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“Jagger Snow Ross ! For all the latest Entertainment News, KKR kept the star-studded batting line-up," Gandhi said on queries as to why Congress "delayed" staking claim for government formation. PTI Written by Sandali Tiwari | Gurgaon | Published: March 13, He was taken to Kerala. Ghavri, it’s used as a thread for garlands. According to her,and the only happiness that most men know is to be esteemed happy. Status updates and emoticons: Rousseau saw it all In a modern worldwhen can we come closest to our originalthought-free happiness Wellthe Harvard psychologists noted thatafter sexthe two activities during which we are most fully in the present are conversation and exercise Rousseau saw this as wellbut forget the treadmill: he lost himself in mountains and valleys andwhile walkingconversed with himself IndeedReveries of the Solitary Walker is a manifesto on the benefits of wondering while wandering At all timesthe Harvard psychologists invite us to click onto their websiteTrackyourhappinessorgin order to know how happy or at one with ourselves we are at any given moment in the day Rousseauthoughwould say that happiness lies not in clickingbut in being Bon anniversaireJean-Jacques: may our gift to you be recapturing the present you gave us Zaretsky is a professor of history at the Honors CollegeUniversity of Houston Scott is a professor of political science at the University of CaliforniaDavis For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Updated: June 21 2017 9:37 am Anil Kumble insisted that injured players had to prove their fitness in a domestic game before returning to the squad (Source: AP) Related News Anil Kumble was Team India coach for only a year but during this relatively short period he tried to put in place a framework for the long-term future of Indian cricket A look at few of Kumble’s pet theories which he tried to implement during his stint Having a fast bowling pool: Pace bowling is a tough task and injuries part and parcel of the job That’s why Kumble wanted to have several pacemen from whom to choose for a particular game During his tenure Umesh Yadav improved by leaps and bounds Ishant Sharma found better consistency Mohammed Shami became a feared operator and Bhuvneshwar Kumar a handful whenever called upon In shorter formats Jasprit Bumrah was a revelation Can’t pick and choose: Kumble insisted that players out with injury had to prove their fitness in a domestic game before returning to the squad Many big stars of the Indian team did not like this diktat but it set in place a proper system by which to judge match fitness of players Sorting the feeder line: Having a good rapport with his former Karnataka and India teammate Rahul Dravid worked in Kumble’s favour as the national coach got expert advice on the kind of talent waiting in the wings The likes of Jayant Yadav Hardik Pandya and Rishabh Pant are testimony to the close association of two of India’s biggest stalwarts reaping dividends Working with batsmen: Being a champion bowler does not mean Kumble did not have any insight into batting He advised Ajinkya Rahane to modify his stance and gave confidence to Cheteshwar Pujara – who had been publicly pulled up by skipper Virat Kohli for his slow strike rate It was these two batsmen who turn around the series against Australia with their match-defining partnership in the second Test in Bangalore Always taking the aggressive option: During his playing days Kumble was often described as a spinner with a fast bowler’s temperament And he took this aggressive streak to his coaching stint as well Whenever faced with a dilemma he always went for the attacking option It bore fruit spectacularly in the decider against Australia in Dharamsala When skipper Kohli was ruled out instead of including a batsman Kumble gave a debut to chinaman bowler Kuldeep Yadav and the latter repaid the faith in spades with a match-turning spell Pitching it right: India is used to winning at home but there has always been a complaint that most of the victories came on tailor-made dust bowls Before Kumble took over South Africa — who had not lost an away series seemingly for ages – were vanquished on akharas Despite the series triumph it left a bitter taste in the mouth Kumble decided that India were good enough to prevail on proper wickets and proceeded to prove it in a long home season India won 10 out of the 13 Tests losing just one It gave India added credibility For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Shivani Naik | Updated: June 18 2017 10:26 am The 24-year-old Kidambi Srikanth beat Son Wan-Ho 21-15 14-21 24-22 in 72 minutes PTI Photo Top News There is much that is gloriously individualistic and fantastic about the tennis circuit that badminton players envy But the way shuttle is structured in typically herded environments of Asia a badminton tournament ends up resembling a team sport if you have a good crop of players from the same country One of India’s long-cherished dreams – after watching China enviously all these years – was an all-India Super Series final which happened last month in Singapore The other half of the dream is having its men’s singles players hunt like a pack in a tournament And coaches P Gopichand and Mulyo Handoyo are relishing this hound-trail Consider Day 1 at the Indonesian Premier Super Series: HS Prannoy sneaks into the main draw because he is there-and-thereabouts in rankings right on the brink Sai Praneeth who is fresh off two titles including the last Super Series in Singapore gets the first shy at World No 1 Son Wan Ho He goes down but no matter As the week progresses Prannoy finds pristine touch and takes out former World No 1s Lee Chong Wei in Round 2 and Olympic champ Chen Long in quarters He’s mine-swept the dynamite half of the draw even as Kidambi Srikanth neutralises another former World No 1 Jan O Jorgensen before putting his head down in two quiet clinical matches to go deep into the weekend from the bottom half of the draw Prannoy falls in semis but he’s cleaned up the field even as Srikanth goes into his biggest battle of the meet against current table-topper Son Wan Ho to ensure at least one Indian lined up for the final Saturday fulfilled that long-held fantasy of Indian badminton and Korean Son was the miserable victim as he realised if Sai Praneeth doesn’t get you K Srikanth will Swap and shuffle those names at different events and that script promises to be the future of Indian badminton in the coming years A skilled pack having tasted blood and hungry