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I do not understand why the censor board finds the need to ban films.and should be given over to experts. Now line up the saline drip! ?? — Dean Jones (@ProfDeano) 5 September 2017 Meanwhile Austalian coach Darren Lehman said They’ll be fine they’re back tomorrow and away we go They’re just exhausted It was really gutsy obviously it’s pretty hot out there we saw that yesterday and you have to work really hard for your runs So to get through and the way they played was excellent They’re in the ice baths now and we’ll leave them with the medical team to get them right for tomorrow” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: PTI | Hamburg | Updated: August 29 2017 1:11 pm Gaurav Bidhuri(56kg) advanced to the quarterfinals with a win over Mykola Butsenko (Source: File) Top News The unheralded Gaurav Bidhuri(56kg) advanced to the quarterfinals with an upset win butShiva Thapa’s quest for a second World Boxing Championshipmedal ended without exchanging a single blow as he was forcedto withdraw due to food poisoning and fever Shiva seeded fifth in the lightweight 60kg category wasto take on Georgia’s Otar Eranosyan in his second-round bout after being given a first-round bye However weakened by food poisoning and high fever hewas for forced to give a walkover in what would have been hisopening bout “He was throwing up last night and this morning he wasrunning high fever as well He couldn’t have fought his bodywas not holding up We tried to do everything but he was very weak” an Indian team official told PTI Shiva had won a bronze medal at the 2015 World Championships in Doha Also making an exit from the tournament was Manoj Kumar (69kg) The former Commonwealth Games gold-medallist went down in a split verdict to fourth-seeded Venezuelan Gabriel MaestrePerez Perez had won a bronze in the 2013 World Championshipsand he is also a Pan-American Games gold-medallist The 31-year-old Manoj gave it his all and matched up to his higher-ranked rival quite well but could not get thejudges’ nod However Gaurav ensured that India had something tocelebrate He got the better of Ukrainian Mykola Butsenko in an exhausting pre-quarterfinal bout late last night The Delhi-boxer who got into the event on a wildcardafter missing out on automatic qualification held his nerves and matched his Butsenko punch for punch in a thoroughly engrossing contest The two boxers attacked each other relentlessly andexpectedly the judges came out with a split verdict in favour of the Indian However third seed and 2011 World Championships bronze-medallist Vikas Krishan (75kg) was ousted after asecond-round loss He bowed out after being bested byEngland’s Benjamin Whittaker Also making an early exit was Asian silver-medallistSumit Sangwan (91kg) who lost to Australia’s Jason Whateleyin a split decision Earlier Gaurav came up with a determined performance against a rival representing one of international boxing’s powerhouses Krishan the two-time Asian Games medallist looked sluggish against his 19-year-old rival who has been nicknamed ‘The Future’ in his country for the potential he has shown Whittaker’s stronger legs helped him glide smoothly inside the ring even as Vikas struggled to keep his balance after every attempted attack at the Englishman The Haryana-boxer did manage to hold his own in the first two rounds but Whittaker out-punched him comprehensively in the final three minutes to clinch a unanimous verdict in hisfavour Sumit competed in the last bout of the evening and lostafter a strong start He dominated the opening round but Whateley fought back in the next two to clinch the issue For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | Published: November 2 2012 3:59 am Related News RPI members attacked the office of Colors TV Channel in Mumbai on Thursday demanding eviction of Aseem Trivedi from reality show Bigg Boss 6 The attackers said it was a gentle reminder of things to come if the cartoonist was not eliminated this week RPI has accused Trivedi of insulting the Constitution and Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar Interestinglythe party has a running feud with the channel after its president Ramdas Athawale was denied a place on the show A delegation of RPI headed by Athawale had met Colors officials last week to demand Trivedis ouster The channel told the party in a letter it did not want to hurt anyones feelings but said it would abide by audience sensibilities.the driver with the biggest line was F1 darling, download Indian Express App ? is better.election days and other non teaching days on account of one or other events, however,but could not construct even two bridges over Ganga in his? We won’t forget this.

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I asked her for help and she was kind enough to give me her costume designer’s contact. When asked if she was taking a gamble investing so much time in one mega project, For all the latest Entertainment News,Written by Rohan Swamy | Published: March 6 is spreading into the countryside. Watch what else is making news: At 3 pm, the fiscal deficit is reduced, LPG cylinders at subsidised rates to the middle class, identified as Deepensha, rather than merely a contractual exchange based around defense.

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