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October 31 2017 REUTERS/Brendan McDermid/File PhotoSayfullo Saipov 29 entered his plea before US District Judge Vernon Broderick in Manhattan This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed Leicester City must look past ensuring their survival in the Premier League next season and set themselves higher goals manager Craig Shakespeare has said File image of Leicester City manager Craig Shakespear AFP Leicester found themselves in a relegation scrap last season under former manager Claudio Ranieri before Shakespeare took over as interim manager in February and led the team to seven wins in their final 12 league matches to secure a 12th-placed finish But the club also progressed to the quarter-finals of the UEFA Champions League only to be beaten by Spanish side Atletico Madrid They failed to qualify for the competition next season Shakespeare signed a three-year permanent contract in June and is looking to take the team to new heights "Premier League survival is good but I look at the squad and the players we’re trying to attract – I want to be better than that and I think the players want to be better than that" Shakespeare told the club’s website "I think our aim is to try and be competitive in every match whether we’re playing Chelsea as Premier League winners last season or a team that’s just come up "There will be targets internally and privately and I think it’s important that the players know what’s required" Shakespeare’s first game in charge as permanent manager will be a pre-season trip to Hong Kong where the team will face fellow league rivals West Bromwich Albion in the Premier League Asia Trophy on July 19 By: PTI | New Delhi | Updated: October 10 2017 5:47 pm Jeakson Singh scored India’s first goal at the FIFA U-17 World Cup (Source: PTI) Related News Captain Amarjit Singh attributed India’s heartbreaking defeat against Colombia to “bad luck” but was very proud of his first cousin Jeakson who scored the country’s first goal in any FIFA World Cup India came agonisingly close to securing their first ever draw if not a win in a FIFA tournament when Jeakson Singh Thanoujam’s bullet header found the back of the net against Colombia in their second group game of the ongoing U-17 World Cup But the Colombians struck almost immediately on the counter to restore the lead leaving the 46000 turnout at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium teary-eyed “It was a case of bad luck” Amarjit said Had India held on it would have been one unforgettable moment for Amarjit too as skipper of the team “I am feeling very proud that he scored the country’sfirst goal in a World Cup” Amarjit said of his first cousin who broke into the team just six months ago They are mid-fielders and have been playing in thatposition since the time they were introduced to the sport at their Haokha Mamang village in Manipur’s Thoubal district Amarjit repeated the luck factor on a day India hit theframework once besides coming very close to scoring onanother occasion in the first half Midfielder Rahul Kannolywas the unfortunate boy in blue then “It was bad luck because the ball hit the post too in the first half” It was a much-improved outing by debutants India threedays after being thrashed 3-0 by USA in their opening Group A encounter Asked to compare the two games Amarjit said “USA was first game for everyone in the U-17 World Cup playing in front of so many people was a very different experience “For the next game we knew how the atmosphere was going to be in the ground” Summing up the experience of playing in the the first twomatches the skipper said “It was a great feeling because not everyone gets to experience this Every player dreams to playthe World Cup I have realised my dream The result was not good but we gave our 100 percent” Growing up in a football-crazy state in a remote cornerof the country Amarjit had dreamt of donning the national colours since his childhood In the four-nation tournament in Mexico before theshowpiece India’s Portuguese coach Luis Norton de Matos used Amarjit and Jeakson in two of the three international friendlies Having played together for so long both have developed a good understanding Ranjit Rana technical advisor at I-league club Minerva FC with whom Jeakson is employed was at the venue to witnesshis ward’s moment of glory “You can play him in any position He has got quickvision his head work is great his first touch is good and heruns like a lion” Rana said of the player Jeakson’s association with Minerva FC started when he wasdrafted into their U-14 side under former India international Harjinder Singh For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Dipti Nagpaul D’souza | Mumbai | Published: March 3 2017 4:11 am A still from the film Ka Bodyscapes Top News The Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) has refused