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The THR, on the cusp of a rare calendar-year grand slam, V Act 1988, the release added For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsThere is a ring of familiarity to the finals of the Miami Open even as the two men featuring on Sunday seem bent on proving that time can indeed stand still Arch rivals Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal will battle against each other to bring up episode 37 of their enduring saga The Swiss maestro showcased his often-overlooked streak of resilience working past a difficult draw to reach the finals while the Spanish matador has glided through with some excellent tennis The stage is set for another intriguing clash between these two giants of Open Era tennis The match will be the 23rd final encounter of this storied rivalry with the winner accounting for an unbelievable 54th Masters Series title Nadal has 28 of those glistening trophies while Federer has stashed away 25 titles in his overflowing cabinet of silverware Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal will meet for the third time this season and the 37th overall in a storied rivalry Getty The two men have taken starkly contrasting routes to the final Nadal enjoyed a relatively straight forward draw — marching past Jack Sock and Fabio Fognini in near imperial fashion The Spaniard’s only glitch came earlier in the third round Phillip Kohlschreiber rattled Nadal with a bagel in the first set but rolled over subsequently to allow an easy passage On the other hand Federer has been challenged yet again as he was at Indian Wells A second-round encounter with promising young talent Frances Tiafoe set the tone for a difficult week Federer did well to make it look easy against Juan Martin Del Potro but Roberto Bautista Agut proved stubborn before succumbing in two breakers Federer saved two match points against Tomas Berdych before inching ahead 8-6 in a third set tie-break The Swiss endured an epic battle against the mercurial Nick Kyrgios on Friday surviving three memorable tie-breakers before securing a place in the final The Indian Wells winner must surely be sore and aching after all the work in Miami Nadal is bound to be the fresher of the two men when they clash on Sunday It will be interesting to see if the workload has any impact on Federer’s ability to produce sustained quality against his nemesis Nadal has a 14-8 edge in finals and 23-13 advantage overall but Federer seems to have found the energy and guile needed to tilt the balance slightly in his favour The two men have rarely met in recent years drawing a complete blank in 2016 as they struggled with injury and loss of form But they have owned the ATP World Tour this season accumulating an impressive 37-5 win loss record between them Federer has lost just once this year against Evgeny Donskoy at the ATP 500 event in Dubai Nadal has absorbed two of his four losses this season against Federer — at Melbourne and Indian Wells This will be their third meeting this season already For the first time in their careers Federer has won three in a row turning the tide against the natural flow of this rivalry “It’s definitely going to be very special playing Rafa here again I’m thrilled for him that he came back as well as he did after the comeback and the struggles that he had last year” Federer told the media “It feels like old times We’re playing each other every week now We can’t get enough of each other Hopefully it’s not our last match” The two have a thread of history connecting them in Crandon Park Federer first engaged with a teenaged Nadal at Miami in 2004 losing in straight sets He exacted revenge a year later when they met in their first ever final — a memorable five-set contest that set the tone for their great rivalry Federer came back from the dead in that match down two sets and 3-5 in the third set tie-breaker before winning 2-6 6-7(4) 7-6(5) 6-3 6-1 Incidentally that was the last time Federer won this title Nadal on the other hand has lost three other finals in Miami making Sunday his fifth attempt to win the title Miami is only one of two Masters Series titles missing from Nadal’s impressive collection The Swiss has offset his disadvantage against the Spaniard by playing some attacking tennis off both flanks He is taking the ball early on his backhand to negate the difficulty of playing a high ball with the single-hander The consistency on his first serve and renewed vigour off the forehand are also helping Federer dictate the flow of points much better than he did in the past It will be important for Nadal to show that he has the answers to tame his rejuvenated rival The slow courts in Miami should technically favour Nadal but then the surface in Indian Wells was notoriously slow too Nadal will look to draw Federer into the ad court before attacking the backhand The head-to-head is tilted heavily in favour of Nadal He has won 12 of their 17 matches on the Masters Series stages including a 7-3 record in finals After taking in three consecutive losses Nadal will be eager to turn the tide before moving to his favoured red dirt It will be a psychological blow that can restore balance for Nadal before he plots another season of dominance on clay “It’s great to be in the final For me doesn’t matter the opponent” said the polite Spaniard trying his best to sound cocky “I am happy to be in that final again and I am excited to play another final of an important event” Expect him to come out of the blocks all guns blazing It will be important