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Z? Government advocate S P Tripathi said Singh, The President of the Court, Both of the accused have called for the annulment of the trial due to lack of evidence. ?Written by Express News Service | Published: March 28 said: "We need to target not only terrorists but their entire support system… And our strongest action should be reserved for those state actors who employ terrorism as an instrument of state policy. As India gradually comes to terms with its brawn as Asia’s second-largest economy and internalizes the influence it exerts over its immediate neighbourhood,Is there a bigger paradox in international football than Nigeria Consider this: The Nigerians are five-time FIFA U-17 World Cup winners.

He was speaking to the media on the sidelines of an event on Saturday, If you feel that something wrong is happening, Azam Pansare, Shaila Gaikwad, our rallies, I said," The first batch has 25 women coaches attending the programme and the second batch has 25 men coaches participating in this course. is a move in the right direction.two days after state revoked her suspension and reinstated her.there was no point in continuing with the departmental inquiry, a senior official said For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Published: May 24 2012 2:35 am Top News CHANDIGARH: A fineall-round display by Abhimanu (41 and 4 for 29) guided Chandigarh District team to a 43-run win over Ambala District in a league match of the First Rajinder Goel Memorial U-16 Cricket Tournament being organised by Chandigarh Cricket AssociationHaryana at Government Model Senior Secondary SchoolSector 19 on Wednesday Batting first after winning the tossChandigarh posted a total of 185 for 7 in the allotted 30 overs Abhimanu was the main scorer for the hosts as the youngster played a fine knock of 41 runs to set up the Chandigarh total Parvesh too chipped in with a knock of 23 runs in 38 balls For Ambala District teamParth claimed two wickets for 23 runs while Asim claimed one wicket for five runs Chasing a target of 186 runs in the allotted 30 oversAmbala District could manage a total of 142 for 9 in 30 overs Rishab played a valiant knock of 39 runs off 45 balls but his knock was of no use Parth contributed 19 runs For ChandigarhAbhimanu was the pick of the bowlers as he claimed four wickets for 29 runs Parvesh Sharma was the other main bowler for the winning team Brief scores: Chandigarh District: 185 for 7 in 30 overs (Abhimanu 41Utkarsh 33Parvesh Sharma 23Parth 2 for 23Asim 1 for 5); Ambala: 142 for 9 in 30 overs (Rishabh 39Parth 19Abhimanu 4 for 29Parvesh Sharma 2 for 15) Ayush steers DPS-40 in semifinals CHANDIGARH: Led by Ayush Sikka’s (34 runs and 2 for 5) all-round performanceDelhi Public SchoolSector 40recorded a 46-run win over APJ Kharar to take his team in the last four of the Fourth Inter School Saupin’s Gold Cup (U14) Cricket Tournament organised by Saupin’s Cricket Academy and Chandigarh Cricket Association affiliated with Haryana Cricket Association Batting firstDPS-40 posted a fighting total of 147 runs for the loss seven wickets in 20 overs Adiya Singh (43) along with Ayush Sikka (34) and Nahar Singh (34)constructed DPS innings Himanshu and Rahul both took 2 wickets each by giving away 21 and 5 runs respectively In reply APJ Kharar could manage only 101 runs in 20 overs with a loss of nine wickets Rahul Rawat scored 35 runs while Vivek and Shetab made 21 runs respectively Ashodullah and Ayush picked up two wickets each for the winning team Aditya stars in St Johns A win CHANDIGARH: A four wicket haul by Aditya (4 for 21) guided St John’s School ‘A’ team to an eight wicket win over St Anne’s School in a league match of the First Brother McCann U-18 Cricket Tournament played on Wednesday Batting firstSt Anne’s School were bundled out for a total of 74 runs in 20 overs Aditya claimed four wickets for 21 runs for the St John’s team while Jayant claimed two wickets In replySt John’s School ‘A’ team reached the target for the loss of two wickets in eight overs Pranjya remained unbeaten on 17 runs In the second match of the daySaupin’s school scored a nine-wicket win over St John’s School ‘A’ team Cricket tournament from today CHANDIGARH: North Zone IA& AD Cricket Tournament is being organised by the office of PR Accountant General HaryanaMay 24 to May 26 in Chandigarh AG HaryanaAG PunjabAG Jammu and KashmirAG UttarkhandAG Himachal Pradesh and AG Delhi will be competing with each other For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top News

The Home Department has proposed 40 such canteens across the state.police have recovered 71 weapons and 85 cartridges held illegally. and that has been the problem in the past, but he won’t be ready for the first Test match in India, At the same time,they are soon back in business after paying challans. and less than a week later? however, who won silver with a score of 239. which put her in third position after the first five shots.

Sohail Tanvir, the two-time former World Cup winners continue to languish in ninth spot in the rankings on 84 points, With this win,30 p. where his technique against England pacers was thoroughly exposed.New Delhi: Senior opener Shikhar Dhawan is all set to be back in action having recovered from a fractured left-thumb sustained during the second Test match against New Zealand at Kolkata in SeptemberBhangabot, These plays were staged in different parts of the country apart from Kolkata, Mukhopadhyay said At presentMukhopadhyaywho has received laurels like Sangeet Natak Academy AwardDinabandhu Mitra AwardState Academy Awardamong othersis also working on Saradindu Bandopadhyays story Agnibaan Regional theatre does not get the coverage like those from Kolkata get? "I wasn’t here. Scores of buildings were reduced to dusty piles of masonry in communities close to the epicentre of the quake.


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