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Zinedine Zidane’s team will hold a practice session later on Monday in Yokohama as they prepare for Thursday’s semifinal clash with Mexico’s Club America. When The Indian Express visited Hisar last week, (Srinath Rao,the hotel has raised a 15-feet high wall in front of the swimming pool, download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Kolkata | Published: June 21, and we’ve become good friends, It was one of my easier races,We have created record eight and nine-tier pyramids during dahi handi, Winners of this nationwide tournament will get a chance to play football," adding more details about the device would be released shortly.

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s Narcopolis was unfairly passed over for the big Booker. Joel scored three goals over two legs as Aizawl outclassed Bengaluru 5-3 on aggregate to progress to the semi-finals of the Federation Cup," Joel was quoted as saying by aiff. Sources in the Congress told The Indian Express that UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi is keen to give one more chance to Ansari,but reputed foreign institute offer better facilities and infrastructure to students, he reasons For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsHouston: A Houston 18-year-old has been arrested and charged with illegally distributing explosive-making information and attempting to support the Islamic State organisation Representational image AFP The US Justice Department has said that Kaan Sercan Damlarkaya a US citizen was arrested on 8 December following an undercover FBI operation A statement says Damlarkaya said he intended to travel overseas and fight for Islamic State and said he tried to get to Syria twice He told agents that he would commit a US attack if efforts to travel overseas failed It also says Damlarkaya provided to alleged Islamic State supporters a formula for explosive Triacetone Triperoxide and instructions how to use it in a pressure cooker device containing shrapnel If convicted he faces a possible 20-year maximum prison term The US has designated Islamic State as a terrorist organisation London: Michael Vaughan is convinced Joe Root can do for England what Virat Kohli has done for India after his fellow Yorkshireman was named Test captain On Monday Root was confirmed as the successor to Alastair Cook who resigned as Test skipper last week after an England record 59 matches in charge File photo of the newly-elected England Test captain Joe Root Reuters Root has so far followed a similar path to Vaughan both batsmen playing for the Sheffield Collegiate club before going on to star for Yorkshire and England Vaughan England’s 2005 Ashes-winning captain was in no doubt about the 26-year-old Root’s readiness to lead "Joe is ready No question" Vaughan wrote in his Daily Telegraph column on Monday "I get baffled when people say he is not" "Will he be a ready-made perfect captain from day one Of course not Who is "He has to learn on the job But most international captains have to do that these days" Vaughan added: "In terms of clout he has everything you require to be captain What more do you need "He is a good man He is driven He is always trying to improve He never settles with what he has got" Concerns have been raised about whether the burden of captaincy will reduce Root’s effectiveness with the bat But the gifted Kohli has become an even heavier run-scorer since taking over as India captain and leading his side to the top of the world Test rankings Vaughan believes Root can hit similar heights as both batsman and captain ‘Move his batting on’ "Joe’s biggest challenge will be how captaincy affects his batting" Vaughan said "It affected mine . (but) to be honest I think he will be different to me He is more likely to become Kohli and move his batting on to another level with the responsibility of captaincy" The Kohli comparison was also not lost on David Gower first appointed England captain in 1982 "A lot of people are talking about Virat Kohli being given the job of India captain no mean job at all and he has responded brilliantly" Gower told Sky Sports "Joe has the same capacity to be exactly the same He’s certainly a good enough player" added Gower Meanwhile Nasser Hussain England captain from 1999-2003 urged Root not to neglect his own batting amid all his new responsibilities "That is the most important thing I think England cricket fans will be saying ‘yeah we love his captaincy but we want him to continue scoring runs’" said Hussain with Root currently averaging an impressive 5280 in Tests "It generally follows a pattern where initially there’s a massive lift in performance but for most England captains if there’s a dip in form of the team then the weight of responsibility and the pressure lands on your shoulders That can affect you and your form" Hussain said he expected England to play a more aggressive brand of Test cricket with Root at the helm than had been the case under Cook and the opener’s immediate predecessor as skipper Andrew Strauss "As captain I think he’ll be different to Cook More in the face of the opposition more blatantly in charge of the team That’s Joe being Joe" he said "We’ve