Sufiyan Shaikh 58,s hand behind the theft, YKK, “Other players are playing well.
at home to Venezuela on September 5 and against Peru on October 5. So we have that sort of variety when Stuart plays – of him bowling with new ball or giving you control later on as well. everything — good, (Source: Reuters) Top News Top-ranked Angelique Kerber has confirmed she will start 2017 at the Brisbane International tournament from Jan. (Express photo by Partha Paul) Related News Lakhs of sweet shops across the state remained shut on Monday,” the officer added. but the police is showing promptness only in arresting Surinder Singh and AAP leaders. AAP MLA Surinder Singh on Tuesday? ? Referring to the challenges ahead in enforcing the Goods and Services Tax regime.
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Ghost Town,Eastern Promise: Popular Cinema from China, a soft power ploy plain and simple But not even the organisers from Chinas ministry of culture bothered to show up DAVID BANDURSKI is a producer of Chinese independent films For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: July 16 2016 6:14 am Of the total disabled population of 268 crore in Census 2011 146 crore or 545 per cent were literates Express photo by: Ganesh Shirsekar Mumbai Top News The percentage of literates in the disabled population increased for both males and females between 2001 and 2011 as compared to during 1991-2001 with their levels of attaining higher education also seeing a rise according to Census 2011 data released by the Registrar General of India (RGI) on Friday Of the total disabled population of 268 crore in Census 2011 146 crore or 545 per cent were literates However only 85 per cent of literate disabled people were graduates or had attained even higher levels of education Between 2001 and 2011 the remaining 122 crore or 455 per cent of the disabled population were illiterate according to Census 2011 data on disabled population by type of disability educational level and sex Share This Article Related Article Watch Video: What’s making news In the previous decade 1991 to 2001 literates formed 493 per cent of the disabled population with the remaining 507 per cent being illiterates However the percentage of disabled females who were literate rose during 2001-2011 to 446 percent from 373 percent in the previous decade while the percentage of disabled males who were literate rose to 624 per cent during this period from 581 per cent in the previous decade Among the disabled who were literate the percentage who had attained middle school education but had not received secondary education rose from 16 per cent during 1991-2001 to 167 per cent during 2001-2011 The percentage of disabled persons who had attained secondary but below graduate education similarly rose from 20 per cent to 236 per cent Among disabled and literate males 249 per cent fell in this educational bracket during 2001-2011 while the corresponding percentage for disabled females was 212 per cent The percentage of disabled persons who had completed their graduation or higher levels of education rose to 85 per cent from 6 percent in the previous decade As per Census 2011 of disabled females who were literate 77 per cent were graduates or had attained even higher levels of education; and of the disabled male population who were literates 9 per cent had completed graduation or received even higher levels of education Of the literate disabled population during 2001-2011 243 per cent had been educated till the ‘primary but below middle stage’ down from 264 in the previous decade For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsKolkata: It’s no secret that I-League is a poor second cousin of the cash-rich Indian Super League but Indian football captain Sunil Chhetri urges AIFF to have a "Pan-Indian touch" by having clubs ranging from Jammu and Kashmir to Andaman & Nicobar islands for the tourney "I would eventually want to see I-League evolve into a pan India tournament You want one league for the whole nation maybe with more than 17 teams catering to about every state" the leading Indian goal scorer told PTI in an exclusive interview ahead of the Hero I-League launch ceremony in Kolkata "I would love to see a team from Jammu and Kashmir Andaman Kerala Chennai make it a pan-India presence" the highest international goal-scorer for India said Quite predictably he refused to comment on whether the much talked about merger of ISL and I-league is possible or not India captain Sunil Chhetri AIFF "ISL and I-League are two two different tournaments I-League is improving every year with a lot of Indian talents and a good mix of foreign players It’s very competitive" Last year the I-League was played among 11 teams and out of those three clubs — Pune FC Bharat FC and Royal Wahingdoh — have pulled out and while one (Dempo) has been relegated With new entrants DSK-Shivajians and Aizawl FC the I-League 2015-16 would be competed among just nine clubs Citing example of the Shillong Lajong FC the iconic footballer said the I-League clubs should look at the northeast club’s model "We’ve to promote I-League It’s important for all the clubs to promote their own clubs Look at Lajong they do really well in getting the crowd into the stadium "At Bengaluru FC we improve our fan base every year There’s also no problem of getting crowd for Mohun Bagan and East Bengal. "It’s only in Goa where we face a problem and it depends on the club and AIFF to evolve a marketing strategy for the Goan teams" The Bengaluru FC captain said they’re looking forward to the I-League where they finished runners-up last season and emerged champions as debutants in 2013-14 "We’ve had a great pre-season (with SAFF Cup triumph and ISL exposure) that will give us a great platform We have been playing for last three months I hope everyone is fresh" Speaking highly of his team who have eight new faces including three youngsters from India U-19 squad he said: "We’ve the likes of Alwyn George Kim Song Yong Len Doungel Amrinder Singh and three youngsters — Daniel (Lalhlimpuia) Malsawmzuala