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The court kept the chargesheet for verification and scheduled the case for next hearing on January 4, said senior advocate Mitesh Aminwho represents Solanki in the case For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsChandigarh | Updated: October 16 2016 12:44 am Dhruv Kapila and Ritika Thaker during their semis of the 25th edition of the Smt Krishna Khaitan Memorial All India Prize Money Junior Ranking Badminton Tournament Top News Justifying his top billing in the Smt Krishna Khaitan Memorial All India Junior Ranking Badminton Tournament Mithun M of Air India stormed into the boys’ singles U-19 finals with a 21-15 21-19 win over 13th seed Jaswanth D of Andhra Pradesh on the penultimate day of the event being played at Panjab University courts India’s emerging badminton stars will be seen in action in the finals on Sunday at the tournament organised by the Express Shuttle Club The likes of Saina Nehwal PV Sindhu P Kashyap and K Srikant have participated in the tournament when they were juniors The tournament has been conducted without a break for 25 years It moved from Chennai to Chandigarh in 2012 This year has seen record entries with over 1000 juniors participating Sanjiv Sachdeva former chief Indian junior badminton coach for 12 years — until he retired in 2012 — has been the moving force behind the tournament The closing and prize distribution ceremony of the tournament will be held on Sunday in the presence of the Governor of Punjab V P Singh Badnore On Saturday Mithun the Air India player ended the challenge of Jaswanth in a match lasting 21 minutes Mithun will now face team-mate Kanishq M of Air India who booked his place in the final with a resounding 21-9 21-14 win over Kaustubh Rawal of Uttarakhand Kanishq showed his dominance in the match which lasted 25 minutes Meanwhile Aakarshi Kashyap of Chhattisgarh stamped her authority in both the girls’ U-17 and U-19 singles semifinals with wins over her respective opponents The Raipur-based shuttler who is the top seed in the U-17 category edged past third seed Purva Bare of Maharashtra in the semifinals with a 21-9 21-11 win Kashyap will now face fourth seed Unnati Bisht of Uttarakhand in the final who had to fight hard to register a 21-14 6-21 21-19 win over seventh seed Malvika Bansod of Maharashtra Competing in the girls’ U-19 final one hour later Kashyap ended the challenge of fourth seed Riya Mookerjee with a 21-17 21-13 win In the other semifinal encounter in the U-19 category top seed Shikha Gautam of Karnataka continued her fine form in the tournament with a 21-14 21-13 win over Anura Prabhudesai of Airports Authority of India in a match lasting 35 minutes In the boys’ singles U-17 category fifth seed Aman Farogh Sanjay of Maharashtra had to toil hard for a 21-16 13-21 21-15 win over Jaswanth D of Andhra Pradesh in a match lasting 38 minutes In the other semifinal encounter Rohan Gurbani of Maharashtra faced tough resistance from Pavan Krishna Thokala of Andhra Pradesh before winning 22-20 17-21 21-18 It was a good day for the duo of Aman Raikwar and Yash Raikwar of Madhya Pradesh in the boys’ doubles U-17 category as they beat Mayur Chowhan and Amit Rathore of Madhya Pradesh with a 21-10 21-12 win In the other semifinal second seed Qadeer Moinuddin Mohammed and Vishnuvardhan Goud of Telangana edged past Sai Rohit of Telangana and Akash Chandran of Andhra Pradesh with a 21-13 13-21 23-21 win In the girls’ doubles U-17 category top seed Ashwini Bhat and Mithula of Karnataka rallied into the final with a 21-10 21-12 win over Srishti Jupudi and Preeti K of Telangana They will face Simran Singhi and Ritika Thaker of Maharashtra in the final who defeated Unnati Bisht of Uttarakhand and Aakarshi Kashyap of Chhattisgarh in the semifinals For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Rio De Janeiro | Updated: August 21 2016 7:04 pm Yogeshwar Dutt who is playing in his fourth and in all probability last Olympics looked a pale shadow of his previous self as he lost 0-3 to the Mongolian grappler (Source: Reuters) Related News In a massive heartbreak for India wrestler Yogeshwar Dutt slumped to a shock defeat in the men’s 65kg freestyle qualification round bout against Ganzorigiin Mandakhnaran of Mongolia at the Rio Olympic Games here today The London Olympic bronze-medallist’s only hope of making it to the medal rounds lies in his Mongolian opponent reaching the gold medal round Mandakhnaran is the gold-medallist from the 2010 Asian Games and a two-time World Championships bronze-winner Should Mandakhnaran makes the final Yogeshwar will have to fight two repechage rounds before entering the bronze medal playoff The 33-year-old grappler from Haryana who is playing in his fourth and in all probability last Olympics looked a pale shadow of his previous self as he lost 0-3 to the Mongolian grappler From the very beginning Yogeshwar failed to get around the Mandakhnaran who moved at a very fast pace In the opening period Mandakhnaran earned a point in 30 seconds due to the passivity of Yogeshwar to take a 1-0 lead Mandakhnaran then turned a defensive position into an attacking one to take down Yogeshwar and quickly bag two points to surge ahead With a minute to go Yogeshwar failed to get around his opponent and went into the break 0-3 down Yogeshwar who qualified only in March this year for the Rio Games after struggling with a knee injury was expected to turn the tables in the second period but he just could not script a comeback In the last minute of the bout he tried to pin