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There will be an Officer Connect App empowering PMC staff to track and service grievances better, It is a dark, However, he raised $400, however, He must score 16 more than his German rival on Sunday to prevent the title battle continuing to Mexico City’s Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez on the following weekend. download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | Kolkata | Published: November 26, The college does not even sponsor students who get selected for state or national level events, said a fourth year mechanical engineering student There are about 1000 students in the instituteout of whichabout 100 are residing in the hostels The students demanded that hostel provisions should also be increased as a portion of the rooms are allotted to NCC studentswho are not a part of the college Students also added that internet facilities in the college as well as hostel have become very poor in the past year There are many solar panels bought by the administration for heating water in the hostelbut have not been installed yet, the only bright spot was the Yasir Shah’s five-fer which stopped Sri Lanka from reaching the 500 run mark.while encouraging tax evasion? Higher taxes on luxury goodsa surcharge on corporate income tax and dividend distribution may raise tax revenue in 2013-14but it is unlikely to facilitate a good tax policy for the country in the long run That can only come with a simpler tax codefewer exemptionsincreased compliance through a GST and lower taxes discouraging evasion The increase in non-tax revenue based on spectrum sale and disinvestment may be able to finance the budgeted expenditure next year while keeping the fiscal deficit downbut it will not lay the ground for sustainable fiscal consolidation The tight-rope walk of a finance minister trying to marry Congress ideology with the need for growth and investment in the economy cannot be a long-term strategy The writerprofessor at the National Institute of Public Finance and PolicyDelhiis consulting editor for The Indian Express [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Shivani Naik | Updated: July 29 2017 4:15 pm Trained by Gopichand Mohammed Siyadath Ullah Siddiqui has played a key role to mould each of India’s top shuttler including Saina Nehwal and PV Sindhu Related News It had been a phone call with specific instructions — down to the very last detail This was national coach Pullela Gopichand in Hyderabad connecting to junior coach Mohammed Siyadath Ullah Siddiqui who was in Male It was on the day PV Sindhu 15 then — under Siyadath’s watch — had beaten a certain Carolina Marin 17 then at the Maldives International Challenge Now Sindhu was facing PC Thulasi another of Siyadath and Gopichand’s gritty students in the final The instruction ran thus: Sit in the first row with feet stretched out crossed at ankles Take a pen along puff it like a cigar and experience contentment like the legend International badminton’s most envied scene for years had been Chinese head coach Li Yongbo sitting in Row 1 feet up on the railings left ankle on right holding a cigar and chilling like a smug villain while two Chinese fought in the finals With India doing a China Gopi wanted Siyadath to do a Yongbo This would be the first-ever all-India final of Siyadath’s coaching career and also Sindhu’s first-ever international title In the days to come he would on the sidelines sit in for Gopichand when Kidambi Srikanth won his first Super Series in China Not quite in the ‘feet up’ pose he would walk up to Srikanth in the break and give pinpoint instructions — don’t smash hard in opening game go for body smash at 20-19 don’t smash from baseline in the second increase hand-speed when in doubt It wasn’t the first time a top Indian shuttler had blindly trusted Siyadath’s tactics and gone on to win the title Trained by Gopichand in every aspect of coaching — from managing players’ moods to analysing Lin Dan’s game — the 33-year-old has played a key role to mould each of India’s top shuttler Srikanth acknowledges Siyadath’s contribution to the rise of several India stars “He travelled a lot with our batch for tournaments and also trained us at the academy So he knows how we play better than anyone Over a period of time he improved his skills so much that he was the coach when I won my first junior state and also my first Super Series He improved parallel with me It could be multi shuttle in training or in a big international tournament because he knows exactly how I am feeling that particular day” says Srikanth of the man who for the last 8 years has nursed players’ confidence and propped up their belief He recalls the exact moment the bond was struck: “During my juniors days in one early round of a tournament I was trailing against an unseeded player Normally any coach would’ve scolded me but Siyadath told me to enjoy the first game He said it’s ok even if I lose That day I was actually playing badly and lost the 1st game easily but just his belief helped me win the 2nd and 3rd very comfortably” HS Prannoy meanwhile recalls the times when Siyadath would fetch up to patch his game and confidence back together after one of the many injury breaks Every top player has seen their belief nurtured by the cool-headed coach With Sindhu he can sense her drooping shoulders if matches get tight and Siyadath is known to summon the exact key-words that can turn things around for India’s Olympic silver medallist He once reminded her of a stiff 6-7 hour long training session telling her the match was nothing compared to how she’d lasted that insane rigour “He reads games well and just knows us inside out it’s the comfort level” Prannoy explains Having travelled with everyone from Saina Nehwal to Kashyap to Sameer Verma and Sai Praneeth Siyadath chuckles he wasn’t surprised when his low key wedding had a high star value “My wedding date was decided keeping in mind my players’ tournament schedules And they all came” he says So why hasn’t the man who has overseen the phenomenal rise of India’s golden generation of shuttlers — that has won two Olympics medals and several world titles — never considered for Dronacharya award Gopichand’s second hasn’t got his due and it’s unlikely that Siyadath’s big moment of recognition is round the corner What might automatically rule the coach out of contention this year will