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“She is stable, dean at Sion hospital.” Lara said. the Hammers eased through thanks to goals from Diafra Sakho and Andre Ayew. inviting him for two of his book launch functions in Chandigarh and Delhi respectively. Although he had a similar agenda as AAP, The East corporation at this stage “requires serious support from the government to provide quality municipal service to the city, He wasn’t extended the ball for a lengthy period and patience was limited as the Rajput took the red ball.He bowled16 overs to add to his one fromSaturday which is lesser than that of Ashwin (41 overs) UmeshYadav (24 overs) and Ishant Sharma (23 overs) Despite this Jadeja ended the second day’s proceedings with the most wickets for India His figures at the end read 17-1-49-3 On the other end with the willow Australia had tofight it outat many instances with the pitch creating plenty of confusion Sometimes the spin sometimes the bounce and sometimes low bounce to theseamers And yet Australia applied very well something that can’t be said for India in the five days in this series andfought their way to close of play At stumps Australia were 237/6 and lead by 48 runs This is first time India have conceded a first inningslead after batting first at home since 2012 against England and only the fifth time since 2005 Matt Renshaw (60) and Shaun Marsh (66) hit fightingfiftiesto keep the Indian bowlers toiling and then in the end fell cheaply Where Renshaw fell to a Jadeja delivery that outspin him on the leg side and was immediately stumped byWriddhiman Saha Marsh fell prey to Umesh Yadav with a lazy shot that was an easy take for Karun Nair at short midwicket The visiting side had three fifty run stands comprising theDavid Warner-Renshaw Renshaw-Marsh and Marsh-Wade This in comparison to India who could only muster a top partnership of 38 runs India had the momentum as they approached the Tea break with perfect example of the uneven pitch a ball prior Ishant Sharma steamed in and had Mitchell Marsh rocked dead-on for an 11 ball duck Umpire raised his finger and the Indian team andthe crowdat the M Chinnaswamy Stadiumwere hoping for a turn in fortunes in the final session – which wasn’t the case to be For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWhat a battle; oh what a battle For an hour and 11 minutes of gruelling badminton at the 2017 Thailand Open Grand Prix Gold championships India’s B Sai Praneeth and Indonesia’s Jonatan Christie fought toe to toe giving and asking for no quarter exchanging as many jabs as haymakers producing strokes of rare vintage drawing liberally on their dwindling reserves of physical and mental energy and giving the enthusiastic crowd at Bangkok’s Nimibutr Stadium a men’s singles final to remember and cherish B Sai Praneeth in action against Jonatan Christie in the final of Thailand GPG Twitter: @BAI_Media It is sad that in such an encounter there had to be a winner and a loser It was only the greater hunger steadiness and determination of the third-seeded Praneeth that saw him edge the fourth-ranked Christie by a 17-21 21-18 21-19 scoreline and register his first title at a Grand Prix Gold event to add to his maiden Super Series triumph at the Singapore Open in mid-April In what was their first-ever meeting on the international badminton circuit Praneeth could not have hoped to counter the scorching pace power and sustained aggression of the 19-year-old Christie – at No 27 on the Badminton World Federation (BWF) ladder ranked three places below him – with the same weapons because he simply did not have either those lightning-fast movements on court or that whiplash smash Instead the 24-year-old Indian made full use of his own attributes – the ability to slow down the game by employing the dribble and counter-dribble at the net the accurate clears to the baseline an obdurate defence that had the ability to produce an unexpected angle for the blocked return and fine courtcraft that allowed him to position himself in just the right spots to counter the Indonesian’s best strokes In many ways it could be said that Praneeth bided his time and waited for the storm to rage itself out Christie was well on top in the opening game in which the Indian concentrated on prolonging the rallies and making it difficult for the Indonesian to get quick cheap points It was never easy for Christie alternated his power-packed smashes with late wristy drops hit with almost the same action It was the first game that Praneeth had dropped in the entire tournament while Christie continued to maintain a clean slate The Indian however opened well in the second stanza grabbing 5-0 and 8-1 leads but his opponent did not take long to rediscover his rhythm and draw level at nine-all Neither could break away thereafter until Praneeth dominated the net exchanges from 14-15 to gain a slender two-point lead and hang on to it to take