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are few of my favourite films. “We may not have a nine-member panel…it is too large, who is still waiting to hear whether he will get the England job full time,India Today/Copenhagen Tomorrow, For all the latest Entertainment News, We will take up this issue with the Bihar government, Choudhary,mostly in demand are the traditional Govinda ala re songs, said DJ Nitesh Panchalwho gets paid Rs 16000 to 18000 depending on the organizing committees budget for playing from 9am to 9pm For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: October 24 2012 12:30 am Related News In a typical Bollywood masala film mouldDaniel Lalhlimpuia netted the decisive goal in the dying minutes of the match as his heroics helped Chandigarh Football Academy beat Dalbir Football Academy of Patiala 1-0 and lift the glittering trophy at the end of the Administrator’s Challenge Cup All India football tournament (boys Under-17) at the Sector 17 Football Stadium Until the 86th minuteunder overcast conditions and slight chill in the airCFA despite being the dominant side failed to breach the Dalbir Academy defence and it was Danieltop scorer of the tournament with 19 goalswho once again came to the team’s rescue Newbie Dalbir Academy did very well at guarding their goal and kept a good check on Daniel and Samuel Right from the beginningit was the CFA team who pressed hard and had the maximum possession of the ball After tested by Gorkha Training Centre of Sikkim in the semi-final encounterDalbir Academywho entered the final after some giant-killing performancesheld the fort Looking off colour in the finalDaniel did get few chances that he failed to convert AZ Lalramzauvalike alwayskept the ball moving with some intelligent passing and Samuelusing his small stridesshowed good understanding with other players The decisions from referees continued to haunt the teams as CFA had two clear penalties but were turned down With the time ticking and Dalbir Academy defenders breathing down their neckthe Chandigarh players failed to keep possession of the ball Dalbir Academy playerson the other handhad handful of chances alsoas their forwards lunged to the balls whenever the opportunity came their way Finishing remained a big worry for both the team For the fifth match in a rowArshdeepstanding as the last line of defencekept a clean sheet though he was hardly tested by any team It also did not help the Chandigarh team that despite keeping the possession of the ball for most part of the matchthey never looked threatening in front of the goal Even a single mistake by their player in making judgement whom to pass the ball and they had to orchestrate the move all over again Dalbir Academy had only one game plan: clear the ball in the danger area and go the aerial way if they cannot counter the free-flowing game plan of the Chandigarh team It worked till the half-time and then they almost succeeded in taking the match to the extra time when Daniel struck Glancing inside the danger areaDaniel took the ball on his chest from a free kick from Samuel and then blasted the ball past the diving Dalbir Academy keeper The deadlock had been broken and the players knew it was the winning goal “It was a matter of scoring the opening goal Had we been able to score in the first halfwe could have killed the match there and then But due to that elusive goalthe match was stretched for so long I am happy the spectators got to watch a thrilling final match I am happy with the result and it was a good effort from our player Scoring about 60 goals and keeping a clean sheet is a tremendous effort” shared CFA coach Harjinder Singh Meanwhilein the match for third placeMahilpur Football Academy thrashed Gorkha Taining CentreShillong 3-1 Manpartap SinghGurpinder Singh and Dimple Bhagat were the scorers for Mahilpur Academy while Robert Metei reduced the margin for the Sikkim team The CFA team lifted the glittering trophy and won Rs 200000 while Dalbir Academy won Rs 100000 and the runners-up trophy For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Aranya Shankar | New Delhi | Published: June 21 2016 3:43 am Top News Most people coming to Delhi/NCR for medical treatment are men middle-aged and predominantly from the Middle East and Africa according to a survey conducted by two faculty members and students of DU’s Dyal Singh (Evening) College Poonam Gupta and Bhawna Pandey who led a team of students in conducting the survey collected the data through a questionnaire from 100 patients from 22 nations visiting 16 big hospitals in Delhi — including chains of Max Hospital Apollo Fortis and Medanta Share This Article Related Article The survey found most of the patients were being treated at Max Hospital followed by Apollo and Fortis hospitals Of the 100 patients 40 per cent belonged to the age group of 31-40 years and 29 per cent fell in the age group of 41-50 years Fifteen per cent respondents belonged to the age group of 21-30 years The sample survey also showed that 76 per cent of the patients were men and 24 per cent women In terms of countries the study concludes that “most medical patients come from the Middle East Africa and South Asia where high quality procedures may not be