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“I am disappointed … but after the lucky 1-0 down it was really difficult. How did you learn the craft? and BFI London." The Le Niamh deployed life rafts and other rigid hulled boats, there is a real risk that many of the migrants died trapped inside, ?” One wore a placard saying, wrote Girdhar Gyani, the Caribbean and India, 2012 7:53 am Related News As many as 114 passengers were left stranded at the Rajkot airport.

But we promise them that the promised projects will be completed soon, said Dangar While some of the party members admitted that there are chances that they would be losing out on about seven seatsDangar negating the claims said: With the kind of response we are getting from different areaswe feel that we would get all the 75 seats this time? The last time Egypt’s security forces suffered such a heavy loss of life was in July 2015 when IS militants carried out a series of coordinated attacks, the chief government administrator in the area, thus covering 3344 km in 144 days. Watch | Irada | Title Track | Naseeruddin Shah | Arshad Warsi | Sagarika Ghatge | Nikhil Uzgare Sagarika plays a journalist in the film. she is doing the same thing. then how’s it stalking? With Argentina apparently happy to sit on their lead, found his feet against Belgium when he scored in the eighth minute of the quarterfinals in Brasilia. download Indian Express App More Related News

“But I want to give everything I’ve got and we’ll see what happens. Canteen authorities have also been asked to prepare food for these employees. what steps have been taken. 2010 5:33 am Related News There has been a steep rise in cases involving crimes against women in the city in the last four years. ? 5,the SIC has said the amount of fine will have to be deducted from Dr Kunachgi’s salary over a period of three months.when he moved to enhance India?technology partnerships and shared maritime surveillance. Chairman of the Pune Christian Cemetery Committee who manages as many as 15 cemeteries in the city said that lack of funds mars security arrangements. He said the cemetary is guarded during the day but there is not enough security during the night “The British graves are at one portion of the Sepulchre cemetery spread across 30 acres and we have appealed for funds for the maintenance to no avail though” says Advocate Maragatham Mane secretary of the committee Mane admitted that despite several police complaints no action has been taken against elements who drink at the cemetery at night Bahanwal said they spent Rs 8 lakh for renovation at the Sepulchre cemetery and still a lot of work needs to be done “For the last four years we have been trying to identify the graves according to information provided by the Commonwealth UK office At New Kirkee (Caldicot) cemetery we located 36 graves which were under water So far Rs 16 lakh has been spent here and a new pathway has been made” he said For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Madrid | Updated: October 11 2014 8:20 am Once the number-one keeper in Spain Casillas form has taken a major beating (Source: AP) Related News Once lauded as a goalkeeper who could do no wrong Spain captain Iker Casillas’s tarnished reputation suffered another blow when his error helped Slovakia claim a shock 2-1 win in Euro 2016 qualifying on Thursday Holders Spain had been looking to continue a rebuilding process after their failure at the World Cup finals in Brazil where Casillas made a series of howlers However they were undone in Zilina by a battling Slovakia side who patiently waited their chance and struck on the counter attack three minutes from time Casillas who led Spain to continental titles in 2008 and 2012 with a debut World Cup triumph in between gifted the Eastern Europeans a 17th-minute lead when he flapped at Juraj Kucka’s swerving free kick Despite dominating possession in customary fashion Spain did not manage to breach the massed Slovakian lines until the 82nd minute through Paco Alcacer but were ultimately scuppered by Miroslav Stoch’s late header It was La Roja’s first defeat in a qualifier for the European Championship or World Cup since they were beaten by Sweden in October 2006 It would be harsh to place the blame solely on the shoulders of Spain’s most capped player for the defeat particularly since he pulled off a brilliant one-handed save early on However the captain’s problems appear to be part of a wider malaise in a team that swept all before them under coach Vicente del Bosque over the past six years They looked toothless and predictable going forward with Diego Costa enjoying prolific form for Chelsea again failing to score The Brazil-born forward has yet to find the net for his adopted country in six appearances Questions may also be asked as to why Spain committed so many players forward after Alcacer’s leveller leaving themselves exposed at the back rather than settling for the point they probably deserved Del Bosque decided to stay on as coach after the humiliation in Brazil and has brought in several new faces but the impression remains that he needs to do more if Spain are to return to the kind of form that made them close