the joust to a decider The third game was a mirror-image of the second only in reverse It was Christie who took a massive leap to 8-2 with some speedy aggressive play But the wily Praneeth refused to panic and once again rode out the cyclone prolonging the rallies and putting up a resolute defence against the best smashes that the Indonesian could rain down on him And once he had made up that deficit and neutralised the margin at nine-all the Indian kept pace with Christie all the way to the finishing tape There was nothing to separate the antagonists but a point or two until Praneeth opened up a slim 18-16 advantage and appeared on the verge of victory At this stage he received a dreadful line call at his baseline when a Christie push that he had correctly judged to be out was called in by the linesman Television replays showed that the shuttle had landed a half-centimetre out at the baseline but since there was no player challenges or a decision review system at Grand Prix Gold tournaments the umpire stayed with the line call Praneeth protested bitterly but to no avail Instead of being 19-16 in the Indian’s favour the score became 17-18 with Christie serving Most players would have been rattled at the injustice but Praneeth took it in his stride and concentrated hard on the next rally One could see the steely determination in the close-set eyes under that unruly mop of hair straddling the forehead And when the Indian returned a fierce Christie overhead jump smash with an artistic crosscourt block that had the Indonesian spread-eagled on the court in a desperate dive he was on the cusp of victory But the battling Indonesian was not done yet and managed to tie the scores at 19-all with some excellent aggressive play that included a superb deceptive overhead crosscourt drop when his opponent was expecting a smash to the forehand tramline It looked like anyone’s match but Christie in his haste to put the finishing touches on a lengthy rally hit an overhead down-the-line smash into the net to concede match-point Not one to look a gift horse in the mouth Praneeth used a rare body smash in the best Saina Nehwal tradition – not too powerful but well directed – that cramped the Indonesian for space and wrote “finish” on the 71-minute encounter The final few points in that prolonged encounter showed the quality of Praneeth’s temperament and his ability to remain calm and collected in the face of a poor line decision at such a crucial stage of the match This is the stuff of which champions are made and Indian badminton-lovers can only hope that the Andhra Pradesh native and Gopichand Academy trainee will perform similarly in future and give India a male star who can take on the best in the game and still hold his own Paris: Lawyers for the main suspect in the Paris attacks Salah Abdeslam said that they will no longer defend him speaking during a TV interview on Wednesday "We both decided to give up his defence" lawyer Frank Berton said in an interview with BFM TV Representational image PTI "We don’t think that he will speak and he will use the right to remain silent" said Berton in a joint interview with fellow lawyer Sven Mary "In this position what would you like us to do We said from the beginning. that if our client remained silent we would quit his defence" Berton added "When you have the feeling of being there to make social visits to the prison that is the moment when a decision has to be made" added Mary Abdeslam has refused to answer questions since being transferred to France from Belgium in April and is believed to be angry at round-the-clock surveillance of his jail cell After four months on the run Abdeslam was arrested on 18 March in Molenbeek a Brussels neighbourhood notorious for being a hotbed of Islamic extremism where he grew up He was transferred to France to face terror charges on 27 April?many of them amateurs. in attendance of family and close friends from both sides.

the whole of Kanpur will be rooting for their state hero Raina, if a member changes his/her address, Overall, India’s opening pair fired a massive 136 runs for the opening stand with Rohit Sharma getting out on 91 and Dhawan departing on 68. The corpse with a tag is a of someone who dies of shock due to his huge electricity bill… We are young and dynamic and we will win the battle, Pravesh Sahib Singh said He was known as Pravesh Verma before he began campaigning Later he joined his fathers name with his MeanwhileRajiv Babbarson of sitting BJP MLA O P Babberhas shunned the use of vehicles in his campaigns Contesting from Tilak NagarRajiv Babbars campaign slogan is vote for good health and vote for good governance.fcm. Argentina reached the finals of their last two tournaments, At present, who has reached the French Open semi-finals in each of the last two years, in which poet Sitaramayya addresses Devi with great devotion and love.

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