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" Former president Pranab Mukherjee, has brought to public notice the spread and depth of corruption. He asks who she was talking to. former Indian soldier out to regain lost honour,going over the top with the bridal wear. About the issue created for her break from the spotlight she said, download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Pune | Published: November 14,legitimate criticism of the order? The affidavit was filed on July 9said Thackerays lawyer Sayaji Nangre Lawyer Ejaz Naqvi had filed a criminal contempt petition alleging that Thackeray had used the word partisan to describe a High Court order dated February 22012 HC had denied MNS permission for the rally saying that the ground is a silence zone For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Panchkula | Published: July 31 2013 3:27 am Top News The skaters of Rolling Tigers came up with impressive performance as a total of 23 skaters from the academy secured positions in the School District Skating competition held on July 29 and 30 at Blue Bird School in Sector 16Panchkula The 23 skaters have been selected for the School State Games to be held in Rohtak Results of Tink Race I: Boys: Quads: Under 11: 1 Raghav Vashisht2 B Praney Gaur3 Yash Chahal; Girls: Quads: Under 11: 1 Shiana Sheron2 Sakshi Grover3 Harshita Makhija; Boys: Inline: Under 11: 1 Karmanya2 Saksham3 Divyanshu; Girls: Inline: Under 11: 1 Shrishty2 Harshita Paul3 Aashna Singh; Boys: Quads: Under 14: 1 Aryan Pal2 Adhiraj Kundlas3 Mukul Verma; Girls: Quads: Under 14: 1 Samiksha Nagpal2 Akshita Shourie3 Jaanya Bhardwaj; Boys: Inline: Under 14: 1 Aarsh Mehtani2 Harsh Gupta3 Ojas Rastogi; Girls: Inline: Under 14: 1 Avlin Setia; Boys: Quads: U-17: 1 Ajay Saini2 Akshit Aggarwal3 Adit Bhardwaj; Girls: Quads: Under 17: 1 Karen George; Boys: Inline: Under 17: 1 Anuj Sud2 Rushat Parihar3 Gaurav Bishnoi; Girls: Inline: Under 17: 1 Chhavi Bishnoi; Boys: Inline: Under 19: Pallav Goel For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsLucknow: A formidable Indian team will be aiming to end their title drought spanning over a decade and half when they take on minnows Canada in their opening group league fixture in the 11th FIH Junior Hockey World Cup starting Thursday The last time when India won the junior world championship was back in 2001 in Hobart Australia It was a side that boasted of quality players like Gagan Ajit Singh Deepak Thakur Yugraj Singh Prabhjot Singh all of whom went onto represent the senior national team with distinction Representational photo Getty Images German coach Valentin Altenburg has already declared India to be one of the top contenders for the title This is the second time that India are hosting the men’s junior World Cup in hockey as well as the second successive time they’re hosting it New Delhi hosted the last edition in 2013 where Germany claimed their sixth title by beating France 5-2 in the final A total of 16 teams have been put into four groups of four teams each India are placed in Pool D alongside Canada England and South Africa Should the home team finish in the top two of the group stages which they are expected to they will have to face one of the top two teams from Pool C which comprises defending champions Germany New Zealand and Spain Besides the title triumph in 2001 India’s other notable result in the Junior World Cup is a runners-up finish in the 1997 edition of the event in Milton Keynes in the United Kingdom It was a tournament that featured one of India’s then most promising junior Rajiv Mishra a man whom the hockey fraternity lost due to recurring injuries But this time around India are fielding one of the strongest teams in the event which features full internationals like captain Harjeet Singh striker Mandeep Singh defender and dragflicker Harmanpreet Singh and goalkeeper Vikas Dahiya The Harendra Singh-coached side is also approaching the World Cup on the back of a strong performance in a four-nation invitational tournament in Valencia in October where they defeated a strong field comprising Germany Belgium and hosts Spain to emerge victorious Defender and drag-flick specialist Varun Kumar and promising striker Armaan Qureishi were in good scoring form for India with both chipping in with goals in the 5-2 win over Germany in the title clash India are also regarded as one of the most experienced and balanced teams in the World Cup with most of the players having plied their trade with the best of world hockey in the last three editions of the Hockey India League (HIL) Senior team’s chief coach Roelant Oltmans who