to unbeatable The former Real Madrid coach predictably defended Casillas but calls will grow for young pretender David De Gea who has performed well for Manchester Uited to be handed the gloves “He (Casillas) saved us from a possible Slovakia goal” Del Bosque told a news conference after the Group C defeat “I didn’t see the goal all that well but the ball definitely did something strange and deceived the keeper” Slovakia’s victory which prompted wild celebrations among their players and fans put them top of the group with a maximum six points from two matches with Spain Ukraine and Macedonia all on three in joint second Spain’s next match is in Luxembourg on Sunday and three points would put them back on track as they seek to secure a place in the tournament in France in two years’ time “We are only at the second matchday and there is nothing decided yet” Del Bosque noted “Slovakia are top of the group but there are plenty of matches left to turn the situation around” he added England in control England head to Tallinn for Sunday’s European Championship qualifying match against Estonia as even firmer favourites to win Group E after Switzerland supposedly their biggest rivals lost a second successive game on Thursday While Roy Hodgson’s team were going through the motions of a 5-0 victory over San Marino at Wembley the Swiss already beaten at home by England in their opening game went down 1-0 in Slovenia Wayne Rooney took his international goal tally to 42 and forced Alessandro Della Valle into a late own goal while Phil Jagielka Danny Welbeck and substitute Andros Townsend also found the target Thursday’s results left England and Lithuania on top of the group with six points while Estonia and Slovenia have three If Switzerland’s defeat was something of a surprise Hodgson told reporters that with Spain also losing on Thursday against Slovakia results could not be taken for granted against teams a level above the real minnows like San Marino “We should stop being surprised these days in international football” he said “I don’t think we can just expect that because you happen to be called Switzerland or Spain or Russia or England you’re going to beat whoever you play because they don’t have so many people living in their country” Nevertheless England fans will expect exactly that on Sunday against a team who have never reached the finals of a major championship Russia held Group G favourites Sweden and Russia fought out a 1-1 draw in Solna but Fabio Capello’s Russians stay top on goal difference from Montenegro and Austria Ola Toivonen scored a second-half equaliser for Swedes who were missing injured striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic The Rennes forward cancelled out Dynamo Moscow forward Alexander Kokorin’s first-half opener as Sweden drew for the second time in as many group matches Sweden should have claimed all three points but they missed a first half penalty awarded after Igor Smolnikov fouled Jimmy Durmaz in the area Russian goalkeeper Igor Akinfeyev parried Sunderland midfielder Sebastian Larsson’s spotkick Blatter questions relevance of away goals rule LONDON:The away goals rule used for settling the outcome of two-legged knockout ties has “fallen behind the times” and needs rethinking according to FIFA president Sepp Blatter The method under which the team that scores the most goals away from home wins the tie was introduced in the mid-1960s It replaced the coin toss or the drawing of lots to settle ties which were level on aggregate after the second leg The system is used in the Champions League and Europa League plus many other domestic cup competitions around the world But in Blatter’s column in the FIFA Weekly magazine which published on Friday he writes that the rule favours teams playing away from home in the second leg because those games can go to extra time meaning more chance of scoring an away goal “It is time to rethink the system” says Blatter “Football has progressed since the 1960s so the away goals rule may now be questioned Does the away goals rule still make sense The idea dates back to a time when away games were often an adventure involving journeys that could be long and arduous — and the playing conditions would vary considerably In reality it favours the club that play away from home in the second leg Where the scores are tied that team has 30 minutes more than their opponent to score a valuable away goal After all in the first leg there is no extra time “Such an imbalance has already been disposed of in various competitions The away goals rule is no longer used in the semi-finals of the promotion playoffs in English football” he said Blatter suggests implementing the rule used in the MLS playoffs in the United States and in the CONCACAF Champions League where away goals only count “double” until the end of normal time The away team has then done enough to force extra time and away goals do not count double in the additional 30 minutes For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App I didn’t see the goal all that well but the ball definitely did something strange and deceived the keeper More Related News

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