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Or sit out the Rio Games and make it to New York.The 17-time major champion contemplated both scenarios holding out hope as long as he could that he’d find a way to enter at least one of the big events in August In the end his balky left knee wouldn’t allow him to do either At a meeting with doctors and trainers Federer recalled “Everybody said `You need a break – right now”’ So the Swiss great announced in late July that he’d miss the rest of the season by far the longest layoff of a remarkably healthy career ALSO READ |Roger Federer Rafa Nadal to team up in Ryder Cup style LaverCup Federer who turned 35 this month was in Manhattan on Wednesday to talk about playing tennis next year at the new Laver Cup team event But for the first time since 1999 he’s not preparing for the US Open He underwent an arthroscopic procedure in February to repair torn cartilage – the first surgery of his career Federer hasn’t played since his Wimbledon loss to Milos Raonic in which he fell awkwardly and called the trainer to check on what had become a nagging knee problem “I never really had pain funny enough” Federer said Wednesday “It just felt unstable” Then there was the swelling “When it’s swollen you can’t compete at the best level” he added An MRI didn’t show anything distinctly different from before For all his upbeat talk Wednesday about his future Federer let some doubts seep in when he discussed the mystery of what’s going on in the knee “That’s why I think it’s been to some extent frustrating” he said “At least if I had a lot of pain or if the scan shows you thoroughly what exactly the problem is then I think it’s easier to take a decision “I really hope I’m not being misled by the knee that it doesn’t feel painful But it’s just not 100 percent That’s why I just think the beating that I got in Wimbledon and the clay court season was just so complicated” Federer who also skipped the French Open because of a bad back didn’t play tennis for five or six weeks and just now is starting to do a few things on the court He’s focused on exercises to strengthen his left quadriceps such as squats so he’ll be physically ready once he ramps back up to his full workouts to prepare for January’s Australian Open It might have been possible to return for a couple of tournaments late in 2016 Federer said but there was no point once he knew he would miss the bulk of the fall schedule He reflected back to this past January when the Laver Cup concept was unveiled at the Australian Open and marveled: “My God I never thought I was going to have a year the way I had it” He hurt his knee while preparing a bath for his twin daughters then later saw his record 65-appearance streak at major tournaments end Federer won’t win a title in a season for the first time since 2000 And now that he missed the Rio Games his career could end without an Olympic singles gold medal He insisted he hasn’t missed competition yet though maybe that will change when the US Open starts next week The quiet away from the spotlight has been nice he said – even if he quickly amended that to: “I’ve got four kids – it’s a different quiet” Back in New York site of five of his titles Federer said he watched a lot of volleyball during the Olympics and spoke to Andy Murray after the Brit won gold Despite Murray’s recent run Federer still believes Novak Djokovic is the favorite at the US Open No matter that the world’s top-ranked player has struggled by his standards since completing the career Grand Slam at Roland Garros – Djokovic is just too good on the hard courts and too successful against Murray Federer said If the Serb does win to move within four major titles of Federer’s record the man he’s chasing will be forced to watch from afar “In a way it’s painful just because I love this place” Federer said “and it’s hard watching the Olympics – I would have loved to have competed there as well … Would have loved to win a medal” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Anmol Saini | Chandigarh | Published: May 17 2016 5:37 am Top News To eradicate child beggary from the city the administration and the Chandigarh Commission of Protection of Child Rights conducted a workshop at Snehalaya on Monday Sharing the findings of the survey conducted by CCPCR chairperson Devi Sirohi revealed that over 1224 child beggars were found in the city in 2015 Out of these 793 were boys and the remaining 431 were girls During the survey it was also highlighted that the majority of child beggars were in the age group of six to 14 years Sirohi said: “We must not only focus at rescuing the children but also rehabilitationg them We must ensure every child is given medical facilities vocational training de-addiction programme sponsorship programme identity cards and shelter homes” The child rights panel launched a booklet on the standard operating procedures to ensure effective rehabilitation of the rescued children It explained the purview of different departments and steps to be followed after the rescue of a child A case file like a rescue report needs to be maintained for each child Share This Article Related Article “While the SOP explains the duties of each department clearly it needs ideas for stronger structure” Adviser Rai said According to the CCPCR officials the standard operating procedures will be reviewed after 15 days Sirohi also addressed the need for general awareness on child begging “If we see a child who is exploited or is not given proper opportunities for growth and development we must hold ourselves responsible for not taking care of the child” she said UT Adviser Parimal Rai and deputy commisioner Ajit Balaji Joshi were also present on the occasion DC Joshi suggested implementation of policies like DNA mapping of children for verification of the child’s parents Citing the example of Jhajjar Brick kilns where nomad schools were started for students who came to