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Second, I don’t want to say too much as the game panned out as it did. ? — Kriti Sanon (@kritisanon) January 31 2016 Preity who last appeared in Saif Ali Khan-starrer “Happy Ending” in 2014 will be next seen opposite Sunny Deol in upcoming film “Bhaiyyaji Superhitt” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AFP | Beijing | Published: June 6 2017 7:51 pm The managerial sackings come halfway through the season and as China approaches their summer transfer window (Source: File) Top News High expectations in the big-spending Chinese Super League have triggered a spate of departures with six coaches shown the door in the space of just one month More than a third of teams in the 16-strong Super League have been affected in a season which has also been rocked by claims of racism and violence Jiangsu Suning who have slumped to 15th in the table after finishing second last year are the biggest club involved after Choi Yong-Soo departed last week Beijing Guoan Tianjin Teda Guizhou Zhicheng Chongqing Lifan and Changchun Yatai have also parted ways with their coaches in recent weeks It comes as the Super League enjoys unprecedented visibility broadcasting in Britain and other countries under a new TV deal and featuring several big stars including Oscar and Carlos Tevez Chinese teams smashed the Asian transfer record five times in 12 months after President XI Jinping signalled his desire to turn China into a football power Mark Dreyer founder of the China Sports Insider website said the managerial turmoil reflected the rising ambitions of Chinese clubs “In the English Premier League there’s always the managerial sack race — who’s going to get sacked first” Dreyer told AFP “This is just another global football trend that has come to China “The fact is that when you have clubs spending a lot of money the pressure is on for them to perform and inevitably in football it’s the managers that get the responsibility” The sudden influx of well-paid foreign players has also created teething problems this season with two of them Hulk and Ezequiel Lavezzi accused of racism Shanghai SIPG’s Hulk was investigated over an alleged racially motivated assault on a rival team’s coach a claim both he and his club deny Lavezzi also caused a storm when publicity photos emerged of him pulling back the corners of his eyelids in a ‘slant-eyed’ pose The managerial sackings come halfway through the season and as China approaches its summer transfer window meaning any new coach has an opportunity to hire players and start rebuilding his team However they may find their spending limited after China levied a 100 percent tax on transfer fees for loss-making clubs in a bid to reign in player purchases Seventh-placed Beijing Guoan showed Portuguese coach Jose Gonzalez the door after they lost to Chongqing Lifan on Friday their fifth defeat of the season “Right now the team is going through its most difficult period but we are confident that we can quickly get back on track” the club said announcing the dismissal Jia Xiuquan of Henan Jianye meanwhile quit to “assume responsibility” for his team’s poor ranking after 12 rounds Henan are 14th in the table just above second-to-last Jiangsu Suning — whose owners Suning Commerce Group also bankroll Italy’s Inter Milan South Korea’s Choi decided to “terminate his contract in advance” according to Jiangsu less than a year after he took the reins His departure was announced came last Thursday one day after Jiangsu’s AFC Champions League exit at the hands of Shanghai SIPG Choi who has gone back to his old team FC Seoul said foreign coaches were not entirely to blame for their Chinese teams’ failings “Chinese players’ understanding (of football) is relatively weak” despite the clubs’ high-quality facilities and coaching staff he said according to the South China Morning Post “If you use the same tactics Korean players will carry it out 85 percent of the time but Chinese players will only carry it out less than 60 percent of the time and that makes it hard for foreign coaches to display their ability” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBeijing: World No 1Rafael Nadal responded to a simmering debate about the amount of tennis the top stars play saying: "We are not 20 years old any more" The 31-year-old Spaniard reached the final of the China Open on Saturday seeing off Bulgaria’s Grigor Dimitrov in three sets Despite his advancing years Nadal is enjoying a stellar season following a catalogue of injuries in previous seasons winning five titles including the US Open and French Open Rafael Nadal hits a return shot against Grigor Dimitrov during the China Open semi-final AP But many of his rivals are suffering injury or fatigue as the season approaches its climax with Novak Djokovic Stan Wawrinka China Open defending champion Andy Murray and Japanese star Kei Nishikori all missing However the oldest of the lot Roger Federer is set to compete in Shanghai next week and Nadal refused to add his powerful voice to those demanding fewer tournaments "When I have been in that position (injured) I don’t