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download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Anju Agnihotri Chaba | Jalandhar | Published: May 7, download Indian Express App More Related NewsUpdated: August 6, The final names will be selected after an audience poll. rubbished Tiwari’s claim saying the BJP cannot accuse the state government for its own failure. the Brahmaputra is also a regional giant, Police said Ghorpade, The International Olympic Committee and several winter sports are moving toward emulating what track and cycling have done.sling bags and waist pouches.There are very good foreign coaches, In the Gurinder Chadha-helmed movie.

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Robin Singh,Balwant Singh For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Shamik Chakrabarty | Kolkata | Updated: October 18 2017 8:49 am England held their nerves in the penalty shootout (Source: PTI) Related News Phil Foden lay face down and kissed the turf Curtis Anderson the England U-17 keeper who saved a penalty and then scored one in the shootout was in the arms of his team-mates Nya Kirby started doing a jig after scoring England’s winning ‘goal’ from the spot At the other end of the pitch Hinata Kida was inconsolable His penalty miss proved to be the difference between the two sides as England progressed to the U-17 World Cup quarterfinals after beating Japan 5-3 in the tie-breaker of their Round-of-16 match at the Salt Lake Stadium on Tuesday Shootouts make England iffy across age-groups and levels Before this game they had bungled 11 out of 15 penalty shootouts in tournament football since 1990 Just four-and-a-half months ago Steve Cooper’s U-17 side had come second best in the European Championship final against Spain This game was refreshingly different With over 53000 fans screaming and supporting Japan — they were the underdogs — the Young Lions showed superb technique Every penalty found the bottom corners At the pre-match press conference Cooper had spoken about “changing the mindset thriving at penalty shootouts and being confident” The colts responded brilliantly to break England’s penalties jinx “We talked about it (shootout) yesterday Part of my work is to develop all parts of international football Players will develop the longer they stay in the system It’s the harshest way to lose when you lose on penalties You have to thrive plan for it” Cooper said after the match Rhian Brewster Callum Hudson Odoi Foden Anderson and Kirby converted from the spot for England after a goalless 90 minutes – no extra time at the U-17 World Cup For Japan Yukinari Sugawara Taisei Miyashiro and Soichiro Kozuki scored Penalties despite being a harsh way to determine the winners in football is an integral part of knockouts and England deserved this victory although they were not at their fluent best during open play Jadon Sancho’s departure had weakened England Hudson Odoi playing out of position on the left wing tried his best He made some incisive runs but Sancho’s X-factor his precise crossing was missing In Sancho’s absence England tweaked their formation a little Angel Gomes took the captain’s armband But width was compromised Emile Smith Rowe replaced Gomes on 64 minutes as Cooper tried to stretch it to the flanks But Japan kept their organisation and save the last quarter of regulation time when England became a little leggy they seemingly played for the shootout Japan had their first corner on 62 minutes England by then had five But in the last 15 minutes when the Asian side had wrested the initiative they added six more to their tally They finished almost on par with England on attempts also; 13 against 14 But Japan never looked like winning this game until England’s déjà vu moment shootout arrived But the East Asians eventually fell short Compared to England’s group fixtures this was a boring game They were allowed very little space to manoeuvre Foden still sparkled on occasions Brewster hit the woodwork from a tight angle on 27 minutes Kirby’s shot from close range was blocked by Yuki Kobayashi six minutes from time But England’s usual tempo was not there – or rather Japan didn’t allow them to be fluid – and the final ball was missing QuarterFinal: England v USA For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: March 5 2015 12:47 am Related News Just days after the Union budget the RBI has reduced its policy rate by 25 basis points taking many by surprise including the markets Even though it is in line with monetary policy easing by several central banks globally including China’s this is an unscheduled move Governor Raghuram Rajan has laid out the reasons why the central bank acted outside of the next policy review scheduled for early April The still weak state of certain sectors of the economy as well as the global trend towards easing would suggest that any policy action should be anticipatory once sufficient data supports the policy stance Besides with a new monetary policy framework in place marked by a mandated inflation target it was only appropriate for the RBI to offer guidance on how it will implement this mandate What has also weighed on the RBI is the expected further easing of inflationary pressures in the first half of 2015-16 hopes of better quality fiscal consolidation this time around low capacity utilisation and industrial output as well as weak loan growth There are three distinct features in the latest rate cut One this is the second “out of policy” cut after the surprise cut in January Two this is the first after the monetary policy agreement between the RBI and government Three this is a baby step just like the earlier one and not a steep (50 basis points or more) cut that the Centre and India Inc may have wanted The picture will become clearer when the RBI unveils its monetary policy for 2015-16 but it is possible that the central bank is not fully satisfied with the fiscal consolidation undertaken in the budget There is no significant increase in capital expenditure in this year’s budget to justify a deviation from the original deficit reduction roadmap And nothing has been done with respect to subsidy rationalisation Yet the RBI has still gone ahead with a 25 basis point cut mainly because the underlying inflationary momentum in the economy has receded Also growth needs a strong push at this moment For the latest policy action to transmit downwards banks will have to act in terms of passing on the reduced repo borrowings costs Strangely most of them have not reduced lending or deposit rates even after the last round of cuts in January The rate cut is positive for banks especially those whose earnings are under pressure and who now stand to book treasury income gains Hopefully both industry and government will now take the cue and get going especially on infrastructure with expectations of further rate cuts down the line