work there he said: “Nomad schools with different curriculum are a great step but are not considered under the Right to Education Act This creates problems Therefore there is a need for acceptance of these schools so that children can be mainstreamed into the education system later” Joshi also emphasised on the need of a public awareness campaign against the use of religion for beggary “I believe the state is a bigger parent in terms of responsibility than the biological parent Yet the government needs CSR collaborations to ensure every child gets education I encourage people should sponsor children instead of adopting them so that their future is secured” he said Adviser Rai said: “When you see a beggar you must realise that the child has undergone extreme physical torture and is very scared because he has someone monitoring him Laws like RTE and Right to Food Security exist but the onus is on us as NGOs administration government or commissions to ensure they are implemented and for that we must work in partnership After rescuing we must ensure that the children and their parents are counselled and proper education is given to the child” Giving a green signal to DNA mapping Rai also emphasised on the need of an additional photo portal for identification “Much like the PM’s Beti Bachao Beti Padhao Andolan we as citizens must start a Save a child and Sponsor/Teach a Child movement to ensure children are given their rights” Rai said A Facebook page called ‘Making Chandigarh Child Beggary Free’ was also launched for stronger public support For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Nisha Nambiar | Pune | Published: July 25 2016 5:52 am Top News The state government’s ‘random’ and ‘sudden’ transfers of officials without ‘following the Transfer Act 2005’ has drawn the ire of the latter who had filed a writ petition in the Bombay High Court last month questioning such moves While the first hearing of the case is slated for Monday officials said that incidences of sudden transfers have increased during the present government’s tenure While the usual annual transfers in April-May are ‘acceptable’ and officials are not hesitating from election duty transfers those other than these anytime of the year as issued by the state government are a clear violation of rules point out the 10 officials from the Pune division who had filed the writ petition on June 26 The officials said that such transfers have affected nearly 1000 employees in various offices on a ‘pack and move’ mode Nagesh Patil tehsildar of Pandharpur and one of the petitioners said that the ‘erroneous’ policy without following the Transfer Act is disturbing family life and particularly the education of children “On account of this policy not less than 1000 officers are likely to be transferred The administration’s transfer expenses come to nearly Rs 15000 for every transfer thus burdening the state exchequer with crores of rupees’’ he said Another petitioner from Pune district tehsildar Dashrat Kale said that while officials are posted on election duty to another district other than their home district they are again transferred further to some other place which completely disturbs their schedule Watch Video: What’s making news In the petition the petitioners have stated that Section 3 of the Transfer Act 2005 says that the normal tenure for a post of All India Service officers and all groups (A B and C) or employees shall be three years Section 4 (1) says that no government servant shall ordinarily be transferred unless he has completed his tenure of posting as provided in Section 3 and such transfers are ordinarily affected in April-May “For a mid-term transfer the competent authority must be satisfied that the transfer is essential due to exceptional circumstances after recording the same in writing and with prior approval of the next higher authority For this there must be a finding on the file that a particular officer has some political bias Without all these the transfers are being done’’ states the petition which is signed by the 10 officials all of whom are tehsildars The petitioners have challenged this clause calling the orders ‘erroneous’ ‘not maintainable under law’ and ‘against the principles of justice’ While transfers during elections are done further transfers does not fit the rule The petition said that article 243K (3) does not permit the state election commission and the state government to transfer its employees during election and continue the said transfer order even after the elections are over The petition submits that Section 9A (4) of the Maharashtra Zilla Parishad and Panchayat Samiti Act 1961 does not permit the state election commission and the state government to effect transfers contrary to the Transfer Act 2005 While the BJP-Shiv Sena government has completed its second year in office it is increasingly seen that the government has been constantly transferring officials some of whom have not even completed their term and on the contrary retaining some even after they have completed their terms “Abrupt decisions and transfers are frequent in the present regime and even as male officers are affected female officers are finding it increasingly difficult with such a system’’ said a senior official from Pune who was given a deputation of one year at an institution and was again given marching orders to another district Senior bureaucrats too have faced the ire with many being transferred mid-term “This was seen in the case of the abrupt transfer of IAS officer Pravin Gedam and many others who have not completed their terms’’ said an official For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsRiyadh: Saudi Arabia on Saturday suspended any dialogue with Qatar accusing it of distorting facts soon after a phone call between the rulers of both countries offered hope of a breakthrough in the three-month-old Gulf crisis Representational image AP Qatar’s emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani spoke to Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman to express interest in talks state media from both sides said in the first public dialogue between the leaders after the US president offered to mediate in the crisis Saudi Arabia led the United Arab Emirates Egypt and Bahrain in cutting ties with Qatar in June accusing it of bankrolling Islamist extremist groups and of being too close to regional rival Iran Doha denies the accusations The crown prince "welcomed this desire" the Saudi Press Agency (SPA) initially reported adding "details will be announced after Saudi Arabia reaches an agreement with UAE and Bahrain and Egypt"But the prospect of a thaw quickly died down after SPA subsequently accused Qatar’s state media of wrongly implying that Saudi Arabia had initiated the outreach "What was published by Qatar News Agency is continuation of Qatari authority’s distortion of facts" SPA said adding that any dialogue was now suspended The development came after US President Donald Trump on Friday spoke separately with the leaders of Saudi Arabia Qatar and the UAE "The President underscored that unity among the United States’ Arab partners is essential to promoting regional stability and countering the threat of Iran" the White House said "The President also emphasised that all countries must follow through on commitments to defeat terrorism cut off funding for terrorist groups and combat extremist ideology" When he offered to mediate Trump said he believed the dispute could be solved "fairly easily" In Washington on Thursday Kuwaiti Emir Sheikh Sabah al-Ahmad Al-Sabah a key figure involved in mediation attempts met Trump and gave an upbeat assessment of his efforts so far But in a statement early yesterday the Saudi-led bloc had showed no signs of backing down as it questioned the Kuwaiti emir’s statement that Qatar would be willing to accept their 13 demands The demands include shutting Doha-based broadcaster Al-Jazeera closing a Turkish military base in the emirate and downgrading Qatari diplomatic ties with Iran The bloc also voiced "regret" about the Kuwaiti ruler’s statement "on the success of mediation in stopping military intervention" Instead the four Arab states stressed that "the military option has not been and will not be considered" under any circumstances Kuwait has emerged as a key mediator in the crisis while the United States has given mixed signals on its policy Riyadh and Doha are both key allies of the United States Trump who chose Saudi Arabia for his first overseas visit as president in May two weeks before the crisis erupted immediately expressed staunch support for Saudi Arabia Some other US officials including Secretary of State Rex Tillerson have adopted a more measured tone Tillerson and Sheikh Mohammed announced in July they had signed an agreement to fight terrorism built on decisions made at a Riyadh summit in May to "wipe terrorism from the face of the Earth" Qatar hosts a huge US air base home to the headquarters of Centcom the regional command which leads operations against the Islamic State jihadist group Sheikh Tamim is set to meet German Chancellor Angela Merkel for talks on 15 September in what will be his first trip to a western capital since the crisis began Written by Raakhi Jagga | Ludhiana | Updated: May 31 2014 9:10 am Police Commissioner R K Jaiswal Related News An average heroin addict in the city is spending around Rs 30000 per month on consuming the drug and the consumption has increased manifold in the city in the past four years This was stated by new Police Commissioner R K Jaiswal who assumed charge on Thursday evening “In 2011 100 kg heroin was seized from Ludhiana which increased to 278 kg in 2012 However this seizure increased to 400 kg in 2013 while in the current year a total of 69 kg heroin has been seized till now” Jaiswal told the media in an interaction on Friday “Apart from nabbing the peddlers we also need to catch hold of the suppliers in order to break the link between the supplier and the addict” He added “Looking at the past seizures it is a clear indication that the city is consuming this costly drug in a huge quantity and it needs to be checked as who are the suppliers and who are the clients” Jaiswal said that his prime focus would be on drug mafia He was Ludhiana SSP five years back and he said “I am aware of the crime pattern of Ludhiana and it is an added advantage for me” The new commissioner said that he would be focusing on solving the traffic problem of the city and would also launch a special campaign on drink-driving which was a nuisance on Ludhiana roads Jaiswal added that he would be seeking the help of NGOs for controlling traffic and would also focus on those indulging in sexual harassment and snatching cases Significantly traffic control had always been a priority for the previous commissioners as well but nothing much was done in the past apart from issuing statements However Jaiswal asserted that he would soon make a difference For all the latest Ludhiana News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Press Trust Of India | Kolkata | Published: October 29 2012 3:26 am Top News A H Khan Chowdhurywho was today sworn in as Union Minister of State for Health and Family Welfareexpressed hope that the health infrastructure in states like West Bengal would be improved with coordination with their governments There should be no bias in the matter of development of health infrastructure in states? 2016 11:15 pm El Shehaby and Sasson did not comment after the match. which El Shehaby did after he was called back. His remarks follow Turkey’s recently completed purchase of Russian S-400 surface-to-air missile systems, “I didn’t see it from where I was standing,66, just one one-hundredth of a second ahead of Conor Dwyer. It was alleged that by assigning the investigation to a police sub-inspector, Yadav, "It?

