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This decision was conveyed to CITCO in 2006 For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsLondon: New Crystal Palace manager Frank de Boer believes his disappointing spell as Inter Milan coach has prepared him ideally for the ultra-competitive Premier League The 47-year-old Dutch footballing great – who was capped 112 times and won the 1995 Champions League with the outstanding Ajax side under Louis van Gaal – told ‘The Times’ he is proud to be crossing swords with the likes of Jose Mourinho and Pep Guardiola both of whom he knew when he played for Barcelona Frank de Boer with Crystal Palace chairman Steve Parish AFP "With the coaches here you want to be here and that’s why I’m very proud" said de Boer who was at the Catalan giants from 1999-2003 "A friend of mine congratulated me saying ‘You can be very proud you’re one of the 20 managers of the Premier League the best league in the world the most watched of the world’" De Boer – who along with twin brother Ronald were mainstays of a sublimely-talented Dutch national side in the 1990’s and early 2000’s – says he is looking forward to working with Palace chairman Steve Parish and his team as unlike the Chinese owners of Inter they know their football "They have a lot of punishment and reward in China That’s the culture" said de Boer "The owners wanted the players (locked) in the training ground for one week because they lost a game They did – and lost the next game" However de Boer – who suffered the heartbreak of losing on penalties in both the 1998 World Cup and Euro 2000 semi-finals – says the Inter experience made him better at his job "When you come to training grounds you see words messaging that ‘If You Didn’t Fail You Didn’t Learn Anything’" said de Boer who with Ajax became the first coach in Dutch club history to guide a side to four successive league titles (2011-14) "First you have to fail to be better I did It was a good experience I came out as a better manager" ‘Inventive explorers’ De Boer who like Ronald ended his playing career in Qatar has been chosen to fill the vacuum left by Sam Allardyce who stepped down after last season having accomplished his task of preserving Palace’s Premier League status He has been particularly taken by Ivory Coast international wing Wilfried Zaha but insists he is not going to overhaul immediately the ‘Eagles’ counter-attacking style with his more cerebral passing game "That kind of player (Zaha) is the one you come to visit the stadium for" purred de Boer "He can make the difference With the Robbens Messis and Ronaldos you have to get those players in their best position so they can show their qualities "We want to try that with Zaha because he can be decisive He’s shown that already; he’s still young (24) can still improve "We’re not going to go suddenly totally the opposite (to counter-attacking) – that’s suicide "We do it step by step To play possession because it’s fun to have the ball has no purpose" De Boer says being Dutch there will be no problem to slipping into the new way of life and football style that is the Premier League "We (the Dutch) are inventive we were explorers We adapt well" he said By: Express Web Desk | Updated: January 1 2017 9:48 pm Playing for her franchisee Chennai Smashers this is Sindhu’s first loss in the PBL Top News Carolina Marin prevailed over PV Sindhu 11-8 12-14 11-2 in the opening match of the Premier Badminton League 2017 The tie was a close fought one and Marin had won the first game 11-8 But Sindhu made a return by winning the second game 12-14 Even then apart from a long rally for Marin’s fourth point the third set proved to be much lesser of a competition and in the end the Olympic gold medallist blew away Sindhu 11-2 to seal the match Playing for her franchisee Chennai Smashers this is Sindhu’s first loss in the PBL She had six consecutive wins in the first edition of the tournament He 2017 may have got off to a bad start but she was optimistic about her team’s chances Marin was at the top of her game as she deceived Sindhu with some accurate drops and fired in the smashes when required While the Indian kept fighting the unforced errors didn’t do her any favour in the 11-point contest It was technically Marin’s home game as she was representing Hyderabad Hunters But the cheers seemed to be all for Sindhu with the crowd exploding whenever she got a point Her victory proved to be the only bright light thus far for her team as they have gone on to lose the remaining three matches Thus the score at the moment is Hyderabad Hunters 1-3 Chennai Smashers For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Updated: June 24 2016 6:24 pm Vijender Singh said he is happy for those who have made the cut (Source: Express file) Top News With Vikas Krishan making the cutfor Olympics in the 75kg category the door is shut on themuch celebrated Vijender Singh who was eyeing qualificationto Rio ever since the International Boxing Association (AIBA)allowed professional boxers to compete in the quadrennialshowpiece Vikas entered the semifinals of the AIBA World QualifyingTournament in Baku Azerbaijan to book a Rio berth afterout-punching Korea’s Lee Dongyun in the quarterfinals 3-0on Thursday Though disappointed that he would not be able to take ashot at Olympic qualification now Vijender said he is happyfor those who have made the cut “I wish Vikas all the best and I hope he gets a goldmedal in Rio My best wishes are also with Shiva Thapa (56kg)and Manoj Kumar (64kg) who have also qualified for the Games”Vijender told PTI from Manchester “I would have loved to have a shot at Olympicqualification but as things stand now I will continue fighting in the pro arena I am very happy for the boys whohave qualified as they have done it against all odds” addedIndia’s first Olympic medallist who fetched a bronze in the2008 edition of the Games Vijender who also happens to be the country’s firstWorld Championships medallist had expressed a desire to giveOlympic qualification a shot when AIBA flung the doors openfor pro boxers after an extraordinary congress earlier