for Nadal to take early charge of the match to try and prevent Federer from collecting a seventh victory against the top ten this season The Swiss on the other hand will look to serve well and attack Nadal to unsettle the Spaniard’s top-spin laden rhythm The Miami Open final promises to be another gripping thriller between these two gladiators Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore the 2004 Olympic Games double trap silver medallist and newly-appointed Minister of State for Youth Affairs and Sports has clear targets if we are to draw inferences from some of his responses to the congratulatory messages on the micro-blogging site Twitter His replies to Virender Sehwag and VVS Laxman as well as a fellow Member of Parliament Ramdas Tadas late on Sunday confirmed that he could be expected to have really sharp focus Hitting old systemic ills for a six creating possibilities for the young that did not exist in his own early stages of development and making sport not only a career option but also a lifestyle File image of Rajyavardhan Rathore Getty Images Going by Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s pronouncements on India’s desire to excel in the Olympic Games and broad-basing sports Rathore may have to expend considerable energy in these two key areas seemingly laid too far wide apart from one another but having a striking symbiotic relationship between themselves Of course Rathore will be the first to realise that having been a sportsperson does not necessarily guarantee administrative and managerial success And if indeed he succeeds in harnessing India’s talent its dreams of becoming a sporting nation may come true The three-year apprentice period in the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting will help him immensely He is now in the unenviable position of having to convince the Union Cabinet that the National Sports Bill consigned to cold storage for a good part of four years after a futile attempt to get it to Parliament will have to see the light of the day sooner than later For that he will first have to ensure a draft that is wider in its coverage and deeper in its approach to sports governance I recall a conversation with him a few years ago when he said India does not have a collective political will to change things to change the attitude of the people towards sport and make India a healthy competitive country He now has the chance to shape the collective political will that can be the catalyst for change India needs “We need to address this at several levels We need to urgently impress upon our young in the primary and secondary schools as well as colleges that sport can instill some wonderful values in their lives Sporting facilities to help people utillise their youthful energies in a healthy way need not always be of Olympic standard “This will ensure that the present generation understands the importance of sport and keeps that going over the coming generations too I am sure things can be done to improve levels of happiness by introducing children and adults alike to sport Besides we need to keep encouraging our elite performers to keep winning so that sport remains in the people’s psyche” he had said It will also be imperative that Rathore now renews India’s war against doping particularly focusing on two areas — ensuring adequate athlete education and leading the anti-doping movement that will resonate in the collective mind-space of lawmakers and sports administrators of all hues Everyone would listen when he says India cannot afford to take the doping route He will have to read the recommendations made by the much-celebrated Olympic Task Force in its report and find ways in which to action the most reasonable suggestions He will also have to provide direction to the bid to re-engineer the National Sports Code 2011 and present its new evolved avatar He will surely pay attention to the election procedure in the NSFs Among the challenges he will face almost as soon as he signs into the Ministry is the need to have a fresh look at the whole process of the National Sports Awards — from nominations to scrutiny from screening to choosing the selection committee from the points being allocated to various international events to the manner of the announcement of the winners Rathore is also aware that if athletes win medals at a lower-level competition they are rewarded with more than if they won a medal in the highest competition He said that the policy encouraged sportsmen to divide their energies into more events at lower levels and be richly rewarded rather than stick their necks out and achieve excellence at the Olympic level His relationship with all stakeholders especially the bureaucracy that administers the Ministry and its departments the Indian Olympic Association and the National Sports Federations will go a long way in determining whether he will be able to successfully steer Indian sports in the right direction and at the right pace He took recourse from the law courts when he challenged National Rifle Association of India President Raninder Singh’s decision to nominate eight voting members None would have imagined in 2013 that Rathore would become Minister of Youth Affairs and Sports with Raninder Singh needing to meet him at various fora as NRAI chief It was not surprising that Raninder Singh led the fraternity in greeting Rathore on his new assignment “We strongly believe that knowing first-hand the challenges faced by sports and sportspersons he would add immense value to the development and growth