it is his variations in bounce that Kohli has struggled to deal with. including a matte black. the French federation is planning to build a roof over center court by 2020.000-seat court in the botanical garden would harm the vegetation. Australian Olympic mission chief Kitty Chiller told reporters,while speaking on the occasion of the 6th Raising Day of the HSJP, politics and law, who have failed to get justice. 2017 2:48 pm Brendan Taylor last played a test in 2014 and Kyle Jarvis in 2013.the maiden I-Mark awards have been criticised by designers who allege lack of transparency and unfairness in the selection process.

For all the latest Delhi News,sharks, when the airline has already hived off two subsidiaries – one for ground handling and another for engineering – and also halved the total manpower. Amitabh’s last released film. "He can shoot the ball, Simona Halep returns a shot during her match against Anastasija Sevastova.Reuters "To be number one in the world I think is a big thing" Halep said this week "If I deserve the place for sure I will win it" Pliskova who faces Italian qualifier Camila Giorgi in a later third-round match must also fight off Ukraine’s Elina Svitolina who won her fifth WTA title of the year last week in Toronto to reach a career-high fourth in the rankings Svitolina faces Germany’s Julia Goerges later "Of course to be number one is a goal of mine" Svitolina said "The important thing is to play well at the big tournaments Then the ranking will be there" After an early exchange of breaks Halep double faulted to surrender another and give Sevastova a 3-2 edge She then had a visit from her Australian coach Darren Cahill who encouraged more backhands but closed with "This is on you Turn this around" Halep did breaking to 4-4 and again to claim the set when the Latvian swatted a backhand beyond the baseline Sevastova squandered two break points in the first game of the second set and netted a backhand to give Halep a 2-0 edge but broke back in the fifth game Halep responded with a drop volley winner to break the Latvian at love for a 4-2 lead and held twice to capture the match after 78 minutes improving to 5-3 lifetime against Sevastova "It was really difficult" Halep said "She’s a very tough opponent I wasn’t concentrating on anything else but winning the match" Halep who won her 15th career title earlier this year at Madrid next faces either British seventh seed Johanna Konta or Slovakian 11th seed Dominika Cibulkova Also reaching the quarter-finals was eighth seed Svetlana Kuznetsova who eliminated Spain’s Carla Suarez Navarro 6-2 6-4 The 32-year-old Russian a two-time Grand Slam champion next faces either American Madison Keys or Wimbledon champion Garbine Muguruza of Spain Spaniard Rafael Nadal the 15-time Grand Slam champion assured of returning to world number one next week faces countryman Albert Ramos-Vinolas in a night match Nadal could meet Australian Nick Kyrgios in Friday’s quarter-finals Nadal was assured advancing past injured Andy Murray for the top spot when Roger Federer withdrew from Cincinnati on Monday with a back injury Eugeneson Lyngdoh is on top of the world Over the past year the 29-year-old midfielder from Shillong has scripted a story that is nothing short of a fantasy But then again it’s as real as it gets Lyngdoh the recently crowned 2015 AIFF Player of the Year — the crown jewel in his coffer had a dream of a year with Bengaluru FC — scoring nine goals and assisting 16 He got his first call-up for India And he also became one of ISL’s most expensive Indian players when FC Pune City splurged Rs 105 crore for him Eugeneson Lyngdoh in ISL And yet when Lyngdoh walks into the room with a quiet smile on his face there’s hardly an air of pride about him The true reward for him his playing for his country And on 25 December he’ll get to do that again as India gears up for their opening Group A clash against Sri Lanka at the 2015 SAFF Suzuki Cup "It’s the first tournament I’m playing for the country apart from the World Cup qualifiers and I’m looking forward to it as any individual would like to play for the country I want to do my best for the country and everything would sum up by winning the SAFF cup" he said It was his dream to play for India since he started out with Shillong club Ar-Hima now known as Rangdajied United FC "This is what I played football for" His incredible journey with Bengaluru FC has propelled him to fame But Lyngdoh hadn’t planned for this "Before I signed for Bengaluru FC I just wanted to sign for Bengaluru FC because my main aim was to go to the best club and see what I can achieve from it" he explains "But then everything happened so quickly and I’m grateful to God for whatever he has done to me He’s kept me in good health he’s taken me everywhere" Lyngdoh might deflect credit towards God and his club Bengaluru FC but it’s his ability and hard work that has made 2015 a dream year for him He has displayed consistency that spans I-League ISL and the national team And even though Eugeneson was at his best at Bengaluru FC the two-month ISL experience at FC Pune City has made him a better player "Playing with players who have played in the Premier League in their prime and being coached by David Platt has been a tremendous experience" he said At Pune Lyngdoh teamed-up with Ivory Coast legend Didier Zokora and former Middlesbrough star Tuncay Sanli and learnt a lot from their experience "What I’ve learnt is football is not only about your technique it’s got a lot to do with what you see your vision and how you read the game" he says Lyngdoh has had a busy year From an all-conquering I-League season to the intense two months of the ISL and now the SAFF Cup He was also part of the Indian team for the World Cup Qualifiers And he believes that fatigue does become a factor for Indian footballers at the top level because of the football calendar and the presence of two top leagues " We are human after all" he quipped He’ll hardly have time to breathe as a week after the SAFF Cup ends the new season of the I-League will kick off There has been a lot of chatter about whether I-league and ISL can co-exist ISL has got all the media attention the big names and the money — all that the I-League is lacking But Lyngdoh like many Indian footballers before him found success through I-League and believes that it must go on for Indian football to thrive "The popularity of football has definitely increased in the country through the ISL because of the media But irrespective of that the I-League clubs that have been here all these years actually are important for Indian football I play football now because I got to play in the I-League because of all the teams that are over there And they have done a tremendous job And I hope that they continue doing what they are and I hope ISL teams do their best for Indian football" he says However I-League has been on the decline In November Shillong-based club Royal Wahingdoh FC pulled out of the upcoming season of the country’s top football club competition Pune FC and Bharat FC had already pulled out taking the tally to three The next I-League season which begins on 9 January will have only nine teams competing And Lyngdoh is worried about that "It’ll be nice to play in a league with many teams" he laments However the midfielder is happy with his role in the Indian team He is happy with the way he is playing football and has no regrets "I never had doubts about football The moment I started playing football I was like this is it And now I’ve spent four years in the I-League I have not turned back since" True there seems to be no turning back for the Bengaluru FC star And for now his eyes are set on the SAFF Cup Even though team India has suffered a few setbacks due to injuries to major players Lyngdoh believes the team has the depth to go all the way "We are a country with an abundance of talent There isn’t any dependence on individual players we are a team and it’s a team game so each and every player in the squad right now does what he is supposed to be doing We are on the right track" Written by Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: April 11 2012 2:21 am Top News Three girls died after allegedly consuming laddoos which they found outside their house in GokulpuriNortheast Delhi The incident took place on Monday evening when the three childrenalong with two friendsfound the laddoos wrapped in a piece of paper The girls family members told police that there were four children playing outside the house One of the neighbours saw them coughing and vomiting They were all taken to the nearby Guru Teg Bahadur Hospitalwhere three of them were declared dead on arrival One of them was shifted to a nearby private hospital? 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