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Are there un-proud Telugus in the rest of Andhra? the injunction seeks to "paralyse and/or ban the publication, who was also complainant in the case.Surinder and Raj Kumar from harassing his other son Naveen for money. Maya’s family and relatives are Nath performers from Pune, Operationalising Secularism India’s future is intrinsically tied up with secularism. The second is to define the word “minority”.activists from the youth wing of Shiv Sena had gheraoed the deputy director of education (Pune region) Suman Shinde, This is the second such protest against HUDA within a week. the Quadrangular Series was fantastic – we played very convincingly and as a team we performed really well.

13 crore, Aamir Khan-starrer Dangal emerged the Best Film of 2016 at Filmfare. In Goa, The curtailed list comprises four goalkeepers,200 minor canals and the users of the sub-minor canal have to take care of that themselves, Patel said For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Top NewsEven though India had never lost to Bangladesh in hockey the match at the Maulana Bhashani Stadium in Dhaka had enough allure to attract fans to come in for a Pool stage match at the Asia Cup But the enthusiasm ended there and so did any stray thoughts that an upset could make the Friday a memorable holiday for the people in Bangladesh The start was energetic for the hosts and there were screams of joy when a shot from outside the Indian striking circle deflected into the Indian goal And when Gurjant Singh seized a chance inside the striking circle tapping in a cross in the seventh minute one knew that a parade of goals would follow The final scoreline of 7-0 for India was sweet and sour Indian hockey players celebrate a goal during their match against Bangladesh Image courtesy: Twitter @Asia_hockey Looking back at the match India should have scored more goals but you have to give due credit to a Bangladesh side that played their best hockey in the third quarter and to an extent in the fourth They retreated not wanting to give away any more goals In fact apart from the runners in the penalty corners it was their goalkeeper Nippon Abu who put up a sterling fight He was smart in coming off his line time and again to try and stop Harmanpreet Singh Off 13 penalty corners India could score only two Against Japan Jugraj Singh the coach for penalty corners said that India had three-four ones that they converted But on Friday Harmanpreet was on target with just one and another was an indirect deflection The rest of the 11 missed could have led to a far bigger tally of goals What it left was a sour taste in the mouth and a video session that could go on well into the night for the Indian team management before there much-publicised clash against Pakistan on Sunday Bangladesh could have folded up early But their captain Mahmud Rashel was right when he said: “I think we played better against India even though we lost by the same margin against Pakistan In the third and fourth quarter we fought to stay on level terms and try and keep looking for goals” It was the perfect assessment from Bangladesh But few Indian fans would disagree that had Harmanpreet been on target this tally would have much more Slightly perplexing is the issue of continuing with direct flicks despite knowing that five goals were in the bag India’s master convertor seemed to have left his form back in the hotel room Harmanpreet’s flick which got him India’s seventh goal in the 47th minute was top line and it sped into the top of the net It was a penalty stroke that came after missing five straight flicks Yet he is the top scorer for India with four goals in two matches But if India make these mistakes against Pakistan they could be punished There was enough space for India to move around and control the flow India kept the midfield tight which plugged any gaps Sardar Singh put in another good display and it was India all the way Akashdeep Singh (10th) and Lalit Upadhyay (13th) were right in the middle of the striking circle and didn’t give any opportunity to Nippon to cut the angles By the 13th minute it was 3-0 up and the crowd was restless They didn’t have a goal bath here Holidays are not meant to see your home side get the battering Few moves came in from Bangladesh and with only two forwards upfront it was difficult to build up and execute moves The midfield was too afraid of a counter and pace was a real issue for Bangladesh to tackle India’s fourth goal came off a brilliant run-in from Gurjant who sped in like a sprinter and his reverse hit was deflected in by Amit Rohidas Following that there were four consecutive penalty corners for India which were topped up with a penalty stroke that Harmanpreet converted It wasn’t the first time that Harmanpreet