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Liu Xiaobo, its allies Apna Dal has nine and Suheldeo Bhartiya Samaj Party has four legislators.continues to dip Delhi Dynamos have been having a torrid time in the season so far and it looks like that will continue for a longer period.who submitted documents and videos of the alleged tax evasion attempt, said a senior civic official in the assessment and collection department After the raidNarvekar claimed to have received death threats from octroi agents The issue was raised at a standing committee meeting and members directed the civic administration to take stern action against the octroi officials if found guilty in the internal probe [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWith most of Chennai hit by a devastating flood resulting in shutdown of the airport and submerging of the roads leading out of the city Mumbai City FC were stuck in the capital of Tamil Nadu with no means of transportation The Salt Lake Stadium in Kolkata had presented a muted appearance on Thursday afternoon as the Mumbai team could not make it to the city on time The visitors would go on to travel over 2600 km (by road and air) to reach Kolkata on the morning of the game Around thirty hours later the Salt Lake Stadium would once again present a glum appearance with Sony Norde’s winner during the stoppage time silencing a 61000-plus home support as Mumbai City FC won 3-2 against Atletico de Kolkata Rino Anto (L) attempts to get past Sony Norde ISL It was the reverse fixture on 1 November at the DY Patil Stadium in Navi Mumbai that had served as a turning point of the tournament for both sides When Atletico de Kolkata had travelled to Mumbai the defending champions had not won any of their previous three games while Nicolas Anelka’s side had put together a hat-trick of wins after starting their season with a three-match win-less streak Post the 4-1 drubbing in the hands of a ruthless Atletico side Mumbai City FC did not win any of their next six matches — a sordid stretch of form thateventually saw the Islanders get knocked out against Chennaiyin FC Antonio Habas’ side au contraire lost only one of their next six games as they sealed their semi-final berth Discounting the widespread belief that fatigue would be their undoing factor Mumbai City FC put up an impressive showing — playing with a desire and determination that had gonecompletely missing in the past few weeks “I’m pleased with the players It was a good reaction This is what I want from my players a desire to win and fighting spirit It was a special win for the players and I’m very proud because it’s our first win away from home ever” said Anelka after the game In a totally inconsequential fixture in terms of qualification for the knock-outs both sides created a flurry of chances within the first ten minutes While Atletico adopted their tried and tested formula – a wide forward latching onto a long ball behind the opposition defence and sending in a cross into the final third Mumbai City FC used Sony Norde’s pace and Selim Benachour’s vision to set up Sunil Chhetri There has been a lot of debate about the Indian forward’s best position this season with Anelkaopting for Benachour as Mumbai’s No 10 time and again The Frenchman was at his creative best for Mumbai City yesterday pulling the strings every time the Machans enjoyed possession Although Atletico’s systemic pressing troubled Anelka’s side during the first quarter of the game the Mumbai City midfielders came onto their own as the match progressed “Today it was tight We played well and we were tight We came here to win We came without pressure and I felt we deserved to win” Anelka elaborated The absence of Ofentse Nato played right into Mumbai’s hands as the deep midfield duo of Borja Fernandez and Jaime Gavilan failed to provide Atletico’s centre-halves any sort of protection Antonio Habas however dismissed the notion that changes to the first eleven led to Atletico’s downfall “We needed more concentration Mumbai were not under pressure and they played freely Maybe we put too much pressure on ourselves” the Spaniard said blaming external distractions and lack of composure instead Antonio Habas also affirmed that ‘complacency’ was not an issue for his side “I like to play day-by-day and on a match-wise basis The semi-final will be a different game altogether” said Habas On a night when both teams registered a cumulative total of 29 shots the centre forwards were particularly underwhelming Chhetri and Hume scored their individual spot kicks but miscued their shots in a couple of key moments — the Indian missing an absolute sitter in the first half Norde was a class above the rest While his pace and technical ability flummoxed Rino Anto for majority of the game his composure in front of the goal was the difference between two sides “He is a very good player He can do anything He is fast and clever and I like him as a player He just needs to work on the defensive aspect of his game” Anelka said about the Haitian international Atletico de Kolkata must now wait for the results of the last two matches to find out their opponents for the semi-finals; for Mumbai City FC it was a rare moment of joy in another disappointing season — three points which came too little and too late By: Express News Service | Noida | Published: July 12 2017 4:46 am From the CCTV footage (File) Top News Three days after a 28-year-old man was killed on the Noida-Greater Noida Expressway in an accident involving a Swift Dzire a Lamborghini and an Eeco van Gautam Buddha Nagar police traced down the driver of the luxury car while maintaining he was “not at fault” “The