is assisting Harendra in preparing the colts for the World Cup is also confident of a good show "We have a balanced team and that is our strength We have more experience than others because of playing in HIL We have performed well in the last two years and we also have key players in every line" the legendary Dutchman pointed out Consistency is something which the Indians will aim for in the World Cup often regarded as a tournament which is full of surprises and unpredictable After Canada India will play England on 10 December before facing South Africa in their last pool fixture two days later Other matches featuring on the opening day of the tournament are New Zealand vs Japan (Pool C) Germany vs Spain (Pool C) and England vs South Africa (Pool D) It is also the first time an international tournament will be hosted by the ‘City of Nawabs’ Lucknow in its newly-built Major Dhyan Chand Astroturf Stadium and India can expect huge crowd support which is bound to act as tremendous morale-booster for the home team The tournament however has lost some sheen with the last-minute withdrawl of arch-rivals Pakistan Just days before the start of the tournament the International Hockey Federation (FIH) withdrew Pakistan from the event blaming Pakistan Hockey Federation (PHF) for applying late for the visas and failing to give necessary confirmations to the world body within the stipulated deadline In Pakistan’s place the FIH invited Malaysia as a late entrant for the World Cup The FIH move did not go down well with Pakistan which blamed world body’s new President from India Narinder Batra for mixing politics with sports But Pakistan’s participation in the junior World Cup was always shrouded in doubt even though they had qualified for the event because of ongoing tensions between the two neighbouring countries Pools: Pool A: Argentina (Winners in 2005) Australia (Winners in 1997) Austria (on debut) Korea (4th in 1989) Pool B: Netherlands (Runners-up in 1985 2009) Malaysia (4th in 1979 1983 2013) Belgium (6th in 2013) Egypt (9th in 1997) Pool C: Germany (Winners in 1983 1985 1989 1993 2009 2013) Spain (3rd in 2005) New Zealand (4th in 2009) Japan (11th in 1997) Pool D: India (Winners in 2001 Runners-up in 1997) England (4th in 1997 2001) Canada (8th in 1983) South Africa (11th in 2001) Click here to find out about the Hockey Junior World Cup 2016 full schedule online streaming and when and where to watch on TV Written by Press Trust Of India | Lucknow | Published: June 8 2012 2:57 am Related News Lucknow: The state government has raised the maximum age limit for appearing in competitive examinations conducted by the State Public Service Commission from 35 years to 40 years Parliamentary Affairs Minister Azam Khan made the announcement in the Assembly on Thursday while informing the House about the recommendation of the state Cabinet Leader of the House Ahmad Hasan told the Legislative Council that keeping in view the interest of candidates coming from rural backgroundsthe state Cabinet has recommended increase in the maximum age limit for recruitment in public service and other posts from 35 years to 40 years The cabinet passed the proposal by circulation last nightsources said For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: April 2 2013 1:41 am Related News If the number of complainants are an indicationthe UT Administrators public hearing sessions seem to be losing their sheen This was exemplified on Monday as against five complainants scheduled for the dayonly four turned up Needless to saythe session ended within half an hour While a section of officials in the UT Administration that the lesser number of complaints is indicative of the Administrations efficiencyother blame the stringent screening system for applicationsfor the low turnout It has also got to do with the long window period of the complaint as it takes almost three to four weeks before the complaint and the complainant is verified to be presented in the public hearing sessionsaid another official MeanwhileUT Administrator Shivraj V Patil directed the Home Secretary to immediately release the Rs 2 lakh compensation amount to an acid attack victimwho was among the four complainants Responding to the request of Neha Takkaran acid attack victim who requested for compensationPatil asked Home secretary UT to give minimum compensation of Rs two lakh immediately to the victim and if the court decides more then the decided amount would be given accordingly In another case R K Garg said prostitution had become hi-tech and was flourishing in the city. 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