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Amrutbhai68who is second to Somabhailives in Ahmedabads Ranip areaat the address officially listed as Narendra Modis in the electoral rolls Amrutbhai retired as a worker in Anil Starch Mill in Ahmedabads Naroda area four years ago Modi is the third of the siblingselder to Prahlad and Pankaj The five brothers have a sisterBasantiben (55)who teaches in a government school in Visnagarabout 12 km from Vadnagar For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsPublished: August 2 2012 6:26 am Top News Rising Stars recorded a 1-0 win against Phoenix Sports Club in a Division III match of the Mumbai District Football Association (MDFA) League at the St Xaviers groundParel on Wednesday Mikhail Tandel did the star turn by scoring lone goal for the winners Meanwhile in other actionDatta Krida Mandal overcame Tarun Mitra Mandal 3-2 in a close encounter and Oscar Foundation put it across Ruffians SC 2-1 in another evenly contested match to earn all three points Theophil AlmeidaBernard Rosario and Faizaz Thakur scored the goals for Datta Krida while Shubham Lagad netted a brace in vain Indian Tigers ‘B’ though were held to a 1-1 draw by Aristocrat Oscar Foundation triumphed over Ruffians SC with a narrow 2-1 margin Chirah Baria and Santosh Pawar scored for Oscarwhile Athikho Kayina kept his team in the match with a goal Results: Div-III: Rising Star 1 (Mikhail Tandel) bt Phoenix Sports 0; Datta Krida Mandal 3 (Theophil AlmeidaBernard RosarioFaizaz Thakur) bt Tarun Mitra Mandal 2 (Shubam Lagad 2); Indian Tigers B 1 (Ritesh Kudal) drew with Aristocrat 1 (Jay Shah); Oscar Foundation 2 (Chirah BariaSantosh Pawar) bt Ruffians SC 1 (Athikho Kayina) John Connon win Prithvir JhaveriAmaan Jaikrishan and Aryan Trehan scored a goal each in The Cathedral & John Connon’s 3-0 thrashing of Swami Vivekanand from Borivali in a Mumbai Schools Sports Association (MSSA) boys’ under-16 Division II-D clash at the Castrol MSSA centre in Azad Maidan on Wednesday For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWhen Gustavo dos Santos burst onto the Indian Super League last year with a couple of stunning goals it was clear that his talent was special Two goals — one after rounding a couple of defenders before fooling the keeper and another where he suddenly cut to his left foot before unleashing a cracker in off the bar made him the superstar of Delhi Dynamos’ stuttering campaign At that time his build was slight and he had no facial hair He was a bundle of energy down the wings a master of dribbling and this was the perfect stage to showcase his abilities A year later at 21 he is almost six feet tall and sports a wispy mustache He’s clearly put on some muscle and his voice has broken through the barrier of youth Gustavo dos Santos Marmentini of Delhi Dynamos FC ISL One thing hasn’t changed though is his approach on the pitch: "I set the game on fire I am very chilled on the pitch hate losing and am always willing to score goals and give more than a hundred percent" Dos Santos told Firstpost in an exclusive interview in Delhi Dos Santos’ style comes with it’s drawbacks as well – while he oozes of creativity and tricks (his favourite being the ‘nutmeg’) his tactical discipline has come under fire This goes for any player who is so attack-minded Even the great Cristiano Ronaldo suffered from the same deficiency early in his career "I am trying my best inside and outside the field and nobody is perfect so I make mistakes as well But because I am young I am here to develop and Roberto Carlos is helping me a lot with all this because he was kind of the same as well" Dos Santos is calm measured and takes his time before every answer But he is candid as well describing his persona off the field as someone who gets ‘stressed out’ easily He’s also pretty straight forward when it comes to admitting that the fame and recognition he gets in India is a huge pull for him to return to play in the ISL — especially with so much top talent getting diluted in the quagmire of footballing talent in his home country of Brazil "I enjoy the attention in India and yes I get more attention here It’s bigger here for me — the affection people show towards me is amazing and obviously everyone enjoys hearing people scream your name Definitely this is one of the reasons I like playing in the ISL" He also doesn’t hold back describing the way he thinks when he’s taking on a defender — which seems natural but is in fact very calculated "I analyse my opponents before every match I find out which their stronger foot is and now probably even they know that I am better with my left foot But I’m developing my right foot as well so that I can trick them It’s horrible when the defender is winning the one-on-one battle in a game so I hate it when I get blocked out so I keep trying different things again and again till I beat him" he says So this is one smart guy — despite leaving home at the age of 11 to join Atletico Paranaense’s academy Dos Santos managed to study late nights and finish his formal schooling His favourite subject apart from the obvious Physical Education (PE) is history It’s just hard to see such an instinctive footballer have such a well-rounded personality The winger has seen fewer minutes this year because of the incredible competition in the side for a starting XI berth but whenever Dos Santos has come on the game sparks into life Carlos has mainly used him from the bench