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After watching the film, BADHAI ! Amitabh Bachchan (@SrBachchan) August 18 2016 Goal of Team India at the Olympics: Rio jao Selfies lo Khaali haat wapas aao What a waste of money and opportunity Shobhaa De (@DeShobhaa) August 8 2016 Shah Rukh and Aamir Khan also congratulated Sindhu on her win “Sakshi…Sindhu… Dono ko Salaam” tweeted Shah Rukh Khan Aamir Khan also took to Twitter to write “Way to go Sindhu Congratulations You have made India proud! All the very best for the finals Lovea” Sindhu will now play Carolina Marin of Spain for gold on Friday Sindhu made her way into the semis by defeating world number two Wang Yihan of China in the quarter-finals For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Mihir Vasavda | Sonepat | Updated: February 10 2017 9:22 am Jitender at the SAI Centre in Sonepat Top News Jitender was convinced the liquid offered to him by the pharmacist was an energy drink The ‘rotund bespectacled’ salesman had told him so and the then teenaged wrestler from Haryana’s Jhajjar district had no reason to doubt him At least that’s how Jitender’s version of the story goes A couple of weeks later in December 2012 he won the silver medal in the 74kg category at the national championship in Gonda As is the case with most medal winners the anti-doping officials collected his urine sample which returned positive Jitender was slapped a two-year suspension and the grappler’s fledging career looked over even before he could spread his wings India vs Bangladesh live score Jitender now 23 has got a new lease of life He rather incredibly finds himself back in the Indian team – and on the plane to Iran for next week’s World Cup – because of a failed dope test of another wrestler Narsingh Yadav “My coach always told me good things happen to good people” says Jitender as he cools down after a few routine training drills at the Sports Authority of India’s Sonepat centre The six-foot tall wrestler is dripping in sweat after a couple of dozen rope climbs There’s a tiny blood clot on his right ear which he ‘guesses’ is due to one of those sparring sessions “It’s that kind of a sport You pick up so many injuries that you can’t remember which one is which” And he wouldn’t care less At times he still has to pinch himself to realise that he is actually part of the national camp and is not day dreaming Two years ago being part of the national team and travelling for the World Cup was not even a dream as Jitender went from one dangal to another to make both ends meet and stay in touch with the sport during his ban At a dangal during the period when he was banned for a doping violation Express When he received the suspension order from the National Anti Doping Agency in December 2012 Jitender had decided not to return to the mat again “For the first few days I didn’t step out of my room Ultimately my coach Jaiveer dragged me a local akhara I couldn’t hold back my tears when I saw those children wrestle” Jitender says “I had lost two most crucial years I had spent 10 years of my life doing just one thing and now suddenly I was told I couldn’t do it anymore” But his coach had a plan That evening Jaiveer and Jitender sat down with a calendar and marked the dates when local dangals – both mud and mat – would take place Since this form does not come under any governing body as such a suspended wrestler can take part in it Bharat Kesari titles So over the next 12 months Jitender travelled to various corners of the country looking for wrestlers who were ready to challenge him He claims to have won 12 titles including the Bharat Kesari and Bharat Kumar crowns “That helped me a lot It brought me out of depression and kept me connected to the sport” His ban was lifted in December 2014 and he made a winning return clinching the gold medal at the 2015 Kerala National Games Later that year he followed it up with a national championship gold But those tasks were easier as neither Narsingh nor Sushil Kumar were a part of the tournaments Once they returned Jitender was automatically pushed to the background “But it was okay I guess I learnt a lot from Sushil Last year we spent a few days together at the camp He saw that I was slightly on the heavier side so advised me to cut down on ghee and have honey with warm water That coupled with disciplined training with him resulted in some weight loss” says Jitender who won a Commonwealth Championship gold last year and managed a fourth-place finish at the Asian Championships Soon though the wrestling camp would descend into turmoil The infamous episode between Sushil and Narsingh is still a topic of intrigue here “That time I wasn’t in the camp I had an ankle surgery and gone home After I returned there was an atmosphere of fear” he says “Aisi bhi harkat ho jaati hai toh acha nahi lagta Kisika bharosa nahi kar sakte (It’s not good if something like this happens You can’t trust anyone)” His injury meant Parveen Rana was preferred as a back up to Narsingh (and preferred over Sushil) at the Rio Olympics And once again with fate siding with him injury to Rana has resulted in him being the number one choice in this controversy-laden weight category Jitender has no qualms in saying that the guilty should be punished in the Sushil-Narsingh case Having served a dope ban himself he can relate to the emotional turmoil Narsingh would have gone through “Mujhe pata hai woh kitna dukhi hoga…kaise khud ko samjhata hoga (I know how sad he would be…how he would be convincing himself)” he says shaking his head Spontaneously he repeats the words his coach Jaiveer told him when he was suspended “Good things happen to good people” he says staring down at the wrestling mat “You know the chemist who sold me that liquid his shop was shut months after I was suspended” he looks up smiling “Well bad things happen to bad people too” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top News” suggested another official.com For all the latest Opinion News, said Sethiya,Neelabh and I had worked together on a book earlier called Indian by Choice and we had such a good understanding that no other name came to my mind.2011,a pair of old women? There is need for an international law to prevent such films and cartoons… Such acts disturb world peace. Madrasa leader Siddiquallah Chowdhury said his organisation wanted to highlight several serious issues.Written by Avinash Nair | Ahmedabad | Published: June 20

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By signing the petition, An earlier circular (March 3) tightened the window for submitting inspection reports.then,Salman Khan’s ‘Raped Woman’ Comment Was Unfortunate, 70 cr. Let’s not forgetit’s not the filmbut the price that fails For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNitish Kumar has been sworn in as Bihar chief minister for the sixth time in 12 years The Janata Dal (United) chief in a surprising move deserted the Grand Alliance and is all set to form the government in Bihar with the Bharatiya Janata Party Here is a look at Nitish’s political career: File image of Nitish Kumar PTI On 3 March 2000 the then Samata Party leader Nitish Kumar was sworn in as Bihar chief minister The then Bihar governor VC Pande’s move to invite Nitish to form the government had come under criticism from Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) the Congress and the CPM File image of Nitish Kumar PTI On 24 November 2005 Nitish staged a comeback as state chief minister with the support of BJP He was elected leader of the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) in Patna He became the 33rdchief minister of Bihar with BJP leader Sushil Kumar Modi as the deputy chief minister of the JD(U)-BJP coalition government File image of Nitish Kumar PTI Presiding over the top most post in the state Nitish Kumar on 26 November 2010 became Bihar chief ministerfor the second consecutive time Nitish-led National Democratic Alliance had won the polls in the state bagging 206 of the 243 seats The BJPhad said that it made Nitish the chief minister then in recognition of "his popularity and credibility on which it rode" on to bag 91 seats JD(U) chief Nitish Kumar Image courtesy: CM Bihar On 22 February 2015 Nitish took oath as the Bihar chief minister for the fourth time Nitish had succeeded Jitan Ram Manjhi who had resigned from his office on 20February 2015 Nitish Kumar Image courtesy: CM Bihar On 20 November 2015 Nitish Kumar took oath as Bihar’s 35th chief minister TheGrand Alliance had won 178 of the 243 seats in the Bihar Assembly The Nitish Kumar-led Grand Alliance emerged as the clear winner with the largest vote share of nearly 46 percent as against NDA’s nearly 34 percent? and will decide the constitutionality of Section 377 later. a veteran of many battles who transformed the group between 1991 and 2012 from fiefdoms of satraps to a salt-to-software conglomerate with a global footprint. When he took over in 1991.

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