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Meanwhile Farhat Khan the Pakistan manager would have surely jumped in glee if their first penalty corner in the 1st quarter had come off Tactically it was a good one But we pay obeisance only if they work out Frustrated a bit by not able to score India rotated the ball all over the pitch Struck from flank to flank Pakistan did all the running while India searched for the gaps Eventually it came from the right flank where Akashdeep was like a figure skater skimming and shimmying past the Pakistan defenders In the 17th minute he had the ball and sweetly dodged a defender to throw the ball into the Pakistan striking circle where Chinlensana Singh was powering in from the middle It was a one-to-one situation with Pakistan goalkeeper Abbas and Chinglensana made no mistake as he hammered the ball in Leading 1-0 Pak defences opened up for the first time it seemed India had found the measure And somewhere the thought also lurked that Pakistan may crumble But they tightened their defence and didn’t let the younger minds melt away They struck to their structure and patiently waited In keeping the flock together Pakistan captain Muhammad Irfan had already won a mini-war Gurjant Singh who made a name for himself in the 2016 Junior World Cup winning team was all fire but his reverse shot couldn’t beat Abbas India were guilty of firing in thinking that the ball had a mind of its own and would find itself in the back of the Pakistan goal None of them thought that a first touch instead of hanging onto the ball is what would have paid dividends The Indian defence was leaving gaps and even Harmanpreet Singh made errors Pakistan wasted a 2nd penalty corner and then Mohammed Attiq’s shot from hand-shaking distance was saved by Suraj Karkera If India looked good while attacking they seemed shaky at the back At the break India were ahead by a goal but that was never going to be enough against a team that came determined to play till the last minute In goal India brought in Akash Chikte and he celebrated his entry in the match with a lovely save India also earned a penalty corner their first and Varun Kumar promptly sent it out with a low flick India were steadily losing their control while Pakistan were regaining lost ground A Gurjant-Akashdeep move that had goal written all over it couldn’t find a finishing touch Gurjant’s final tap was a soft roll that the goalkeeper had enough time to save even after being beaten at his near post Pakistan meanwhile wasted their 3rd penalty corner And then Harmanpreet with a brilliant through-ball that was 50 yards off found Ramandeep Singh virtually inside the Pakistan goal mouth and all he had to do was tap it in for India’s 2nd goal Leading 2-0 some calm was restored inside the Indian team And in the next very minute off their 2nd penalty corner Harmanpreet powered his flick in At 3-0 it seemed that the door had been shut on Pakistan But India brought them back into the match They lost patience and tried to force the issue Suddenly the team had become the individual One-touch balls were hung onto Passes were delayed as Pakistan rushed to close gaps And India went through the middle instead of around the defence It was a clear case of a lack of discipline Sumit Lalit Sunil all did try and weave their magic In the 33rd minute of the match two Pakistan players were shown the yellow card but India didn’t take the initiative when the opposition was down to nine men Then suddenly in the 49th minute India threw it away though momentarily Sardar Singh till then an ocean of calm hung on to the ball in the Indian defence and when he flicked a pass he ended up giving it to a Pakistani forward who immediately dispatched it to Shan Ali standing in a perfect scoring position Chikte was beaten with the score cut to 1-3 India’s Ramandeep Singh reacts after scoring against Pakistan Image courtesy: Neeraj Tiwari Another goal at this stage and India would have had it hard Pakistan had a 4th penalty corner which Chikte saved Then India had three consecutive penalty corners which were wasted Penalty corners are now a matter of concern even though the team management is soft-pedalling on the issue In the end play was held up for around two minutes as Pakistan went to the video umpire on a few decisions It’s also time the FIH looked at speeding up video referrals By stopping play for more than a minute the pace is killed and the team looking for goals seems to be getting a raw deal The Indian captain Manpreet Singh was very clear that the team was hugely disappointed with the result “We are happy we won but the team as a whole is disappointed with the way we played today It’s not about the scoreline but that we didn’t play as a unit and neither did we utilise the chances and worked as a team” The Indian coach Sjoerd Marijne said there were long faces after the match “I am happy that the team is not happy with what happened today” he explained “It’s good to see that they are not just happy winning They want to play well too” The Dutchman also explained that India want to play their best hockey “But today wasn’t good” he said “We needed more time to control the ball and then we started running with the ball which is not done” Marijne also said that the speed of the ball was too low “The boys kept the ball too long In fact it starts with