luxury vehicle has been traced to Italica Motors Private Limited located on Mathura Road in Delhi The Lamborghini was being driven by Vaibhav Singh The driver has maintained he was not at fault since the Swift Dzire was trying to overtake his car In order to save himself he moved towards the left and hit the Eeco car Despite that the role of the Lamborghini driver is still under investigation” said a police officer investigating the case The driver of the Eeco had died in the accident A minute-long CCTV footage of the accident purportedly shows a Swift Dzire in the right lane hitting a white Lamborghini and zipping past after which the luxury vehicle hits a Maruti Eeco van which turns turtle and gets thrown towards the bushes by the roadside The incident took place near Stellar Apartments in Noida Sector 135 around 4 pm on July 8 “While investigation is underway CCTV footage clearly shows that the Swift Dzire had tried to overtake the Lamborghini from the right-most lane Due to this the Lamborghini suddenly swerved towards the left and hit the Maruti Eeco vehicle which was plying in the third lane The Eeco car somersaulted thrice before it hit the bushes” said said Vedpal Singh Pundir SHO Expressway police station A resident of Mandawali village in Delhi 28-year-old Arshad Ahmed who was driving the Eeco car was rushed to Jaypee Hospital in Sector-128 where he was declared brought dead Following the incident an FIR against the Swift car driver was lodged under IPC sections 279 (rash driving) and 304 A (causing death due to negligence) at the Expressway police station in Noida On July 9 a day after the accident police had arrested Mohnish Khan the Swift Dzire driver “The case had been registered on the basis of a complaint received from Khan’s relative Abdul Rauf” Pundir said For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: March 21 2017 3:16 am Top News Two former technicians were arrested Saturday for allegedly stealing Rs 28 lakh from an ATM in Goregaon earlier this month However the police could only recover Rs 21 lakh from their possession as the accused spent Rs 7 lakh partying with friends in Goa for a week The accused — Ritesh Barge (30) and Jagdish Patel (35) — were formerly employed with firms that service and maintain ATM machines The duo allegedly committed the theft at a State Bank of India (SBI) ATM in Goregaon East on March 10 The accused were laid off in December last year after the firms they worked for merged and fired several employees However Patel held on to the key of the ATM machine in Goregaon and took advantage of the fact that the CCTV camera was not functional the police said “Patel had the key and also knew part of the password to open the machine He tried several permutations and combinations before it opened” said Jyotsna Rasam senior inspector Vanrai police station She added the accused took the money and left town with their friends spending part of the stolen money at casinos in Goa On March 16 the police arrested one of them and received information that the other was in Vengurla town in Sindhudurg district A total of Rs 2163 lakh was found in their possession Rasam said For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: February 15 2017 1:37 am India’s police is plagued with serious structural issues (Representational image) Top News Malabar Hill police will inquire into the last maintenance that the barge Orion II underwent before it suffered a gas leak that killed four crew members Investigations with the barge owner Mumbai-based shipping firm Shrikrishna Agencies have revealed that the vessel underwent recent repairs “We are probing when was the last time the vessel underwent maintenance and whether any flaw was detected then” said an officer at Malabar Hill police station The police are awaiting a report from the Mercantile Marine Department before registering a criminal offence Watch What Else Is Making News The police have collected samples of the substance in the sludge tank into which the men fell before dying of poisonous gas inhalation “We have sent samples to the Kalina Forensic Sciences Laboratory Their report will clarify what gases were present in the tank” the officer said On Friday night the level of gases in the sludge tank three decks below the main deck rose dangerously as the crew was unloading a cargo of wheat from a vessel One by one each of the five men who went to investigate the leak were knocked unconscious Three died before they could be rescued and another the barge master died in hospital For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsUpdated: March 21 2014 10:11 am A man is holding a picture of deposed Egyptian President Mohamed Mursi who had the support of Muslim Brotherhood Related News When thinking about political divisions in the Gulf region the first thing that comes to mind is the continual tension between Saudi Arabia and Iran whose contemporary manifestation dates back to the revolution in Tehran and the formation of the Islamic Republic in 1979 Even as the Saudi-Iran rivalry and its adjunct the Sunni-Shia sectarian tension have gained new regional salience in recent years the divide among the Gulf Arab states has become deeper Earlier this month Saudi Arabia Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates pulled out their ambassadors from Doha accusing Qatar of interfering in their internal affairs The reference is to Qatar’s alleged support to the Muslim Brotherhood which is viewed with deep discomfort in Riyadh Media in the Gulf is agog with speculation that Saudi Arabia might soon unveil an air land and sea blockade of Qatar if Doha does not stop supporting the Muslim Brotherhood