including his nephew Tareq, Bengaluru, With inputs from PTI Godhra: A group of Dalit girls were allegedly denied entry into a temple at Mehlol village in Panchmahals district by the priest and his two sons, The Drama Company. This dangerous situation does not allow the party or the nation the luxury of waiting. vigilance and security departments to curb the activities of touts and malpractices by the railway staff in connivance with touts. The rain,which may eventually turn into lakhs of crores in a small state. This prevented us from removing them, said Jagtap27 Apart from volunteerslocals also joined the cause The campaign was also aimed at spreading awareness about maintaining healthy trees When a nail is dug into a tree it allows various insects to enter it The tree gradually becomes hollow from inside? Full stop.

The GJM seems to have grasped that desperation, the supporters, Peter Stoger,the same court acquitted Varun for allegedly delivering an inflammatory speech at a public meeting organised at Dal Chand locality. a Saudi businessman with ties to the royal family who runs the Arabic satellite group MBC; Amr al-Dabbagh,added they have already signed a contract with IMG-Reliance.Apart from the local flavour top players from across the country will compete in the tournament As per the Board’s rules no player from outside India will be allowed to take part but star T20 players from around the country can be expected to turn up for the event There may be a provision for including three players in the team from outside Bengal The league would be the perfect preparation for playersbefore the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy India’s premier domestic T20 competition which starts in the first week of January The auctions are likely to be held in the last week of August For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Published: September 14 2016 11:12 pm Zielinski and his brother Adrian the 2012 champion at 85kg were sent back to Poland in disgrace before competing in Rio (Source: AP/File) Top News A weightlifter who finished ninth in the London 2012 Olympics and was sent home from this year’s Rio Games for doping is set to get a medal because a rival who is already serving an eight-year ban has tested positive retrospectively Tomasz Zielinski of Poland finished 22kg behind the top three in London in the 94kg category but because six of the eight lifters ahead of him have been caught out in re-tests he moves up to the bronze medal position Zielinski and his brother Adrian the 2012 champion at 85kg were sent back to Poland in disgrace before competing in Rio when results of pre-Games tests were announced With the top four in the 94kg in London all having been caught in the re-tests gold will go to the lifter who finished fifth Iran’s Saeid Mohammadpourkarkaragh Those in sixth and seventh places have also tested positive so when the legal process is completed silver will go to eighth-placed Kim Min-Jae of South Korea and bronze to Zielinski provided there are no more adverse findings Samples from the 2008 and 2012 Games were re-tested by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) who could not discount the possibility of further positives The first two waves of reanalysis were carried out before and during the Rio Games and there are two more waves to come The amended result of the 94kg category from London 2012 will not be officially announced until the retesting and legal process is complete “The result management of the reanalysis of the samples of the Olympic Games Beijing 2008 and London 2012 is still underway and the IOC will continue to communicate on a case by case basis as soon as disciplinary procedures are completed” said an IOC spokesperson “We do not have an exact timeline on when these results will be announced” Zielinski moved up when the International Weightlifting Federation (IWF) announced on Tuesday a 47th retrospective positive in their sport Anatoli Ciricu of Moldova who was banned for eight years in 2015 after a second doping offence was in line for the gold medal until the IWF’s announcement Ciricu who turned 28 on Wednesday was also banned for two years in 2007 His positive means Moldova will join eight other nations in being banned from the sport The IWF whose board meet in Beijing on the last weekend of September to discuss doping and sanctions announced in June that any nation which had three or more positives in the IOC retests would be banned for a year “It does not have to be ratified the bans are automatic” Lilla Rozgonyi IWF head of media told Reuters “As soon as a country has three cases closed by the IOC they will be banned It could be tomorrow it could take a month but it is automatic” The list of those who will be banned is: Kazakhstan 10 positives Russia 9 Belarus 7 Azerbaijan 5 Turkey 3 Armenia 3 Ukraine 3 China 3 Moldova 3 Only Georgia with one infringement will escape a ban For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | London | Published: January 6 2016 2:43 pm Cheryl Fernandez-Versini is