the defence and only then the space upfront is opened up” Marijne said that they would meet up soon and speak about it “I am happy we won” he said “But I need to know what’s happening and why did it happen This is the moment for the leadership to come up in the team and explain I need to know what’s in their mind as only then can I help them” With nine points India enter the Super 4 with Pakistan from Pool A South Korea and Malaysia are the other teams in Pool B to make it to the Super 4 In other words the tournament begins now and teams with a high press India and Malaysia will also have to keep a water-tight defence if it comes down to the opposition counter-attacking India have shown they are vulnerable at the back; but only if they try and hang onto the ball At the end of the match India had 16 shots at goal to Pakistan’s nine while India had 24 circle entries to Pakistan’s 13 But the truth is that the ball was not relayed swiftly and neither was the high press destroying the opponent The talent and the structure is there but it will be a while before Marijne’s ideas are given full form Published: September 29 2016 3:14 am Top News In several government schools across Delhi teachers say they don’t just deal with crowded classrooms and lack of basic amenities while managing the syllabus and administrative duties Being bullied by boys many of whom are adults is part of their life they add A teacher who faces these pressures tells The Indian Express that the murder of a teacher at a Nangloi school who was stabbed by two students Monday makes him fear for his life Age: 35 Teaches at a boys’ school in Mangolpuri Distance between home and school: 5 km Mode of transport: Bus “It could have been me A student of mine could have stabbed me I deal with unruly students most of who are in Classes IX to XII every day A handful of students create trouble in school and are not interested in studies They had failed three years ago and their names were struck off the rolls after they didn’t come to school for months We were forced to readmit these students They have no interest in studies and none of them will pass unless they cheat in their board exams They make mini-gangs inside the school and involve younger students as well If you search my school I am sure you will recover 10 to 15 knives from students They have stopped fearing teachers and the ones who are under the age of 18 openly say they will not be punished since they are juvenile The situation is worse for women and they are routinely harassed by boys Since the no-detention policy came into force the value of a teacher has been undermined I agree the teacher has a responsibility towards students and if a student can’t even read till class VI the teacher should share the blame for it But the parents NGOs and the government do not see what we have to work with There are 100 students in some classrooms A class with 40 students is manageable a class with 100 is not We can’t even make ourselves heard let alone give individual attention to the weak students There are no fans in classrooms and lights don’t work Students are also irregular and don’t get guidance from parents If 50 students turn up in class one day it is doubtful that the same 50 will turn up the next day Students don’t fear teachers anymore respect is out of the question The no-detention policy has emboldened children so much that they don’t want to listen to anyone A teacher can’t even scold a student anymore Their parents complain to the principal and we are given warnings Powers given to School Management Committee members means that they can haul up a teacher at any time This is the worst time to be a teacher There is no dignity or respect in this profession anymore The government is keen on listening to NGOs instead of its own teachers All the new policies will fail unless we address basic issues (As told to Mallica Joshi by an English teacher who did not want to be named as he is not authorised to speak to media) For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Mumbai | Published: September 1 2015 11:57 am “There should be more Nana Patekars in the world today as that will make the world a better place I have always had the most beautiful time working with him” John Abraham said Related News Nana Patekar is known for his short temper but his “Welcome Back” co-star John Abraham says he would not blame the senior actor for getting angry as he is an honest person “I believe he (Nana) is the most honest person in the industry… He is the most transparent man I would not blame him for getting angry as he shows his anger when someone does wrong So I don’t blame him He is a fantastic human being” John told PTI “He is an honest man and whatever he feels he speaks He calls a spade a spade There should be more Nana Patekars in the world today as that will make the world a better place I have always had the most beautiful time working with him” he said John first shared screen space with Patekar in “Taxi No 9211” Share This Article Related Article “He is very proud and happy for me He told me I have come a long way He treats me like his child.” John added The 42-year-old actor is the new addition to the sequel to “Welcome” but he felt comfortable with everyone “I was welcome on ‘Welcome Back’ sets It was lot of fun as I have worked with Anil Kapoor in ‘Shootout at Wadala’ with Nana Patekar in ‘Taxi No 9211’ and in ‘Garam Masala’ with Paresh Rawal I worked with Shruti Haasan simultaneously in ‘Ricky Handsome’ (their upcoming film)” John said “In a way I felt comfortable I had not worked with Dimple Kapadia and Naseeruddin Shah… They both are very nice” he said As the Akshay Kumar-starrer “Welcome” was a huge John said he does not feel the pressure to keep up the tag “I did not feel the pressure as ‘Welcome Back’ starts from where the story of ‘Welcome’ ends Akshay’s character gets married to Katrina Kaif in the film and ‘Welcome Back’ starts from there It is a completely different story” John said The “Madras Cafe” star said he did speak to his actor friend Akshay who was part of the original film before doing the film “When I told Akshay I am doing the sequel of one of his films – ‘Welcome’ he said it was a fantastic choice Akshay was very happy that I was doing the film We share a great relationship ” he said “I spoke to him when I signed the film And then I spoke to him one day before the release of ‘Brothers’ (Akshay Kumar’s last release)… I think he looked extremely smart and handsome in the film” he added The original film saw late Feroz Khan as don RDX In the sequel we have Naseeruddin Shah as the new don “He (Feroz Khan) can never be replaced but Naseeruddin Sir also gets so much to the table” John said For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Pune | Published: May 11 2016 3:08 am Related News With the state government almost set to declare a four-ward electoral panel for the forthcoming elections in municipal corporations PMC is likely to witness a major change in the political scenario as the decision is expected to benefit the BJP A sub-committee formed by the state government has proposed the four-ward electoral panel for the next civic polls and the final decision is to be taken by the state government Among various major civic bodies that are going for polls early next year are Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) and PMC Share This Article Related Article As per the Bombay Provincial Municipal Corporations (BPMC) Act there would be 144 electoral wards for a population up to 24 lakh and thereafter another ward would be added for every one lakh increase in population Thus PMC with a population of 3134 lakh as per the 2011 census would have 152 seats in the 2016 elections The previous Congress-NCP government had decided in favour of a two-ward electoral panel in the 2012 civic polls “The BJP-led state government has almost finalised the four-ward electoral panel for PMC The decision might be declared any time now” said a senior BJP leader adding that the system would benefit his party in the municipal elections due to its spread-out strength as seen in the previous assembly and Lok Sabha elections The BJP won all the eight assembly seats that come under PMC and the Lok Sabha seat with a huge margin “The BJP had its base in select pockets in the city which got expanded across the city during the assembly and Lok Sabha elections The party wants to encash on it and ensure that the win is retained” the BJP leader further said There would be 38 panels in the PMC after the four-ward electoral panel is finalised As per reservation 50 per cent of the seats in each category would be reserved for women However the delimitation would take place with realignment of electoral panels for the next civic polls The entire process would be carried out by the election department For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Mumbai | Updated: July 11 2015 9:36 am Though Shahid Kapoor and Mira Rajput have already tied the knot the celebrations are from over as the party now carries on in Mumbai Related News Bollywood actor Shahid Kapoor’s wedding to Delhi-based girl Mira Rajput is the most talked-about event of the year With a million hearts breaking the Twitterati raking up a storm and B-Town pouring out their congratulatory wishes the couple’s big fat wedding has definitely been a fairytale dream Though Shahid and Mira have already tied the knot the celebrations are from over as the party now carries on in Mumbai We bring you the whole wedding story Shahid Kapoor and Mira Rajput will be hosting a grand reception in Mumbai on July 12 which is expected to be attended by Bollywood’s crème de la crème The reception invitation card has been designed by Delhi-based designer Ravish Kapoor and is a beautiful midnight blue with an elegant chrome plate inside containing the details The plate is removable and also works as a security pass for guests to carry to the reception Newlyweds Shahid and Mira arrived in Mumbai the very next evening (July 8) after the wedding Walking hand-in-hand and complementing each other in black and white the couple created quite a stir at the airport Mira was pretty in a Masaba suit Shahid Kapoor then drove his bride to their newly constructed Juhu residence where they posed for pictures The actor’s parents – father Pankaj Kapur mother Neelima Azim stepmother Supriya Pathak and siblings – Ruhaan Sanah and Ishaan were also at Mira and Shahid’s house probably helping the couple to settle in On July 9 in a sweet gesture Shahid Kapoor tweeted his thanks to his fans and members from the film industry for their warm wedding wishes Thank you to each and every one of you for your wishes Means a lot 🙂 — Shahid Kapoor (@shahidkapoor) July 9 2015 While Shahid Kapoor’s family and friends are thrilled that the actor has finally found a beautiful bride in Mira Rajput most happy of course is Shahid’s family His father actor and filmmaker Pankaj Kapur spoke to the media expressing his joy “We are very happy Our daughter-in-law is very beautiful It is a celebration time for our family” said the proud father Shahid Kapoor’s stepsister Sanah Kapur told reporters that her bhabi (Mira) is very nice “Our Bhabi (sister-in-law) is very nice She is very pretty” Sanah told the media Shahid and Mira tied the knot in a low-key gurudwara wedding on July 7 at a friend’s farmhouse on the outskirts of Delhi The ceremony was said to be attended by around 40 guests including close family and friends For the exchange of vows Mira Rajput kept it simple in a pink and green churridar suit with a heavily embellished dupatta over her head with maang tika Shahid on the other hand wore a white kurta pyjama with an orange turban Post the wedding rituals Shahid and Mira posed hand-in-hand for photogs outside the reception venue – The Oberoi Gurgaon Mira made a beautiful bride in a delicate rose-hued Anamika Khanna lehenga with just the right amount of shimmer and shine that complimented Shahid’s cream-white sherwani suit She sported an elaborate Navratna neckpiece and earrings set and teamed her look with a ‘maang-tika’ and a ‘jhoomar’ on the side of her head Later that day Shahid Kapoor took to Instagram to share his first selfie with wife Mira Rajput He captioned it “#hitched” In the picture Mira is seen leaning on Shahid’s shoulder with the actor hugging his new bride #hitched A photo posted by Shahid Kapoor (@shahidkapoor) on Jul 7 2015 at 5:20am PDT On the evening of the wedding a grand reception was held at the same venue for friends and family The celebrations were nothing short of royal as Mira was a stunner in a gorgeous couture outfit with sheer that had an intricate cutout border that was similar to Sonam Kapoor’s pale pink Cannes outfit from last year also by designer Anamika Khanna Shahid Kapoor was dapper in a black bandhgala suit as the actor and his new bride mingled with guests Prior to the main wedding ceremony which took place on July 7 the haldi and sangeet was held on July 6 Pictures and videos of Shahid and Mira matching steps at the sangeet flooded the internet The couple’s families were also seen dancing to Shahid’s hit songs at the summer Punjabi wedding Mira Rajput glowed in a yellow Anita Dongre lehenga with matching gold jewellery A string of yellow flowers around her neck and in her hair added to her bridal look The outfit went very well with the groom’s red kurta bandhgala and black churridar Shahid Kapoor danced to his hit numbers ‘Dhan Tenan’ ‘Mauja Hi Mauja’ Saj Dhaj Ke Tashan’ along with Mira and his family and friends Shahid Kapoor was seen making his way to the sangeet ceremony with a big smile on his face Pictures of a glowing Mira during the haldi ceremony also made their way to the Internet In keeping with the theme of her haldi and kaleera ceremony Mira was radiant in a yellow outfit by designer Anamika Khanna The then bride-to-be was seen with a garland of white flowers to match a wreath on her head Shahid Kapoor created quite a frenzy when he arrived in the capital on the day of the sangeet (July 6) The actor was casually dressed in a printed shirt jeans and shades Shahid’s parents – stepmother Supriya Pathak father Pankaj Kapur stepbrother Ruhaan friends and relatives were seen arriving at the Oberoi hotel a day prior to the sangeet Shahid and Mira’s Delhi wedding card was simple and classy containing the details of the wedding It had Mira’s parents – Bela and Vikramaditya Rajput and Shahid’s parents Neelima Azim and Pankaj Kapur and stepmother Supriya Pathak inviting the guests to their children’s wedding Below the details is written – “No gifts please Only blessings” It was decorated as a package with some goodies in the corner boxes For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Inder Malhotra | Published: October 15 2012 3:05 am Related News But before going to foreign powers for a security guaranteethe PM had to consolidate domestic support WELL before the All India Congress Committee (AICC) could meet to pronounce its verdict on the raging controversy over whether or not to make the atom bomb to meet the Chinese nuclear threatLal Bahadur Shastri had made up his mind not to go for nuclear weapons Insteadhe had resolved to rely on international nuclear security guaranteesparticularly from the United States and the Soviet Union How this was to be achieved was far from clear; indeedthe whole idea seemed tentative and half-baked In any casebefore approaching foreign powersthe prime minister had to consolidate domestic support for his nuclear policy andfor thisendorsement by the AICC was a must Thereforehe and the Congress leadership were taken by surprise when the AICC met at Durgapur in West Bengal on November 7 A petition signed by more than 100 members demanded a closed-door session so that the petitioners could pursue their demand that India acquire an independent nuclear deterrent to protect herself against any possible threat from China.the AICC passed the official resolution to the effect that India ?
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