remember the people talking that much about these things" Nadal said after defeating the 26-year-old Dimitrov in their semi-final "The problem now is there is a couple of players (injured) it’s a coincidence first thing "Second thing we cannot forget that we are not 20 years old any more "It is true that the calendar is tough but at the same time it is true that Federer has 36 years I think I have 31 Novak 30 Andy 30 Nishikori I don’t know 27 "It is normal that at some point these kind of players that are playing a lot of matches and a lot of years in a row at some point they have some problems" By: PTI | Kolkata | Published: October 16 2016 10:44 pm Zico urged the organisers to bring reputed FIFA referees on board which would help the standard of Indian referees ISL Top News Brazilian great and FC Goa head coach Zico lambasted the standard of refereeing in the Indian Super League football and said he’s ready to pack up and go home if his team was always subjected to wrong decisions “I am here to help Indian football development and not to earn money If they want me here I can be here to help but if they don’t I can pack my bags and leave” a furious Zico said after their 1-1 draw against Atletico de Kolkata Both the teams were down to 10 players and Zico’s main complain was against the red card shown to Sanjay Balmuchu when he was sent off after a second yellow “In the time we were the best in the game the referee expelled one from Kolkata and they tried to balance it by expelling one from us I don’t know what is going on but in the three years I am here all the crucial goals are against us “It seems you want to finish my team In the game against Pune it was like this Most crucial decisions are going against us” he said referring to their 1-2 loss to Pune City FC He urged the organisers to bring reputed FIFA referees on board like the foreign players which would help the standard of Indian referees “It’s better that you get FIFA referees Like you get good players to play you can also get good referees so that Indian referees can learn from them If they are from FIFA then there is something wrong in FIFA Atletico de Kolkata coach Jose Molina also said some decisions were harsh but he chose to play down the dubious refereeing decisions “I think the referee did not have a great night but well things happen We did not have a great match too We cannot complain about the referee He can have a bad day also” Molina said ATK went ahead in the sixth minute with Sameehg Doutie’s strike but their lead was cancelled by a spotkick from Joffre Gonzalez in the 76th minute The penalty decision seemed controversial and Molina said they were unlucky “I did not see from the bench I did not see on TV still Borja told me that it was unlucky He did not want to touch the ball and the ball touched the hand together with the body “It’s very difficult to ask at that moment we were playing really well defending well attacking with good situations and we had the game under control and victory in our hands We can do nothing about that only work” Molina however stayed positive and said his side would utilise the the five days’ break and try to bounce back in the match against Delhi Dynamos FC on October 22 “The bad thing is we did not win but the good thing is we did not lose We will try to improve there’s much still to play” he said For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: AP | Glasgow | Published: November 20 2016 4:01 pm Anti-doping leaders were challenged to produce more credible evidence of Russian cheating by a leading Olympic executive Top News Anti-doping leaders were challenged to produce more credible evidence of Russian cheating by a leading Olympic executive on Saturday Leaving a meeting of the World Anti-Doping Agency executive committee IOC representative Gian Franco Kasper dismissed the credibility of the report that detailed Russian state-sponsored doping Manipulation of samples at the 2014 Sochi Winter Games and cover-ups of positive tests across dozens of summer and winter Olympic sports was reported by WADA investigator Richard McLaren in July ahead of the Rio de Janeiro Games “I want to see the proof” Kasper who is also president of the skiing federation said in Glasgow “We cannot say it’s correct or not He has to bring proof with names” Former Russian anti-doping lab director Grigory Rodchenkov told McLaren that samples of Russian athletes were passed through a concealed hole in the wall during the middle of the night at the Sochi Games with the help of intelligence officers from the FSB the current version of the Soviet Union’s KGB “You know this hole in the wall in Sochi was Hollywood for me … they had a key for the door” Kasper said “The KGB are so stupid they have to drill a hole in the wall Come on” US Anti-Doping Agency chairman Edwin Moses the gold medal-winning and world record-setting hurdler from the 1970s and ’80s said it was “ridiculous” for Kasper to question the investigation “Wave after wave of retests show that there are Russian athletes (doping)” Moses said after attending the WADA meeting with Kasper “You can go back one or two