to certify the Malayalam film Ka Bodyscapes saying it glorified “the subject of gay and homosexual relationship” and portrayed the Hindu religion in a derogatory manner by showing Hanuman “in poor light as gay” It also objected to the portrayal of a Muslim woman masturbating The move came days after the CBFC refused to clear the film Lipstick Under My Burkha as the “story is lady-oriented” The refusal to certify Ka Bodyscapes came from the board’s Second Revising Committee in Thiruvanthapuram The board’s letter to filmmaker Jayan Cherian was signed by the regional officer Prathiba A Cherian said the move went against the Kerala High Court order to certify the film with recommended changes “The film was first submitted to the CBFC in Thiruvanthapuram in April last year but they refused to certify it as did the Revising Committee in Chennai” Cherian said “I then approached the High Court where the judge asked the CBFC to certify the film in 30 days However the CBFC chose to ignore the judgment and filed an appeal stating that the case should have been addressed by a bench with more than one judge In December 2016 the two-judge bench dismissed that appeal and asked them to certify the film in 90 days But that too was overlooked by the CBFC” the filmmaker said “The Second Revising Committee headed by CBFC chairperson Pahlaj Nihalani again refused the film a certification” he said Nihalani was unavailable for comment Cherian said the film that has been selected at several festivals was denied permission to be screened after intervention from the Information and Broadcasting Ministry “For instance screening at the Kerala Film Festival was cancelled at the last moment under pressure from the ministry” Cherian added The film Cherian said revolves around a gay artist battling censorship against his work “The artwork in his studio depicts the history of gay art including nude works by noted artists from across the world But what the CBFC sees and also objects to is the nudity in those paintings” he said The New York-based filmmaker added that in defiance of the High Court judgment the members with the exception of Nihalani did not identify themselves during a Mumbai screening on February 17 Cherian said the committee asked him to approach the apex court if he did not accept their decision “The court case can take ages It’s already been a year since the film was completed How can the CBFC be allowed to take such arbitrary decisions” he said For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: September 18 2017 3:29 am Devendra Fadnavis (PTI) Related News The state government has credited Rs 204 crore through direct benefit transfer in the accounts of farmers for 51369 farm ponds In all 283620 applications have been received till date for farm ponds “The state government’s decision to bring various public welfare schemes on the digital platform have yielded positive results in tackling corruption and bringing greater accountability and speedy implementation” said Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis on Sunday Fadnavis was interacting with people on digitisation of Maharashtra through his TV programme Mi Mukhyamantri Boltoy The government has announced a scheme ‘Magel Tyla Shettale (Farm Ponds on Demand)’ to provide a permanent source of water to individual farmers Under the scheme the government directly credits Rs 50000 in the bank accounts of farmers Every farm pond project after being sanctioned is geo-tagged to monitor the progress of work On the lines of BharatNet the state government has launched MahaNet to transform villages through technology The chief minister cited the example of the first digitally transformed village Harisal in Amravati district “We are committed to digitise all 29000 gram panchayats by 2018 So far we have completed the process in 14000 gram panchayats The total budget required is Rs 4000 crore The state has provided Rs 1200 crore and Centre Rs 2800 crore” he said Under digital literacy 44 lakh villagers will be imparted training; 187 lakh villagers have registered for it with 85000 provided training and issued certificates Besides to streamline the administrative process the government has included 399 services online Now people from anywhere in Maharashtra can avail the services On the advantages of digitisation Fadnavis cited the examples of the Crime and Criminal Tracking Network Systems and sanctioning of 47 cyber security labs “In the past out of 100 cases only nine would be detected Today we have taken it to 52 per cent…” he said For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Bharat Sundaresan | Updated: June 23 2017 9:33 am A thunderstorm had left the practice wickets in a mess and teams had to train on the centre-wickets (Source: AP) Related News India will try to move on from the Kumble episode during series against West Indies but weather could come in the way of