nicola Spirig of Switzerland with the gold Spirig and Norden finished side by side and were given the same time at the end of the race but officials ruled Spirig crossed the tape first Sarah True and Katie Zaferes join Jorgensen on the US team which is by far the best in the world Americans Greg Billington Ben Kanute and Joe Maloy are longshots in the men’s race where Spain sports the world’s top triathletes in Mario Mola and Fernando Alarza currently 1-2 in the ITU World Triathlon Series rankings MEN’S MISFORTUNE: Five-time triathlon world champion Javier Gomez Noya will miss the Olympics after breaking his arm during training on July 13 The Spanish triathlon federation said Gomez Noya fell while riding his bicycle on July 13 The 33-year-old Gomez Noya won the ITU world championship in 2008 2010 2013 2014 and 2015 He was the Olympic silver medalist in London in 2012 and placed fourth at the 2008 Beijing Games For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Jagdeep Singh Deep | Mohali | Published: March 31 2016 3:48 am Related News A group housing society in Chandigarh (Express Archives) THE PUNJAB Urban Development Authority’s (PUDA) inability to prepare a plan for an affordable housing scheme has cost it Rs 80 crore in funds The amount allocated by the Centre under 14th Finance Commission was for providing affordable houses to the economically weaker sections but it has now lapsed and will be returned Sources in the PUDA said the development authority was tasked with preparing a plan to spend the grant under the Housing for All scheme PUDA was made the nodal agency by the Centre in December 2015; it was required to overlook the distribution of the land and study the technical viability of the project The Directorate of Housing and Urban Development had written to the Punjab authority and had sought a reply on why the latter had not prepared a plan to utilise the grants An official at the central directorate said that PUDA didn’t reply to letter sent on March 8 leading to the lapse of the grant An official who wished not to be named said that if PUDA had acted on time the grant would have led to affordable houses under the scheme The officer said that despite repeated reminders PUDA did not act and that would eventually lead to people having to wait for new housing schemes “If the Centre is sending money then what is the problem in PUDA making a plan” questioned the officer R K Jaidka director Housing and Urban Development department confirmed that PUDA did not present a plan For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsCincinnati: Once and future world number one Rafael Nadal has some advice for men’s tennis stars in danger of missing the US Open due to injury — accept it and keep going The 31-year-old Spaniard defeated France’s Richard Gasquet 6-3 6-4 on Wednesday to reach the third round at the ATP Cincinnati Masters the last major US Open tuneup with the year’s last major starting 28 August in New York File image of Rafael Nadal AP Nadal a 15-time Grand Slam winner nagged by knee injuries for years will overtake Andy Murray atop the rankings on Monday the British star being sidelined by a hip injury Nadal was assured the top spot for the first time since July 2014 when 19-time Grand Slam winner Roger Federer withdrew from Cincinnati with a back injury "I worked a lot to give me another chance and here I am" Nadal said "Just to be back to that position makes me happy and of course is going to be an emotional moment for me" Serbian 12-time Grand Slam champion Novak Djokovic will miss the remainder of the year with an elbow injury while and Swiss 2016 US Open champion Stan Wawrinka is out with a knee injury and Kei Nishikori will miss the rest of 2017 with a torn right wrist tendon Add Marin Cilic out with an adductor injury and Milos Raonic withdrawing with a left wrist injury and seven of the world’s top 10 are absent this week Nadal knows all too well how that feels He has missed six Grand Slam events in the 13 years since he began winning such titles "I have been in that position more than all these players that are out now" Nadal said "I know how tough it is I’m very sorry for all of them and I wish all of them a fast and good recovery "But at the same time I tell you Roger didn’t have a lot of these things during his career Novak the same Andy the same Stan I don’t think he had a lot of issues "I’m the only one of these top players that missed a lot of important tournaments in my career More than nobody else I know how tough it is "But the only thing that you can do when these kind of things happen is accept and keep going" ‘We’re not 20 anymore’ Nadal dismisses the notion that the season has become too long and grueling "The season didn’t change for the last 20 years so we cannot think about that now" Nadal said Is something that happens because we’re not 20 years old anymore We’re over 30 most of us so it’s something that can happen" Nadal says it has been special having Federer turning back the clock winning the Australian Open and Wimbledon at the same time he is doing the same winning the French Open and proving doubters wrong "It’s something that probably is special because a lot of people thought that we will not be able to be back to where we are now" Nadal said "But we’ve been in that position for a lot of years Is special yes but is nothing new" Nadal had not won a major crown since 2014 at Roland Garros until he hoisted the trophy once again on Paris clay in June And Federer 36 went more than four years from Wimbledon 2012 to Melbourne this year without a Slam title "I do my way and Roger did his way" Nadal said "Everybody is different I always say the same I am going to keep playing while what I’m doing makes me happy I’m a very lucky man that I can choose when I want to stop "If I’m happy and especially if I’m healthy I keep going because I love this sport I love the competition I still (am) feeling the passion for what I’m doing When I arrive at the days I lose one of these things I’m going to do nothing"the best way to encourage others to take up western classical music is to do well myself? Only when Indians do well will the industry look at us as potential performers? the Spaniard, some educated 600,” a gay romance starring actor nominees Timothee Chalamet and Armie Hammer. especially a couple of on-driven ones to avoid the catcher placed in front of the non-striker on the off-side. Among the top 10 century makers in Test cricket.

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