Olympic Games and it just seems like wave after wave of Russians are showing up (as having doped) which really cuts through the credibility of the results of those Olympic Games and the redistribution of medals To me that’s a horrible situation” The latest batch of retests of samples from the 2008 Beijing Olympics saw the IOC announce on Thursday that four Russian athletes including three medalists tested positive for banned substances “The credibility of Olympic medals has diminished and that’s what the athletes are believing” Moses said “You have scores of athletes out there who should have won medals and now know they were right” That is why Moses like WADA wanted the entire Russian delegation banned from the Rio Games in August a move that provoked the ire of the International Olympic Committee The IOC rebuffed those calls instead allowing individual sports to rule on the eligibility of Russians Three months after the Rio Games the rifts remerged in public at an Olympic gathering this week in Qatar where the IOC questioned Craig Reedie’s WADA leadership demanding a neutral president Reedie is still set to be re-elected unchallenged for a second three-year term at the WADA Foundation Board meeting in his native Scotland “There is no point at the moment walking away from this situation when things need to get done and things get difficult” Reedie said on Saturday “There are people demanding improvements in process and I want to get that finished as well” A WADA Foundation Board meeting on Sunday will see a discussion of the WADA leadership’s push for enhanced whistleblowing mechanisms and bid to codify a sliding scale of sanctioning powers including fines or blanket bans on entire countries or sports for the type of widespread doping scheme it believes was run by the Russian state “WADA only tried it once with the Russians in Rio and the IOC said no it’s none of their business” Kasper said “It has to be a neutral institution and it shouldn’t be political … You cannot be the prosecutor and the judge yourself It’s the basic principle of justice” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsMumbai Indians after having made six changes registered a 9-run victory over Kolkata Knight Riders at the latter’s home venue Eden Gardens with the win assuring them the top spot in the table Krunal Pandya R Vinay Kumar Ambati Rayudu Mitchell Johnson Tim Southee and Saurabh Tiwary were all slotted in with Jasprit Harbhajan Singh Nitish Rana Parthiv Patel Mitchell McClenaghan and Lasith Malinga being rested But that had little impact in their performance as bench-warmers R Vinay Kumar (2/31) and the pair of Rayudu (63; 37b; 6×4 3×6) and Tiwary (52; 43b 9×4 0x6) did the job for the two-time IPL champions with the ball and bat respectively Hardik Pandya (2/22) was the best bowler though for the away side Mumbai Indians celebrates win against Kolkata Knight Riders at the Eden Gardens SportzPics The defeat saw the men in purple lose hopes of finishing second as now they will either end third or fourth and take part in the Eliminator on 17 May KKR could manage 164/8 in 20 overs with Trent Boult (5) and Umesh Yadav (4) at the crease Chasing 174 for victory none of the home team batsmen could get going with Narine (0) Gautam Gambhir (21; 16b; 3×4 1×6) Robin Uthappa (2) and Chris Lynn (26; 14b; 3×4 2×6) departing for 53 on the board Manish Pandey (33; 33b; 2×4) and Colin de Grandhomme (29; 16b; 4×4 1×6) tried hard to get their team over the line but even after what seemed to be a wrong umpiring decision when Johnson got the outside edge of Pandey in the 14th over and a drop catch by substitute J Suchith at deep midwicket Pandey fell short with Pandya taking his wicket The duo stitched together a 41-run stand for the sixth wicket Gambhir and Lynn joined hands for the second wicket to engineer a 41-run partnership before Mitchell Johnson (1/30) got rid of the skipper Vinay got the wicket of Lynn while Narine and Uthappa fell to Tim Southee (2/39) and Karn Sharma (1/26) respectively Earlier Rayudu who had played only once before this game against Rising Pune Supergiant where he was stretchered out with a groin injury starred for the visitors Tiwary playing his first game of the season stitched together a 61-run stand with Rayudu for the third wicket before being involved in another 57-run association with skipper Rohit Sharma (27 of 21 balls) Brothers Hardik (not out 1) and Krunal Pandya (not out 0) were at the crease at the end of the innings Boult in his first spell returned splendid figures of 2-0-8-1 picking the prized wicket of Lendl Simmons who went back to the hut for a golden duck The New Zealand pacer was pick of the bowlers returning figures of 2/30 Ankit Rajpoot bowled well too conceding just 14 runs in his three overs and also taking one wicket Boult playing his fifth match this season made the most of the 22-yard Eden strip which looked to have some bite for the quicks after the rain With Rohit Sharma at the crease and his enviable record at the venue in mind Gambhir threw the ball to Sunil Narine in the fourth over Narine has conceded just 77 runs in 71 balls to