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73, Considering that Palande turned to Vora for help in such a situation indicates that they were very closely connected, said Additional Commissioner of Police (Crime) Deven Bharti Vora has been booked under sections 224 (resistance or obstruction by a person to his lawful apprehension)225 (resistance or obstruction to lawful apprehension of another personand 34 (acts done by several persons in furtherance of common intention) of the Indian Penal Code He was produced before the Esplanade Courtwhere he was remanded to police custody till April 27 HoweverVoras advocate Rajendra Sironkar argued that Vora knew Palande as Karan Sood and had no idea of his criminal background According to the Crime Branchsoon after escaping from the police vehiclePalande got in touch with Vora and asked him to meet near Marine Lines station The two then allegedly met as planned at Marine Linesand at around 9 pmthey went to Hotel Godwin in Colabawhere Vora had booked a room Once at the hotelPalande rested and changed into new clothes which Vora had paid for The two then parted waysand Palande was arrested shortly after For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsAhmedabad | Published: March 11 2014 5:22 am About 20 people from Dalit community sustained injuries Three of them are said to be in critical condition Express Related News The Sabarkantha police have arrested eight persons for allegedly attacking a wedding procession of Dalits The upper caste community of the village was against the Dalit family following the tradition of riding horseback in the wedding ceremony The arrests were made on Saturday According to the police on March 6 Harshad Solanki a resident of Tejpuri village in Himmatnagar taluka Sabarkantha district was returning with his bride after marriage when the procession following him was attacked by people belonging to the upper caste They pelted stones and attacked them with sharp weapons injuring at least two dozen people including children and women Kodar Solanki uncle of Harshad lodged an FIR stating that upper caste residents of the village had threatened not to follow the tradition of riding horseback Fearing a clash the groom Harshad who is a police constable posted in Himmatnagar sought police protection for the occasion “We were apprehensive of this attack but nothing happened on the day of wedding and we followed the tradition But when we were getting back after the marriage we were attacked by a group of 30 to 40 people We had followed the other route to enter our village However we couldn’t avoid the clash” said Alpesh Solanki cousin of the groom About 20 people from Dalit community sustained injuries Three of them are said to be in critical condition Sabarkantha District Collector Banchhanidhi Pani told The Indian Express that the situation in the village is under control and the administration is taking care of the victims “We have assured them the expense of their treatment will be born by the district authority Since Dalit family are apprehensive of losing their jobs in the aftermath of this incident we have also assured them of giving jobs under MNREGA among others” Pani said Tajpuri houses about 30 Dalit families who are farm labourers They are dependent on upper caste community who possess most of the farm lands According to Alpesh the upper caste people would not give them any employment now and Dalits will be ostracised for taking out the procession and going to police to lodge the complaint For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsOld Trafford: Manchester United’s 35-year-old midfielder Michael Carrick is focused on getting through one year at a time and believes that he can play into his late thirties like former team mates Ryan Giggs and Paul Scholes Carrick who has made over 450 appearances for United since joining in 2006 signed a one-year contract extension in May and the 2017-18 Premier League campaign will mark Carrick’s 12th season at the club where he has won five league titles "I haven’t got an age in mind really I need to just take it year by year" Carrick told Sky Sports File image of Michael Carrick Reuters "I said that last year I said it the year before and I’ll say it again next year too" United veterans Giggs and Scholes made 963 and 716 appearances for the team respectively and Carrick believes he has learnt from them to increase longevity in the game "I’ve learnt a lot off of Giggsy and the likes of Scholes I’ve been lucky enough to see that up close and I’ve taken things from that and tried to learn from it "It might take me as long as Giggsy but I’m not too sure" Carrick said that United can improve on last season’s sixth-placed league finish and challenge for the Champions League trophy next season "We’re looking up and we’re looking to achieve something this year and win more trophies" the Briton added "A club like Manchester United needs to be in the Champions League and challenging for that trophy You want to be playing at the top and challenging the best teams" United will face Major League Soccer side Los Angeles Galaxy in their first pre-season fixture on 16 July Indian football was still in celebratory mode after a rare win over a higher-ranked team in Puerto Rico when news streamed in that coach Stephen Constantine might not get a contract extension The Blue Tigers dished out one of their most efficient performance in recent memory during the 4-1 rout of the Puerto Ricans on 3 September in Mumbai India’s win over the Caribbean nation was their ninth from the last eleven games – a sort of run that points to an upturn in the fortunes of the side Stephen Constantine BBC But reports surfaced on Thursday that the All India Football Federation (AIFF) may not be too keen to extend Constantine’s contract The urgency