down his rival but all his efforts went in vain For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsLondon: Asian champions India have been clubbed along side arch-rivals Pakistan in the same pool in the men’s Hockey World League (HWL) Semi-Final2017 to be held in London The HWL Semi-Final a qualifying event for the 2018 World Cup will be held from June 15 to 25 June at Lee Valley’s Hockey and Tennis Centre in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and will feature 10 of the world’s best men’s hockey teams Six teams have already been confirmed so far for this showcase event including hosts England Rio Olympic champions Argentina reigning European champions Netherlands India Korea and Pakistan The India-Pakistan clash in the tournament is set to take place on 18 June AFP Four moreteams will qualify from the HWL Round 2 events taking place between January and April next year In the HWL Semi-Final 18 June has been dubbed ‘Super Sunday’ as the first game of the day features India playing against Pakistan With 11 Olympic titles between them this has historically been one of the fiercest rivalries in the game and it shows no sign of letting up India had the edge at the 2016 Asian Champions Trophy and Pakistan will be out for revenge in what will be an action-packed encounter Following that up will be hosts England taking on Olympic Champions Argentina Besides Pakistan the other confirmed team alongside India in Pool B is Netherlands A lot is at stake for teams participating in these HWL Semi-Finals Whilst vital FIH World Ranking points will be awarded depending on final standings the top teams from each semi-final will qualify for the 2018 Hockey World Cups in India (men) and England (women) in addition to the Hockey World League Finals taking place in India (men) and New Zealand (women) later in 2017 Kathmandu: The Left alliance has won at least 26 of the 30 parliamentary seats and is leading comfortably against the opposition NC which has won three seats in the historic parliamentary and provincial assembly polls in Nepal officials said on Saturday The Communist Party of Nepal-Unified Marxist–Leninist (CPN-UML) has won 18 seats while its alliance partner the CPN Maoist-Centre won eight The opposition Nepali Congress (NC) has won three seats while independent one The CPN-UML is leading on 44 seats the CPN-Maoist Centre on 18 and the NC on 12 seats they said A total of 1663 candidates contested polls for parliamentary seats while 2819 were in the fray for the provincial assembly seats in the historic elections that many hope will bring the much-needed political stability to the Himalayan nation Representational images Reuters The polls will elect 128 members of parliament and 256 members of provincial assemblies The house of representatives consists of 275 members of which 165 would be elected directly under the first-past-the-post system while the remaining 110 will come through the proportional representation system Of the 10 parliamentary seats in Kathmandu district the CPN-UML has won three while the NC two Senior NC leader and former Deputy Prime Minister Prakash Man Singh has won from Kathmandu-1 seat by a thin margin against his rival Ravindra Mishra a senior journalist who was contesting from a new party Sajha Viveksheel Popular NC youth leader Gagan Thapa won from Kathmandu-4 by defeating Rajan Bhattarai of the CPN-UML Left alliance candidates Krishna Kumar Rai Jeevan Ram Bhandari and Krishna Gopal Shrestha have won from Kathmandu-3 Kathmandu-8 and Kathmandu-9 seats respectively by defeating their NC opponents In the 2013 Constituent Assembly elections the Nepali Congress had won eight out of ten seats from Kathmandu The heavy weights who lost include NC leader Shekhar Koirala Communication minister and NC candidate Mohan Basnet and Rastriya Prajatantrik Party leader Pashupati Shumsher Rana Koirala lost to Lal Babu Pandit of the CPN-UML from Morang–6 while Basnet lost to Agni Sapkota of the CPN-Maoist Centre from Sindhupalchowk–1 seat Rana lost to Sher Bahadur Tamang of the CPN-UML on Sindhupalcowk–2 seat In the provincial assemblies the CPN-UML has won 12 seats while the CPN-Maoist Centre and the NC won 8 and 3 seats respectively they said Voting in two-phased the parliamentary and provincial assembly elections were held on 26 November and 7 December In the first phase polling were held in 32 districts mostly situated in the hilly and mountainous region in which 65 percent of voters had exercised their franchise In the second phase 67 percent voter turnout was registered The elections are being seen as the final step in Nepal’s transition to a federal democracy following a decade-long civil war till 2006 that claimed more than 16000 lives While many hope Nepal’s first state elections will hasten regional development others fear they will spark a fresh wave of violence In 2015 when Nepal adopted a new Constitution that split it into seven states dozens of people were killed in ethnic clashes over territory and rights Following the adoption of the new Constitution the ethnic Madhesi group mostly of Indian-origin protested for months saying they were not getting enough territory in one of the provinces and were also facing discrimination The polls are seen as a major step towards implementing the new Constitution with stringent provisions such as arrest of all adult members of a? Kevin DSouza Related News WHILE THE BMC is getting ready to send out the second batch of notices to the parties maintaining the 219 open spaces.

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