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The screening committee comprising state affairs incharge, 2016 4:46 pm Young debuntants of 2016 who have a drool-worthy body which has the capability to make their female fans go gaga. there are a lot of expectations pinned on him. Later in a Facebook post,police said. directed by Ramesh Sippy, and a good mix of domestic batsmen in Gambhir, Earlier,Abhinav Bindra left it late to qualify for the Final in the 10m air rifle event He continued to remain in the top 8 after the first two series but then dropped to outside the top 10 when he shot 1021 in the fifth series But he shot 108 thrice in the final five shots to save his blushes That got even worse in the fifth series with 1016 Bindra on his part made good of a miserable fifth series score of 1021 to regain his place in the top-8 with a remarkable final series A medal is there for the taking if Bindra sustains the start he got in the qualifying stages India’s shooting woes continue as after three days of action only two shooters have reached the finals while none have managed to win a medal Bindra and Jitu Rai are the only finalists while Gagan Narang Heena Sidhu Apurvi Chandela Ayonika Paul Manavjit Singh Sandhu Kynan Chenai didn’t progress further WATCH: India yet to win a medal but no need to panic yet Hopes as of now rest on Jitu Rai who would compete in the 50m air pistol event later in the week His 10m qualification was an added bonus and it’s the 50mevent where he has enjoyed successwherever he has participated With major medals in his kitty Jitu would hope to add theOlympic medal to his cabinet For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related News Plea in HC on police associations? The writer is a former chief election commissioner of India and author of?

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I am looking forward to the challenge, said Rupinderwho studied at GMSSS-35 and GMSSS-42 For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Pune | Published: October 1 2013 2:53 am Related News Mumbai FC found a last-gasp equaliser to hold Dempo SC to a 1-1 draw in a round-2 encounter of the I-League 2013-14 at the Balewadi sports complex on Sunday The draw was Mumbai FCs second at home and took their points tally to two from two games For the recordthe result was the third consecutive draw between both sides in I-League Trailing by a first-half goal scored by Jeje Lalpekhlua (45+3)Mumbai FC found their savior in defender Anwar Ali (86th minute) to squash the Goans hopes Mumbai FC went into the game making one changeopting for defender Valeriano Rebello in place of striker Jayesh Rane Both sides began cautiously and chose their attacking forays cautiouslywith Mumbai FC playing a waiting game Five minutes on and Mumbai FC opened up the attack Skipper Nicholas Rodrigues set up midfielder Climax Lawrencea former Dempo SC playerinside the box from right The midfielder finding space let loose a stinger only to have his shot blocked by a Dempo SC defender Mumbai FC thereafter suffered a setback when John Coutinhoended his day with an injury and limped off Coutinho was replaced by Jayesh Rane Thereafterthe game was a test for both in the midfield with the Goans marginally dominating proceedings forcing a host of corner-kicks that Mumbai evaded In the third minute of first-half injury timeMumbai FCs defence gave way which led to a corner-kick and also earned Haroon Amiri a yellow card Off the corner-kick Clifford Miranda floated his effort to the far post which was headed home diagonally by Lalpekhlua past a helpless Kunal Sawant At half-time Mumbai FC trailed 0-1 Resuming the second halfMumbai FC changed tactics and pushed Amiri into the attack At the other endDempo SC found keeper Sawant a tough nut to crack In the 50th minute the Mumbai FC custodian denied Billy Mehmet with a goalline save Mumbai FC kept on the pressure and had Orok Essiens effort blocked by Honda from inside the box Mumbai FCs hard work paid off four minutes before regulation time A corner kick won on the rightincidentally at the same flag that got Dempos goalhad Nicholas float the ball for Anwar to head home as he ran in on the overlap For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: November 28 2016 10:40 am Top News Student:‘Parents putting less money in our bank accounts now’ SHUB KARMAN DHALIWAL STUDENTS LAMENT that the days of lavish and impulsive spending are behind them with parents cutting down on the flow of cash “The first couple of weeks were tough There was chaos at the university banks and ATM machines” says Priya Garg a student of Chemistry Department When the decision was announced on November 8 there was a rush of Panjab University students to deposit examination fee “The scene in the university hostels was unbelievable as everyone from the next day onwards was seen in a queue either at various ATMs banks inside the university or outside in adjacent sectors” says Priya After the demonetisation