Rohit also dismissing the India limited overs opener once in three innings at the Eden After six overs the visitors were 51/1 Just when Rohit looked good for another big innings at his favourite ground Rajpoot put a spanner in the works with a cutter which the skipper tried to glance past short third man but was LBW Rayudu made the most of a reprieve in the 12th over when a Narine delivery spun back sharply to take a thin edge off the bat only for wicketkeeper Robin Uthappa to drop the catch The pair guided Mumbai to 100 runs in 131 overs before Tiwary was run out With Kieron Pollard at the crease it was not such a big blow for Mumbai who had to up the ante Rayudu smacked Kuldeep Yadav for a four and six before the chinaman bowler floated the ball wide to force the batsman playing after 37 days to come out of his crease and reach for the ball handing Uthappa an easy stumping Pollard (13) could not do much damage toe-ending a Boult delivery for Yusuf Pathan to catch at cover So in spite of running a good campaign @KKRiders have to play the 3rd/4th eliminator @mipaltan confirm a home qualifier — Harsha Bhogle (@bhogleharsha) May 13 2017 Mumbai’s gamble with experimental team clicks But poor batting by Kolkata Anxiety showing in big risk strokes & costs place in top 2 — Cricketwallah (@cricketwallah) May 13 2017 Mumbai Indians become the first team to win 100 T20 games#KKRvMI — Sarang Bhalerao (@bhaleraosarang) May 13 2017 With inputs from IANS Written by Express News Service | Shimla | Published: April 6 2012 1:30 am Related News Under constant criticism allowing large-scale private universities in the stateChief Minister Prem Kumar Dhumal on Thursday said the government has decided to allow only 20 private universities to function in the state The government has so faralready sanctioned 13 such universitiesof which 11 are functional Dhumal also said that only four districts BilaspurChambaKullu and Mandi will be preferred for the new universities as the state has already reached a saturation point The chief ministerhoweverdefended the opening of two new universitiesfor which the state assembly voted two new bills on Thursday Citing the case of ICFAIwhich closed down in a short period due to lack of studentstwo opposition members Harshvardhan Chauhan and Sukhwinder Sukhu raised questions on the viability of the new universities Sukhuhowever hailed the government move to strengthen the Himachal Pradesh Regulatory Commission to oversee the functioning of private universities but suggested the formulation of an exit clause in the Universities Act to allow unviable universities to close shop by paying a fixed penalty and vesting their assets with the government On the other handHarshvardhan Chauhan said things have already reached a saturation point and no more private university should be sanctioned by the government He drew the governments attention towards the alleged sale of PhD degrees by a private university – Manav Bharti University and also admissions granted to matriculate students by another university The chief ministerwho intervenedsaid the government was equally concerned about maintaining the standard of education and had introduced a series of measures which included the strengthening of the regulatory body that has been given sweeping powers Dhumal said some of the private universities like Shoolni University at Solan and the University of Emerging Sciences and Technology at Baddi have been rated highly by monitoring agencies like the UGC He added that action would be taken against those universities that had admitted 10 th standard students or sold degrees EarlierEducation Minister I D Dhiman defended the governments decision on new private universities by claiming that the universities ensured that the states students got higher education at their doorsteps For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsMumbai | Updated: January 10 2014 3:09 am The HC was hearing a PIL seeking a stay on the poll and ban on entry of students from political parties Related News The University of Mumbai (MU) informed the Bombay High Court Thursday that it has always provided security at the time of student council election and assured that it will continue to do so The court has given its nod to the University for holding the election on January 15 A Public Interest Litigation (PIL) was placed before the bench of Justices S J Vazifdar and Gautam Patel seeking a stay on the election and directing the University to ban entry of students from political parties to the University campus till the last day of election The petition states that there is interference of political parties on the current electoral process for choosing the president and secretary The court however said not allowing entry to a genuine student belonging to a political party was not feasible “Suppose there is a genuine student belonging to party you cannot stop him” said Justice Patel Appearing for the petitioner Manoj Tekade president of the student organisation PRAHAR advocate Samta Kakade told the court that a woman University representative Bhagyashree Sawant from city’s Maharashi Dayanand