of the situation is highlighted further because his contract runs out in February a month before the Asian Cup qualifiers begin According to a report in Hindustan Times some members of the AIFF technical committee are bemused by Constantine’s constant chopping and changing of the side and deem it to be unnecessary India finished at the bottom of their World Cup qualifying group despite being seeded third in the same Twin defeats to Turkmenistan and a loss to lowly Guam not just hampered India’s Fifa ranking but also meant that the Blue Tigers face a longer and a tougher route to qualify for the Asian Cup However India’s performances since the Saff Cup in December 2015 – which India won – have been improving and Constantine has managed to select a much more settled starting eleven He has also stuck to a group of young players that he feels can take India forward in the future "In my tenure 30 players have made their international debuts We now have a pool of players where I have a problem of picking the left back right back or the stoppers That is a good thing to have that competition" the Englishman had said at the post-match press conference after the Puerto Rico game Gurpreet Singh Sandhu who captained the Indian side againstPuerto Rico suggested that a healthy competition for places ensures that the players in the starting line-up don’t take their place for granted and maintain a level of performance "Under Constantine no one has a guaranteed place There is back-up for every playing position and we all know we cannot take our position for granted" Sandhu told IANS in a telephonic interview Citing the example of Jackichand Singh who excelled on the right channel of India’s attacking third in a 4-3-3 formation Sandhu added: "He was not a regular not long ago Now whenever he is given a chance he gives his all "That is the case with all of us We are always on our toes One mistake and we know we could be relegated to the bench" he added Constantine has always talked up the need for a long-term plan for Indian football and an average age of around 25 for the Indian team suggests the coach has started to implement his plan He feels the current group of players can serve the Indian team for the next 6-7 years Even though many of the recent positive results have come against weaker opposition the Indian team is taking shape for next year’s qualifiers The players have developed an understanding with the coach and are slowly starting to play his way So if Constantine is replaced just a month before the Asian Cup qualifiers it will serve as a huge setbackin preparations for the tournament His replacementwill need time to assess the squad and impose his style of play on the players This may very well come at a cost of an appearance in the 2019 Asian Cup as the squad may struggle to incorporate the changes under new management so close to such a big tournament According to the Hindustan Times report the AIFF is looking at an I-League winning coach It takes little to connect the dots and understand that the national football body is looking at former Bengaluru FC coach Ashley Westwood to take over from Constantine Westwood would be a great choice as a manager for the national team considering what he achieved at Bengaluru FC His style of promoting young players is also in synchronisation with Constantine But the big question remains whether he will be able to take charge straight away and manage to produce the results Every manager is different in his own ways and both the manager and the players need time to adjust There could be a possibility that Westwood would prefer a different set of players than Constantine and thus everythingwould have to begin from the scratch That would mean India would have wasted the little yet significant amount of good work done under Constantine and also perhaps lose out on a place in the 2019 Asian Cup Another battle which Constantine has been fighting was against the bureaucracy and politics in Indian football The 53-year-oldhas been vocal about his displeasure on various issues from the cancellation of the training camp ahead of the second season of the Indian Super League to the disallowance of including Indian players of foreign origin in the Indian football team His constant opposing statements may also be a reason as to why the AIFF may look elsewhere The failure to send the Indian team on a tour of the USA also didn’t go down too well with the current Indian coach as he called the unofficial friendly arranged in place of the USA tour as ‘having something than not do anything’ at the recent press conference ahead of the Puerto Rico game Moreover India’s domestic football structure pretty much lies in tatters at the moment with huge question marks about the future of the I-League and talks of a unified league not making any headway Although he felt that talks of the unified league were encouraging signs for Indian football Constantine didn’t hesitate in revealing the disparity in the fitness levels of players while playing in their respective clubs as compared to what’s required at the international level Sunil Chhetri who’s among the senior-most players in the Indian side also shed light on the gulf between the training methods and fitness regimes at certain clubs in India and that required at the national team camp "I think there will be no disparity if all the clubs have the knowledge which the national team has or know how the national team is dealt Not just the coaching but the nutrition the food the sleep everything If we (national team) and more clubs are in synchronisation it will be great We are getting there but it’s something that we are lacking at the moment" Chhetri had said at the press conference before the Puerto Rico game Westwood who if reports are to be believed is the likely candidate