students have cut down on their expenditure “Now the parents have also started putting less money in our bank accounts due to unavailability of cash” says Priya “Earlier we would spend freely without thinking much but now the first thing that comes to the mind is do we have change If yes how much would be sufficient for the coming days” New Rs 2000 currency notes have also been of no help to students studying at Panjab University as nobody has the change available with them “Due to unavailability of currency notes nobody is willing to give change for Rs 2000 note The mere thought of standing in a queue makes us save money and spend less” says Priya IT Professional:‘Got Rs 15000 from father spending it very carefully’ Pinky Chopra (Express photo) ON NOVEMBER 8 when Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the demonetisation decision Pinky Chopra an IT professional didn’t expect that troubling times were ahead “Being an IT professional life is very challenging and we hardly get much time Soon after Rs 500 and 1000 notes were rendered illegal I started feeling the pinch With less time available with IT guys I had to send my father to get cash from the ATM as I don’t have sufficient time to wait in a queue” she says Chopra claims she has stopped buying new things “I have stopped doing shopping for myself Recently I went to market with my seven-year-old son and for the first time could not buy toys for him It is not possible to use debit and credit cards everywhere” she says She adds “After the demonetisation I got Rs 15000 from my father Since that day I have been spending it very carefully” Chopra blames the government for poor implementation of the decision which has caused inconvenience to the public “I feel the step of demonetisation is good and the government needs to be appreciated for it But the way it was implemented was not good Such poor implementation can’t be expected from the government especially when they are taking such a big step Planning is very important” she says Grocer:‘We have no other option but to give ration on credit’ Hari Krishan Mahajan (Express photo) HARI KRISHAN Mahajan who runs a small grocery store in the booths at Sector 23 market has been spending sleepless nights ever since the demonetisation of Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes was announced Reason: A decline in the sales and more people seeking items on credit Mahajan says that he has given the ration worth Rs 60000 to people on credit and he doesn’t even know whether the money will come back “Every customer is coming with old notes We have no other option but to give ration on credit I don’t even know whether I will get all my money back” says Mahajan The past few days have been very difficult for Mahajan “People are taking ration on credit but not giving cash Whatever little amount I have been earning is not sufficient to replenish my stock” he adds There has been a reduction in the family expenditure as well “I hardly have any sales I have told my kids that there is going to be no pocket money for the coming months My wife too has been managing with a meagre amount of money” he says Mahajan is thinking of borrowing some money from one of his friends to get more stock for his shop “Salaries have to be paid to the workers at my shop Now I have thought of telling them that once there is an ease in the cash flow I would pay the salaries” he says “The government should have given some time It is an emergency-like situation for us” he says Industrial Worker:‘Used to earn Rs 22000 but next month I’ll get Rs 15000’ Labourers in Industrial Area Phase 1 (Express photo) LAST TWO weeks have been tough for Dheeraj Kumar a 24-year-old industrial worker after the Central government announced demonetisation of Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes Kumar the lone bread earner of his family in Azamgarh district of Uttar Pradesh works in a screw manufacturing factory in Industrial Area Phase I at a daily wage of Rs 500 Kumar could not send money to his family for sowing of wheat which he has been saving for the past one year “Every year I send money to my father for sowing of wheat This year I had managed to save Rs 10000 which I had kept at my house” he says As Kumar could not send money his family was forced to take loan from a money lender at a high rate of interest “They had no option but to take loan” he says To make matters worse Kumar had to toil hard for three days to get his hard-earned money deposited in the bank He could not go to work for three days which cost him Rs 1500 “I won’t get paid for three days For a person like me Rs 1500 is a big amount” he says Demonetisation has led to a fall in demand and owner of the factory where Kumar is working has reduced the production hours from 12 hours to 8 hours daily to bring down the expenditure By working overtime Kumar was making an additional Rs 250 per day taking his daily earning to Rs 750 However since November 10 there have been no