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In that case, when one of the rings had failed to display (Reuters) Flushed with pride after a spectacular showing at the costliest Olympics ever, Pyeongchang in South Korea. Fireworks and a countdown kicked off the closing ceremony in the Fisht Olympic Stadium packed with raucous spectators who chanted “Ro-ssi-ya Ro-ssi-ya” —”Russia Russia” — and were in a party mood In a charming touch the Sochi organizers used the ceremony to make a joke at their own expense Dancers in shimmering silver costumes formed themselves into four rings and a clump in the center of the stadium That was a wink to a technical glitch in the Feb 7 opening ceremony when one of the five Olympic rings in a wintry opening scene failed to open The rings were supposed to join together and erupt in fireworks This time it worked: As Russian President Vladimir Putin watched from the stands the dancers in the clump waited a few seconds and then formed a ring of their own making five drawing laughs from the crowd The closing ceremony a farewell from Russia with love pageantry and protocol started at 20:14 local time — a nod to the year that Putin seized upon to remake Russia’s image with the Olympics The nation’s $51 billion investment —topping even Beijing’s estimated $40 billion layout for the 2008 Summer Games — transformed a decaying resort town on the Black Sea into a household name But the Olympic show didn’t win over critics of Russia’s backsliding on democracy and human rights under Putin and its institutionalized intolerance of gays Goodbye the flame As dusk fell Sunday Russians and international visitors streamed into the stadium for the ceremony featuring the extinguishing of the Olympic flame Day and night the flame became a favorite backdrop for “Sochi selfies” Athletes were saying goodbye to rivals-turned-friends from far off places savoring their achievements or lamenting what might have been — and for some looking ahead to 2018 Winners of Russia’s 13 gold medals marched into the stadium carrying the country’s white blue and red flag which was raised alongside the Olympic flag Athletes streamed by their hundreds into the stadium dancing and taking photos of themselves With a 3-0 victory over Sweden in the men’s hockey final Sunday Canada claimed the last gold from the 98 medal events Absent were six competitors caught by what was the most extensive anti-doping program in Winter Olympic history with the IOC conducting a record 2631 tests — nearly 200 more than originally planned Russia’s athletes topped the Sochi medals table with a record 33 total It represented a stunning turnaround from the 2010 Vancouver Games There a meagre 3 golds and 15 total for Russia seemed proof of its gradual decline as a winter sports power since Soviet Union collapsed in 1991 Russia’s bag of Sochi gold was the biggest-ever haul by a non-Soviet team For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Shikha Sharma | New Delhi | Updated: June 18 2014 4:34 pm 50% quota for DU graduates in MA Eco other cry foul (Source: Express photo) Top News Setting the bar high for other colleges of Delhi University St Stephen’s on Monday announced the cut-offs for admission to eight undergraduate courses offered by the college The highest cut-off percentages are for economics and English — 9725 per cent for science students 98 for commerce students and 97 for humanities The cut-offs are the same for both courses in the general category While the economics cut-off has increased by 05 percentage points for both science and humanities students it has remained the same for commerce students Cut-offs for English have gone up too but the increase is most noticeable for humanities students where it has increased by 125 per cent from 9575 per cent to 98 per cent this year At 9725 per cent the cut-off for the four-year undergraduate programme in mathematics is three per cent higher than last year There has been an increase in cut-offs for all courses in the humanities stream except philosophy where the cut-off has increased by 05 for the science stream to 955 per cent It has been decreased by one per cent for both commerce and humanities students The cut-off percentage for all three streams for the Sanskrit programme is the same as last year at 65 per cent Cut-off percentage for studying maths have also risen to 97 9725 and 95 per cent respectively for science commerce and humanities The same was 97 965 and 945 per cent respectively last year “There has been a marginal increase in cut-offs but with an increasing number of students getting over 90 per cent this had to happen There isn’t much variation and that is a good sign” Karen Gabriel spokesperson of St Stephen’s College said Around 6400 students have applied to study economics at the college and around 6100 have applied for English The college has received 4000 applications for maths and 2400 applications each for chemistry and physics Only 69 students have applied for Sanskrit Applicants who meet the cut-offs will have to clear an interview and also write an essay about themselves This new feature will help the college know their candidates better Stephens has a separate application system from that of DU Students have to apply online and the number of applicants have gone up from 25000 last year to around 34500 this year For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top News| New Delhi | Published: July 11 2014 5:43 pm Things everyone feels while watching a Karan Johar movie Related News When someone mentions Karan Johar the things that come to mind are huge mansions impossibly cool schools and impossibly lucky love stories But we still love KJo and his movies and anyone who denies that is lying Here are 8 things everyone feels while watching a Karan Johar movie: Why is my boyfriend not as sensitive as SRK If she wears that to college what does she wear to parties! 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