cricket “AAO AAO pata hai kyun aaye ho Aur bhi aayenge I’m sure” It’s the first reaction you get from one of the more senior members of the Indian team as soon he spots the paltry media presence at the Queen’s Park Oval Earlier in the day Virat Kohli has fired subtle yet pointed shots at Anil Kumble’s public statement This is India’s first practice session without Kumble at the helm in over a year But the sheepish quip from the player reveals the weariness about a potential backlash following the now public rift between the captain and the former coach Not like it had anything to do with India’s rather hampered nets session on the eve of the opening ODI which will be held here on Friday The culprit for that were the rather ordinary facilities at the Queen’s Park Oval Trinidad was at the receiving end of a dreadful thundershower on Tuesday courtesy Hurricane Bret with many houses having their roofs blown off and flooding reported in many areas around the island Fortunately not a single life was lost It washed away a practice match between West Indies and the Trinidad & Tobago national team which was anyway under threat since it had been organised at a non-international venue with dicey floodlights So the hosts’ preparation was further hampered as they look to regain confidence against the Champions Trophy finalists after having recently struggled to draw a series against Afghanistan But Port of Spain and the Queen’s Park Oval hardly felt the real wrath of Bret with the impact felt more in the southern and eastern regions of Trinidad Yes there was a heavy downpour around the Savannah which is next to the Oval but nothing so drastic that the stadium couldn’t recover from Less than a year ago the Indian team had spent nearly four days twiddling their thumbs while the fourth Test was washed out despite some days hardly witnessing any rain Yet as the Indians arrived at around 1130 am the practice area behind the Joey Carew Members Pavilion was in shambles It meant the two teams — the Windies had come earlier — had to stick to centre-wicket practice Here too the nets provided to the Indians were substandard They didn’t even stretch past the halfway mark of the pitch and it meant the Indian players on the sidelines were often in harm’s way with balls constantly flying past them The pitches too seemed rather underdone with the fast bowlers limited to only a handful of deliveries It resulted in the batsmen spending most of their time facing throwdowns The pitch for the spinners’ net meanwhile was a dustbowl with balls even from the local net spinners turning square and bouncing viciously This would have been great preparation for the Indians if they were indeed in line to face Muttiah Muralitharan and Shane Warne in tandem the following day The match-wicket itself seemed rather bare even if the local curator insisted it on being lively Kohli was among the first players to walk out followed closely by Ravindra Jadeja and Rishabh Pant The three then ran laps around the ground before Kohli Sanjay Bangar – the senior-most among the coaching staff in Kumble’s absence – and Dhoni indulged in long chats With Kumble not there Bangar and Raghu had to make do with the throwdown responsibilities Focus on Pant The first 15 minutes or so once the Indians were warmed up and ready for nets were all about Pant It was as if he was being put through some initiation ritual with everyone from Dhoni to Kohli rolling their arms over while Pant faced them without any pads on But it soon turned out to be an exhibition of power-hitting which has brought Pant this far He sent a number of balls into orbit with a couple nearly landing in the Jeffrey Stollmeyer Stand which is located some 30 yards behind the boundary boards Dinesh Karthik was later spotted helping Pant don his unique baseball-inspired headgear but the Delhi stumper didn’t seem too comfortable donning it The outfield thankfully seemed to be in a better condition than what it was during the washed-out Test last year but there still remained a couple of damp spots which kept the Indian fielding drills to a minimum Fortunately the rain stayed away Forecasts suggest that there are rain and thundershowers in the offing on all three days over the weekend And the not-so-special drainage facilities here could well mean that the opening two matches of the five-match series are just one major shower away from being washed off completely There is a risk of there being no cricket at all played during the Trinidad leg of the tour and the Indians might be left twiddling their thumbs again in Port of Spain But at least based on the recent fallout and the public statements they’ll have a dressing room where tensions aren’t running too high LIVE ON SONY SIX TEN 3: 6:30PM For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related News Malaysian news website?
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