late shifts “Earlier I was making around Rs 22000 per month But next month I will get only around Rs 15000” Kumar says Low income means that he will have to cut down on his expenses “I have to send money to my family for their monthly expenditure I don’t know how I will manage” he says hoping that things will get normal soon Housewife:‘Few shops accepted old notes so situation was manageable’ Nancy Uppal at a fruit market (Express photo) NANCY UPPAL a housewife spent the night after the announcement of scrapping of Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes in calculating the old currency notes she had saved in the last few years “I was happy with the decision made by the government but I had saved some money at home The next morning I took out shaguns of my children Aarav 4 and Aavya 1 Also I had three to four piggy banks in which I used to put the old currency sometimes I collected the cash that was lying with me It was around Rs 20000” she says Then Nancy looked into all handbags “I found a few Rs 100 notes and I felt rich I paid the milkman with it On the second day I got fuel filled in my four-wheeler with a few notes I found in my handbags” she says It was a huge relief for Nancy that she had not stored much cash at home However the next task seemed to be tougher: who will go and stand in long queues at the bank “With two small kids and a husband who is usually travelling I did not know how to go about it” she says “At the vegetable market a few shops accepted the old currency notes so the situation was manageable After a few days I went and deposited the cash Later I withdrew money through cheque” she says Mason:‘Could not send home a penny family running out of money’ THE DAYS after November 8 are proving to be hard for 36-year-old Chander Dev a mason The demonitisation has made him depend on his employer for daily meals as he does not have cash and also does not have time to stand in queues Chander came to the city around six years ago and started working as a mason He used to go to his village in Bihar between December and January every year but this time he has no such plans “My father is not well I used to send Rs 1500 after every 10 days to my home After November 8 I could not send a penny and the family is running out of money Apart from father’s treatment my children’s school fees are to be paid” says Chander Chander is currently working in Phase II Mohali in a showroom In the last 15 days he could not buy ration from the grocery shop as he did not have the new currency notes and the shopkeepers were not ready to accept the old notes “I could get food only for two days Later I had to sleep without eating anything I asked my employer to arrange some food for us He made some arrangements this [demonitisation] has affected us to a large extent” says Chander He says that a mason charges between Rs 500 and Rs 650 per day and in most of the cases the payment is made on a daily basis or weekly basis They do not have bank accounts and the bank staff is not co-operating with them in changing the old currency notes Chander claims that he cannot buy woollen clothes for himself due to unavailability of cash For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: June 7 2016 6:34 pm hah Rukh Khan took to Twitter to share a black and white collage which has his father Taj Mohammed Khan elder son Aryan Khan and lil’s one AbRam in it Related News Superstar Shah Rukh Khan took to Twitter to share a black and white collage which has his father Taj Mohammed Khan elder son Aryan Khan and lil’s one AbRam in it The actor captioned the image as: The eyes r full of language…trying to read what each one is saying… SRK time and again talk about the eyes that his kids have inherited from him This time the actor also mentioned his father’s eyes This image is a gift from a member of SRK’s fan club who thanked him Shah Rukh in reply mentioned: Thank you It’s very special to me Thank you It’s very special to me http://s.tco/Xsee4VcKlE — Shah Rukh Khan (@iamsrk) June 7 2016 Earlier the actor had shared an image saying: My babies have eyes like mine Makes me feel the past present & future r the same Now 2 get a soul like theirs… SRK who has kept us posted about AbRam’s day-to-day activities also shared another image He captioned it as: Munching luncheon with munchkin For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBolton: Unstoppable so far Indian boxingstar Vijender Singh will take on Poland’s Andrzej Soldra inhis first eight-round professional contest in Bolton on Friday "I am fully up for my sixth fight This will be my firsteight-round fight and I have worked a lot on endurance" the30-year-old former Olympic and World Championshipbronze-medallist said ahead of the bout Vijender Singh AFP "I have seen videos of Soldra He is a good opponent butI am preparing very hard to give him a tough time in the ring? are now undergoing treatment there till this morning. 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