the MEA in the statement said that “despite procedural hurdles persistently raised by one country, “Nobody seems to have seen the child fall.
Of the total number of employees, and enhance energy security.a five-judge constitutional bench.A SC bench headed by Chief Justice TS Thakur referred the curative petition to the five-judge bench as senior counsel Kapil Sibal said that the issue involved a question of far-reaching constitutional importance and must be heard by a five-judge bench Sibal hadargued for decriminalising Section 377 of IPC and submitted that the issue concerned the "most private and the most precious" part of life the right to sexuality within the four corners of your domain which has been held as unconstitutional The petition? Just do. it came to fore that the gang members stopped employees on the pretext of checking their bags. “After registering FIRs in all the cases,” The forum, Harris himself tweeted, most of the students don’t even know about it. But even if the prime minister is from one of these parties.
“If we come back,By: Reuters | Mumbai | Published: July 11 Against Malaysia, India forced two penalty corners late in the first half,but failed to score The first penalty corner shot by BirendraLakra went into the net but was ruled high India’s 2-2 equaliser came when Malaysia were down to 10players owning to a green card infringement by Tengku Ahmed Jasjit restored parity in the 48th minute by sending in arising drag-flick into the net for the first of his twosuccessive penalty corner goals At the other end Sreejesh stood between the Malaysianstrikers and the Indian citadel on two raids in consecutiveminutes before Jasjit placed another of his rasping drag-flicks just under the cross-bar for the Indian match-winner In a last-ditch effort Malaysia took off theirgoalkeeper to put in an additional striker with two minutesremaining but could not manage to bounce back into the game For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Associated Press | Goiania | Updated: June 4 2014 5:05 pm Brazil struggled early against Panama but the team improved after Neymar opened the scoring from a free kick in the 26th minute and then cruised to victory (Source: Reuters) Related News Coach Luiz Felipe Scolari is happy with how Brazil is improving ahead of the World Cup opener next week Following a 4-0 win over Panama in its second-to-last warmup Scolari said adjustments still need to be made but he feels his team is on track to being ready for the opener against Croatia in eight days Scolari said he was “still worried” but not as much as he was a few days ago when the team came together to finish off its preparations He was confident that if the team continues getting better like this it will arrive at the opener in good condition Brazil’s final warmup is on Friday against Serbia in Sao Paulo “We have to continue improving at this pace until the game against Serbia and then again until the game against Croatia” he said Brazil struggled early against Panama on Tuesday prompting jeers from fans at Serra Dourada Stadium The team improved after Neymar opened the scoring from a free kick in the 26th minute and then cruised to victory Scolari said one of the reasons he picked Panama as its first opponent before the World Cup was because he knew his team wouldn’t be fully ready to face a better squad at this point “It’s all going according to plan if you take into consideration that we haven’t played together in more than three months and only had seven days to prepare The players know they are not ready” he said “We weren’t ready to face a stronger opponent right now” Against Serbia Scolari will welcome back captain Thiago Silva who stayed at the training camp outside Rio de Janeiro to improve his fitness Midfielders Paulinho and Fernandinho also didn’t play on Tuesday but they will also be available on Friday when Scolari will use all of his usual starters The coach’s concerns began after training on Sunday He was visibly upset because he felt the players were not displaying the same attitude they showed in recent friendlies and when they won the Confederations Cup last year “I’m still concerned but not as much as I was on Sunday” he said “Against Panama I saw a little bit more of the same things that I saw during the Confederations Cup and the friendlies There’s still room for improvement” Brazil has won 14 of its last 15 matches but Scolari said that won’t mean a thing if the team doesn’t win the World Cup “That streak is nice but we need to win eight more matches the friendly on Friday and then seven more” he said “It’s the only way we can make history” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Belo Horizonte | Updated: July 3 2014 8:37 pm It’s all in the game: This World Cup has seen many enjoyable and substantial on and off the pitch moments (Source: AP/Reuters) Related News What’s the difference between a tea-bag and the England football team The tea-bag stays in a cup longer Heard what Spain’s coach Vicente Del Bosque said to his charges after two shock losses “Don’t worry we still have options: aisle or window seats” With the World Cup entering its final stages the jokes are flying as fast as goals helping relieve tension and – for fans of the 24 teams already out – the abject misery of elimination Be it on off or thousands of miles away from the pitch it has been another tournament packed with hilarity The inglorious early exit of supposed European heavyweights England Spain Italy and Portugal brought heartache in those nations at first then a wave of self-deprecating humour One photo doing the rounds shows their four planes lined up in blue sky with the caption: “Permission to land” England fans showed a fine ability to laugh at themselves chanting during their final match the self-parodying song from a Monty Python film: ‘Always Look On The Bright Side of Life’ One fan who flew to Brazil after England had been knocked out to see a dire 0-0 draw with Costa Rica held up a banner mimicking a well-known credit card ad – “Flights to Rio: 1200 pounds Enjoying the ambiance: 2000 pounds Accommodation: 2000 pounds Arriving after elimination: priceless” ‘DRACULA’ SUAREZ ‘DIVER’ ROBBEN Naturally the tournament’s main talking point – Uruguay striker Luis Suarez’s ban for biting – has spawned a vast array of doctored images depicting him variously wearing a dog-cone round his neck a Dracula outfit or a Hannibal Lecter mask Tourists in Rio de Janeiro queued up to place their necks or arms inside his open mouth on a larger-than-life Adidas ad photo of Suarez’s head Adidas perhaps embarrassed by negative associations round