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Bolt is seeking to secure a “triple-triple” in the 100 metres, What can we do if they supply contaminated water? 2014 1:44 pm Many of these transitions, Amit who came from the world of television made his acting debut in filmdom with “Phoonk 2”. who’s apparently drawing significant support there and giving Trump heartburn in a state that should be a lock for him. captain of the 2012 U-19 World Cup team once said,“The U-19 is a special feeling It is the most important moment of your junior career At that point you realize you have it in you to graduate to the next level However soon you realize that not everyone in your team is going to play for India That is an ambition we all have but a lot of factors have to align to make that happen While winning the U-19 was a special moment in my career it is in the last 2-3 years of my domestic and list A career that I have faced ups and downs and learned extremely valuable lessons The U-19 is a start there is a long journey ahead of that ” So while each of these boys will have a bat and ball in their hands and dreams in their eyes for a national call up it is important to make them realize the gap between international cricket and U-19 cricket is vast and the pressure on the biggest stage is of a different kind altogether As their coach Dravid says “The important thing is you have to go on from here score runs in first-class cricket score runs in List A games and then get the recognition from the selectors” These young men must dream and aspire to scale new peaks but it is also critical that we the fans the coaches the cricket experts and the media keep reminding these boys that for every Yuvraj Singh there was a Reetinder Singh Sodhi and for every Virat Kohli there is a Taruwar Kohli Written by Vinay Siwach | New Delhi | Updated: September 18 2016 5:32 pm Deepak Punia after winning his gold medal bout against Turkey in Tbilisi Top News Last month when Deepak Punia returned empty-handed from the junior world championships in France his father didn’t give him his favourite drink — cow’s milk An upset Punia promised his father that he will not return empty-handed from the cadet world championships that was to take place in Tbilisi in the second week of September “I wanted cow’s milk I love cow’s milk because it gives me the strength to wrestle I told my father that I won’t return empty handed and he has to give me the milk” Punia says So when Deepak returns to India on Monday he will have the milk he asked for as he is not returning empty handed The Haryana wrestler won gold medal in the 85kg category and became only the third cadet world champion from India after the tournament was restarted in 2011 The 17-year-old defeated wrestlers from Kyrgyzstan Georgia USA and Turkey to be ultimately crowned as the world champion It is the first time that an Indian has won a world title in the heavyweight category at this level “I just wanted to focus on the final bout When I won against USA in semis I knew I can do it” he says Punia and Jacob Warner of USA were tied 4-4 in the semi-final bout but the Indian prevailed on the basis of criteria and thus assured India a medal Punia son of a milkman has been bringing home medals since the age of seven “I used to sell milk but have stopped for last one year because my son went to Delhi to train and I needed to take care of my fields But I still make sure he gets the cow’s milk He has won a lot I don’t understand everything but he shows me the medal and I say sabash He has brought many this year” his father Subhash says At the junior world championships this year Punia lost in the pre-quarters and failed to win a medal but before that he had won gold in the junior Asian championships and silver at the cadet Asian championships the same year But the journey has not been easy After training at the village akhada for more than 10 years Punia realised he needed better facilities to win medals at world events Therefore he decided to moved out of the village akhada in 2015 to train at the renowned Chhatarsaal stadium in New Delhi under the guidance of Satpal Singh the coach of Sushil Kumar But he didn’t There was a problem “I always wanted to be a wrestler in the heavyweight category and for that I needed to follow a particular diet and drink a lot of milk The diet was not a problem but getting cow’s milk was a problem in Delhi as only buffalo milk was available Therefore I came back home” Punia says Before he boarded the flight to Tblisi Punia didn’t forget to call his father and remind him of the promise His father who instantly recalled the promise just said okay “I don’t understand what he has won His akhada coach called to tell me the news Once he returns and see that he has actually won something then I will give him the milk” says Punia’s father For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Chandigarh | Updated: October 7 2016 4:39 am The counsel of Jaypee Group informed the tribunal that they were yet to assess value of the machinery installed in the plant (Express Photo by Jasbir Malhi) Top News THE NATIONAL Green Tribunal (NGT) on Thursday adjourned the hearing in the ongoing Dadumajra garbage processing plant until October 28 after Jaypee Group sought time to file reply The counsel of Jaypee Group informed the tribunal that they were yet to assess value of the machinery installed in the plant Jaypee Group is demanding Rs 30 crore for machinery A committee formed by the corporation is assessing the value of machinery installed A meeting of the group and the committee evaluating the machinery is scheduled to be held on October 10 Following directions from the tribunal Chandigarh Municipal Corporation and Jaypee Group are trying to resolve the issue On July 11 the Jaypee Group had suspended operations of the plant After this back-to-back protests took place as the entire garbage was being dumped in the landfill site It was after the civic body moved the NGT that the latter in its orders to the Jaypee Group directed that they should open the plant on or before July 27 following which the company again started running the plant For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Melbourne | Published: January 16 2017 8:01 pm Roger Federer only pulled clear of his dogged opponent when the Austrian tired in the final set (Source: REUTERS) Top News Roger Federer made a winning return to competitive tennis after six months out of the game on Monday thrilling a packed Rod Laver Arena as he beat qualifier Juergen Melzer 7-5 3-6 6-2 6-2 to reach the Australian Open second round The Swiss had to battle hard throughout the match against his fellow 35-year-old and only pulled clear of his dogged opponent when the Austrian tired in the final set Even Federer could be forgiven a little rustiness after his prolonged absence due to a knee injury and he made 36 unforced errors in his two hours and six minutes on court There were though plenty of reminders of the brilliant shot-making that have helped Federer to 17 grand slam titles and his 46 to 26 advantage over Melzer in the winner count told the tale of what was ultimately a comfortable win The crowd cheered every one to the rafters and while that pleased Federer he was clearly just delighted to be back doing what he does best “I definitely see things a bit different when you’ve been gone for a long time or when you’ve come back from injury” he told reporters “It was great to be out there I really enjoyed myself even though it wasn’t so simple “Now being here feeling like I’m part of this tournament I wasn’t just in the draw I’m actually making strides It’s a good feeling” Although he hit 19 aces and increasingly relied on his serve to get out of trouble Federer was surprised at how long it took him to feel comfortable with that part of his game “There were definitely some nerves there” he added “I was feeling nervous once the match actually started “Think I struggled for a while to find that groove that rhythm and everything Then you remind yourself how many times has it not been easy in the first round” The secret to the improvement over the final two sets he thought had been relaxing a bit “I almost felt like I had to pace myself” he said “I didn’t want to overthink every play That was not the idea to come here and go mental about every point.

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