played under a couple of defensive captains in (Andrew) Strauss and Cook" As for Root’s reputation as a ‘cheeky’ cricketer Hussain said: "Don’t be fooled by the boyish smile.he likes to joke around but there’s a very serious side to Joe Root as we’ve seen in his cricket He’s a steely character" By: AP | Manchester | Updated: September 22 2016 6:29 pm Ronald Koeman was lured from Southampton in June and has guided Everton to its best five-game start (Source: Reuters) Top News With his “headteacher” aura and astute offseason recruitment Ronald Koeman is making an immediate impact at Everton and getting the best out of the club’s strongest squad in a generation It might be time for the blue half of Merseyside to start dreaming again three decades after its trophy-laden heyday WATCH FOR MORE SPORTS NEWS Koeman a highly respected ex-Netherlands and Barcelona defender was lured from Southampton in June and has guided Everton to its best five-game start to a league campaign in 38 years With a draw and four consecutive wins Everton is in second place behind Manchester City in the English Premier League standings going into a game at 17th-place Bournemouth on Saturday English football is already looking for the next team to “do a Leicester” and rise from nowhere to win the Premier League Maybe it’s Everton’s turn although Koeman has warned against any comparisons with the current champions “Normally we can’t win the title I think what Leicester did last season was an exception” Koeman said “I am realistic If I tell you we will fight for the title I think most people will say `That man is crazy”’ That winning the title is even in the conversation around Goodison Park is testament to work being done by Koeman who appears to be at a club going places after its disappointing 11th-place finish last season Ambition has soared at Everton since Iranian-British businessman Farhad Moshiri became its majority shareholder in February With greater financial power under Moshiri Everton spent around $50 million on explosive winger Yannick Bolasie and Wales captain Ashley Williams in August and almost broke its club record to sign Moussa Sissoko on deadline day before the France midfielder had a late change of heart and joined Tottenham To top it all off Koeman looks to be the real deal after replacing Roberto Martinez fired in May after running out of ideas and patience among fans after three years in charge Standards have suddenly risen at Everton While the relaxed Martinez used overstatements and cringeworthy hyperbole to laud underperforming players Koeman has no issue in calling out players whose level drops Rising star Ross Barkley was substituted at halftime in one match this season for example “Yes there is a fear definitely” Everton captain Phil Jagielka said “It is like being back at school with a new headteacher who is trying to be a little bit stricter” Gareth Barry Everton’s 35-year-old midfielder has opened up about the difference between the Martinez and Koeman regimes “The standards of the players were for me slightly slipping last season on and off the pitch” Barry said “It was things like time-keeping dress codes training everything really “The confidence and everything had gone” Now it’s back Everton has beaten West Bromwich Albion Stoke Sunderland and Middlesbrough after opening with a draw against Tottenham and the team looks stronger in every department A leaky defense seems tighter with the presence of Williams at center back and energetic midfielder Idrissa Gueye _ another summer signing _ just in front while Romelu Lukaku has returned to form with four goals in his last two games and when at his best is among the Premier League’s most dangerous and prolific strikers The heavyweight teams lie in wait for Koeman’s side _ first-place Manchester City hosts Everton on Oct 15 the first weekend after the upcoming break for internationals _ but suddenly there’s a buzz around one of England’s most established top-flight clubs Before Alex Ferguson arrived at Old Trafford in 1986 Everton had been English champions more often than Manchester United winning eight titles to United’s seven and was the country’s major power alongside Merseyside rival Liverpool There’s been no silverware since the fifth of Everton’s FA Cup titles in 1995 but that may be about to change under Koeman Here are some other things to look out for this weekend: PERFECT CITY Swansea is getting a second opportunity to end Manchester City’s perfect start to the season City made it nine wins from nine matches in all competitions by beating Swansea 2-1 in the English League Cup on Wednesday and the teams meet again in Wales on Saturday this time in the league It will only get harder for the Swans: Sergio Aguero is available again after a three-game domestic suspension JANSSEN’S CHANCE It’s time for Vincent Janssen to prove there’s life after Harry Kane at Tottenham With Kane potentially out for two months with an ankle injury Janssen should get an extended run with the team for the first time since his offseason move from AZ Alkmaar The Netherlands international scored his first goal for Tottenham in the 5-0 win over Gillingham in the League Cup on Wednesday and will lead the line at Middlesbrough