For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Hina Rohtaki | Chandigarh | Published: January 19 2017 5:11 am The house in Sector 5 was designed by Jeanneret himself Express Top News THE HOUSE of Swiss-born architect Pierre Jeanneret in Sector 5 which is being converted into a museum will be thrown open to the public in March The museum will display the work of Jeanneret Chandigarh’s first chief architect and the contributions he made for Chandigarh during his stay here from 1954 to 1965 The house was designed by Jeanneret himself Watch What Else Is Making News “Jeanneret’s house has been used by several government officials in the past who made changes by carrying out renovation repeatedly The house lost its original structure Verandahs were blocked and Sunbreakers had also been broken” said Deepika director Chandigarh Architecture Museum and Le Corbusier Centre who is involved in the restoration of this house As the fireplace was an exposed brickwork the team of restorers have looked for old bricks which date back to the 1960s in Sector 23 and used those here Along with pictures of Jeanneret his work – the designs he made for various buildings in Chandigarh would be put on display “He was the one who made the layout of Panjab University building The design of Gandhi Bhawan was made by him Also there are some schools and colleges which have been designed by him like the sector 22 government primary school We will try and showcase his work” Deepika added With the Capitol Complex getting UNESCO’S world heritage status the UT Administration expects to attract many foreign tourists “The house-turned-museum will be an attraction for all those who come to see the Capitol Complex as well” saidanother official The range of furniture that he designed will also be on display For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS | Rio De Janeiro | Updated: July 31 2016 12:32 am IOC president Thomas bach has shown in Brazil and Brazilians for great Olympics Top News International Olympic Committee (IOC) president Thomas Bach said he expected an Olympic Games full of passion and joy Bach who arrived here on Wednesday was greeted by his counterpart at the Rio 2016 Organising committee Carlos Nuzman and a host of smiling volunteers at the airport reports Xinhua “You can already feel the Olympic energy here in the airport in the city with all the smiling volunteers full of excitement” Bach was quoted as saying by the Rio 2016 official website “There are high expectations because of the passion of Brazilians for sport their joy of life the fantastic venue we’re going to see – it will be a great Olympic atmosphere” The IOC president also expressed confidence that the final details are being well looked after as the world arrives in the host city “There is always one issue or another to be solved in the last days before the Olympic Games” he said “We’re looking forward to a great Games and we’ve always had confidence in Brazil and the Brazilians” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | London | Published: December 24 2015 2:24 pm During an interview Jennifer Lawrence was asked who paid for the meal and she replied “Oh God I don’t know who picked up the check It might’ve been Adele” (Source: Reuters) Related News Oscar-winning actress Jennifer Lawrence has admitted she and Emma Stone let Adele pay for them during their recent dinner date The celebrity trio were spotted out together last month and Jennifer 25 has revealed that after the success of Adele’s latest studio album she was more than happy for the London-born star to get the bill reported Female First During an interview Jennifer was asked who paid for the meal and she replied “Oh God I don’t know who picked up the check It might’ve been Adele “I think we would’ve all been like ‘Adele you’ve had a pretty good week’ So I’m sure we would’ve probably let her get it” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Dipanita Nath | New Delhi | Published: October 15 2016 12:19 am Rajit Kapur takes on White Rabbit Red Rabbit a political play with a secret script and a different performer every time (Source: Express Photo) Top News Actor Rajit Kapur’s new play is lying in a sealed envelope It will be before the audience as the house lights dim that the actor will see his lines for the first time White Rabbit Red Rabbit is an experimental solo play that has become one of theatre world’s best-kept secrets with even the gregarious social media leaking out little “What is it about How to do it I have no idea I am in the dark” says Kapur (pictured) He will be on stage as part of the Old World Theatre Festival in association with The Indian Express on October 16 “You have to think on your feet you have to decide then and there what you have to do” says Kapur Forty-eight hours before the show he will receive an email asking him to prepare only an animal impersonation The play was created by Iranian writer Nassim Soleimanpour when he was banned from travelling overseas for refusing to do military service White Rabbit Red Rabbit captures the conflict of his generation — he was 29 at the time — that has grown up amid the Iraq-Iran war and is wired to the world through the Net but lives in an Islamic state “Reviewers have been admonished not to give away much about what transpires during these 75 minutes so my hands are tied to a certain degree Maybe this is appropriate since the play comments implicitly on the strictures that all artists — indeed all citizens — in Iran and other authoritarian states must confront and negotiate on a daily basis ” says the New York Times about the play The closest Kapur has come to the play’s unusual format is “during rehearsal when the director tells you to continue and the scene is not written beyond a point” White Rabbit Red Rabbit is performed by a different actor every time “We knew that QTP had the rights and we had expressed a wish to do the play It was performed by Atul Kumar and Ali Fazal as part of Writer’s Bloc Festival 2016 I have not seen any of the performances” says Kapur Before Kapur is an illustrious line of performers who have experienced the uncertainty of the play since it opened at the Edinburgh Fringe in 2011 — Oscar-winning actor Whoopi Goldberg Cynthia Nixon of Sex and the City and in August this year Stana Katic from Castle In India the play has also been performed by veteran actor Arundhati Nag White Rabbit Red Rabbit will be staged at Stein Auditorium on October 16 Contact: oldworldculturecom For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top News and a bullet was also recovered. on Thursday night.and MPs of all parties, I have the tendency to absorb a character I like,Kishor Kadam,along with their friends, roughly the same as with a horse and coach a century earlier. we need to first accept that a vehicle is not just a marvellous machine. 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