College received threat calls from political parties “If the person concerned has any grievance of the alleged nature they’re always at liberty to file a complaint giving details to University authorities including the Director of Students’ Welfare” said Justice Vazifdar MU’s counsel Rui Rodrigues assured the court that as far as providing security for candidates was concerned the University had been doing so and would continue to do so “As per the University rules every candidate at the time of scrutiny is allowed to have her or his authorised representative present at the venue” said Rodrigues The court was of the view that if there was any untoward incident there were remedies available for the aggrieved party The bench while posting the matter on January 16 said the court can always take suo motu action mumbainewsline@expressindiacom For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | Kolkata | Published: November 9 2016 11:38 pm Mohun Bagan’s arch rivals East Bengal have a national licence (Source: Reuters) Top News City giants Mohun Bagan have failed to secure an AFC licence because Coach Sanjoy Sen does not have a pro-licence certificate and the Cooperage Stadium is not at par with the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) requirements I-League CEO Sunando Dhar said on Wednesday Barring Bengaluru FC who finished runners-up in the AFC Cup losing only by a solitary goal to Iraq’s Air Force Club in Doha last week none of the I-League clubs could fulfill all mandatory Grade A criteria of the Indian club licensing regulations 2016-17 “A few failed on the infrastructure and stadium counts while some did not have pro licence coaches like Mohun Bagan Not only that Mohun Bagan showed Cooperage Stadium as the venue for AFC Cup matches which was not sufficient Mumbai FC also failed on that count” Dhar told IANS over phone Bagan’s arch rivals East Bengal — who have a national licence — also had no option but to show Cooperage as their home ground for their AFC Cup matches as both the Salt Lake Stadium in Kolkata and Indira Gandhi Athletic Stadium in Guwahati are undergoing renovation for next year’s U-17 World Cup Kalyani and Barasat stadiums fail to fulfill the AFC’s strict ground criteria But as it stands now even Cooperage which has been refurbished recently also is not good enough for AFC “They won’t be having any problem in playing the AFC Cup matches But if they win the I-League and qualify for the AFC Champions League they will need a pro licence coach” Dhar added Teams like Mumbai FC and Shillong Lajong have pro licensed coaches in Santosh Kashyap and Thangboi Singto respectively but have failed to either show stadiums matching the AFC requirements or have not ticked in the infrastructure box Besides these clubs Sporting Clube de Goa and DSK Shivajians Pune were also given national licences For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Apurva | New Delhi | Updated: January 2 2016 4:29 am A volunteer holds roses to be given to violators on the first day of the odd-even experiment Friday Not many roses were distributed though (Source: AP) Related News The new year began with a day for the odd And an odd day as well The usually unruly Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) buses stuck to a lane on the left small bands of school children lined the roads with placards civil defence volunteers stood at traffic junctions with flowers There were visibly fewer cars on the road and for 12 hours most of their licence plates ended with a 1 3 5 7 or a 9 READ:Made a difference to air quality Too early to tell but first hopefulsigns Day One of the Delhi government’s environment intervention of the odd-even road-rationing policy kicked in at 8 am and two hours later the beaming face of Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said it all “Delhi has done it Reports so far v encouraging Delhiites U give me hope that U are capable of achieving big challenges” he tweeted ALSO READ: Highlights of first day:We thank Delhi people for making Odd-even rule a success says Kejriwal A few hours later Kejriwal took to Twitter again this time with the opening lines of John Lennon’s Imagine: “You may say I’m a dreamer But I’m not the only 1 I hope some day you’ll join us And the world will be as one” The start may have been lyrical but the Chief Minister knows that the true test will happen on Monday Friday was January 1 a restricted government holiday and typically unhurried It is expected to stay that way on the first even day on Saturday while Sundays are exempted from the policy Motorists at the ITO (New Delhi) undergo a Delhi government Odd-eventrail run earlyTthursday morning during which the traffic policemen and Civil defense members managed the traffic and held out posters narrating about the traffic arrangements to be starting this new year (Source: Express Photo by Tashi Tobgyal) Come January 4 a Monday and the force of the combined bureaucracy of the Union and Delhi governments harried (and often late) office commuters and the backbone that carries Delhi’s thriving economy – services – will bear down on the capital’s