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the prosecution could not adequately put across the reasons why this court should not substitute a monetary fine in place of a jail sentence, for allegedly assaulting an assistant commissioner of UP Housing and Development Board last week. the accused decided to “scare” him by assaulting him, Priyanka was a regular visitor to his house during election campaigns and sources informed that Mishra would speak his mind before Sonia even during public meetings. download Indian Express App ?it is one where the Congress?with a Congress CM all the way till 1983.Germany didn’t concede a goal in their last two games, Her score is 2 under par. # Badminton men’s singles bronze medal match: Axelsen makes a comeback in the second set Trounce Lin Dan 21-10 Exciting turn of events here We are ready for the third set now # Badminton men’s singles bronze medal match: China’s Lin Dan takes on Denmark’s Axelsen Viktor in the men’s badminton singles The two are competing for Bronze Lin already has the upper hand after winning the first set 21-15 But Victor is pushing for a third set with a comeback in the second set BUILD UP # PV Sindhu clinches historic silver others disappoint on day 14 Sandeep Kumar ended 35th among 49 competitors and his time was 26 minutes 57 seconds behind gold medallist Matej Toth of Slovakia (Source: Reuters) P V Sindhu became the country’s first-ever woman silver medal winner in the Olympic Games after coming second best against world champion Carolina Marin of Spain in a pulsating clash for the gold in the badminton singles on day 14 of competition However India continued to face setbacks on the athletics track and in men’s wrestling in which Sandeep Tomar got eliminated in the first round after medal hope Narsingh Yadav was ejected from the Games Village without getting on the mat following the CAS ruling to ban him for four years for a doping violation back home in June Narsingh had been exonerated by the National Anti-Doping Agency after a hearing at home to put him on the flight to Rio but the World Anti-Doping Agency challenged the verdict in the Court of Arbitration for Sports and a marathon four-hour hearing was held before he was thrown out of the Olympics It was heartbreak time for Sindhu whose dream to win what would have been only the second individual gold medal for India in Olympics history was dashed as she went down with guns blazing against the world no 1 Spaniard in the final The 21-year-old Indian woman’s gallant attempt to emulate the eight-year-old feat of shooter Abhinav Bindra and join him in the list of Olympic champions was foiled as the Indian world no 10 crumbled under the tremendous pressure created by Marin to lose 21-19 12-21 15-21 Sindhu thus became the fourth Indian to win a silver at the Olympics after shooters Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore (2004 Athens) and Vijay Kumar (2012 London) and wrestler Sushil Kumar (2012 London) The two-time World championship bronze medallist also became the fifth woman player from India to win a medal in Olympics history and the first to clinch a silver She is also the youngest Indian to win a medal at the Olympics Weightlifter Karnam Malleshwari (2000 Sydney) boxer MC Mary Kom (2012 London) shuttler Saina Nehwal (2012 London) and wrestler Sakshi Malik (Rio 2016) are the other women players from India to clinch a medal in the quadrennial sports spectacle Away from Sidhu’s heroics Tomar lost to two-time World Champion Victor Lebedev of Russia 3-7 in the 57 kg category and got ousted from the men’s freestyle wrestling when Lebedev was beaten 1-6 in his next encounter against Sabzali Hassan Rahimi of Iran Had Lebedev progressed to the final Tomar would have been given a fresh lease of life to fight for the bronze through repechage but it was not to be and he got eliminated In athletics the Indians a host of whom had taken the flight to this Brazilian city through the qualification process continued to flounder in the face of quality of competition much beyond their reach Race walkers Sandeep Kumar (men’s 50km walk) and Khushbir Kaur (women’s 20km walk) finished well behind the top bunch in the 34th and 54th positions clocking poor timings of 4 hours 7 minutes and 55 seconds and one hour 40 minutes and 33 seconds respectively Khushbir’s time in the 63-strong competition was more than seven minutes off her personal best of 1:3307 that had earned the country a second place at the Incheon Asian Games in 2014 Sandeep Kumar who had a fourth place finish at the Asian Games ended 35th among 49 competitors and his time was 26 minutes 57 seconds behind gold medallist Matej Toth of Slovakia The Army man from Haryana was nowhere close to his personal best of 3:5622 a national record he had set in the IAAF Race Walking Team Championship in Taicang China two years ago Another woman walker Sapna Punia with a personal best of 1:3356 could not even finish Later the men’s team was disqualified in the 4x400M relay and the women’s 4x400M relay team finished seventh and also failed to make the cut for the finals The women’s team of Nirmala Sheoran Tintu Luka M R Poovamma and Anilda Thomas clocked three minutes 2933 seconds to finish just above Cuba in Heat 2 in a field of eight teams Worse was in store later in the evening when the men’s quarter-mile quartet of Muhammed Puthanpurakkal Muhammad Anas Ayyasamy Dharun and Rajiv Arokia was disqualified for a baton exchange violation India have now only five contingent members remaining in fray including woman golfer Aditi Ashok who has dropped off to the tied 31st spot with two others after carding a third round show of 8 over par 79 which gave her an overall tally of two over 215 going into today’s fourth and final round of 18 holes In athletics India now have three marathoners left in the fray — Nitendra Singh Rawat Kheta Ram and Gopi T as they compete on the concluding day of the Games tomorrow The only wrestler left in the fray is London Olympics bronze medallist Yogeshwar Dutt who will also step on the mat on the final day For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Adil Akhzer | Chandigarh | Published: January 13 2017 6:40 am Top News THE UNION health ministry has asked Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER) to issue a “warning” to its Medical Superintendent Dr Anil Kumar Gupta in a case where he allegedly “disobeyed the ministry orders” and went ahead on an assignment with the World Health Organisation (WHO) in Nepal in 2014 According to the ministry’s final decision Gupta will have to pay one-third of his fees which he charged from WHO WATCH WHAT ELSE IS IN THE NEWS Gupta was charge-sheeted last year by the PGI administration Soon after he submitted his reply the PGI sent the file to the health ministry to take a final call on the decision Sources told the Chandigarh Newsline on Thursday that PGIMER has received a communication from the ministry about the case which is now “closed” “They have asked us to issue a warning to MS in the case He will also have to pay one-third of the fees he charged from WHO for the assignment” said a PGI source adding that the PGI administration has not issued any letter to Gupta in this regard so far When contacted Gupta told Chandigarh Newsline that he has no information about the health ministry’s decision In 2014 Gupta went to Nepal on a WHO assignment for three months The visit led to a controversy after then Health Minister Harsh Vardhan expressed “surprise” during the governing body meeting of the hospital about Gupta taking leave without permission The then PGI Director Dr Yogesh Chawla was directed to initiate “regular departmental proceedings” against Gupta Acting on the direction former PGI director issued a charge-sheet last year in which Gupta was asked to explain why action should not be taken against him In his reply Gupta said he had taken permission from the competent authority before proceeding on the assignment The file was then sent to the Union health ministry for a final decision For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top News I wanted to bring the two energies.

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