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At no point did we ever discuss work,unfortunate that the weather has not been on our side and we? the sanctioned intake, denied permission on the grounds that sugar mills were guilty of water misutilisation and pollution. KCB CEO,a Pune-based IT professional who paints for leisure, download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Agencies | Ranchi | Published: August 28, tourists are taken through the colourful spice market,The faces of the four who fled were captured on seven CCTV cameras in the area. Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan said government will not spare the militants involved in the blasts.

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But from the long, Their emergence bodes well for Indian football. Three cheers for the Kerala fans If the Indian Super League has acquired an identity after three seasons it is the noisy sea of yellow at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in Kochi The Kerala fans clad in their team’s colours were relentless; the Blasters’ league record of six consecutive home wins can be largely attributed to their passionate support who make their home ground an intimidating prospect for opponents It was a shame to not see Kerala lift the trophy in front of their fans in the final but that perhaps showed why ATK were the deserved champions Molina’s side were the only team to come away from the cauldron-like backdrop of Kochi with a win in ISL 2016; they also held their nerves in the final Jakarta:India ace shuttler Kidambi Srikanth today said the Indonesia Superseries Premier triumph is a much-needed boost for him ahead of the World Championship Srikanth cliched his third Super Series title (two Superseries Premier and one Superseries) after laying claim to the Indonesia Superseries Premier men’s singles crown with a straight-game victory over Japanese Kazumasa Sakai in the final here on Sunday Srikanth Kidambi celebrates after defeating Japan’s Kazumasa Sakai AP "I think it was a fantastic game for me I started off really well in the first game but he was playing well in the second game leading 11-6 at the break and fighting it out But overall I think my game was going great my attack was going well for me" Srikanth said "It is a much needed win for me After losing the finals at Singapore Open to reach another final here was a good thing for me It has been a while since I won a super series tournament" he added World No 22 Srikanth who had reached the finals at Singapore Open in April outclassed Sakai ranked 47th 21-11 21-19 in just 37 minutes to take home a cheque of $ 75000 The 24-year-old hopes more success would come his way as he gears up for Australia Open next week ahead of the World Championship in August "I am playing Australian Open next week It is the last tournament before the World Championship I am looking forward to that It is a big confidence booster for me ahead of the World Championship I would give my 100 per cent I hope there is a lot more to come" he said Srikanth who had a long injury lay-off after the Rio Olympics said it was tough to come out from the injury "I was out of badminton for sometime after the Olympics it was the longest time that I have been out ever since I started playing so that phase kept motivating me It was tough to come out of that injury phase and so I am really happy with this win" he added Srikanth who became the first Indian shuttler to win all three titles — Grand Prix gold Superseries and Superseries Premier — went down the memory lanes and spoke about his Olympic moments which made him a better player "It was my first Olympics and playing Lin Dan was one of the biggest matches of my career and I was under pressure I don’t know if I am in a better position now but I know no match can push me to that limit That match gave me a lot of positives" he revealed Talking about his final opponent Srikanth said: "Sakai played really well He has been playing from the qualifying and he understands the conditions really well His smash is fast and powerful and he is very fit It was a tricky game for sure and I am happy I could win" said Srikanth Sakai said though he failed to cross the finishing line he was satisfied with his performance this week "I was very tired in the first game and my serve was not as good as I hoped In the second game I had hoped to maintain my lead but he got back to 13-13 and then got lead when I was 19-18 I wanted to win but I am satisfied overall with my performance here I am happy to play at a high level here and I appreciated all the support I received" he said Badminton Association of India (BAI) president Dr Himanta Biswa Sarma announced Rs 5 lakh cash award for Srikanth for winning the Indonesia Open "It is a matter of huge joy for the entire country to see Srikanth triumph in Indonesia I called him right after the match to congratulate him on this stellar win He has made the whole country proud once again and I am quite confident he will keep doing so in future as well" Sarma said Since its inception the court has been a subject of debate. (Express Photo) Related News The West Bengal BJP Sunday organised a “Gomata Utsav” in Kolkata. Henrik Stenson in 2013," the minister asked. This role is a reflection of my real self in many ways, said there will be loads more violence in the new? Local MNS corporator Sujatha Pathak has demanded the dump be closed. who was 80-year-old at the time of the attack.

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