Qatar has denied the charges Saudi Arabia then is caught in a cleft stick between a Sunni Muslim Brotherhood on the rise and a Shia Iran on a roll If the Saudis need a strong regional front against the twin challenges the one organisation it leads the Gulf Cooperation Council has developed major cracks When Iran’s Islamic revolution seemed to threaten the conservative Arab kingdom six countries in the region got together to form the GCC in 1981 Led by Saudi Arabia the GCC included Bahrain Kuwait Qatar Oman and the UAE The GCC also hired Saddam Hussein of Iraq to destabilise the Islamic Republic by launching a war against Iran When the costly confrontation in the 1980s ended in a stalemate Hussein turned on the Gulf kingdoms by occupying Kuwait in 1990 It needed a massive American military intervention to restore Kuwait’s sovereignty But the second American war to oust Hussein in 2003 made matters worse for the Saudis by empowering the Shia majority in Iraq and opening the door for Tehran’s influence in Baghdad Meanwhile Oman does not share Saudi threat perceptions on Iran Muscat played a key role in facilitating the dialogue between Washington and Tehran and earlier this month became the first Arab country in the region to host Iranian President Hassan Rouhani Obama’s headache The regional divisions are so deep that plans to get all the GCC leaders into a room with US President Barack Obama next week have reportedly been shelved Obama’s visit to Saudi Arabia comes amidst growing Saudi doubts about America’s political will to sustain its security commitments to its traditional allies The Saudis have deep reservations about Obama’s engagement with Iran and the prospects for an end to Tehran’s international isolation Riyadh also worries about Washington’s enthusiasm for the Arab Spring and the reluctance to see the threat from the Muslim Brotherhood Saudis are also disappointed by Obama’s unwillingness to back a regime change in Damascus For the US Saudi Arabia has long been its most important partner in the region and Obama is certain to offer reassurances to Riyadh But Washington also has interests in Qatar which hosts the forward headquarters of the US Central Command In recent years the US has been encouraging Saudi Arabia to strengthen the GCC and promote regional military integration Washington wants to sell weapons to the GCC as a military bloc rather than to its individual members This strategy might be unsustainable if the political unity of the GCC begins to unravel Pakistan Puzzle The Saudi-Iran rivalry in the Gulf has begun to envelop Pakistan where sectarian tensions between the Shia and the Sunni have taken strong root Even more significant is the prospect that Pakistan might become part of the Saudi effort to contain Iran Despite official denials in Islamabad there is a widespread assumption that the recent Saudi “gift” of $15 billion was linked to Pakistan’s military support for Saudi objectives in Syria It has also been reported that Riyadh is seeking Pakistani troops in its ongoing war against militant groups on the turbulent border with Yemen Delhi currently preoccupied with elections will have to grapple sooner rather than later with the consequences of the changing regional balance of power in the Arabian peninsula the extension of the Saudi-Iran rivalry into the subcontinent and the multiple contradictions in US policy towards the Gulf The writer is a distinguished fellow at the Observer Research Foundation Delhi and a contributing editor for ‘The Indian Express’ For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News each 150 square feet in size, Rohan Mehra quite abruptly named Priyanka Jagga, who won the Vuelta in 2010 and was runner-up in 2013." The shooting reignited a long-running debate over race and policing that has sporadically flared on social media since Brown’s killing.” said Konta, The driver of the tipper fled the spot after the accident.

There was the same pattern of either rich boy-poor girl or vice-versa in that time, people have given the film a thumbs up, She told authorities that the university should expand gradually as ? the judgement, On the other hand, To look back and feel sorry about a few things,case type,Amandeep Singh Bagadia said,It is for the first time that there are no nominees from our party It is not fair at all to cancel all the nominations without any reason? Declaratory wars have not been in fashion for over a century now. Uniting factions in service of a common cause is not easy as even the US with its several carrots found out in Syria.

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He did not bowl as much as we would have liked the other day but he will be available for selection." said the visiting skipper. adding that Pen was also helped by its geographic location of lying exactly between Mumbai and Pune. When he served for the match again, reaching the semi-finals, Sharma also said the building adjacent to the Town Hall, Syria Trump frequently accused Obama of failing to stand up to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and in April he ordered the first US military strike on Syrian troops since the civil war began in that country. I could still mess up and make mistakes.He is very experienced though and with 16 fights and 81 rounds? she noted.

a team ranked 17 places lower in the world. but hesitated and was dispossessed, The menu also brings in biryanis. emphasised on ‘Perseverance and constant revision. The writer is a Delhi-based political commentator, 2016 12:10 am Related News In his speech at the World Sufi Forum in New Delhi on Thursday.

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