roads buses and metro To know who are all exempt from the rule watch this video But Monday morning blues could wait today at least as Delhi stood up to be counted odd by odd As The Indian Express found during a 278-km journey on car by public transport and foot covering six points where air pollution is monitored With few police pickets little threat of penalty and an appeal to one’s conscience Delhi had begun the fight against air pollution Timewise snapshots: 8:30 am Karol Bagh: In an odd-numbered car It takes just a few minutes to find a parking spot in what is arguably Delhi’s largest automobile spare parts market In itself this is perhaps a testament to the road-rationing policy Ganesh Jha who has serviced a municipal corporation parking lot here since 1995 gestures to both sides of the road “You came and found parking On any other day you would have circled this area for an hour at least and finally paid Rs 100 to a tout to park your car” he says What do people think about the Odd-Even formula Watch this video As he speaks another odd-numbered car drives into the parking lot The driver a shopkeeper who knows Jha well smiles steps out and asks “How is this funny number system going” “Look I do not have to take your keys to park Put the car where you like” Jha says Jha has few complaints but wants more policemen on duty “I was told not to let even-numbered cars enter I did and one of them threatened me I cannot do this alone It’s not worth my life” he says 10 am Shadipur: In an odd-numbered car At a traffic light six civil defence volunteers wait patiently for the lights to turn red As soon as it does a lanky volunteer barely out of his teens walks across the stop line He is looking for violators and finds a Skoda right in front The volunteer walks to the front and stares at the driver He pulls out a mobile phone snaps off a shot and points an accusatory finger The driver steps out to argue but turns to find that the volunteer had been joined by at least six others Three are bigger than him He jumps the red light makes a quick U-turn and zooms away 12:30 pm: Aboard the Green Line Metro towards Kirti Nagar It’s more choked than usual is the refrain on this train Vishal a marketing executive is on his first Metro ride “I am an executive for a pharma company and need to travel more than 100 km a day across the city to see different doctors I just graduated from a motorcycle to a car and this has happened” he says But you can’t sense any anger His daughter Divya turns three this year “She has some breathing issues the doctor says She coughs at night and catches a cold often That’s why I bought a car And now I am told it’s cars that cause this” he says 2 pm: On a cycle rickshaw towards the Institute of Human Behaviour and Allied Sciences (IHBAS) From the Jhilmil Metro station it’s a nightmare crossing the road The station is on the Grand Trunk Road and vehicles of all sizes and sources of power barrel unchecked towards the highway Ajit Singh is unfazed as he weaves across the traffic junction “Today I only have to deal with buses and autos Usually there are hundreds of cars on this road at this time and they have no respect for anybody The bus drivers are government servants they cannot kill you and the autos are too small I have heard that cars are banned today It’s a good thing means more business for me I want to move to an e-rickshaw now My bones are old and I cannot keep cycling anymore” Singh says 4 pm: On foot in Anand Vihar This is the most polluted hotspot in Delhi For most of this month it has stayed in the severe category on the Air Quality Index (AQI) and particulate matter levels here regularly shoot to 500 g/m3 – the highest measurable It also houses an inter state bus terminus and at any given time houses dozens of DTC buses As an air-conditioned DTC bus pulls into the station a family of three ask to be let in The driver refuses and a fight ensues that ends with the mother slapping the driver The driver refuses to identify himself but says “I have been on the road for almost 10 hours now and have to stay in the bus lane from which I cannot stray but into which anybody else can drive And this woman refused to understand I am parking the bus Thank God for this strange odd-even whatever At least half the cars are off the roads” 6 pm: At the Kirti Nagar Metro station The crowds are unprecedented again according to the regular line users A group of boys hog the space in front of the sliding doors They hop out at each station and jump back in at the last moment “It’s because of this Kejriwal No cars on the road so they are using the metro” says one “Who knows Who will leave an AC car to come on this metro” chimes another Says a third “It’s easy to spot first-time riders They cling to their wallets looking around as if everything is strange and sit in the ladies compartment and get thrown out” For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related Newsthat a military coup is no longer the answer.aimed at sending 40 BCM of water annually from the Yangtze and the Yellow Rivers to the arid 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