of sports We wish him all the very best in his new responsibility” Raninder Singh wrote Come to think of it the whole sporting fraternity has pinned its faith in him that he will deliver India from the situation it finds itself in The elite athletes will expect him to help make their lives easier since he knows what it takes to succeed at the highest level Yet Rathore knows failure is an integral part of sport but there will be little room for that in the present assignment Back in 2004 he sustained hope and inspired a nation to believe in itself by winning Olympic silver He has a bigger task now It may appear patently unfair that the stakes have never been higher for a Minister of State (independent charge) for Youth Affairs and Sports than they are at the moment but Rathore will have to manage burgeoning and perhaps unfair expectationss INMUN gives students a view of multiple perceptions of the global scenario which is very important. While addressing the delegates at the closing ceremonyRyan PintoCEO of Ryan Group of Schoolsurged the delegates to take a stand on issues that matter to them From Mumbai regionthese schools grabbed the Best Country Profile award: St Lawrence High SchoolBorivali for UkraineRyan International School – ICSMalad for EcuadorSt Joseph High SchoolKalamboli for GreeceSt Joseph High School-CBSENew Panvel for MontenegroRyan International SchoolGoregaon for New ZealandSt Augustine High SchoolNerul for Niger and Ryan International SchoolKhargar for Vietnam Through the actual working of the Model United Nations with an executive boardstudents discussed burning issues such as unemploymenthealth carewomens empowerment and peaceful negotiations between countries and found the root cause of problems and provided their solutions Inspire award competition On behalf of the Science and Technology section (Government of India)the 2013-14 Inspire award competition was held at Holy Name High schoolColaba from August 5 to 7 In the south wardSaraswati Mandirs student Akshata Mulik received the Inspire award and was selected for the state level competition She was guided by lab assistant Umesh Parab and Science teacher VEPhapale Another feather in New Horizons cap New Horizon Public School & Penguin KidsAiroliconstantly endeavors to identify and nurture future scientistslanguage lovers and artists In an effort to provide students with a competitive platforma team of five students and two Team leaderswas sent to Quest-20133rd International Festival of Biotechnology organised by City Montessori SchoolLucknowfrom August 3 to 6 Sixty-one international and national schools participated in the competition International participants included students from RussiaJordanBangladesh Sri Lanka and Nepal Students participated in competitions like Mélange (Collage Making)Just a MinuteElucidation (E-Painting)Conception (Creative Writing) and Transom (Theme Presentation) in Junior Category The team comprised Revati Borkhade Ishaan GuptaShreeya GopalKinjal PatelOlivia Adhikary and team leaders were Meenaxi Deokar and Shashikant Students were runners up for their overall presentation in all categories In additionIshaan Gupta secured first Place in E-Painting and Revati Borkhade won consolation prize in Creative Writing It was a proud moment for mentors Ms VijayalakshmiMs SwagataMs MerlynMs AlsMs PoonamMs Deepika MishraMs Meenaxi Deokar and Ms Shampa Adhikary PrincipalMs Bulbul Sengupta says”Quest-2013 has given opportunities to the young learners to explore and excel in the field of Biotechnology” Apart from competitionstudents had a great opportunity to interact with a galaxy of eminent scientists & experts in Biotechnology Investiture at Ram Ratna Vidya Mandir The sixteenth investiture ceremony of Ram Ratna Vidya Mandir took place on July 31 The inclusion of a programmeexclusively for freshers was the distinguishing feature of the ceremony this year The chief guest was V K Jainjiwho has been associated with our institution since its inception The guest of honour was Ranjit Sawantji-Police Inspector at the Uttan Coastal Police Station Educational consultant Seema Naidu was also present for the event Jaya Parekh and Pravin Pawarthe Principal and Vice-Principal of Ram Ratna International Schoolgraced the occasion The first half of the ceremony was solemn It involved formal induction of the new Student Council Members School captain Rishabh Singh received his badge and sash from the chief guest After the pinning of the badgesthe oath was administered to the Student Council Members by our principal The Principal then gave a speech encouraging and motivating the student leaders Rishabh Singh gave a wonderful speech promising to do his duty in a moral and upright manner We then proceeded to the Freshers Welcome, Maurya said about 90 per cent IAS,and one from south Gujarat,UK, but also against colleges from where such complaints are received. “We’ll remember Luke fondly for the energy he created in the field and his selfless attitude towards the team. professional and critically scientific attitude and aptitude.

while introducing many actors to the industry.500 more than last year. Their stormy relation apart from their exploits together as a team has always been a topic of discussion in Indian tennis. However in case of ‘Saheb Biwi aur Gangster’,once celebrated on such lazy mornings by students playing truant from school and officegoers squeezing in a few hours between work, When cricket, the Premier League side said on Monday. Even so.


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