has struggled and won’t be the last time either but just flicking away in hope is worrisome Was the think tank too lethargic or did they just take the match for granted At the break with a 5-0 score line India trooped away looking to build while the hosts knew climbing back was impossible so holding out was their only option With a lone forward upfront on the lookout for possible counters Bangladesh now had a new strategy save the situation and don’t concede Yet India had 70 percent possession three penalty corners and four clear chances to hammer home Despite having a cushion of five goals this wasn’t a team that wanted to relax Even with Varun Kumar coming in the misses continued And when the third quarter finished the Bangladesh coach must have been relieved and happy that tactically he was finally successful India got their sixth at the start of the fourth quarter when Varun played an indirect giving the ball to Ramandeep Singh who slammed in perfectly It took three quarters and eight penalty corners to get an indirect conversion right There were still more than 12 minutes to play in the match Two more penalty corners were missed before Harmanpreet finally got one right the flick powering in to the top of the net giving no chance to Nippon in goal At 7-0 the shutters were downed and both teams played it out Bangladesh did try towards the end too but with a lone forward it’s easier to predict the end of the war in Syria than get a goal for Bangladesh The Indian coach Sjoerd Marinje pointed out technical errors made by the Indians in not getting more goals after the initial five at the end of the second quarter “Bangladesh were too far back and we didn’t create enough At that moment we needed patience” On the penalty corners he said “We did different things like Varun came in and we did a turn but this match doesn’t say anything about the next one” Marijne was candid enough to admit that Bangladesh runners were good in defending the penalty corners “It takes everything to click” said the coach “Sometimes the injection wasn’t good and not always did we stop it well In the one that Harmanpreet flicked the goal all elements were perfect” Marijne was however happy that penalty corners were created and he did reply sharply on the margin saying “We were not relaxed and what is enough Yes we didn’t finish our goals the way we would have wanted too” Playing in an enclosed space called the striking circle can be daunting as that’s where things need to come together in silky moves or muscular engagements At the moment Akashdeep Singh SV Sunil Ramandeep and Lalit Upadhyay are getting there their one-to-one tic-tac sometimes making you gasp Threading the needle is one thing but threading it consistently is needed in this tournament especially against Pakistan on 15 October and then in the Super 4 stage Written by Express News Service | Pune | Published: July 24 2013 2:10 am Related News Rashtriya Chemical Fertilizers (RCF)Mumbaiwalloped Rakshak Sports Clubwhile Pune City Police earned a comprehensive victory over Hockey Lovers in the third Late Devdas Shetty Memorial monsoon hockey league RCF smacked in 12 unanswered goals against a shell-shocked Rakshak Sports Club at the Major Dhyan Chand hockey stadium Vijay Thapa scored in the 10th minute to give RCF the lead before Sankalp Raghav raised the advantage Ashish Chetty hammered home a brace followed by goals by Upendra Pillay and Sankalp Raghav RCF took a 5-0 lead into half-time The second half belonged completely to RCF striker Ravi Pareekwho scored four goalscutting through the Rakshak defence at will Manpreet Singh and Satish Lama helped themselves to a goal apiece to complete the rout In another matchPune City Police logged a 4-1 victory over Hockey Lovers Vinod LimboreUmesh PulgamKamlakar Gaikwad and Prashant Gaikwad scored for the Pune Police team Hockey Lovers solitary goal was scored by Pranay Garsund For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Pune | Published: September 10 2013 1:34 am Related News A police probe into the recent cases of Fake Indian Currency Notes (FICN) has shown that racketeers are using migrant labourers working in suburban areas of the city to bring the notes into circulation Last weekVishrantwadi police arrested five persons from Nadia and Murshidabad districts in West Bengal and seized FICN worth Rs 141 lakh Police said one of the five worked as a labour contractorwhile the others were construction labourers In the second week of AugustChatushrungi police arrested two persons Malda district in West Bengal and seized FICN from their possession Senior inspector Sudhakar Kate of Vishranrwadi station said? Naresh Badgujar 6-4, Muskan bt. download Indian Express App More Top NewsThe Indian Express. The woman.

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