available” As to why they came to India for treatment 91 per cent respondents said it was because of the low cost of medical procedures 87 per cent said the cost of travel and accommodation was a factor and 64 per cent said the quality of medical procedures was a factor The survey also said the two major issues faced by foreign patients are “arrangement of interpreters” and “problems in obtaining visa” For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Mumbai | Updated: February 10 2017 11:19 am Mumbai BJP chief Ashish Shelar (File Photo) Related News Mumbai BJP president Ashish Shelar today said his party is ‘positive’ about an alliance with ally Shiv Sena ahead of the upcoming local bodies polls including the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) The poll dates are likely to be announced later today “We are positive on the issue of an alliance with Shiv Sena” Shelar told reporters outside Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis’ official residence ‘Varsha’ in south Mumbai Watch What Else Is Making News The talks will begin today said Shelar who along with Maharashtra BJP president Raosaheb Danve met Fadnavis “We won’t get into the numbers game (of seat-sharing) publicly We will invite the Sena for talks” he said “What is more important is to ensure a transparent administration in Mumbai” Shelar said “Sena president Uddhav Thackeray had publicly spoken about an alliance for the upcoming civic polls Accordingly talks with Sena will begin from today” he said Notably Uddhav had recently said he would pay his next visit to the BMC headquarters in March “after Shiv Sena elects its new mayor” Uddhav had made the remark in the presence of Fadnavis at an event where a portrait of renowned social reformer Prabodhankar Thackeray Uddhav’s grandfather was inaugurated in the corporation hall of the BMC “I have come at a time when the five-year term is coming to an end I will come again in March after the Sena elects its new mayor” Uddhav had said as Sena activists raised slogans welcoming his statements For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: February 21 2017 5:52 pm India women edged South Africa women in the World Cup Qualifiers final in Sri Lanka (Source: ICC) Top News India women beat South Africa by a solitary wicket and needed the last ball of the 50 overs to clinch the victory over South Africa in the final of the Women’s World Cup Thanks to Harmanpreet Kaur’s six and a double in the last over the Indian women took home the win after needing nine runs from the final over Both India and South Africa were alreadyassured of places in the ICC Women’s World Cup 2017 with a round to go in the Super Sixstage of the tournament India to exemplify their win have remained unbeaten throughout the tournament while South Africa have lost only once – to India In the final South Africa batting first scored 244 when batting first with India grabbing the winthanks to Kaur’s heroics in the end to not be phased by pressure For South Africa there was no outright high run scorer with everyone chipping in with scores in 30’s and 40’s but it was M du Preez top-scoring with 40 runs from 72 balls Rajeshwari Gayakwad picked up three wickets for India to finish with 3/51 from 9 overs Shikha Pandey took two wickets In reply Mona Meshram scored a half century at the top of the order (59 runs from 82 balls) with Deepti Sharma top scoring with 71runs from 89 balls At one stage India looked to be cruising to victory with 209/4 after 43 overs But then India lost four wickets in the matter of 14 runs from two overs to throw away the advantage and draw unnecessary pressure at the death However Harmanpreet persisted in the final over despite Poonam Yadav fallinglate on But it was the six over deep midwicket on the fifth ball of the over and then a double on the last ball that sealed the deal The celebrations said how much it meant to the team with Kaur hoisting her bat up in the air and then went on to hug her teammates in delirious celebrations Sri Lanka and Pakistan are the other teams to have qualified from this tournament to join Australia England New Zealand and the West Indies for the World Cup For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Published: May 6 2017 3:42 pm Axar Patel picked up three wickets against RCB Top News With the 19-run win over Royal Challengers Bangalore Glenn Maxwell-led Kings XI Punjab kept their hopes of qualifying for a play-off spot alive In a low scoring game Kings XI managed to hold the star-studded RCB for 119 and registered their fifth victory of the season Kings XI Punjab all-rounder Axar Patel who picked up three wickets on the night says that his side’s 19-run win over Royal Challengers Bangalore was a huge confidence booster and they would look to carry on the momentum in the coming matches of the IPL “It was a huge confidence booster Even in the last game we bowled well and restricted the side for 68 Now again we kept them to a low total Themomentum is with us now and it will show more in the comingmatches” said Axar It was yet another clinical performance by Punjab bowlers as they made the full use of the slow wicket at the Chinnaswamy Stadium? ?

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