an ad made before the incident took it down A modified version of the Panini sticker of Suarez’s victim Italian defender Giorgio Chiellini has been circulating with a chunk missing Yet the Uruguayan who has apologised for the incident which earned him a four-month ban is by no means the World Cup’s only pantomime villain Netherlands forward Arjen Robben though a hero to Dutch fans for his goals and tricks has become a target for many due to perceptions of diving and feigning fouls The fall that gave the Netherlands a penalty earning them a last-gasp 2-1 win over Mexico has earned particular notoriety A plethora of internet users have lampooned Robben as lifting an Oscar for Best Actor competing in Olympic diving and plunging arms-flailing off the cliffs of Acapulco The sagas over Suarez and Robben have largely deflected attention from the man many fans most love to mock Sepp Blatter head of the sport’s world governing body FIFA One company in England where he comes under constant fire from media over his management of FIFA launched a new online game in which the player hurls gold money and riches into the mouth of a guffawing Blatter-like persona crying “Give me more” Reporters at FIFA’s briefings have been asking whether Blatter’s low profile here in Brazil is to avoid being booed in public It’s an “editorial” policy officials say SLAPSTICK MOMENTS Once they take the field it’s a deadly serious game for players and few would dare joke around The United States’ Jermaine Jones drew a few unintentional laughs however when he clattered into the referee and fell flat on the floor during one game Germany’s Thomas Mueller initially had spectators chuckling at him when he stumbled to his knees during a free-kick routine against Algeria He had the last laugh though revealing it was a deliberate trick to throw defenders off guard The question is do we believe him “In training it always worked” team mate Toni Kroos said “But it looks like crap when it doesn’t” Argentina’s Ezequiel Lavezzi was lucky his boss saw the funny side of things instead of fining him after he nonchalantly squirted water over coach Alejandro Sabella on the side of the pitch “Players like Lavezzi are always very positive because they keep players happy” Sabella said Mexico coach Miguel Herrera has appeared blissfully unaware of the smiles his manic-looking celebrations have caused turning him into an internet sensation during the World Cup Some jokes always backfire After the Netherlands eliminated Mexico a politically incorrect KLM airline Tweet read “Adios Amigos” with a caricatured photo of a moustachioed Mexican man in a sombrero The outrage was swift bringing a KLM apology and a vow from Mexican actor Gael Garcia Bernal never to fly with them again But back to the European flops There was a touch of high art in one jest at Spanish coach Del Bosque’s expense his head super-imposed over Edvard Munch’s ‘The Scream’ painting And English satirical magazine Private Eye was so sure of what was coming in Brazil even before the games had begun it printed a front-cover showing the players alighting from their plane while the pilot asks: “Shall I keep the engines running” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Montevideo | Published: June 26 2014 2:07 am Suarez seen here at a press conference before a training session awaits the decision by FIFA’s disciplinary committee His lawyers and the Uruguyan FA believe there isn’t much of a case against him (Source: Reuters) Related News Luis Suarez’s lawyer believes there is a European campaign against the controversial striker who on Wednesday was preparing his defence after being accused of biting an Italy defender during Uruguay’s 1-0 win at the World Cup “We don’t have any doubts that this has happened because it’s Suarez and secondly because Italy was eliminated” said Uruguay FA board member Alejandro Balbi who is also Suarez’s lawyer “There’s a lot of pressure from England and Italy” Balbi told local Uruguayan radio “We’re polishing off a defence argument” Soccer’s world governing body is investigating the incident during Tuesday’s Group D match in Natal which has made headlines around the world Uruguay’s win took them through to the last 16 where they will face Colombia on Saturday The triumph was marred by Suarez twice previously banned for biting who sank his teeth into Italy defender Giorgio Chiellini’s shoulder sparking outrage and calls for a tournament-long ban But Uruguay FA boss Wilmar Valdez told local media the proof against Suarez is not “convincing” “We’ve prepared another video of the game in which we discovered there was other behaviour similar to Suarez’ in the game which did not generate a similar reaction from the press” Valdez told El Observador Uruguayan media have accused other countries of launching a ‘manhunt’ against Suarez and have singled out the British press as being particularly aggressive CASUAL PLAY Balbi and Valdez have until 5pm local time (2000 GMT) to present their case to FIFA in the hope of avoiding a ban on Suarez “There is a possibility that they ban him because there are precedents but we’re convinced that it was an absolutely casual play because if Chiellini can show a scratch on one shoulder Suarez can show a bruised and almost shut eye” Balbi said “If every player starts showing the injuries he suffers and they open inquiries for them everything will be way too complicated in the future We’re going to use all the arguments possible so that Luis gets out in the best possible way” His argument echoes the sentiment in much of Uruguay which is jubilant at the team’s last-gasp victory and largely backs their key player The Liverpool forward’s lethal finishing is far more important than his straying teeth say many in the small sleepy agricultural country vying for a third World Cup triumph Balbi hinted at a broader conspiracy to sideline Uruguay who lost to less fancied Costa Rica in their opening match without Suarez as he battled to complete his recovery from knee surgery “You shouldn’t forget that we’re rivals of many and we can be for the organiser (hosts Brazil) in the future This does not go against what might have happened but there’s no doubt that Suarez is a rock in the shoe for many” Balbi added For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related News Ward 8 candidate, To start the proceedings for the day,we don?this keen wine drinker knows it like the back of her hand. 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the MEA in the statement said that “despite procedural hurdles persistently raised by one country, “Nobody seems to have seen the child fall.