be the fact that it is his mentor Gopichand who heads the Dronacharya Award selection committee Badminton Association of India secretary Anup Narang while asking for time to confirm / deny the shuttle body’s recommendations says various criterion have to be considered “Look there are two points Whether he has nurtured players or whether his inputs have directly affected a performance and turned a player into champion It shouldn’t be that he has just assisted someone so we send his name We’ll have to take a look at his performances There are various aspects to a Dronacharya — a person’s knowledge as a player as well as his ability as coach” he explains Siyadath though not carrying the heft of an international expert or specialist or strategist is widely acknowledged as the players’ go-to man It’s been hard road but the love of the shuttle sport saw him stick around despite the injuries he suffered as a player Siyadath joined Railways as 19-year-old but he didn’t see the sport as just a means to landing a job Injuries were ending his career but Gopichand sensed the enthusiasm of the youngster from Mahbubnagar district to be on court even as the 9-to-3 office hours started grating on his nerves The son of a watch repair businessman wondered if he ought to get his NIS diploma but was persuaded into learning on the job “Gopi said usse zyada main tumhe sikha doonga and I didn’t need telling twice” he recalls With time Gopi’s wisdom would rub on to his assistant His transition from a helping hand to think tank member was unusual This one time when Siyadath doubled as transport in-charge for an Asian Championship he got an important coaching responsibility “I had the bus schedules in my hand and I could see Srikanth was due to play next Gopi called me in and said ‘get ready to sit for the match Srikanth trusts you’ And just like that I was doing what I like best” he recalls His knowledge has gotten more nuanced and his coaching skills more layered — and he’s is immunized to pressure when on the sidelines of big matches “First lesson was — I can’t look panicked I need to be confident when explaining Also I never get bored on court Gopi says if a coach looks 100 percent energetic at 5 am then kids will follow” The Dronacharya is reserved for high-profile names but given shuttlers’ success over the last two Olympics and the sheer work-rate of this man — Siyadath will be an inspired choice That’s if the committee genuinely wants to peek behind the curtain and look for the busybee inside the backroom of badminton For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Eastbourne | Published: July 1 2017 11:00 pm Novak Djokovic celebrates with trophy after defeating Gael Monfils (Source: Reuters) Top News Novak Djokovic looked to have regained his confidence and form just in time for another concerted Wimbledon assault as he carved out an emphatic win over Gael Monfils in the Aegon International grasscourt final at Eastbourne on Saturday Djokovic once again wrapped up a 6-3 6-4 victory over the Frenchman he consistently gets the better of lifting the title in his first visit to Devonshire Park without dropping a single set The Serb then confirmed on court that his friend former Croatian player Mario Ancic would be a new part of his coaching team along with Andre Agassi at Wimbledon next week “It was my first time at Eastbourne and I hope I can see you guys in the years to come” Djokovic told the crowd “This is the best possible preparation for next week so hopefully I can go on from here” The ever-popular Monfils could only congratulate his conqueror and note ruefully: “Well done Novak We played for the 14th time and it’s 14-0 Well done again” It was only Djokovic’s second title of a difficult year in which he has struggled for form faced injuries and split with his long-standing coaching team However on Saturday just as throughout the week at a tournament whose organisers were delighted to offer him a wild card to compete the 30-year-old seemed rejuvenated by the bracing English seaside air Monfils put up a decent challenge but Djokovic controlled affairs breaking in the opening game and also to close out the first set before again striking at the end of a closely-contested second to seal victory in 76 minutes Djokovic who lifted his 68th career title and his first grasscourt title outside Wimbledon now heads for the grand slam in good heart as he seeks a fourth title there where he will enjoy having 33-year-old Ancic in his coaching corner “Mario’s my very good friend” said Djokovic “Once he was number seven in the world and he beat (Roger) Federer at Wimbledon He was very talented but was very unfortunate with injuries and illnesses that ended his career early “But we always stayed in touch and he’s one of the closest friends I ever had on the tour He took a different direction in life in the finiancial business but I’ve dragged him back over to the sport “Now I’m really glad to spend time with him and Agassi as well in London” At Wimbledon Djokovic will seek to become the first player to win an ATP World Tour title and a grand slam in consecutive weeks since Patrick Rafter won Long Island and the US Open in 1998 For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top News

An infuriated Amarinder accused the chief minister of trying to humiliate him by sending teams from the Punjab State Power Corporation Limited to inspect the palace. 2017, We do get awesome support via emails but we rarely get to see it on the ground, the coach explains Despite ONGC’s disappointing show last time aroundthere are some memories from then that Bisht and Pinho remember fondly Especially beating my former team East Bengal with a young outfit like ONGC was indeed special? We picked up well later on beating East Bengal and Mohun Bagan but it was a little too late, says Pinho Bisht believes his team had faced similar problems two years ago with relation to signing players like they did this time around We didn’t have the right blend of experience and youth The schedule is such that Division II finishes a tad too lateby which time most of the players are already settled into their new teams So we had to make do with whoever comes our way?Sujata? step. “Kudos to all the professionals who are doing all kinds of cinema… I don’t think cinema needs to be localised. Referring to the Aam Aadmi Party’s (AAP) win on four Lok Sabha seats in Punjab in the 2014 polls.