said to be desperate to make her marriage work amid rumours of troubles (Source: Reuters) Related News Pop star Cheryl Fernandez-Versini is said to be desperate to make her marriage work amid rumours of troubles The “X Factor” judge has been hit with speculation about the state of her 19-month marriage to French restaurateur Jean-Bernard in recent months reported Daily Mirror The Geordie singer is said to be keen to spend some quality time with her hubby when he returns to the UK “She and JB have a lot to talk about and wants to spend some quality time with him when he’s back in the UK and hash things out face-to-face She really wants this marriage to work” a source said For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | New Delhi | Updated: January 27 2016 5:04 pm Aishwarya Rai Bachchan has chosen an elegant look in a red designer Banarasi silk sari to wear for a special lunch with French President Francois Hollande Related News Actress Aishwarya Rai Bachchan is said to have had a “hospitable” experience when she met French President Francois Hollande at a special luncheon in New Delhi on Tuesday (January 26) looking radiant and ravishing in a red Banarasi sari Their conversation ranged from talking about movies to her experiences at Cannes a guest at the lunch told IANS adding that Hollande even made Aishwarya join him at his table “The French president was very warm” the insider said Aishwarya who has been in the midst of shooting her new film “Sarbjit” took out time from her busy schedule to attend the lunch which was hosted by French Ambassador Francois Richier (PHOTOS:Aishwarya Rai Bachchan glows in red Banarasi sari for meeting with Hollande) The former beauty queen a past recipient of the prestigious ‘Knight of the Order of Arts and Letters’ a civilian award by the French government was the only Indian actor to be present Hollande attended the lunch following his appearance at the country’s colourful Republic Day parade on Rajpath as the chief guest Other guests at the lunch included designers Ritu Beri who has earlier received the Chevalier Des Arts et Des Lettres award one of the highest civilian awards by the French government for her contribution to the enrichment of Indo-French cultural relations; and Manish Arora who shares a deep connect with Paris the source said There were other politicians and businessmen at the gala Actress Aishwarya Rai Bachchan has chosen an elegant look in a red designer Banarasi silk sari to wear for a special lunch with French President Francois Hollande in Delhi on Tuesday (January 26) Richier has invited the 42-year-old actress for the lunch which Hollande will attend following his appearance at the country’s colourful Republic Day parade on Rajpath as the chief guest Also read:Aishwarya Rai Bachchan ‘honoured’ over luncheon with French president Aishwarya all ready for the lunch looks ravishing in red in an image shared by her publicist Aishwarya Rai Bachchan greets French President Francois Hollande (Source: Twitter) “Aishwarya Rai Bachchan wishes all her well wishers a very happy Republic Day” read the caption to the image featuring the former beauty queen who adorned polki jewellery and a bunched up hairdo for the occasion A simple bindi and red lipstick completed her look The sari that Aishwarya has worn is from designer duo Swati and Sunaina and made in Banaras — age-old weavers from where are poised for a facelift courtesy Prime Minister Narendra Modi Woven with fine mulberry silk and zari made from pure silver threads dipped in gold the sari is called ‘mehraab’ after the shape of the ‘buta’ that is woven across the six-yard wonder What’s special is that only natural fibres and eco-friendly dyeing has been used in the making of this sari and it is woven using the ‘kadhuwa’ technique a source close to the designers told IANS It’s only perfectly suited that Aishwarya chose a creation that’s deeply rooted in Indian technique and craft to meet the president of France a country that she’s had a great connect with for long Apart from being a regular at the Cannes International Film Festival where the first look of “Jazbaa” — her comeback film post pregnancy — was launched last year Aishwarya has been a recipient of the prestigious ‘Knight of the Order of Arts and Letters’ a civilian award by the French government An actress who has featured in Bollywood films like “Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam” “Dhoom 2” “Guru” and “Devdas” Aishwarya is also an ambassador of French cosmetics and beauty company L’Oral Paris for which she recently starred in an ad with Eva Longoria In fact she even shot for her international film “Pink Panther 2” in Paris For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related News followed it up with a second consecutive dismissal with that of Jason Roy. slamming in at the near post before striking the ball past the hapless Jehle from the edge of the area.In the third match innings in Tests, According to a theory of the police.

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