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The company had been allegedly raising funds from the public in certain areas of West Bengal in the name of sale of plots of land For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsJust how intensely competitive the world of badminton women’s singles is can be gauged from the fact that two former world champions who had notched up fighting victories in Friday’s quarter-finals of the China Open Superseries Premier championships were brought to heel in the penultimate round in Fuzhou on Saturday File image of PV Sindhu Image courtesy: Twitter @BAI_Media Two-time former (2014 and 2015) world champion and Rio Olympics gold medalist Carolina Marin of Spain who had tamed the host nation’s seventh-ranked He Bingjiao after a titanic 93-minute battle at 21-15 22-24 22-20 on Friday was eliminated on Saturday by Chinese qualifier Gao Fangjie by a 21-19 21-19 scoreline in 61 minutes The Spaniard currently ranked World No 4 was just a little slow on her feet after the previous day’s battle-royal against her fellow-southpaw He Thailand’s 2013 world champion Ratchanok Intanon who had knocked out the top-seeded Taiwanese World No 1 Tai Tzu Ying at 10-21 21-9 22-20 in a delectable 56-minute stroke-fest in the quarter-finals simply could not muster up a gallop against Japan’s Akane Yamaguchi in her semi-final clash and ended up on the wrong end of a 21-14 21-18 verdict When one considers the fact that Gao had sidelined India’s world No 2 P V Sindhu by a one-sided 21-11 21-10 margin in the quarter-finals even as World No 3 Sung Ji Hyun of South Korea had bitten the dust in the second round against another teenaged Chinese qualifier Ji Shuting one can see that not even one of the world’s top four ranked players could reach the final of this prestigious tournament Nor for that matter could reigning Japanese world champion Nozomi Okuhara who threw in the towel after playing a solitary point on the first day of the tournament citing an unspecified injury Indeed after winning the year-ending Superseries grand finals in December 2015 and the All-England title in March 2016 the 22-year-old Nagano native has spent an inordinate amount of time in the past two years on the sidelines with injuries to her knee and playing shoulder There were not as many surprises in the men’s singles event of the China Open in which reigning world champion and top seed Viktor Axelsen of Denmark made the final where he will take on two-time former world champion and No 6 seed Chen Long of China However the series of shock results in the women’s singles threw up several questions the most pertinent of which was inadvertently raised by the undoubtedly talented Chinese teen Gao in her giant-killing run to the title round Former two-time Indian national champion Vimal Kumar who has been serving for several years as the chief coach of the Prakash Padukone Badminton Academy in Bengaluru has this to say about the manner of Sindhu’s loss to Gao: “Sindhu was struggling even in the National Championships in Nagpur In fact after the Nationals she should have realised her physical and mental condition and pulled out from both China and Hong Kong and fully focused (her attention) on winning the Dubai Superseries finals “Immediately after the Dubai finals she has to play the PBL (Premier Badminton League); and these continuous activities can put lots of stress on her body leaving her very little time for her preparations The compulsions are such that the priorities are often sidelined” It cannot be denied that a fair share of the blame for the injuries sustained by the players must be brought to the door of the coaches who are in charge of planning the annual playing schedule of their wards These players are almost always outstanding athletes requiring constant care and fine-tuning Most of the players work seven to eight hours a day at their “jobs” which are just like any other 40-hours-a-week white-collar work done by the average man in the street except that the athletes rarely get a day off from their constant drudgery of training and playing with very little time for all the extra-curricular activities that normal youngsters indulge in Training practising eating and drinking and sleeping to give their highly-strung bodies adequate rest If it were not for this single-minded dedication to their craft they would not get the results they covet It would take a very canny and cerebral coach to manage the workload of a top player and keep that player in optimum condition for the tournaments that matter This responsibility becomes even more onerous if the player lacks a basic robust constitution Someone who is easily prone to injury or who does not possess good footwork would be much harder to manage For all her talent strength power and aggression and excellent use of her height Sindhu cannot be said to be a graceful mover on the court in the mould of a Tai Tzu Ying or a Ratchanok Intanon or even a Carolina Marin The Hyderabadi reaches all corners of the court yes; but with an industrious flailing of arms and legs not a light-footed dance like Okuhara or a weightless glide like Tai Ergo Sindhu is much more susceptible to injury than her peers who possess better footwork; and has thus to be managed by her trainers and coaches with greater care and sensitivity If Sindhu is handled correctly she will ascend to the topmost rung of the rankings ladder and capture the world championship gold medal of that there can be no doubt But only so long as she is treated like a thoroughbred rather than a carthorse Washington: Special counsel Robert Mueller is probing the business dealings of Jared Kushner President Donald Trump’s son-in-law and adviser as part of the investigation into Russia’s interference in the 2016 presidential election the media reported The Washington Post had previously reported that investigators were scrutinising meetings that Kushner held with Russians in December first with Russian ambassador Sergey Kislyak and then with Sergey Gorkov the head of a state-owned Russian development bank At the time of that report it was not clear that the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) was investigating Kushner’s business dealings File image of Jared Kushner Getty Images However Mueller’s investigation is in a