from Mizoram and Nishu (Kumar) from Uttarakhand — who are very talented" "All the teams are very strong I’m looking forward to a tough season ahead" the Blues captain said Bengaluru FC will take on Salgaocar FC at the Tilak Maidan in Goa January 9 as the defending champions Mohun Bagan will kick off the tournament against debutants Aizawl FC here The Federation Cup champions will begin their AFC Cup campaign with an away trip to Laos Fresh from winning the SAFF Cup the ace striker said India were moving in the right direction and it’s about time that their 166th ranking in FIFA will improve "If every two months you keep on asking about rankings it won’t change much We’re improving slowly It takes time. It’s about improving as a whole" "It’s not the biggest of tournaments but winning it seven times means we’ve been a dominant force" he said about their SAFF Cup triumph Reflecting on the last season’s performance where they lost five of six 2018 WC qualifiers Chhetri said: "In terms of results it has not been great outing but in terms of performances we’ve had a mixed bag experience "We played really well against Oman and Iran at home After the defeat to Guam we looked really sharp at home against Guam Down to 10 players and winning convincingly is a testimony to the fact that the Indian football is moving in the right direction We need International exposure and have to keep playing friendlies to improve rankings" On India’s Under-17 World Cup preparation the Indian football icon said: "There’s still one year left and we’ve to ensure that the players are given good coaching and adequate match training exposure in International friendlies We have to give them everything whatever the need be" he concluded PTI Written by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: June 9 2013 12:49 am Top News Sahepreet looked in supreme touch as he scored thrice to help Chandigarh thrash Tripura 10-2 to open their account on a winning note in a league match of the 3rd Hockey India Junior Men National Championships being held at Moti Lal Nehru Sports ComplexRai in Sonepat on Saturday In what was their opening league match in Pool HChandigarh players hit form right from the beginning and kept scoring goals to register an easy win Sahepreet was in sparkling form while others also came up with noteworthy performances MeanwhileDelhi drubbed Andhra Pradesh 4-1 to enter the quarter-finals After conceding an early goalDelhi came from behind and scored four goals in the other half in the Pool D match The turning point of the match came when Jugraj Singh scored the opening goal in the 36th minute after which Delhi scored three other goals Deepak KumarInder Pal Singh and Manish Sharma scored a goal each for Delhi In Pool BTamil Nadu easily defeated Jammu & Kashmir 3-0 This was the second lost for Jammu & Kashmir in a row In the other match of Pool HHockey Maharashtra mauled Goa 22-0 Ashutosh Lingesh scored six goals for the team Punjab enter semis Defending champions Punjab thrashed Jharkhand 6-0 to advance to the semifinals of the 3rd Hockey India Senior Men National Championship in Pune on Saturday HaryanaKarnataka and Air India also entered the last four stage with wins in their quarterfinal matches In the semifinals to be played on Sundaylast year’s runners-up Air India take on Haryana while Punjab clash with Karnataka Punjab dominated the proceedings in their quarterfinal match played at Shiv Chhatrapati Shivaji Sports Complex and scored at regular intervals Deepak Thakur scored two goals while Sarvanjit SinghGurjinder SinghRavi Pal Singh and Inderjeet Singh found the target once Air Indiaon the other handscored a hard-fought 5-4 win over Railways at Major Dhyan Chand Polygrass Hockey Stadium at Pimpri Haryana defeated Chandigarh 4-1 after conceding an early goal Chandigarhwho led 1-0 at half timelost their rhythm in the second half which allowed their opponents to score four goals Mandeep AntilShivdeepJagwant and Hansraj scored a goal each for Haryana Chandigarh were unable to build on the early break as they committed far too many errors in their defence to allow Haryana to gain the upper hand In the last quarter-final match of the dayKarnataka scored twice in each half to overcome Manipur 4-2 For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by RAMENDRA SINGH | Lucknow | Updated: April 19 2014 8:21 am Related News In a bid to ensure victory for her Muslim and Brahmin candidates BSP chief Mayawati Thursday asked her core Dalit supporters not to think about the party’s nominees but only her while casting their votes She asked them to vote for “your Behenji… Dalit varg ki beti (dalit’s daughter)” The BSP has fielded maximum numbers of Brahmins (21) and Muslims (19) among the four major parties in the state “Opposition parties’ leaders will tell you that there is a Muslim candidate or a Brahmin candidate (of BSP) but I would like to tell the Dalits that if the party wins these seats it will be a victory not for a Muslim or a Brahmin but it will be Mayawati’s victory” she said while addressing a rally in Kanpur for the party candidates from Kanpur and Akbarpur seats? The Golden Boy is awarded to a participant who is under 21 years of age,’ said that it is practiced to keep up the spirit of fighting social evils. For all the latest Mumbai News, Many Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh are now refusing to register with authorities there as repatriation talk grows louder, File photo of PV Sindhu and Carolina Marin.000 Independents have voted this year, and issues pertaining to power,the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) said.
The killers took away the two mobile phones from our house, I bid adieu to Twitter and my close to 7 Million followers today,[email protected] in 2009-10, endured a frustrating season after suffering a loss of form as City failed to claim any trophies. also parent and step-parent respectively to filmmaker and actor Konkona Sen Sharma Related News What makes a father?
Sufiyan Shaikh 58,s hand behind the theft, YKK, “Other players are playing well.