thismonth Vijender will next be seen in action on July 16 when hecompetes for the WBO Asia title belt against Australian KerryHope in the national capital For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsChandigarh | Updated: June 4 2014 2:46 am Related News Not letting problems weigh her down visually impaired Samta a student at the Institute for the Blind in Sector 26 has come out with flying colours in the class X exam of the Punjab School Education Board by scoring 835 per cent marks A resident of Bapudham colony Samta says her key to success was her regular study habit She studied for two to three hours every day “I study at home after school as I cannot play owing to my blindness I do not go out in the sun my eyes hurt in the light” Samta told Newsline While in school she writes her own exams with the help of a braille typewriter she took the board exams with the help of a writer appointed by the board Samta wants to achieve her goal to be an IAS officer “I love history and political science I want to pursue these subjects and be an IAS officer” she said Samta belongs to economically weaker section Her father Shyam Lal is a peon at the Regional Passport Office mother Seema sells posters at the Sector 17 plaza Shyam Lal and Samta’s two elder siblings also suffer from 100 per cent visual impairment since birth while Seema is affected by polio For Shyam Lal it is difficult to bear the expenses of three disabled children but “I will support Samta as long as I can’’ “I had never thought Samta would even pass class X God will definitely help us in our endeavours in the future My son will also start working soon and help us educate Samta” Shyam Lal said Seema added “I have to support the family and teach my kids so I work hard every day’’ Samta’s elder sister Suman also studied at the Institute for the Blind and passed her class XI board exams with 78 per cent marks this year Their brother Vishal is a class XII student at the Model High School Sector 19 Shyam Lal visits the Institute for the Blind every Saturday to polish the shoes of the students He and Vishal also donate blood regularly Shyam Lal has once been honoured by the Social Welfare Department for his work “I have always loved to give all that I can to society It is my duty to work towards the uplift of mankind I don’t like to talk about it as I believe I am still miles away from making any great contribution to society” he said By Agrima Verma For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by MANASI PHADKE | Mumbai | Published: July 15 2013 12:43 am Related News Planning to call for bids before the state elections next yearthe citys development authority has invited experienced consultancy firms to engage in a competition to draft the best concept plan for the proposed memorial of Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar at Indu Mills in Dadar The Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) will scrutinise the submissions of consultantswho will have to prepare a layout plan for an area that is more than four hectaresand shortlist firms Subsequentlythe shortlisted firms will have to draft conceptual proposals for the memorial and battle it out before a state government selection committee We will select the best proposal and then tender it out We expect to call for bids for construction by the end of this year? but it does not invoke chapter 7 of the UN charter, download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Sadaf Modak | Mumbai | Published: March 12.
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Suresh Kumar (58), Peeved at constant complaints regarding harassment at the hands of assistants dealing with the files, The ball is spinning but it needs to be seen how things go,” Rahanesaid India have been scoring big in the Tests and the lower-order continues to play the important role for the side Rahane lauded the contribution from the last four and also praised Sanjay Bangar “It will be a different challenge It’s good to see different batsmen scoring runs and even at the bottom of the players are scoring runs It is good that last four are contributing and credit for that goes to Sanjay Bangar and Raghu in the nets” said the Indian batsman India have been dominating the opposition with their batting and the same was repeated in the first innings of the second Test “We dont look at our opponents For us it is imp to keep our standards high and give our best all time I discussed with Virat(Kohli) that we needed 150-200 runs for a stand to push them on backfoot and thatwhat happened with Pujara” said Rahane “We are talking about that we want to dominate Shikhar (Dhawan) is batting well and (KL) Rahul came in this match We know that if Shikhar and Rahul continue batting like that the middle order can carry that momentum” concluded the right-hander For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Updated: June 11 2017 4:35 pm Sareeka Dhillon is elated with the appreciation she has been getting for her role of a mute girl named Rashmi in TV show Ghulaam Top News TV actor Sareeka Dhillon is elated with the appreciation she has been getting for her role of a mute girl named Rashmi in TV show Ghulaam?” added Rahane. he said. adding that the cause behind the fire is yet to be ascertained. Reuters In a terse letter to Jung on the row over appointment of the DCW chief, Party chief of East Germany, in search of a compromise. which has been banned in the Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province.
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?enhance the level of discretion available to the decision-makers rather than reduce or constrict it.paying Rs 3, “These instructions should be followed in letter and spirit,is difficult to say. Senior lawyers said overriding the Supreme Court ruling is not an option that the government has That only shows the scant respect the government has for the judiciary It is an atrocious thought to override the order? For all the latest Mumbai News, Navy Chief Admiral Sunil Lanba would be on a five-day visit to Israel starting June 11.work on these roads was yet to begin.