for titles off on a hunt That was Chinese folklore: if not Bao Chunlai then Chen Jin and if not him there’s always Lin Dan ready to move in for the kill Lots of talented Indians dangerously floating around the 32-man draw is what you get when you have four of them squirming restlessly and waiting to bound away in the Top 20 It helps that this is an outrageously talented bunch – Kashyap’s not done yet Ajay Jayaram is maxing his touch-play and then there’s Srikanth Prannoy Sai Praneeth and Sameer Verma who’ve now made three Super Series finals Semifinals day at Jakarta was as much about Srikanth’s audacious win over Son Wan Ho — a 72-minute thriller that ended 21-15 14-21 24-22 — as it was about the missed opportunity when Prannoy flubbed five match points in middle game against Kazumasa Sakai to go down 21-17 26-28 18-21 But just like the Singapore loss in final had sent Srikanth back to the drawing board to plot Final No 2 in successive Super Series Indonesia would have stoked the fire in Prannoy and made him hungrier for his maiden title All players have skipped tournaments licking wounds from losses spent hours away from the stadium lights and A/C vents of competitive venues chipping away at flaws and gaining stamina and returned with vengeance to perform in the limited tournaments that the coach is allowing them Systems are often credited success and this is no different but coaches don’t play on the court and it’s entirely down to the motivation of all individual players that’s ensured so many Indians in SS finals In this storm of success Srikanth is the most curious case It’s often joked – which Srikanth will turn up on the day On Saturday all three did The first version ‘Overlord of Offence’ pounced on the Korean’s rustiness and strung together a great attack in Game 1: there were the trademark flick net crosscourts and big smashes In Game 2 came the ‘Self-Destructor Srikanth’ who got into such a rush to gather winners in short rallies that he smashed straight into the net multiple times and from leading 13-10 gave away 7 points in errors to lose 21-14 It was in the decider that the champion material burst onto the court – he lived by the sword and while the errors crept in there was enough punch in the all-out attack to withstand a match-point by simply unleashing his crosscourt weapon to pull himself out of the corners “In the last point I was very lucky to pull off that tap retrieve I was 1 per cent luckier than him” he would say of a close game where his attack showed intent and fortune favoured the brave “It’s good to play a final in Indonesia which has one of the best crowds and is one of badminton’s biggest homes I had a bad injury after Olympics because I pushed hard in Japan and Korea which I shouldn’t have Once I came back taking the loss in India Open was painful But I pulled out of Malaysia and that one week training helped in Singapore I’m surprised to play back to back finals in Super Series events” he would say Yet it has been an abrasive week on those who’ve gone deep into the draw While two big matches ultimately felled Prannoy Son Wan Ho too spoke of diminishing strength “My stamina dropped in the third Srikanth’s attack was very good I was defending well but his defense too was strong I need to evaluate my stamina” the top-ranked Korean would say The fatigue will count when the Indian meets the unfancied Japanese qualifier Sakai “Sakai is steady and Srikanth is tough to read the first time someone plays him But it’ll depend on how well Srikanth recovers from today’s long match” coach Gopichand said The pack has set it up nicely for Srikanth He’ll have to go for the final kill – climb his own final ascent for a glorious individual title For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | Ahmedabad | Published: September 19 2013 2:47 am Related News Gujarat Parivartan Party chief Keshubhai Patels son-in-law Dr Mayur Desai was arrested on Wednesday after the car he was driving hit two employees of Info CityGandhinagar The incident took place near Karnavati Club The two injured were identified as Rohit Hasmukh Siddhpura (23) a native of Jamnagarand Hiral Hasmukh Thumar (29)a native of Rajkot The Vastrapur police said that Desaia gynecologistwas driving his Toyota carGJ 1 7777at an uncontrollable speed When his car reached near Karnavati ClubDesai suddenly applied brake The victims on a motorbikeGJ 1 BK 526were right in front of his car According to the policeRohit and Hiral suffered head injuries and are said to be in critical condition The police added that after the accidentDesai called up an ambulance and took them to Shalby hospital The Vastrapur police reached the spot and later arrested Desai Inspector M K Rana said?

Harmanpreet Kaur, That they remain rivals, What the article conveniently ignores,Chacha Nehru Bal Chikitsalay (CNBC) and Aruna Asaf Ali Hospital said their ambulance services were functioning.people can enjoy the morning or evening weather while working out, the official said For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Pritha Chatterjee | New Delhi | Published: July 11 2012 1:37 am Related News An RTI reply has revealed crippling shortage of state-run ambulances in Delhi andin some casesdrivers being sent on long holidays without replacements These revelations came just days before the Delhi High Court takes up a petition on Wednesdaybased on a Newsline report on a meningitis patientwho died after an eight-hour wait for an ambulance on May 28with two private hospitals and CATS failing to provide him a vehicle in time The RTI informationon how many ambulances were operating in May this yearrevealed that the Delhi administrations Centralised Accident and Trauma Services (CATS)which manages the government-run ambulances in the cityhas a fleet of 35 vehicles It says 31 of them were purchased before the 2010 Commonwealth Games For the recordCATS told the Delhi High Court in 2007 that it would increase its ambulance fleet to 450 by 2008 Four years ononly 50-odd vehicles (including CATS and those under government hospitals) are stationed in government hospitals across the city to ensure that an ambulance reaches a patient in minimum possible response time and basic treatment starts even before he or she is brought to a hospital The intention was goodbut the implementation hasnt been up to the markshows the RTI reply It reveals that 14 advanced life support ambulances in the fleet operate only on weekdays between 8 am and 4 pm Any call after 4 pm is reluctantly attended to?

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