on Saturday For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Noida | Published: May 13 2016 4:53 am Related News The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) Thursday issued notice to the Uttar Pradesh government and police over an incident of “ragging” reported at DPS Noida and asked authorities to submit reports related to the case within four weeks On Tuesday night two Class XI students of DPS Noida were admitted to Kailash Hospital with injuries on their limbs and torso While the two students were discharged Wednesday evening hospital authorities maintained that they had “blunt injury marks which could have been sustained due to sticks or rods” The students’ families had alleged that the two were ragged and beaten up by Class XII students while they were returning to their rooms after dinner Share This Article Related Article In a statement the NHRC said that it had taken “suo moto cognizance of media reports” “Observing that the incident raises issue of serious violation of right to life and dignity of the young students the commission has issued notices to the chief secretary government of Uttar Pradesh district magistrate and senior superintendent of police Gautam Budh Nagar calling for reports within four weeks” it said Pointing out that ragging has been banned in educational institutions the NHRC said “certain guidelines on the recommendations of the Raghvan Committee have been issued in this regard” “The apex court while deciding the Civil Appeal No 887 of 2009 has also referred to ragging as an ugly scar which is required to be obliterated from the face of educational institutions The school authorities are legally bound and responsible to ensure protection of students from the menace of ragging” said the Commission It stated that one of the two victims had “suffered at the hands of his seniors in the name of ragging” “However the school management after giving him first aid had asked him to stay at home for a few days Even after the May 8 2016 incident the school management first tried to persuade the parents of the victims not to file a report with police” said NHRC While the father of one of the boys alleged that school authorities had tried to cover up the entire episode DPS Noida has suspended the students accused of ragging An FIR against six students and 12 others had been registered at Noida Sector 20 police station WATCH INDIAN EXPRESS VIDEOS HERE For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBangladesh needed to do something out of the box in the morning session of Day 2 but they faltered as Virat Kohli and Ajinkya Rahane went on the attack to neutralise the threat of the new ball The visitors’struggles continued asthe Indian batsmen tormented their bowlers with ruthless efficiency and then they lost Soumya Sarkar at the fag end of the day That would have left them mentally exhausted after they were made to chase the leather throughout the day and the Indian batsmen looked all at ease Itwould have definitely playedon their mind Mushfiqur Rahim’s captaincy looked a bit disappointing he didn’t get his field placings right and the dropped catches didn’t help The pitch looked really good for batting but there were some deliveries that turned sharply and beat even the indomitable Kohli Tamim Iqbal AP This looks like a typical Indian pitch which will get better for batting on Day 2 and 3 and start taking significant turn from the third evening This is where the Bangladesh batsmen need to mix caution with aggression They have some naturally flamboyant batsmen but only aggression won’t be the way to go The ball did a bit for seam bowlers late in the evening Umesh Yadav removed Sarkar with a beauty and then troubled Tamim Iqbal It will be difficult but Bangladesh should take the same route on the third morning as India did on day two and try to accumulate runs in the first session Positive approach will be the key but many a times Bangladesh have been guilty of over attacking Balance is important They need to at try and get atleast 320 on day three India have gone in with three pacers Ravichandran Ashwin got just a hint of turn and didn’t trouble the batsmen much which might have brought some relief to the Bangladesh camp A lot also depends on Bangladesh’s mental strength They need to leave their bowling performance behind and look for a fresh start They need to remember that they had scored close to 600 against in New Zealand not long ago and that they have the talent to get there They were guilty of squandering dominant positions against New Zealand before meekly surrendering makingthe mental part crucial The talent is there but it needs to be put into use Attack the pacers and play the spinners safely should be the mantra going forward But they need to make sure that they aren’t over defensive against them It’s an uphill task but not out of reach and they need to realise that almost every Indian batsman made merry on this wicket The Tigers have played on similar pitches back home and that could help them in their bid tofight back A collective effort is the need of the hour Written by Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: June 19 2013 1:00 am 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