to take over the job if Constantine’s contract is not renewed was a part of one of the most professional setups in Indian football till date Constantine’s complaints and India’s low Fifa rankings for decades suggest that the Indian football team is anything but a bed of roses Moreover if Westwood does take over it would be interesting to witness how he deals with all these issues without hampering the growth of the national team The former Manchester United youth academy player has a history of losing his cool and was also alleged of racism towards an East Bengal official although there are little doubts over his ability as a coach It is his availability that’s tempting AIFF to perhaps jump the gun But they must realise that football development is a process and it can’t be completed overnight While Westwood remains a great managerial candidate for the Indian football team the timing might not be the best for Indian football to incorporate the change No one can guarantee success neither Constantine nor Westwood But the sensible move right now would be to continue the process under Constantine which is just beginning to show some promise London: Roger Federer showed that you need more in your arsenal than a bullet serve if you want to seriously trouble the grasscourt masters these days as he snuffed out the threat of Sam Groth in four sets at Wimbledon on Saturday Federer’s Australian opponent holds the record for the fastest ever delivery in tennis and regularly launched 140mph missiles but only briefly threatened the Swiss’s serene progress to the fourth round and eventually succumbed 6-4 6-4 6-7(5) 6-2 Roger Federer celebrates after beating Sam Groth Reuters Groth briefly slowed Federer’s bid for a record eighth Wimbledon title by holding serve throughout the third set and forcing a tiebreak that he clinched when the second seed misjudged a forehand at set point Yet Federer was in no mood to let his stranglehold slip and broke for a 2-0 lead in the fourth and then again to close out the match The imposing figure of Groth rekindles memories of the dominant figures at Wimbledon in the 1990s when a sledgehammer serve could propel you into the latter stages at the All England Club Nowadays however the pinnacle of the men’s game is populated with more refined talents and none more so than Federer whose bid for an 18th grand slam title looks compelling on the evidence of Wimbledon’s opening week He scythed through the first two sets against Groth breaking once in both and even out-aced the Australian 6-3 in the second Groth whose fastest delivery of 147 mph fell just short of Taylor Dent’s 2010 Wimbledon record of 148 held his nerve throughout the third but his inability to lay a glove on the Federer serve proved his ultimate downfall in the match He could not engineer a single break point throughout the two hour 16 minute contest and was put to the sword when Federer fired a rasping return on match point that dipped into Groth’s shoelaces as he charged to the net "I am very happy It has been a hot week the first week but thankfully I have had easy matches going through without too many long four or five setters" said Federer who now faces 20th-seeded Spaniard Roberto Bautista Agut "Now we are looking ahead and there are only big matches" Reuters By: AP | Madrid | Published: December 21 2016 9:55 am Diego Simeone’s Atletico Madrid cruised into the Copa del Rey Round of 16 with the win (Source: Reuters) Top News Atletico Madrid cruised into the round of 16 of the Copa del Rey by defeating third-division Guijuelo 4-1 on Tuesday for a 10-1 win on aggregate Atletico secured the victory in its final match of 2016 with first-half goals by Nicolas Gaitan Angel Correa Juanfran Torres and Fernando Torres “It was important to win our last game of the year here in our stadium” Atletico defender Stefan Savic said “It’s always important to win and hopefully we will keep this momentum going into next year” Antonio Pino scored a consolation goal in the 80th minute for Guijuelo which played a man down from the 33rd minute after defender Raul Luiz was shown a second yellow card at the Vicente Calderon Stadium The second half included an incredible miss by Fernando Torres who was just a few paces from the goal line when he tried to fire home in the 63rd minute The city of Guijuelo in northwestern Spain is known for the high quality of its ham and the team’s players had the picture of a huge ham leg on the front of their jerseys on Tuesday Atletico has struggled this season and is only sixth in the Spanish league going into the winter break nine points behind leader Real Madrid which has a game in hand The round of 16 of the Copa del Rey will begin in the first week of January ELSEWHERE Malaga became the first top-flight team to be eliminated after a 4-3 home loss to second-division club Cordoba going out 6-3 on aggregate Real Sociedad drew 1-1 with second-division team Valladolid to advance 4-2 on aggregate while Villarreal beat third-division Toledo 4-1 over two legs after a 1-1 draw at home with Brazilian striker Alexandre Pato scoring Villarreal’s goal Las Palmas beat second-tier Huesca 2-1 advancing with a 4-3 win on aggregate Barcelona will be without Lionel Messi Luis Suarez and Neymar – who were given time off to rest – when it hosts third-division Hercules on Wednesday The teams drew 1-1 in the first leg For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Adil Akhzer | Chandigarh | Published: June 12 2016 5:33 am The Red Cross Society which has nine ambulances and four funeral vans and operates at PGI and other areas said they usually transport bodies in ambulance vans Top News The city’s government hospitals and the health department lack a hearse van that could be used to ferry bodies from the hospital to locations within the city and outside