in a team which boasts the likes of former Chelsea forward Florent Malouda and Liverpool left back John Arne Riise But Dos Santos is still one of the few players retained by Delhi after the squad and staff overhaul since last season when the side finished fifth "It’s different this year in terms of motivation and the sheer quality of the squad I am not saying that last year was bad but this year is certainly an upgrade" he said Dos Santos ended with five goals and two assists last season He’s already opened his account this year with the solitary goal in Delhi’s precious 1-0 win against Atletico de Kolkata at the Salt Lake stadium On the pitch you can expect him to set games on fire more often What about off it "I’m hooked onto soap operas" So is that where he gets his ideas You’ll have to find out for yourself in the next episode of Dos Santos in the ISL The writer tweets @TheFalseNo9 We all know that Virat Kohli is good But is he the best While many may find the debate a little premature the legendary Kapil Dev feels there’s no point in beating around the bush any more India’s 1983 World Cup-winning captain in a column for Mid-Day on Wednesday placed Kohli one step ahead of all-time greats such as Viv Richards Ricky Ponting Brian Lara and yes you guessed it Sachin Tendulkar Admitting that he is in awe of the “phenomenon called Kohli” Kapil said India’s Test captain has grown into a “performer whose benchmarks would be near impossible to match” Kapil Dev has placed Virat Kohli one step ahead of Sachin Tendulkar Solaris Images During the 37-ball 55 against Pakistan at a packed Eden Gardens on Wednesday Kohli showed that not only can he soak up pressure he thrives under it On a pitch where the ball was turning from Madison Square in New York to Maddox Square in Kolkata the 27-year-old settled India’s nerves and a batting line-up that was in danger of an implosion Under the lights of Eden against a very good bowling attack he calmly steered India home and resurrected the hosts’ World T20 campaign What’s more where rest of his peers from both sides were struggling on a devilish pitch Kohli seemed be playing on a different strip hardly touched by the vagaries It convinced Kapil that he can transcend boundaries at will “The more I see of Virat the one step ahead of some of the greats like Richards Sachin Tendulkar Brian Lara Ricky Ponting Let there be a debate but I am clear in my opinion that Virat despite achievers like Joe Root and Kane Williamson is the best in business in contemporary cricket in all three formats of the game He will grow into the best of all time because of his awesome potential to adapt without fuss” the former India captain wrote in Mid-Day Kapil who had always led by example as a leader felt Kohli’s ability to remain unflustered under pressure comes from the confidence he builds in the dressing room And in situations where even the best of them wilt under the burden of expectations Kohli manages to hold his nerve Consequently he is rarely hustled into a false first-ball stroke said Kapil One of the best all-rounders of his time and among the best ever Kapil should know a thing or two about batting and he felt Kohli’s ability to use the crease sets him apart from the rest of the pack “To me the outstanding feature of Virat’s batting is his use of the crease He is the lord of the crease and that gives him the freedom to always look for runs This quality transfers the pressure to the bowlers because he tends to defy the field with ridiculous ease” he wrote And not just Kapil Kohli’s meteoric rise to the top has not escaped the notice of the game’s former greats His innings against Pakistan last Saturday drew praise from all over the world “Virat is a special player He holds the team together You have top guys like Rohit (Sharma) Suresh (Raina) Yuvraj (Singh) but the way Virat has played over the last six seen years he is at another level” former India captain Sourav Ganguly was quoted as saying by IBNlive Former Pakistan captain Inzamam Ul-Haq a no mean batsman himself felt Pakistan need someone like Kohli to motivate the team which of late have made it a habit to lose against arch-rivals India “The current Pakistan team lacks motivation It needs someone like a Kohli who can lead them from front and motivate other players The talent the players are there in Pakistan but they need a big player like Kohli Like we had Wasim bhai (Akram) in our days” Inzamam said By: Express News Service | Pune | Published: September 24 2015 12:45 am Related News In order to address the issue of protein deficiency amongst Indians Poultry India (PI) has launched a program titled “Eat right Eat Healthy” Alluding to the Protein Consumption in the Diet of Adult Indians Survey Harish Garware executive committee member PI said that at least 91 per cent of the vegetarians and 85 per cent of the non-vegetarians are deficient in proteins “The epidemic of lifestyle diseases like obesity diabetes hypertension in urban India can be addressed if Indians increase their dietary protein intake” he said The campaign will include an eclectic choice of communication vehicles like road-shows open house discussion with parents teachers and school children in urban and semi-urban areas town-hall meets with village elders and guardians etc PI will also circulate printed material to retail outlets For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express AppWritten by Syed Badrul Ahsan | Published: October 5 2011 3:44 am Related News The move to try individuals accused of committing war crimes in the course of Bangladeshs war of liberation in 1971 has suddenly gatheredas it werea certain sense of urgency On Tuesdaythe International Crimes Tribunal set up earlier by the government formally indicted Delawar Hossain Sayedee on charges of abetting the Pakistan army in kidnappingraping and murdering Bengalis considered to be in favour of Bangladeshs independence from Pakistan in 1971 The action against Sayedee is the first instance of an individual suspected of war crimes being formally charged over his actions The move comes months after the formation of the tribunalwhose modalities of operation have often been questioned both abroad and at home The United States and Western countries in general have persistently called for the trials to be based on internationally accepted legal norms The Bangladesh authoritiesfor their parthave repeatedly sought to reassure sceptics that the war trials are being conducted in a transparentlegally proper manner Obviouslylawyers and families of the accused have sought to portray the projected trials as an attempt by the Bangladesh government to settle scores with its political rivals That last bit is not quite justifiedseeing that those accused of war crimes were indeed participants in large-scale atrocities perpetrated in Bangladesh by the Pakistan army and its local collaborators throughout the nine months of the countrys war of liberation in 1971 As to the question of why the trials are being proceeded with 40 years after Bangladesh became a free countrythe fact remains that the Collaborators Actwhich came into force in 1972 only months after the surrender of the Pakistan army to a joint India-Bangladesh military command in December 1971 was done away with by the military regime of General Ziaur Rahman in late 1975 Earlierin August of that yearBangladeshs founder Sheikh Mujibur Rahman and most of his family were assassinated by soldiers in what would be the first military coup in the new country The killings were followed by the murder of four prominent politiciansall leaders of Bangladeshs government-in-exile during the war and subsequently members of Sheikh Mujibur Rahmans cabinetin prison The 1975 coup turned out to be an opportunity for jailed collaborators of the Pakistan army for a fresh new beginning in politics The repeal of the Collaborators Act thus brought into Bangladeshs politics all those elements that had openly collaborated with the Pakistan army during the war The case against Sayedee may certainly be regarded as the first step toward bringing the ageing loyalists of the Pakistani military to account Another prominent rightwing politicianSalahuddin Quader Chowdhurynow under detention on charges of committing crimes against humanitycould soon be indicted Media reportsquoting investigators attached to the International Crimes Tribunalhave already let it be known that evidence of at least 32 criminal acts committed by him in 1971 have been unearthed Some other leadersespecially of the Jamaat-e-Islamiwhose leaders and workers actively helped the Pakistani authorities to organise such murder squads as al-Badr and al-Shams in 1971are also lined up for war crimes-related trials The difficulty for the Bangladesh government in seeing the trials throughthoughis two-fold On the one handit needs to keep its public pledge to bring them to a quick conclusion On the otherit must convince the international community that the trials are being conducted under standard international rulesand are therefore a cleantransparent process In recent weekshoweverthe governments decision not to let foreign lawyers willing to defend the accused into the country has led to muted questions That only increases the pressure on the authorities for the trials to be seen to have been a properlegal and moral exercise of the system of justice It may be noted that soon after the end of the war in December 1971the Bangladesh government went on record with its intention to put on trial Pakistani military officers and general soldiers on charges of war crimes The intention was never put into implementation modeas a tripartite deal reached by IndiaPakistan and Bangladesh in the early 1970s saw Pakistani military personnelthen in India as prisoners of wargo back to their country while tens of thousands of Bengalis trapped in Pakistan as a result of the war were repatriated to their new country Over the yearsmany of the local Bengali collaborators of the Pakistan army were systematically rehabilitated by successive military regimes and rightwing governments in Bangladesh Three of them Salahuddin Quader ChowdhuryMatiur Rahman NizamiAli Ahsan Mujaheed now in prisoneven rose to being ministers in Bangladeshs governments The writer is executive editor? 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there were 112 registered voters for every 100 eligible voters.exploited poor farmers? who shared screen space with Varun Dhawan in “Badlapur”, “It was constructed to cater to the Jewish community in town. said he felt free and connected here, and the many new IITs and IIMs, “Our bundle of joy has arrived! NEALE NOLAN UTHAPPA thank you for all the love and support! Khan said the other challenge for Pakistan was the fact that the US "keeps changing the goalposts". however, “Indian players can learn from him how to be so fit.
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