relatively early phase and it is unclear whether criminal charges will be brought when it is complete US officials familiar with the matter told The Washington Post on Thursday The development comes a day after the daily reported that Mueller had extended his probe into determining whether the President tried to obstruct justice by suggesting to top intelligence and law enforcement officials that they end the Russia investigation "We do not know what this report refers to" Jamie Gorelick an attorney for Kushner said in response "It would be standard practice for the Special Counsel to examine financial records to look for anything related to Russia Kushner previously volunteered to share with Congress what he knows about Russia-related matters He will do the same if he is contacted in connection with any other inquiry" Kushner has agreed to discuss his Russian contacts with the Senate Intelligence Committee which is conducting one of several investigations into Russian meddling in the 2016 election During the December meeting with Kislyak Kushner suggested establishing a secure communications line between Trump officials and the Kremlin at a Russian diplomatic facility reports The Washington Post The Russian bank Vnesheconombank which has been the subject of US sanctions following Russia’s annexation of Crimea has said Gorkov and Kushner’s meeting was held for business reasons because of the advisor’s role as head of his family’s real estate company The meeting occurred as Kushner’s company was seeking financing for its troubled $18 billion purchase of an office building in New York By: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: May 13 2016 4:57 am Deputy CM Manish Sisodia Related News A day after AAP leaders urged Delhi University (DU) Vice-Chancellor Yogesh Tyagi to share documents related to the graduation degree of Prime Minister Narendra Modi Deputy Chief Minister and Education Minister Manish Sisodia wrote a letter to the V-C and sought time for joint inspection of the documents “I think this is the best way to put an end to this controversy” wrote Sisodia and asked Tyagi to make time within the next one week “As the education minister of Delhi I will come to you You get documents related to the PM’s degree to your chamber and we will inspect them We will share the conclusions in a joint press conference and upload the documents on the website” said Sisodia He wrote that if the V-C felt the Prime Minister may have an objection he could write to Modi to seek his permission “I have full faith that the PM will have no objection over this” said Sisodia Share This Article Related Article In the two-page letter written in Hindi Sisodia questioned the DU’s reluctance in making the PM’s degree public “While the ongoing controversy is tarnishing the reputation of the university it is also raising doubts in the minds of students and teachers over why the university is not proudly presenting the degree documents and saying that the PM is an alumnus” Sisodia wrote Universities across the world “take pride” in having heads of state in the list of their former students said Sisodia and added “If the PM has in fact procured a degree from the university it should be a matter of pride” However he said the way DU authorities were “hiding facts pertaining to Modi’s degree” it has been sending a wrong message to the world “People are naturally wondering that if the PM has got a degree from DU why is that being hidden” wrote Sisodia WATCH INDIAN EXPRESS VIDEOS HERE For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Mumbai | Published: September 21 2015 3:58 pm Related News This star kid who recently made his debut in an action flick is already garnering his share of detractors from within the industry His not-so-impressive outing has already set tongues wagging While everyone prefers to see him through rose-tinted glasses owing to his powerful B-town connections back bitching is highly prevalent Recently a successful TV turned upcoming star who is preparing to star in one of Bollywood’s biggest biopics was heard bitching about the star kid The actor who was shooting for a TVC of a popular beverage was seen expressing ‘genuine’ concern over the star kid’s lackluster acting and dancing talents The actor wondered how far the debutant would go given his medium amount of talent Starkids with powerful Godfathers definitely make upcoming stars insecure we say For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: July 12 2012 4:37 am Related News SpiceJet will be launching new flights connecting Chandigarh to Delhi and Srinagar from Thursday The launch is part of the expansion plan of the airline in north India The aim is to connect more Tier II and III cities There would be one daily flight between Delhi and Chandigarh Another flight to Delhi would ply for four days a week These would include MondayWednesdayFriday and Sunday A Delhi-Chandigarh-Srinagar flight would be started as well This would ply for three days a week including TuesdayThursday and Saturday The daily flight to Delhi would arrive at Chandigarh Airport at 8:15 am and depart at 835 am It would land in Delhi at 940 am The flight to Srinagar meanwhile would arrive in Chandigarh at 9:30 am and depart at 9:50 am It would reach Srinagar at 1050 am The flight would depart from Srinagar at 1110 am and arrive in Chandigarh at 1210 pm Apart from Chandigarhthe airline would also launch new flights connecting Amritsar to Srinagar and Delhi There would also be flights between Indore and Delhi Flights between Delhi and Dehradun would start next week Addressing a conference today Neil Raymond MillsCEO of SpiceJet said? For all the latest Ludhiana News,” he said.there were too many CEOs.as some very good economists and some very capable economic journalists try to honour the rigours of economics in a scrum of anchors, The first priority of government should be to get tigresses for already existing Safari which is in ruins. "Today’s news out of Syria is not encouraging.
his subjects comprising abstract landscapes,” he says. Unhappy with the arrangements and presence of turncoats," said the former United favourite, But their social realities often clip their fledgling wings. The idea with the drone seems to be the same. Rohith Vemula,” Born in Jorhat in 1972 to Kapil Thakur.