At present ambulances and funeral vans ferry the bodies from hospitals Officials from the city’s three main hospitals Government Multi Specialty Hospital Sector 16 Government Medical College and Hospital and PGI confirmed to Chandigarh Newsline that none of them have a hearse van — which is equipped with freezer to prevent decomposition of body The Red Cross Society which has nine ambulances and four funeral vans and operates at PGI and other areas said they usually transport bodies in ambulance vans “The funeral vans are without AC and we usually operate in city premises only” said Sushil Kumar who handles transport in the Red Cross Society He said none of the van was equipped with freezer Share This Article Related Article He added that when there is a requirement to send bodies to a far-off locations “AC tempo travelers are used” Ashwani Khanna who is associated with Red Cross and Panchkula-based Sewak Dal Trust said “There is often a need to transport the body outside the city and it(hearse) van will help” he said “The health department doesn’t have a hearse van and there is no plan to purchase one” said Dr Vanita Gupta director health services Chandigarh Prof Atul Sachdev director-principal GMCH said the hospital administrator was planning to purchase one in the future At PGI officials said a hearse van available but it is used for its ‘own purpose’ “Why would an ailing person prefer to travel in a van that ferries lifeless persons” said Prof Dr Adarsh Kohli department of psychiatry PGI For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Sanjeev Verma | Chandigarh | Published: May 24 2016 12:13 pm Related News Finding the probe conducted by Haryana police against BJP MP from Tonk-Sawai Madhopur in Rajasthan Sukhbir Jaunapuria for allegedly assaulting a Gurgaon advocate to withdraw cases against him as “perfunctory” and “not upto the mark” the Punjab and Haryana High Court Monday transferred the case to Haryana Crime Branch to be probed under direct supervision of Additional Director General of Police (Crime) Shatrujeet Singh Kapur Previously an MLA from Sohna constituency in Gurgaon Jaunapuria was also the Managing Director of SS Group of Companies which is into real estate business in Gurgaon Share This Article Related Article Justice Jaspal Singh while disposing of the petition last week filed by Gurgaon advocate Ramanand Yadav observed “Since respondent no5 (Jaunapuria) is alleged to have exercised his influence being a MP who is otherwise facing a large number of other criminal cases this Court is of the considered view that investigation being conducted by SIT is not upto the mark”The judge ordered the crime branch to get the matter probed afresh “by a senior responsible officer to be nominated by the Additional Director General of Police (Crime) Haryana under his direct supervision” Granting a period of nine months to the Crime branch to complete the probe the court directed the SIT to hand over the entire case record to the Crime branch within 15 days On May 16 2015 on the basis of a complaint filed by advocate Yadav an FIR was registered against Jaunapuria and others in Gurgaon for assault and other charges The petitioner had alleged that when he and his son were going to Gurgaon court in their vehicle a jeep had blocked their way Around eight persons alighted from the vehicle with sticks and rods in their hands had “threatened that the cases filed against Jaunapuria should be withdrawn otherwise they would be killed” Thereafter the petition said they were attacked For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Jagdeep Singh Deep | Mohali | Updated: May 26 2016 10:42 am Top News Four private schools in Mohali were the worst performers in the state’s Class X Board examination results declared on Tuesday All four schools in the dream district of Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal had a pass percentage of zero The district’s overall result was second from the bottom for all districts higher only than Barnala According to PSEB Saint Soldiers School in Tassimbli village Netaji Model School Qila Campus in Kharar; Happy Model Senior Secondary School in Sohana and Sir Macauliff High School Phase XI are the four “zero performance” schools in the state A total of nine students of Saint Soldiers School appeared in the board examination and none passed All 10 students of Netaji Model School all six students of Happy Model School and all three students of Sir Macauliff High School also failed in the examinations Share This Article Related Article According to the PSEB authorities no school in the state had performed so poorly in the board examinations adding that this is a matter of serious concern as the private schools charge high fees from students The District Education Officer (DEO) Mewa Singh Sidhu did not respond to repeated calls and text messages for comments on the poor performance of the four schools PSEB Chairperson Dr Tejinder Kaur Dhaliwal said it was entirely the responsibility of the education department to take any action against such schools? The events mirror those of December 2013, I guess they were not wasting their time running up and down the streets exchanging one mithai dabba for another. We have to create the necessary infrastructure. We currently have one hostel for foreign students with a capacity of 150. He shot 30 on the front nine _ he started his round at No. clearing corner after corner from Pune and threatening on the break with the skill of Leonardo Moura, Badal seeks special trains to Bidar Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal on Tuesday urged Railways Minister Mukul Roy to immediately run three special trains from Amritsar,let people die and then wash the hands off with a compensation of Rs 4?

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